volume 20, issue 3, P55-78 2016
DOI: 10.1108/mbe-08-2015-0043
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Sampath Kehelwalatenna

Abstract: Purpose This paper aims to examine empirically the behaviour of the impact of intellectual capital (IC) on firm performance during financial crises, having observed that there was no prior research carried out to examine whether the theoretically expected sustainable firm performance created by IC holds during a financially unstable situation in the economy. Design/methodology/approach The Pulic’s value-added intellectual coefficient method is used to measure IC. Firm performance is measured through product…

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