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Intangible Assets

Abstract : The integration of the world economy has underlined the need for firms to exploit their intangible assets on a global scale. Firms' intangible assets include their stock of knowledge, which is related to ideas, research and development (R&D), patent and blueprints, scientific and technical workers, and management techniques. In addition, intangible assets consist of their stock of goodwill, which is associated with product
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Farid Toubal. Intangible Assets. Kenneth A. Reinert, Ramkishen S. Rajan, Amy Jocelyn Glass, Lewis S. Davis. The Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy, Princeton University Press, pp.638-640, 2009. ⟨halshs-00641481⟩



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