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Vertical De-Integration in the Mutual Fund Industry: Using Knowledge as a Factor of Production
This paper extends the knowledge-based view of the firm by using relative measures of two fundamental classifications of knowledge as factors of production. It relates differences in relative quantities of these classifications ...
Does CEO compensation impact patient satisfaction?
Purpose – This study examines the relationship between CEO compensation and patient satisfaction in Ontario, Canada. The purpose of this paper is to determine what impact hospital CEO compensation has on hospital patient ...
Three shapes of organizational knowledge
The author proposes that for management purposes organizational knowledge, as the paramount input to all production processes, be considered in three separate classifications, tacit, codified, and encapsulated. While the ...
Vertical integration : applying an economic calculus to knowledge
(Inderscience Publishing, 2005-01-19)
This paper applies an economic calculus to knowledge to address one of the most strategically important questions firms face – deciding which activities are more economically organised in a unified firm rather than in two ...
Models of intellectual capital valuation : a comparative evaluation
Accounting, as it is currently practiced, has lost much of its ability to inform as businesses have become more and more knowledge intensive. Intangible assets are now variously estimated to currently constitute 60-75 ...
Individual Knowledge Measurement: Organizational Knowledge Measured at the Individual Level
(Emerald Publishing, 2021)
Fundamental classifications of knowledge may be measurable as factors of production and can reveal evidence of specialization between adjacent stages of production even in the presence of shared substantive knowledge. The ...