Intangible Assets – Important Resources or Barriers in the Development of the Organisations ?
In the evolution of the economy since the 2000s the term globalization has become a topic widely debated in the economic field with it’ s advantages and disadvantages derived from numerous studies on the changes shown by active participants in the economic life. The concepts regarding interconnected business and transactions in real time with a high degree of certainty, the quantity and quality of information transferred and received describe vey well today’s economic life. It can be seen, therefore a global influence of information that, under current conditions is considered increasingly signifiant, more often a key factor underlying the development of international competition. This article seeks to highlight the role of intangible assets in the new knowledge economy and future trends in development organizations.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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