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Journal Issue
Volume 13 Issue 3, Guest Edited Issue / Oct 2015  pp171‑253

Editor: Dr. Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro, Dr. David Cegarra-Leiva

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Editorial  pp171‑172

Dr. Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro, Dr. David Cegarra-Leiva

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Management Challenges in the identification of Organizational Identity and Corporate Reputation as Intangible Assets  pp173‑184

Eduardo Bueno, Mónica Longo-Somoza, Raquel García-Revilla, Ramona - Diana Leon

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Exploring the role of social media in knowledge sharing  pp185‑197

Zoltán Gaál, Lajos Szabó, Nóra Obermayer-Kovács, Anikó Csepregi

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Intellectual Capital in Manufacturing and Service Firms of the Dominican Republic: An Exploratory Approach  pp198‑208

Victor Gómez-Valenzuela

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Abstract

Abstract: This paper analyses 64 variables related to the intellectual capital of manufacturing and service firms in the Dominican Republic. In addition, the study included 10 control variables related to firms characteristics, and 10 variables related to firms performance, for a total of 84 variables. The main findings show that business performance in manufacturing firms relies mainly on relational capital and depends to a lesser extent on human capital, and that innovative performance depends on a closer relation between human and structural capital. In the case of service firms, both business and innovative performance rely on structural and relational capital, indicating the role of suppliers as a potential source of innovations.  

 

Keywords: Keywords: intellectual capital, Dominican Republic, manufacturing and service firms

 

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Human Capital and Creation of Reputation and Financial Performance  pp209‑218

Isabel Olmedo-Cifuentes, Inocencia Martínez-León

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Thomas Pikettys Capital in the 21st Century … An Intellectual Capital Perspective  pp219‑227

Eduardo Tomé, Natalia Khazieva

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Networking Intellectual Capital towards Competitiveness: An Insight into the European Higher Education Institutions  pp228‑239

Elena-Mădălina Vătămănescu, Diana-Luiza Dumitriu, Andreia Gabriela Andrei, Cristina Leovaridis

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The Mediating Effects of Trustworthiness on Social‑Cognitive Factors and Knowledge Sharing in a Large Professional Service Firm  pp240‑253

Max Evans, Anthony Wensley, Ilja Frissen

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