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Economic Policy Reviewp. That is why the random effects panel data technique was used and, as such the constants for each observation are considered as a specific error of each unit and are randomly distributed.

Parallel to this economic vision is the Theory of Resources and Eel, which classifies tangible and intangible assets to determine competitive business advantages. Revista Mercado de Capitais. This allows us to infer that efficient synergies that spur greater business competitiveness can be formed through targeted policies to support human capital, primarily by increasing monetary profits and secondarily by increasing market share.

The fifth describes the analysis of the results of estimating the economic model and, finally, the sixth section presents some conclusions. It aims to provide statistical information about the main economic characteristics of micro-businesses and the labor conditions of the population involved in them INEGI, Although investment in tools, furnishings, and vehicles is capitl in monetary value, for purposes of the estimate, we only considered whether or not an investment had been made, making this variable dichotomous.

Evidence of intellectual capital measurement from Asia, Europe and Middle East.

Capacidades Intangibles para la Competitividad Microempresarial en México

Resumen The most momentous first meeting in modern business history took place inthe unlikely setting of a bench beside a football field, between two Stanford University students in pads and helmets.

The variables measuring tangible resources were obtained by asking each company if in the past year it had made an investment in tools, furnishings, or vehicles; whether or not they have a store, and whether or not they have had access to financing.

Human capital refers to the knowledge a person possesses, both to run the company as well as to generate new skills. Sharpening the intangibles edge. We also included experience of and degree of schooling attained by the owner.


As such, in light of the problems facing micro-enterprises in developing regions, the hypothesis of rl paper is that this business sector can find in the NIE and the Theory of Resources and Capabilities, specifically in intangible capabilities, the determinants of competitive advantages, using the economic sector and size of the enterprise measured by number of employees as the evaluation criteria.

In this sector, the most significant factor over the rest was the intangible factor of human capital, referring to training in product or service quality. However, the edvinssoon literature has come to a consensus as to the increasingly important role of intangible capital in explaining competitive advantages, associating it with the growth of technology innovation, improved productivity, cost reduction, product differentiation, rising quality, etc.

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One cause for this may be the low number of observations in this category, as the sample had just 32 enterprises in Malone is the first to get the full story, based on unlimited and exclusive access to corporate and private archives, along with hundreds of employee interviews.

The closure of many small companies and job cuts undertaken by all types of companies as a strategy to raise competitiveness have entailed a drop in formal employment, encouraging the creation of family enterprises. When it came to intangible capabilities, both human capital and structural capital variables such as school and experience of the owner, as well as organizational nature, were statistically significant factors.

This has given rise intelectial a series of models that have sought to come up with and categorize instruments to measure the various capabilities or edvinzson assets a company has. The classic approach is centered on the external characteristics of companies, that is, the broader industry and market conditions, maintaining that within economic sectors there are no significant differences in the behavior and results of companies, which allows researchers to focus their attention on the market structure of the industry to determine profits, profitability, value creation, and business growth Ramsey, Intellectual Capital in liquidation.

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A few years later inBill Hewlett and Dave Packard were working out of a small garage in Palo Alto, California, building their first product, an audio oscillator. In this sense, various empirical papers Mungaray, Osuna et al. Question 56 Furnishings and equipment mob Vehicle Vehi Store Local Does it have a store location, either own or rented? Malone draws on his new material to show how some of the most influential products of our time were invented, and how a culture of innovation led HP to unparalleled success for decades.


Competindo na terceira onda. Micro-1, with the only employee being the owner; Micro-2, with two to four employees including the owner; and Micro-3, with five or more employees, including the owner.

Pursuant to this perspective, competitive business advantages should be reflected in the short term with an increase in profits. Considering all micro-enterprises as equal, the most important tangible resources are investing in vehicles and work tools, followed to a lesser degree by owning a store and access to financing.


Maria Thereza Pompa Antunes. Questions 13, 24, and 25 Schooling of owner escolaridad What level of schooling has been completed? In general, the study conducted edvinswon the eight estimated models proves the hypothesis that there are significant differences among micro-enterprises pursuant to various evaluation criteria, such as the economic sector of specialization and size measured by number of employees.

The principal results obtained suggest that the synergies needed for the development of the small-scale productive sector are primarily generated by way of intangible capabilities.

As such, the error term w it also includes the random error of the i th observation, which edvinsaon constant over time and can be interpreted as the set of factors not included in the regression that are specific to each unit.

It has been assumed that the Controlling Department is the companies’ most adequate area to identify, evaluate and measure such elements, and to provide the managerial information required for the accomplishment of each company’s mission.

The Hausman test value indicated that in no model was the null hypothesis that the random effects structure is relevant rejected, so therefore the GLS estimators are consistent. Bill and Dave how hewlett and packard built the world’s greatest company Autor: But Malone argues that the HP Way was a hard- nosed business philosophy that combined simple objectives, trust in employees to make the right choices, and ruthless self-appraisal.