Getting tangible about intangibles : the future of growth and productivity? / Eric Hazan ... [et al.] .-- [Nueva York] : McKinsey & Company, 16 June 2021 .-- 40 p. : gráf. ; 1 documento PDF

Investment in intangible assets that underpin the knowledge or learning economy, such as intellectual property (IP), research, technology and software, and human capital, has risen inexorably over the past quarter century, and the COVID-19 pandemic appears to have accelerated this shift toward a dematerialized economy. New research uses sector-level data and the results of a new survey of more than 860 executives that reveal that “top growers”—companies in the top quartile for growth in gross value added, a measure of economic growth—invest 2.6 times more in intangibles than low growers, companies in the bottom two quartiles. The research uses the survey and sector-level data from the INTAN-Invest database to explore the correlation between intangible investment and the productivity of sectors, economies, and firms, and to discover the formula for the effective deployment of intangible assets to drive growth.

Empresas


activos intangibles
crecimiento
economía
inversión
productividad
Transformación digital


Hazan, Eric


McKinsey & Company
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