Valuing Research as an Intangible Asset

“Once the economy took an overt turn for the worst in 2008, voices that had been mute for almost a decade came forward to question the wisdom of Ireland investing in Research and Development (R&D). As Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) had been established in 2000 as the vehicle to provide the expertise to deliver the funding to ‘make Ireland a world leader in research’ it was inevitable that attention would increasingly focus on its activities and view them as a cost rather than an investment …” (more)

[Frank Gannon’s Blog, 19 January]

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  1. […] Research as an Intangible Asset « via Ninth Level Ireland By Shane O'Mara via Valuing Research as an Intangible Asset « Ninth Level Ireland. “Once the economy took an overt turn for the worst in 2008, voices that had been mute for almost […]

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