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The Intangible Balance Sheet

Leo discusses how intangible line items are expanding on Business Balance sheets and that the industry is looking for a way to quantify them. The intangible basics of business derived environmental and socially responsible impacts are finally making there way to the status quo of accounting. Leo shows off by describing how a Monte Carlo risk analysis simulation works but stops shy of explaining a Kalman filter. Also, some news items and Leo takes your calls in the suspiciously cold KPFT station.

LISTEN: New Capital Show (September 20, 2007)

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