invisible assets


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invisible assets

npl (Brit) (Econ) → beni mpl immateriali
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Chey suggested a shared infrastructure enabling a firm to utilize its visible and invisible assets to create social value and an enterprise ecosystem in which a firm cooperates with relevant experts.
Intellectual capital has become a crucial factor for a firm's long-term profit and performance in a knowledge-based economy as more and more firms identify their core competency as invisible assets rather than visible assets (Hsu & Fang, 2007).
Invisible assets like knowledge and skills play a greater role.
The size of lottery prizes increases the value of visible assets (houses, cars, motorcycles), but not invisible assets (cash and pensions), appearing on the balance sheets of neighboring bankruptcy filers.
The intangible elements or invisible assets, which cause the gradual extension of the difference between the market values and book values of companies and create values for their companies, are called the new wealth of companies in today's information society [16].
Mobilizing Invisible Assets, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1987, Chapters 1 and 2.