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Financial Analysis of the Knowledge-Based Enterprise

Gospodarka Narodowa is a Polish academic journal dealing with current economic and economic policy issues. Published since 1931, Gospodarka Narodowa is one of the oldest economic journals in Poland with a well-established position on the market. It publishes work by leading Polish and foreign economists with different theoretical and empirical approaches. It just published interesting article entitled as this post. Here is its english…


Added by Leslaw Niemczyk on October 1, 2014 at 8:38am — No Comments

Knowledge management 2.0 – financial accounting for intellectual capital as an information basis for intellectual capital management

„e-mentor” (polish scientific journal) just published interesting article entitled as this post. Here is its english summary:


In the last decade the development of the discipline of knowledge management has slowed compared to the previous successful period. Currently, this development can be accelerated again, because a new branch of post-industrial financial accounting adopted the concept of intellectual capital. The purpose of this article is to present the innovatory…


Added by Leslaw Niemczyk on March 4, 2014 at 9:31am — 7 Comments

The balance sheets for the knowledge-based organizations – a definition from the Polish Wikipedia.

The Polish Wikipedia not only mentions about the new branch of financial accounting. It also indicates the new forms of balance sheets for knowledge-based organizations. Just check entry for „Balance sheet (accounting)” (in polish: bilans (rachunkowość)). There you will find a point „Balance sheet for knowledge-based organizations” (in polish: bilans dla organizacji opartej na wiedzy). Here is my attempt of translation:




Added by Leslaw Niemczyk on January 22, 2014 at 9:00am — No Comments

The Polish Wikipedia sees a new branch of postindustrial accounting

The Polish Wikipedia (pl.wikipedia.org) is the Polish-language edition of Wikipedia, it now has around 1,023,000 articles, making it the ninth-largest Wikipedia edition overall, the largest for a language which is official in only one country. It is also probably the first edition of Wikipedia with articles about postindustrial accounting…


Added by Leslaw Niemczyk on January 17, 2014 at 9:00am — 2 Comments

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