Intellectual Capital: Impacting, Measuring, and Improving


Jesús Barrena Martínez, PhD – Associate Professor, Business Management Department, University of Cadiz, Spain
Esther Ferrandiz, PhD – Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Cadiz, Spain

Series: Organization, Business and Management
BISAC: BUS000000

Intellectual Capital has been considered in the last decades one of the most relevant intangible assets in the process of generating value. This book, across different chapters, aims to show how this intangible asset in different kind of organizations and institutions can be described, measured and finally how impact and improve society.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Intellectual Capital Measuring: The Development and Trend
Yiru Yang

Chapter 2. Methodological Basis for Solving the Key Issues of Intellectual Capital Management
Vyacheslav Burlov and Alexandra Novikova

Chapter 3. The Role of Intellectual Capital in the Integrated Structure of a Business Organization
Tarasova V. Angelina

Chapter 4. Intellectual Capital and Internationalization of Firms: Empirical Evidence from a Cross-Country Analysis
D. Matricano and L. Castaldi

Chapter 5. Dynamic Model for Measuring Intellectual Capital in Outstanding Organisations
María Amalia Trillo Holgado and Jean Antonio Hernández Escobar

Chapter 6. Improving Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Management in Universities
Daniela Di Berardino and Ida Verna

Chapter 7. How Policymakers Can Embrace the Positive Impact of Intellectual Capital in the Academic and Science Community on the Serbian Economy
Vesela Radovic


Editor’s ORCID iD

Jesús Barrena Martínez 0000-0002-5501-742X
Esther Ferrandiz 0000-0001-5607-8040

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