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Measuring organization capital in Japan
2007 by Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science in London .
Written in English
Globalization and the ICT revolution of the 1990s have forced many firms to reorganize in order to survive in a more competitive market. There are several approaches that can be used to assess the measurement of organization capital since it is unobservable. Using an optimizing firm model and assuming that a firm holds multiple assets as suggested by Yang and Brynjolfsson (2001) and Cummins (2005), we examined whether organization capital is accumulated with investment in several types of assets. In contrast to Cummins"s (2005) results, we found that the accumulation of organization capital is associated with investment in R&D assets and marketing assets. Using these results and following Basu, Fernald, Oulton, and Srinivasan (2003), we measured the contribution of organization capital to the conventional TFP growth. The estimation results implied that the growth of organization capital did not have significant effects on productivity growth.
|Statement||Tsutomu Miyagawa and YoungGak Kim.|
|Series||CEP discussion paper -- no. 817|
|Contributions||Kim, YoungGak., London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007619421|
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Long-term economic growth depends increasingly on improvements in human capital. So were the enterprises that managers run. Intellectual capital management is defined as a cycle of four inter-related sets of practices: Strategic Alignment, Exploration and Exploitation, Measurement, and Reporting of intellectual capital. For example, countries like Mexico and Brazil have an abundant supply of young people who can be trained easily for semiskilled manual work. Economic capital is different than regulatory capital, also known as capital requirement.
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To do so, it introduces readers to the topic of intellectual capital in the context of several connected entities such as organizations, cities and regions, sharing insights that both reflect the status quo and demonstrate the need Measuring organization capital in Japan book further action.
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That modern society requires an identity of interest between enterprise and employee was seen very early, not only by pre-Marxist socialists like Saint-Simon and Fourier in France and Robert Owen in Scotland but also by classical economists like Adam Smith and David Ricardo.
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They cannot hope to become important economic powers by tracking the evolution of enterprise and management—that is, by starting with nineteenth and early twentieth-century industries and productive processes based mainly on a manual work force.
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