Intangibles and COVID19 – Results from the GLOBALINTO Survey of Intangibles – GLOBALINTO workshop summary

A core objective of the Horizon 2020 GLOBALINTO project is to improve measurement of Intangible Assets (IA). A key element in this is the GLOBALINTO Intangible Assets Survey, which builds on earlier survey-based approaches and seeks to measure firms’ investments in intangibles, factors influencing them and their impact on innovation and economic performance. The survey also examines the role of relevant policies and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the level of these investments. The survey was conducted among 1796 firms in seven European countries.

The initial results from the GLOBALINTO IA Survey were presented at the online workshop “Intangibles and COVID19 – Results from the GLOBALINTO Survey of Intangibles” on April 5, 2022.

See the workshop summary and further information on presentations here.

The workshop included four presentations:

GLOBALINTO Survey on Intangible Investments: Main Findings and Key Messages. Yannis Caloghirou, Prof. LIEE/NTUA; Dr. Aimilia Protogerou, Senior Researcher, LIEE/NTUA; Aggelos Tsakanikas, Asc. Prof. LIEE/NTUA; Panagiotis Panagiotopoulos, Post-doc Researcher LIEE/NTUA

Intangible investment as part of proactive strategy to catching up with the developed. dr. Tjaša Redek, University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business; dr. Mojca Bavdaž University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business

In-house R&D in knowledge intensive firms – Evidence from Globalinto intangible survey. Hannu Piekkola, Professor, University of Vaasa.

Intangible Assets Investment and Firm Innovation Performance. Yannis Caloghirou, Professor Emeritus, LIEE/NTUA; Dr. Aimilia Protogerou, Senior Researcher, LIEE/NTUA; Panagiotis Panagiotopoulos, Post-doc Researcher, LIEE/NTUA.