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Journal Issue
Volume 11 Issue 4, ECIC 2013 / Nov 2013  pp280‑386

Editor: Lidia Garcia Zambrano

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Editorial  pp280‑281

Lidia Garcia Zambrano

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An Empirical Study on the Impact of the Process of Measuring IC on Performance  pp282‑294

Donley Carrington

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Product Innovation and Relational Capital: Evidence From Portugal  pp295‑308

Pedro Figueroa Dorrego et al

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Strategically Developing Intellectual Capital Effectiveness: A Conceptual Model for Innovative Companies  pp309‑324

Harold Harlow

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Voluntary Disclosure of Intellectual Assets and Intellectual Liabilities: Impact on Financial Performance in Publicly Listed Firms in the United Arab Emirates  pp325‑338

George Majdalany, Jeffrey Henderson

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A Theoretical Model for the Report of Intellectual Capital  pp339‑360

Florinda Matos

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Abstract

Abstract: Intellectual capital has become a key element of the knowledge economy. Their management is a factor that influences the competitive advantage of companies. The main objective of this paper is to present a methodology (ICM ‑ Intellectual Capita l Model) that allows the audit of intellectual capital management in small and medium enterprises (SMEs). From the conducted research, it can be concluded that the model is technically robust and determines that the management of intellectual capital i s likely to be audited and certified in order to control the quality and dynamism of the knowledge generated and allowing the partner organizations (customers, suppliers and enders) to estimate the innovation capacity and verify the conformity of their management parameters, compared with a reference standard. Indeed, the results of surveys also show that the proposed model forms the basis of a credible accreditation system for intellectual capital management in the majority of Portuguese SMEs. This pap er also contributes to enhance the discussion around the value of organizations intangible assets and therefore to change the current concepts of economic development. 

 

Keywords: Keywords: intellectual capital management, audit, ICM

 

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Intellectual Capital and Innovation: A Case Study of a Public Healthcare organisation in Europe  pp361‑372

Helena Santos-Rodrigues

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ICBS Intellectual Capital Benchmarking System: A Practical Methodology for Successful Strategy Formulation in the Knowledge Economy  pp373‑386

José Viedma Marti

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