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Noun Concept
Categories: Capital (economics), Intellectual property law
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intellectual capital
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Intellectual capital is the result of mental processes that form a set of intangible objects that can be used in economic activity and bring income to its owner, covering the competencies of its people, the value relating to its relationships, and everything that is left when the employees go home, of which intellectual property is but one component. Wikipedia
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Intellectual capital is the result of mental processes that form a set of intangible objects that can be used in economic activity and bring income to its owner, covering the competencies of its people, the value relating to its relationships, and everything that is left when the employees go home, of which intellectual property is but one component. Wikipedia
Intangible assets, for example, knowledge, resource know-how and processes Wikipedia Disambiguation
The value of intellectual property. Wiktionary