Capitalism without Capital concludes by presenting three possible scenarios for what the future of an intangible
world might be like, and by outlining how managers, investors, and policymakers can exploit the characteristics of an intangible
age to grow their businesses, portfolios, and economies.
This middle section of the book closes out with chapters on how intangibles change the nature of the infrastructure debate and on the challenge of financing an intangible focused economy.
For businesses producing intangibles (say software or design work), managers need to keep information flowing up and down throughout the organization because employees will know a lot that managers will not.
* Fifth, market size is critical, because intangibles
(such as Starbucks' brand or Facebook's software) can be "scaled up" more or less indefinitely.
Whereas with the intangible
risks, they typically don't have the legacy attached to them, so if you're trying to underwrite them there's a lot less to extrapolate forward because data about the intangibles
just hasn't been around very long.
create more spillovers than tangible capital because they tend to be much less excludable.
482 definition of intangibles
to include goodwill, going concern value, and workforce in place.
Given those presented in this article, we consider that intangibles
assets research is still in the formulation of fundamental theories.
The sourcing of receipts from the rental, lease, or license of intangible
property to business customers is based on the location in which the intangible
(SVP)" (1) Based on this definition, the present value of anything is intangible
because it is a theoretical concept of worth.