Journal of Intellectual Capital: Volume 1 Issue 2


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Intellectual capital: recognizing both assets and liabilities

Ian Caddy

Contends that the current treatment of intellectual capital possessed by organizations (either knowledge intensive or otherwise) has been somewhat superficial. For instance, the…


Navigating with new managerial tools

Fredrik Lövingsson, Stefano Dell’Orto, Peter Baladi

Ericsson Business Consulting has placed much effort in trying to find better ways to measure and manage the company’s intangible assets. Illuminates how the company has worked…


Intellectual capital literature review : Measurement, reporting and management

Richard Petty, James Guthrie

The rise of the “new economy”, one principally driven by information and knowledge, is attributed to the increased prominence of intellectual capital (IC) as a business and…


Organizational practices for generating human resources in non‐corporate research and technology organizations

N. Mrinalini, Pradosh Nath

In the present context an organization competes in terms of its knowledge intensity. In this article we are focusing on human resource development, sustenance and enhancement as a…


Intellectual capital: a Habermasian introduction

David O’Donnell, Philip O’Regan, Brian Coates

Intellectual capital creation is theorised in this conceptual paper as a dynamic process of collective knowing that is capable of being leveraged into market value. The tacit…

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