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Invisible value : the case for measuring and reporting intellectual capital.

Author: Australia. Department of Industry, Science, and Resources. Business Competitiveness Division.
Publisher: [Canberra] : [Dept. of Industry, Science and Resources], [2001]
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : English
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The rise of the new, more knowledge-based economy has driven the need to reexamine the key economic drivers of growth and well being. One such factor that is rapidly gaining prominence is intellectual capital. This paper reviews several internal and external measures of intellectual capital. Internal measures such as the Balanced Scorecard are used to manage, guide and enhance a firm's intellectual capital so it can  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Australia. Department of Industry, Science, and Resources. Business Competitiveness Division.
ISBN: 0642721831 9780642721839
OCLC Number: 222995454
Notes: "This version of the paper includes technical detail and bibliography; a shorter less technical version is also available at www.isr.gov.au/industry/kbe/publications/index.html."
"Business Competitiveness Division, Department of Industry, Science and Resources, Canberra, June 2001"--Cover.
"ISR 2001/142."
Description: 77 pages ; 30 cm

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The rise of the new, more knowledge-based economy has driven the need to reexamine the key economic drivers of growth and well being. One such factor that is rapidly gaining prominence is intellectual capital. This paper reviews several internal and external measures of intellectual capital. Internal measures such as the Balanced Scorecard are used to manage, guide and enhance a firm's intellectual capital so it can be leveraged to generate greater value for the company. External measures, which include market-tobook value, Tobin's Q and Real Option Theory focus on investors and others attempting to value a company (provides a signal to external parties). Here, greater emphasis is placed on external reporting and consequently is subject to accounting standards and financial regulations - although, a specific accounting standard that adequately addresses intangibles has yet to be developed. This paper also examines the current state of play, both in Australia and overseas and reports on the concerns raised if the International Accounting Standard on intangibles (IAS 38) was to be adopted in Australia.

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