Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Time to rethink how to value intangibles?

In the light of what's going on globally, Shava Nerad seems to wax worrisome: "(A) huge amount of the wealth creation since the invention of the transistor is intangible, and since we have no way to quantify and account for innovation, creativity, excellent records of technical teams, and so on, the market has tried to find tricks to value them, mostly through the stocks of information economy firms. "

Follow her thoughts here.

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