The term ‘intangible’ defines something by a negation, as being ‘not-tangible’. This could give the idea that intangibles in economics are treated as residuals. On the contrary, intangible assets have gained such importance as to be acknowledged as the centrepiece of a new paradigm for firms. In the new state of the economy the sources of value and competitiveness for firms, as for regions and nations, have drastically shifted from physical to intangible assets.

Clustering for intangibles

DI TOMMASO, Marco Rodolfo;SCHWEITZER, Stuart;PACI, Daniele
2004

Abstract

The term ‘intangible’ defines something by a negation, as being ‘not-tangible’. This could give the idea that intangibles in economics are treated as residuals. On the contrary, intangible assets have gained such importance as to be acknowledged as the centrepiece of a new paradigm for firms. In the new state of the economy the sources of value and competitiveness for firms, as for regions and nations, have drastically shifted from physical to intangible assets.
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