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What do we know about entrepreneurship as an intangible asset

  title={What do we know about entrepreneurship as an intangible asset},
  author={P. M. Rao},
  journal={International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business},
  • P. M. Rao
  • Published 7 December 2015
  • Economics
  • International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business
The purpose of this paper is two-fold: One, to present the argument that entrepreneurship is an important, albeit difficult-to-measure intangible asset. Two, to discuss what we do know about measurement of other intangible assets at the macro as well as the firm level. Lack of an operational definition of entrepreneur continues to plague empirical research on the role of entrepreneur for innovation. Many proxy measures for entrepreneurs have very little to do with technological innovation. The… 
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