Our paper "Bridging the gap in competitiveness of Russian companies with intangible bricks" is already available in Measuring Business Excellence.
In this paper, we analyse the difference of competitiveness between European and Russian companies considering the role of intangibles. We have found a significant difference in the means of competitiveness between European and Russian enterprises. Moreover, we have found a robust negative trend in the global competitiveness of…Continue
New paper about the strategy on intangibles. Changing to a more intangible-intensive strategy can have benefits but it has costs so it is important to understand whether there is a threshold for the change. This is analyzed in "Status-quo vs new strategy in intangibles" (http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/abs/10.1108/JES-07-2015-0132). To get the conclusions there are some mathematical procedures that can appear as…Continue
In this link: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/SD-12-2015-0186, you can find a comment on our paper on intangible-intensive profiles in JIC.
This is a comment in the journal Strategic Direction.
(2016) "Measuring the unmeasurables: Comparing corporate performance through intangibles", Strategic Direction, Vol. 32 Iss: 3, pp.28 - 30.
I hope that you…Continue
I have just published a paper with my co-author Elena Shakina about the changing role of IC during the economic crisis.
This study has been carried out in our International Laboratory 'Intagible-driven Economy' (ID Lab).
The paper investigates factors of corporate success over the crisis period of 2008–2009. We advocate the idea that investments in intangibles allow a company to be better off, even if the markets go down. We have…Continue