Особенности оценки и учета интеллектуальной собственности
Марширов В. В., Марширова Л. Е.
Калгина Т. Г. М.: Московский государственный институт электроники и математики, 2007.
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Универсальная платформа для мониторинга эффективности использования ресурсов на основе технологии беспропроводных сенсорных сетей
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Мищенко А. В., Сабаткоев Т. Р. Экономический анализ: теория и практика. 2012. С. 10-15.
Current article contains the analysis of optimization tasks of investment recourses for project implementation of new routes for urban transport. It is assumed that a limited amount of funds used to purchase vehicles needed for new routes. To solve the problem we use economical and mathematical modeling.
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Сухарева А. Е. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2017.
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Макарова Л. Г. В кн.: Бухгалтерский финансовый учет. М.: Вузовский учебник , 2010. Гл. 14. С. 425-469.
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Лушина Л. А. В кн.: Преступления против интеллектуальной собственности: материалы Международной научно-практической конференции (Нижний Новгород, 19–20 мая 2011 года). Н. Новгород: Стимул-СТ, 2011. С. 269-280.
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Титова Е. В. Экономические науки. 2010. № 12 (73). С. 90-94.
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Макарова Л. Г. В кн.: Бухгалтерский финансовый учет. М.: Вузовский учебник , 2010. Гл. 12. С. 351-384.
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Баширов М. А. Law. LAW. Высшая школа экономики, 2013. No. WP BRP 29/LAW/2013.
Сloud computing is treated by most of the experts as one of the main trends of information technologies development for forthcoming years. In present article we focus on general overview of the main aspects of cloud computing services legal regime in Russia. Such aspects include, inter alia, intellectual property and contract law matters, taxation issues, execution of the agreements, warranties and representations under cloud computing agreements and personal data regulations.
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Zavertiaeva M. A. Financial Economics. FE. Высшая школа экономики, 2015. No. 44.
The purpose of this study is to present a tool to categorize companies as potentially profitable on the basis of an analysis of their intangibles. The paper distinguishes two crucial attributes for picking shares: intangibles and the capitalization of intangible-based growth potential in market indicators. By means of these attributes we create a portfolio from a sample of European companies and annually rebalance it. To test its attractiveness we compare it with benchmarks and random portfolios during the period from 2006 to 2013 using the Sharpe coefficient. The comparisons of the portfolio with the benchmarks demonstrate the importance of intangibles and the validity of the proposed tool. The Sharpe coefficient of the portfolio is significantly higher than the mean and median Sharpe ratio of random portfolios. The importance of intangibles for choosing an investment goal increases in crises. The paper contributes to the literature by identifying undervalued shares on the basis of the company’s intangibles and developing an algorithm to create an intangible-based investment portfolio.
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Shakina E. A., Molodchik M. HSE Working papers. WP BRP 24/FE/2013. National research university Higher School of Economics, 2013
This study investigates the factors that support or obstruct market value creation through intangible capital. We explore the impact of intangibles and exogenous shocks on corporate attractiveness for investors measured by Market Value Added (MVA). Specifically we analyze relationship between intangible-driven outperforming of companies, measured by Economic Value Added (EVA) and a number of intangible drivers on macro, meso and micro level. We suppose that the process of value creation is confined not only by companies’ performance. It is established in our study that investment attractiveness is affected by intangibles. Our empirical research is conducted on more than 900 companies from Europe and US during the period of 2005-2009. We found out in this study that a company’s experience, size and innovative focus facilitate value creation. An unexpected result was revealed concerning countries’ education level, which appears to be an obstructive condition for intangible-driven value creation. Our findings extend the understanding of the phenomenon of intangible capital and enable the improvement of investment decision-making.
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