Intellectual Capital of Enterprises and Its Role in the Integral Process
. 2012. Vol. 3. No. 11. P. 380-384.
Belyakova T. A.
This article is going to consider questions of creation and usage of the intellectual capital in export-oriented enterprises.
, Управленческий учет и финансы 2019 № 3 С. 220-238
The article discusses the dynamics of the creative sector of Russia, provides analysis of available statistical data and trends of further development of the industry. Russia has a good potential for creating and promoting innovations, but it is not used to the full extent due to a number of reasons, including insufficient development of technologies ...
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, , , Science and Public Policy 2013 Vol. 40 No. 2 P. 219-228
This paper provides an improved model, based on historical data, that describes the returns on assets that result from R&D efforts to assist managers of public and private R&D activities. Such a model may lead to better decision support tools to monetize the value that may be extracted from R&D, which is otherwise often undervalued. ...
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, Экономическая наука современной России 2016 Т. 72 № 1 С. 28-38
Knowledge production function displays the relationship between firm innovative efforts and its results obtained in form of useful knowledge. Analysis of the function allows a better understanding of firm innovation activity for better management of corporate resources. The current paper presents an overview of significant studies on this topic. The paper briefly describes evolution of ...
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, Problems of Economic Transition 2011 Vol. 53 No. 11 P. 23-38
The author argues that in crisis conditions a survival strategy for firms does not consist in abandoning investment but in adopting breakthrough ideas and technologies and applying them to production. ...
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, , Journal of Knowledge Management 2012
This study investigates corporate success factors over the crisis period. We seek to advocate the idea that investments in intangibles allow a company to be better off, even if the markets go down. The hypothesis put forward in this paper was tested on a sample of more than 300 enterprises. These companies operate in developed ...
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With or without CU: A comparative study of efficiency of European and Russian corporate universities
, , Journal of Intellectual Capital 2018 Vol. 19 No. 1 P. 96-111
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to address the issue of efficiency of corporate universities. An efficiency is defined in relative terms: as having relatively better performance in comparison to other companies. Different indicators of performance were employed in order to analyze short-term and long-term efficiency. A comparative analysis of European companies and emerging ...
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, Innovations as Public Goods Provision with Negative Externalities: Role of Parliamentarism / Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ. Series PS "Political Science". 2012. No. 06/PS/2012.
Technological innovations are inherently problematic (risky, uncertain, possess public goods properties (enhances free-riding since it is easy to steal), but once they succeed, they create negative externalities for incumbents in the form of economic resources redistribution. Economic resources are convertible into political power. Therefore, economic redistribution might eventually result in political power redistribution. Those who ...
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the British Academy of Management (BAM), 2019
The Conference Proceedings from the 2019 British Academy of Management Conference, hosted by Aston Business School, Aston University are, as a collective publication, the property of the Academy. Authors of papers submitted to, and presented at, the Conference retain the rights to their individual paper. These proceedings are published by the British Academy of Management (BAM) and ...
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, , Economic Research 2013
This study investigates factors of corporate success over the crisis period of 2008-2009. We advocate the idea that investments in intangibles allow a company to be better off, even if the markets go down. The hypothesis put forward in this paper was tested on a sample of more than 300 companies which operate in developed ...
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Technology transfer and commercialisation by universities and PRIs: benchmarking OECD country policy approaches
, , , Economics of Innovation and New Technology 2018 Vol. 27 No. 5-6 P. 510-530
The article highlights the challenges of benchmarking the science, technology and innovation (STI) policy mix between countries. A benchmarking concept is developed to compare policies across countries, which takes account of country structural features, the way policies are embedded in the national STI policy context and the country’s development stage. We focus on policies aiming ...
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, , , Экономика и управление в машиностроении 2015 № 1 С. 48-52
Авторами предлагаются основы методологии принципов организации оценки и критериев отбора лучших инновационных проектов на рынке инновационных продуктов. С возникновением нового объекта экспертизы: инновационных проектов, программ, образовательных практик – появляется насущная необходимость рассмотреть исходные положения теории экспертирования. В целях освоения и понимания задач инновационного менеджмента и способов их решения предлагаем рассмотреть общий подход к разработке той ...
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Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited, 2015
These proceedings represent the work of presenters at the 7th European Conference on Intellectual Capital (ECIC 2015). This year the conference is being hosted by The Technical University of Cartagena, Spain on the 9‐10 April 2015. The Conference Co‐Chairs are Dr. Eva Martinez Caro, Dr. María Eugenia Sánchez & Dr. David Cegarra Leiva from the ...
