Indicadores de capital intelectual

  title={Indicadores de capital intelectual},
  author={Cristhian Guillermo Naranjo-Herrera and Juanita Rubio-Jaramillo and Lina Mar{\'i}a Salazar-Mesa and Ana Ver{\'o}nica Robledo-Mart{\'i}nez and Juli{\'a}n Duque-Trujillo},
Introduccion: con el fin de proporcionar una guia de indicadores de capital intelectual, el presente articulo efectua una revision sistematica de la literatura existente sobre este tema. Metodologia: se realizo una busqueda exhaustiva en bases de datos especializadas, textos y casos de estudio, procediendo a detectar, extraer, recopilar y analizar la informacion recibida. Resultados: se presenta un conjunto de indicadores para cada componente del capital intelectual (humano, estructural y… 

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