VALUATION CONCEPTS AND THEORIES RELATED TO THE INVISIBLE PARTS OF BUSINESSES
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Silvia Petrescu: "Al.I. Cuza" University of Iasi
Theoretical and Applied Economics, 2009, vol. 05(534)(supplement), issue 05(534)(supplement), 111-117
The paper dwells on concepts related to the way in which all static company valuation approaches fail to cover the whole price value that the buyer would be willing to pay, as long as they consider a normal profitability level that only relies on material assets, rights and debts. Yet, an entity's overall return capacity also relies on its ability to organize and use all the human resources and material assets available, in a more or less effective manner, which means that an entity is more than a mass of assets, rights and debts, and also includes intangible "invisible" assets that bring about goodwill.
Keywords: business valuation; goodwill; subtractive- additive approaches; share; option. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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