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Human and Intellectual Capital Finance Library

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The canon of finance literature is vast, with hundreds more publications emerging every year. This section distills the main lessons from most influential finance books both past and present, from the cornerstones to the most popular reads. Each summary includes a concise overview and analysis of the book's most distinctive contributions to management thinking and practice, along with bibliographic information for the featured title and related works by the author.

  • Intellectual Capital: The New Wealth of Organizations
    Thomas A. Stewart (1997)
    The definitive guide to understanding and managing intangible assets, from the pioneer of knowledge management. Shows how theories on knowledge management are valuable to any organization that wants to improve the return on its intellectual capital. Argues that knowledge working will change the pattern of careers in the 21st century.

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