Journal of Intellectual Capital: Volume 22 Issue 6


Table of contents - Special Issue: Enhancing policies and measurements of intellectual capital: Macro, meso or micro analysis

Guest Editors: Marina Dabic, Timothy Kiessling, Vanessa Ratten

Multilevel approaches to advancing the measurement of intellectual capital research field–What can we learn from the literature?

João J.M. Ferreira, Cristina Fernandes, Pedro Veiga

This study seeks to provide a broad ranging review that identifies, summarises and integrates the different multi-level approaches contributing to advances in research on…

How does government support promote firms' intellectual capital? An empirical analysis of micro-mechanisms

Zhongjuan Sun, Massimiliano Matteo Pellegrini, Cizhi Wang, Zhu Yu

In transitional economies, government support (GS) is considered to influence the development of the economy and industries and, consequentially, firms' intellectual capital (IC)…

Climbing up the regional intellectual capital tree: an EU entrepreneurial ecosystem analysis

Mihaela Mikic, Tin Horvatinovic, Ivana Kovac

This study responds to calls by researchers to examine the relation between innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystems more closely, and also to further broaden our understanding…

Does policy enhance collaborative-opportunistic behaviours? Looking into the intellectual capital dynamics of subsidized industry–university partnerships

Maribel Guerrero, Fernando Herrera, David Urbano

Little is known about how subsidies enhance both collaborative and opportunistic behaviours within subsidized industry–university partnerships, and how partners' behaviours…

The reverse transfer of knowledge in MNEs: the perspective of foreign subsidiaries in a post-transition country

Barbara Jankowska, Małgorzata Bartosik-Purgat, Iwona Olejnik

The aim of the paper is to identify the determinants of the marketing and managerial knowledge transfer from a foreign subsidiary located in a post-transition country to its…


Keeping the wheels of the automotive industry turning: the use of tacit knowledge by product development workers in a multinational automotive manufacturer

René Schmidt, Robin Bell, Vessela Warren

This research identifies the forms of tacit knowledge frequently requested in the job descriptions of knowledge workers in a multinational automotive manufacturer's product…

Intellectual capital as a predictor of cooperative prominence through human capital in the Spanish agrifood industry

M. Isabel Sánchez-Hernández, Francisca Castilla-Polo

Intellectual capital (IC) has been shown to play a crucial role in promoting competitive success among cooperatives as well as in other types of organizations. However…

Intellectual capital reporting and mandatory adoption of post-IFRS – An empirical analysis using computational linguistic tools

Ankur Kulshrestha, Archana Patro

The study aims to report empirical evidence on the impact of mandatory adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in India on the voluntary intellectual…

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