Methodological Provisions for Analysis of Business Intangible Assets Use
The article determines the role of intangible assets in an enterprise development and their impact on the business efficiency. A comprehensive study of scientific literature on IA usage analysis has enabled the stages of these analysis and defined the content of the analytical work on each stage. The paper is largely focused on proving the necessity of carrying-out the goodwill analysis and determining the specifics of IA analysis for integrated enterprises. A significant stress is made on the need for regulation of IA evaluation and accounting procedures which would serve as the basis of the analysis
Volume (Year): (2012)
Issue (Month): 4 (December)
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