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, Foresight 2015 Vol. 17 No. 3 P. 233-239
Purpose - This paper aims to report the author’s observations and opinions during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) 2014. Discussions presented focus on recent technological developments and their impacts on society with three plausible future scenarios; the energy agenda with new technological advancements and future energy partnerships; and the dynamics of Russia’s future ...
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, , М. : Международный институт «ИНФО-Рутения» (АНО МИИР), 2014
В монографии изложены концептуальные основы, тенденции развития и анализ практики создания и деятельности инновационных технологических центров. Основное внимание уделяется стратегической роли инноваций в эпоху глобализации мировой экономики, национальным системам и национальным стилям инноваций, значению знания как стратегического ресурса инновационного технологического центра, анализу основных тенденций инновационной политики глобальных центров, практическому смыканию стратегического и инновационного менеджмента глобальных ...
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, , Contemporary Economics 2013 Vol. 7 No. 4 P. 41-56
This paper aims to analyse the contribution of intellectual resources to companies’ value. Most of the relevant empirical studies cover issues concerning the impact of intellectual capital on companies’ performance. This research is more specific and focuses on the unbiased estimation of intellectual resources’ contribution to their value. The paper highlights an approach to decision-making for ...
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The effect of technology on learning during the acquisition and development of competencies in technology-intensive small firms
, , International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research 2013 Vol. 19 No. 2 P. 165-186
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to consider whether the characteristics of a technology affect the type of learning mode used for acquiring abilities related to specific competencies. While technological competencies have a direct impact on firm performance for technology-intensive start-ups, few if any of these firms posses all the prerequisite competencies required for ...
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Understanding cross border innovation activities: The linkages between innovation modes, product architecture and firm boundaries
, , et al., Journal of Business Research 2020 P. 1-8
The mirroring hypothesis highlights the correspondence of design characteristics across different architectural levels and in this paper, we consider how mirroring may impact the distribution of national and international innovation activities of firms. We identify incremental and modular innovations (as product architecture reinforcing innovations) along with architectural and radical innovations (as innovations that overturn the ...
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, , Экономика и управление в машиностроении 2016 Т. 43 № 1 С. 25-31
The article examines and analyzes the motivational mechanism of innovation processes and innovation. Examines and analyzes the personal motives for innovation, the motives of large manufacturers to implement innovations, social and economic foundations of innovation. The analysis of individual motives for innovation. Considered and analyzed the social and economic foundations of innovation. The question of ...
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, Measuring Business Excellence 2017 Vol. 21 No. 4 P. 377-387
Purpose. Company intellectual capital (IC) is nowadays considered as a key resource that can transform a company’s value. For this reason, the efficiency of IC is crucial for all stakeholders. Evaluating efficiency is difficult, because IC is partly unobservable and its efficiency varies across time. The aim of this study is to suggest a methodology ...
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, , Вестник Новосибирского государственного университета. Серия: Социально-экономические науки 2010 Т. 10 № 3 С. 125-132
Current article is dedicated to the relationship between effectiveness of usage of intellectual capital and capital structure of firms in Russia in 2005-2007. Current research showed that effectiveness of usage of intellectual capital of firms has a positive influence over the level of financial leverage. The result of the research has showed that the more ...
Added: October 18, 2012
Reading : Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited, 2019
The proceedings contain 154 papers. The topics discussed include: the innovation of a hybrid business model for social enterprises; high-technology entrepreneurship for high-growth innovation among entrepreneurs in Bahrain; financial illiteracy and entrepreneurship success: literature review; entrepreneurial competencies and firm performance: evidence from Bahrain; entrepreneurship education and country competitiveness: avenues for future research in the Arab countries; social entrepreneurship as an innovative solution mechanism of social problems in the economy ...
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, , , Journal of Intellectual Capital 2019 Vol. 20 No. 3 P. 335-354
The purpose of this paper is to present a comparative analysis of the contribution made by intellectual capital (IC) to company performance at company and industry levels in the Russian context. It examines the performance effect of IC using a multilevel approach. ...
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, , , Foresight 2020 Vol. 22 No. 1 P. 14-36
Purpose This paper aims to provide a detailed case study of a corporate foresight for innovation (CFI) project done by the Higher School of Economics’ (HSE) (Moscow, Russia) corporate foresight (CF) unit for a large state-owned Russian service company. It demonstrates how CFI methods lead to recommendations and how these recommendations result in decisions. Design/methodology/approach Drawing from being ...
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, , et al., Жилищное строительство 2020 № 8 С. 27-39
Russian construction companies are trying to find new markets by implementing updated marketing practices. Understanding the behavior of different customer segments in the process of choosing housing becomes one of the priority tasks of the developer. In the process of choosing residential real estate, consumers of different segments make different requirements for housing and use ...
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