Evaluation of intellectual capital as an important factor of innovation potential: objectives, methods and tools
I.N. Dubina, Zh.B. Rahmetulina, A.S. Kulmaganbetova
AbstractIn this article, having problem-posed, the methodological and methodical-instrumental, designatedgoals and objectives of a comprehensive assessment of the intellectual capital of the region is representedby a common approach to the development and implementation of techniques such evaluation,addressed the specific mathematical and instrumental procedures, which can be thus used. Backgroundarticles associated with insufficient knowledge of the features of formation, management and evaluationof the intellectual capital of the region, the absence of developed systems for monitoring its condition.Problems of evaluation and measurement of intellectual capital related to its intangible nature, and intangiblenature of a multi-component structure. As the analysis of the current literature on the subject todate, there are no common approaches to the interpretation of the concept of “intellectual capital”, theanalysis of its nature, structure, and especially - the measurement and interpretation of the results of itsassessment. The solution of such applications can be, in turn, used in determining the innovative potentialand investment attractiveness of the regions, the development of concepts and programs for nationaland regional economic and social development, informed decision-making in the field of education andlabor policies.Key words: intellectual capital, innovation potential, region, assessment, measurement, statisticalanalysis methods.
How to Cite
КУЛМАГАНБЕТОВА, А. С.. Evaluation of intellectual capital as an important factor of innovation potential: objectives, methods and tools. The Journal of Economic Research & Business Administration, [S.l.], v. 120, n. 2, p. 16-23, nov. 2018. ISSN 2617-7161. Available at: <http://be.kaznu.kz/index.php/math/article/view/2412>. Date accessed: 16 feb. 2019.
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