Intellectual Capital: Acquisition and Maintenance: The Case of New Zealand Banks

  • Kiran Sahrawat
  • Published 2008


The new knowledge economies have highlighted the importance of intellectual capital (IC) and the imperative need to measure and manage their associated costs and benefits. Banks and financial institutions, which are rich in IC (human, customer, and social capital), are in danger of becoming subject to ‘IC walkouts’ if they resist accounting for the hidden… (More)


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