Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. Libraries in the knowledge economy : introducing intellectual capital concepts -- 2. Libraries' Worlds of Production and intellectual capital utilization -- 3. Identifying and categorizing intellectual capital in libraries -- 4. Measuring libraries' intellectual capital -- 5. Financial valuation and reporting of intellectual capital in libraries -- 6. Survival analysis for libraries' intellectual capital resources -- 7. Putting it all together : summary and final thoughts for further research.
Managing Intellectual Capital in Libraries provides research advances, guidelines, methods and techniques for managing intellectual capital in a library environment, and includes analyses and case studies. This book includes a foreword by Anne Woodsworth and is structured into seven chapters, covering: libraries in the knowledge economy; worlds of production and intellectual capital utilization in libraries; identifying and categorizing intellectual capital; measuring libraries' intellectual capital; financial valuation and reporting of intellectual capital in libraries; and survival analysis for libraries' intellectual capital resources. The book concludes with a summary, and turns the reader towards future research.