XSA

AcronymDefinition
XSAXML (Extensible Markup Language) Software Autoupdate
XSAXerox Standard Accounting
XSAXerox Secure Access
XSAXMM (X-Ray Multi-Mirror Observatory) Science Archive (astronomy)
XSAXpert Sports Agency (Australia)
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A generalized linear model (GLM) was used to examine the relationship between the dependent variables (IHRD, XS, and XSa) and FS, RTA, AGE, FW, ET and TEP owing to the non-normal distribution of the dependent variables.
We screen the data first to identify the variables that show relationship with the dependent variables of in-house R&D sales (IHRD); share of exports to ASEAN (XS); and share of exports to Northeast Asia (XSa).
The average ET, IHRD, FW, Fema, TEP, XS and XSa with standard deviation are 151.95 [+ or -] 475.43, 12.68 [+ or -] 10.54, 0.45 [+ or -] 0.348, 24.48 [+ or -] 24.86, 49.11 [+ or -] 21.64, 1.53 [+ or -] 0.76, 10.1 [+ or -] 22.9, and 12.50 [+ or -] 28.28 respectively (Table 6).
Also, the bivariate association between the tertiles of the share of exports to ASEAN (XS) and the share of exports to Northeast Asia (XSa) and RTAs is significant at 1 per cent, though these variables are not associated with firm size.
There is a significant difference in the mean share of exports to ASEAN (XS) and the share of exports to Northeast Asia (XSa) between the industries.
Higher RTAs are associated with increases in: the share of engineers and technicians (ET); the share of foreign workers (FW); in-house R&D (IHRD); training expenditure in payroll (TEP); the share of female workers (Fema); the share of exports to ASEAN (XS); and the share of exports to Northeast Asia (XSa).
Overall, the following variables show significant differences among firms that have used RTA instruments and those that did not use them: the share of foreign workers (FW); the share of female workers (Fema); the share of engineers and technicians (ET); training expenditure in payroll (TEP); and exports to ASEAN as a share of overall sales (XS) and exports to Northeast Asian countries as a share of overall sales (XSa).