Characterization of Intellectual Capital in Public Mexican Universities

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Title Characterization of Intellectual Capital in Public Mexican Universities
Caracterización del capital intelectual en las universidades publicas. Estudio comparativo.
 
Creator Sanchez Limon, Monica Lorena
Sanchez Tovar, Yesenia
Jasso Villazul, Javier
 
Subject Intellectual Capital
Measurement
Public Mexican Universities
Scientific Knowledge
Professor
Capital intelectual
Medición
Universidades públicas
Conocimiento científico
Docente
 
Description Objective:  characterize and compare the intellectual capital in Mexican universities.Methodology / Approach: The study was based on a semi structured survey applied to 102 professors-researchers in four Mexican state universities of the business and administration area.Originality / Relevance: Universities are a source of knowledge; therefore their competitive advantage lies in the configuration of this element to encourage their performance. Thus, the issue of intellectual capital tends to have greater relevance in order to understand this dynamic in the different productive actors and users of knowledge such as universities.Main results: The results show that there are six relevant sub-dimensions of intellectual capital from which levels of intellectual capital are characterized in each university.Theoretical / methodological contributions: intellectual capital refers to the knowledge in organizations enabling them to generate value.Intellectual capital studies are approached from the perspective of companies, however there are few done from the perspective of universities.Keywords: Intellectual Capital; Measurement; Public Mexican Universities; Scientific Knowledge; Professor
El capital intelectual alude al conocimiento en las organizaciones que les permite generar valor. Los estudios sobre capital intelectual son abordados desde la perspectiva de las empresas, pero existen pocos que lo hayan realizado desde la perspectiva de las universidades.Esta investigación tiene por objetivo caracterizar y comparar el capital intelectual en las universidades mexicanas. El estudio se basó en una encuesta semiestructurada aplicada a 102 profesores-investigadores en cuatro universidades estatales mexicanas del área de negocios y administración. Los resultados muestran que existen seis subdimensiones relevantes del capital intelectual, a partir de las cuales se caracterizan los niveles de capital intelectual en cada universidad. Las principales conclusiones son que el capital intelectual universitario es una forma de medir el desempeño de estas organizaciones, a partir del cual identificamos un desempeño diferenciado que es liderado por la Universidad Autónom de Tamaulipas (UAT) debido a indicadores más altos en su capital humano, estructural y relacional.
 
Publisher Conselho Nacional de Pesquisa e Pos-Graduacao em Direito - CONPEDI
 
Date 2021-01-03
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://openaccessojs.com/JBReview/article/view/203
10.26668/businessreview/2021.v6i1.203
 
Source International Journal of Professional Business Review; Vol. 6 No. 1 (2021): Continuous publication; e203
International Journal of Professional Business Review; v. 6 n. 1 (2021): Continuous publication; e203
2525-3654
2525-3654
 
Language spa
 
Relation https://openaccessojs.com/JBReview/article/view/203/pdf
 
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