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Working Paper for Measuring Intangibles using Register Data (D3.1)

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abstract = "This deliverable, D3.1, presents an overview of the state of the art in the field surrounding the measurement of {\textquoteleft}intangibles{\textquoteright}. The purpose of the paper is to inform indicator development, both at the micro and aggregated levels, within the GLOBALINTO project and for intangibles measurement in general. We aim to contribute to the understanding of how the measures of {\textquoteleft}intangibles{\textquoteright} are operationalized. Since the conceptualization of {\textquoteleft}intangibles{\textquoteright} happens in various ways and choices regarding measurement issues are plentiful, the eventualconstructs used in scientific analyses are also heterogeneous. Our review seeks to capture the development of intangibles measurement, which has explored a variety of directions, both in terms of definition, method and data. In order to both characterize the diversity of the field and its development over time, the review of literature will be guided by four key dimensions.",
author = "{Van Criekingen}, Kristof and Bloch, {Carter Walter} and Eklund, {Carita Mirjami}",
year = "2019",
language = "English",
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