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L’évaluation des investissements incorporels en France : méthodes et premiers résultats

  • Laurence Nayman
  • Jacques Mairesse
  • Sylvie Le Laidier
  • Vincent Delbecque

This study identifies and estimates various categories of intangible investments that are currently processed as intermediate consumption items or are not classified separately in national accounting. Our valuation thus paves the way for their gradual integration into the national accounts

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Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Economie et statistique.

Volume (Year): 450 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
Pages: 3-27

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