Economic Conditions and Changes in the Financial Valuation of a Brand (Coyuntura Económica y Variación en la Valoración Financiera de una Marca)
María Pérez Mantecón
University of Vigo
University of Vigo - Faculty of Business Administration and Tourism
December 1, 2010
It is increasingly common to use concepts such as intangible assets or intellectual capital. It has been frequent buying and selling companies for prices much higher value than book value. In this context, it seems relevant to study how to determine the brand financial value (global brand)-understood as a set of visual elements, intellectual property rights and all organizational elements that have a business- as well as its role increasing the market price of the company. The theoretical development is illustrated by a case study in particular: Adolfo Domínguez. It is noted that the assessments, using the same pattern but changing some parameters, vary in a range between about 43 and more than 61 million Euros. It is therefore concluded that, even in the most objective models appear subjective and economic circumstances that influence the market by providing higher valuations in good times and lower valuations in times of crisis.
Note: Downloadable document is in Spanish.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 15
Keywords: Brand value, Hirose, Economic conditions, finance
JEL Classification: G3, M31, L67working papers series
Date posted: December 3, 2010
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