Information capital

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Information capital is a concept which asserts that information has intrinsic value which can be shared and leveraged within and between organizations. Information capital connotes that sharing information is a means of sharing power. Information capital is the pieces of information which enables the exchange of Knowledge capital.

The first Information market has formed around the Credit bureau type of organization for the exchange of personal information in the financial industry.

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