Capital for our time: the economic, legal, and management challenges of intellectual capital

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Hoover Institution Press, 1999 - Business & Economics - 398 pages
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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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