Journal of Intellectual Capital: Volume 5 Issue 4


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Comparative justification on intellectual capital

A. Seetharaman, Kevin Lock Teng Low, A.S. Saravanan

With the development of computerization and networking capabilities, there is a significantly enhanced opportunity for sharing information and knowledge world‐wide. For an…


Integrative visualisation and knowledge‐enabled value creation: An activity‐based approach to intellectual capital

Arne Lindseth Bygdås, Emil Røyrvik, Bjørn Gjerde

Performance measurement and management in firms where knowledge is the central strategic resource provide composite challenges. Not only are the knowledge resources tacit…


The role of social capital in today's economy: Empirical evidence and proposal of a new model of intellectual capital

Eduardo Bueno, Marí Paz Salmador, Óscar Rodríguez

The rapid and well‐known evolution – considered by many observers to be revolutionary – from industrial society to knowledge society, defined by the importance of knowledge…


The role of corporate reputation in developing relational capital

Gregorio Martín de Castro, Pedro López Sáez, José Emilio Navas López

In the present business landscape, relations between firms are one of the most valuable assets. This work points out the main agents to which firms are related, and which build up…


Are frequent customers always a company's intangible asset?: Some findings drawn from an exploratory case study

Luiz Antonio Joia

Since the early 1990s research has been conducted in an attempt to establish a viable and reliable manner of measuring the intangible assets, also referred to as the intellectual…


Measuring knowledge worker productivity: A taxonomy

Yuri W. Ramírez, David A. Nembhard

The structure of the economy continues to change; where once they are dependent on the productivity of a manual workforce, companies increasingly depend on the productivity of…


Measuring and reporting structural capital: Lessons from European learning firms

Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos

This paper is structured into four sections. The first section proposes a conceptual framework to analyze organizational learning and its outcomes. It focuses on the strategy…


Intellectual capital, social policy, economic development and the world evolution

Eduardo Tomé

The aim of this paper is to study the relation between intellectual capital (IC) and economic development (ED). The analysis presented aims to have both theoretical and practical…

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