Global Lessors Of Non-financial Intangible
Assets Market Report 2019 provides the strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global lessors of non-financial intangible
The discussion session began with a video presentation by the National Committee for Culture, Education and Science on the elements of the intangible
Omani cultural heritage in the Unesco World Heritage List, such as the art of Bara and the art of Al Azi, the art of Rizafah, Al Ayala, the Omani councils, Arabic coffee and horses.
In turn, Secretary General of the Syria Trust for Development Faris Kallas talked about Syria's tangible and intangible
heritage, as well as the role of cultural, governmental, and non-governmental organizations in drawing international attention to Syrian heritage and reviving it.
During the 13th session of the Committee, over 800 delegates from 125 countries will be debating on the protection of the intangible
cultural heritage of humanity.
Noting the great role of Azerbaijan's First Vice President Mehriban Aliyeva in the formation of close relations between UNESCO and Azerbaijan, Minister noted that over 11 nominations of Azerbaijan were included in the Representative List of Intangible
Cultural and Cultural Heritage.
Capitalism without Capital shows that the growing importance of intangible
assets has also played a role in some of the big economic changes of the last decade.
The first part of the book definitively documents the rise of the intangible
economy using the best available data for a wide range of countries.
If this new economy were to be measured by economists, the valuation of these intangible
assets would need to be incorporated into their models of economic growth.
98 States Parties to the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible
Cultural Heritage voted for Kazakhstan.
According to investment group Ocean Tomo, 84% of the S&P 500's market value is comprised of intangible
Haskel and Westlake's main point is that the biggest substantive difference in the two valuations processes is that the 11th Century valuation counted only tangible capital (a mill, livestock, slaves), while the modern valuation also included intangible
capital (software, relationships with airlines and retailers, organizational know-how).
cultural heritage (ICH) is half of the heritage story.