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Journal Issue
Volume 12 Issue 4, ECIC 2014 / Dec 2014  pp187‑272

Editor: Dagmar Caganova

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Editorial for the ECIC Special Issue of the Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management  pp187‑188

Dagmar Caganova, Milos Cambal, Katarina Stachova, Zdenko Stacho

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Regional Intellectual Capital Formation: A Computational Approach  pp189‑201

Klaus Bruno Schebesch, Eduardo Tomé, Horațiu Șoim

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Intellectual Capital Evaluation: A Project Management Perspective  pp202‑209

Marcin Relich

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Education of Employees in Organisations Operating in Slovakia  pp210‑220

Dagmar Caganova, Milos Cambal, Katarina Stachova, Zdenko Stacho

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An empirical Investigation of Maturity Levels in Knowledge Management  pp221‑231

Ute Vanini, Saskia Bochert

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Trust‑Communication Dyad in Inter‑Personal Workplace Relationships … Dynamics of Trust Deterioration and Breach  pp232‑240

Taina Savolainen, Palmira Lopez-Fresno, Mirjami Ikonen

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Crucial Role of Corporate Culture to Align Organizational Goals with Economic Success  pp241‑250

Zdenka Gyurak Babelova, Jaromira Vanova

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Making Sense of the Intangibles ‑ A Co‑Word Analysis of the most Important Perspective of Analysis  pp251‑260

Eduardo Tomé, Miguel Gonzalez-Loureiro

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Abstract

Scholars have approached to managing intangible elements from several perspectives throughout the literature. This field of research is still young, with no more than two decades of more intensive empirical research, which has confirmed the relevance of i ntangible‑based elements on achieving a competitive edge in virtually every industry. Taxonomy and classifications of intangible elements have been built from either deductive or inductive methods. And also practitioners are more concerned and convinced t hat intangible elements are a key in the today⠒s competition, more than ever before. However, a categorization of approaches followed by scholars is still missed. The categorization proposed in this article will allow a more in‑depth understanding of ho w intangible elements may help to achieve a competitive advantage, either from a theoretical or an empirical perspective. In addition, it will provide further information on how the different intertwined approaches relate to each other and, hence, it will help scholars and practitioners to gain a further understanding of how to implement intangible‑based strategies more successfully. With these goals in mind, a search on the main databases was conducted (namely, ISI‑Web of Knowledge and Scopus). Up to 4 ,308 different articles dealing somehow with intangible assets were found. In this paper, the title and keywords are analyzed and the content is categorized in six different themes: Knowledge Management refers to IA and its consequences in the Knowledge c ycle; Intellectual Capital refers to IAs as mainly the knowledge‑based economic value, divided into Human Capital, Relational Capital and Structural Capital; Human Resource Development refers to IAs as organizational learning; Economics deals with the mic ro and macroeconomic consequences of IAs and with the market of IAs; by Social Policy we mean IAs investment considered as a commodity which have social benefits and which are managed by social operators; and finally the Management and Accountability, whe re the quite old fashioned view is addressed a 

 

Keywords: Keywords: intangible assets, organizations, value, perspectives, intangible management

 

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Impact of Intellectual Capital and its Components on Firm Performance Before and After Crisis  pp261‑272

Marian Holienka, Anna Pilkov

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