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Proyecto de investigación

A European Research Arena on Intangibles

Responsable: Manuel García-Ayuso Covarsi
Tipo de Proyecto/Ayuda: Proyecto Marie Curie
Referencia: HPV1-CT-2001-50002
Web: http://cordis.europa.eu/projects/rcn/57441_en.html
Fecha de Inicio: 01-09-2001
Fecha de Finalización: 01-09-2003

Empresa/Organismo financiador/es:

  • Commission of the European Communities (Research Directorate-General)


  • Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Paloma Sanchez Muñoz)
  • Copenhagen Business School (Jan Mouritsen)
  • The Aarhus School of Business (Per Nikolaj Bukh)
  • The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy (Rita Astplund)
  • B.I.- The Norwegian School of Management (Hanno Roberts)
  • The Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research at the Norwegian Institute of Techonology (Reidar Gjersvik)
  • Uppsala University (Ulf Johanson)
  • Stockholm University (Jan-Erik Gröjer)
  • Cranfield University (Chris Brewster)



  • Técnicos/Personal Administrativo:
    • Eva Martínez Gallego


  • Nombramiento de Becario:
    • Blanca López de la O Bonilla

Resumen del proyecto:

We are moving fast o a knowledge-based economy. But our analytical tools are no longer useful for decision-making. This leads to an inefficient allocation of resources, increases the uncertainty, thus preventing the efficient functioning of S&T policy. In this general context, the main objective of the Network is to create a European Research & Communication Arena on Intangibles, bringing together excellence centres on intangibles from different European Countries and countries from the rest of the world, to analyse knowledge production, acquisition and diffusion by companies and its implications for Science, Technology and Innovation Policy.

This objective will be reached through four activities:

Activity 1. Mapping Centres of Excellence,

Activity 2. Intellectual capital statement in firms,

Activity 3. Policy implications. New Research Agenda and

Activity 4. Policy implications.

Future training needs. As a result of the project a virtual network of all the excellence centres in knowledge management world- wide will emerge, a refined theory of intangibles will be produced, which will serve as an starting point for the discussion of a new European research and training agenda, that will have the consensus of a wide range of agents.

FEDER - Union Europea

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