Private Higher Education Instituions’ Intangible Assets
a Comparative Analysis of The Human, Intellectual and Integrative Capital of Teachers before and after Titration
Keywords:Intangible Assets, Human Capital, Intellectual Capital, Integrative Capital
This article aims to compare the Human Capital, Intellectual Capital and Integrative Capital production of teachers before and after their academic degree. With this goal, the following problem will be answered: the incentive to the teachers to their professional qualification, the academic degree search, of HEI (Higher Education Institution) interest under the aspect of Human Capital, Intellectual Capital and Integrative Capital production rise, has generated expected results in each capital after reaching the titration? The present hypothesis are two: there are no differences in production of Intangible Assets in Human Resources before and after academic degree and there are differences in production of Intangible Assets in Human Resources before and after academic degree. Regarding the methodology, it was used a qualitative approach with deductions and inductions to the production of theoretical construction from the data analysis, proposed by Silva et al, (2010)
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