Intangibles, Global Networks & Corporate Social Responsibility
Network organisations emphasise the importance of corporate and product intangible assets. In global competition, the managerial economics of intangibles imposes new network policies of corporate social responsibility, dominated by global social issues such as economic sustainability, eco-responsibility, worker protection and so on.
Volume (Year): (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 Intangible Assets & Global Competition ()
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