Hidden Value: Profiting from the Intellectual Property Economy
Euromoney, 1999 - Intellectual property - 215 pages
Hidden Value describes in detail why there is a movement of market value from one industry player to another and helps the reader to evaluate why Amazon.com can have a greater market capitalization than Texaco. It addresses the Wall Street side of the intellectual property equation.
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