Capital for our time: the economic, legal, and management challenges of intellectual capital
Capital for Our Time compellingly describes the opportunities and risks associated with intellectual capital, from broad economic questions to specific business strategies. It includes essays by cutting-edge managers and CEOs, as well as representatives of the venture capital, government, and trade communities.
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Part One Intellectual Capital and the New Economy
2 Reflecting a New World of Business
3 Ideas and Intellectual Property Rights in
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