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Intellectual capital management and value maximization

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Abstract:

For decades, patent specialists had the perception that they knew what the concepts of intellectual property were about. They were wrong: advanced economic thinkers use a much broader approach of which intellectual property is only a part. The new paradigm is centred around the term ‘intellectual capital’, essentially the sum of all intangible assets plus the human resources in a corporation. Intellectual capital can be measured and managed: a new and exciting approach to determine the value of knowledge companies and increase their profits. This raises new opportunities, and new threats, for the players in the game.

Keywords: INTELLECTUAL ASSETS; INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL; INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY; MARKET CAPITALIZATION; PROFIT; VALUE EXTRACTION; VALUE MAXIMIZATION

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13599370050028585

Affiliations: Brunnenwiesen 51c, D-70619 Stuttgart, Germany

Publication date: March 1, 2000

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