Table of contents - Special Issue: Intellectual capital and non‐profit organizations in the knowledge economy
Guest Editors: Eric Kong
Intellectual capital and non‐profit organizations in the knowledge economy: Editorial and introduction to special issueEric Kong
The purpose of this editorial is to introduce the background and rationale to the special issue, “Intellectual capital and non‐profit organizations in the knowledge economy”. It…
The starting‐point of this paper is the observation that, while intellectual capital (IC) management seems to be a potential approach for non‐profit elderly care organizations…
Interaction between structural capital and human capital in Italian NPOs: Leadership, organizational culture and human resource managementPaula Benevene, Michela Cortini
This explorative research aims at examining the relationship between human capital and structural capital in Italian NPOs, focusing on senior managers.
This paper aims to discuss the role of intangible assets in higher education and research institutions and to present a measurement framework, along with an illustrative…
Social enterprises are not purely commercial and philanthropic. They represent a hybrid form of organizations that involve taking business‐like, innovative approaches to deliver…
The purpose of this paper is to explain how intellectual capital (IC) is enacted and used in non‐profit symphony orchestras from an organisational behaviour perspective.
This study seeks to examine antecedents of perception of trust as a foundation for extra‐role behaviour in the public sector non‐profit organisations.
The purpose of this paper is to provide assistance to public organizations in the process of developing their ability to identify, measure and manage their intangible assets.
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Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Professor Merrill Warkentin