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Analytics for Management and Economics Conference (online)

ID Lab members took part in organizing and conducting the section "Intellectual capital and performance" of the conference "Analytics for Management and Economics"

The St. Petersburg School of Economics and Management and International Laboratory of Intangible-driven economy, National Research University Higher School of Economics invites you to participate in «Intellectual capital and performance» session of Analytics for Management and Economics Conference.

Intellectual capital (IC) has been recognized by many scholars and practitioners as a main source of organizational performance and investors’ expectations in the knowledge-driven economy (Edvinsson & Malone, 1997, Bontis, 1998, Stewart, 1998, Nahapiet & Ghoshal, 1998, Schiuma & Lerro, 2008, Shakina & Barajas, 2015). At the same time, the process that stands behind this IC based performance is still a black box which, therefore, naturally attracts interest from both researchers and business managers. This session is devoted to the studies of IC measurement and its relation with firm performance. 

The section was attended by over 30 people, including Professor Natalia Martín-Cruz.

Time

Paper

15:00 – 17:30

(GMT+3)

Session chair:

Petr Parshakov

 Keeping the firm into the family. An analysis of parents' learning mechanisms and succession dynamic capability

 Natalia Martín-Cruza*, Ismael Barros Contrerasb, Héctor Pérez Fernándeza and Juan Hernangómez Barahonaa

 aUniversity of Valladolid, Spain

bUniversity Austral de Chile, Chile 

 Antecedents of knowledge-based performance

 Mariia Molodchik

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Perm, Russia

How to enhance the benefits of independent directors on emerging markets? The case of Russian board committees 

 Marina Zavertiaeva, Ekaterina Kazarina

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Perm, Russia

 Excess momentum or excess inertia: do companies adopt technologies at the right time?

 Anna Daviy, Elena Shakina

National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg, Russia

 Brand value prediction using public data and sentiment analysis

 Sofia Paklina1, Elena Shakina1, Petr Parshakov2

 1National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg, Russia

2National Research University Higher School of Economics, Perm, Russia


Availiable presentations:Antecedents of knowledge-based performance