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A verseny a közgazdaságtan azon kulcsfogalmai közé tartozik, amelyeket unos-untalan használunk, de csak nagyon ritkán definiálunk. Ez a tartózkodás a pontos meghatározástól nem véletlen, hiszen többrétegű, bonyolult fogalomról van szó, amely Neander-völgytől a Szilícium-völgyig felöleli az egész emberi történetet. Kitüntetett jelentőségre tesz _s

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In the current scenario of the global economy and race for the next Asian super power, overall economic strength of the two countries, India and China, is a most debated topic. The future role of intellectual property protection especially in the form of patent system and the growth of industrialization for these two developing economies in ASIA may prove to be crucial over all other assets. In the current development scene of the changing global market supported by intangible asset of inventions protected mainly through the patents is emerging to play an important role. This paper elaborates the statistical research on patents granted/filed in the US Patent and Trade Mark office (US-PTO), PCT of WIPO and in the home countries over last 35 years of aforesaid two Asian countries. It is found that the economic and technological growth of both of the countries may make main difference primarily based on the level of patenting activity by them.

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, 45 ( 9 ): 1133 – 1149 . Dettori , B. – Marrocu , E. – Paci , R. ( 2012 ): Total Factor Productivity, Intangible Assets and Spatial Dependence in the European

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Introduction Companies need to pay more attention to the accumulation of knowledge and the management of intangible assets in their intelligence property rights such as patents in the era of knowledge economy. The study

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Cassel, C. M., Hackl, P. & Westlund, A. H. (2000). On measurement of intangible assets: A study of robustness of partial least squares. Total Quality Management , 11 (7), 897–908. Westlund A. H

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Hand, J. R. M. — Lev, B. (2003): Intangible Assets: Values, Measures, and Risks . Oxford University Press. Hartog, J. (1999): Décortiquer le capital humain (Decorticating Human Capital). L’Observateur de l’OCDE , No. 215

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and enable to capture accurate strategic R&D information. Patent indicators Previous literature thinks intangible assets have a positive influence upon market value (Hirschey 1982 ). Patents, one kind of firms

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How much is intellectual capital worth for the organization?

Separating the measurement and evaluation of intellectual capital elements with evaluator functions at EMS companies

Acta Oeconomica
Authors: János Kövesi, Zsuzsanna Tóth and Tamás Jónás

Sveiby, K. E. (2001–2010): Methods for Measuring Intangible Assets . Available at: http://www.sveiby.com/Portals/0/articles/IntangibleMethods.htm (accessed January 2010) Verhulst, P. F. (1845): Recherches mathématiques sur

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Scientometrics
Authors: Clarice Gameiro da Fonseca Pachi, Jorge Futoshi Yamamoto, Anna Paula Amadeu da Costa and Luis Fernandez Lopez

state of Sao Paulo were summarized and transformated to make an index number in order to examine the relationship between connectivity and the scientific production of researchers and students. These results motivated an investigation into the intangible

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Scientometrics
Authors: Victor Bucheli, Adriana Díaz, Juan Pablo Calderón, Pablo Lemoine, Juan Alejandro Valdivia, José Luis Villaveces and Roberto Zarama

intangible assets dedicated to research activities—such as the human capital effort dedicated to research, doctoral programs, research expenditure and participation in research networks—will experience accelerated growth in their knowledge production

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