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Berkeley Haas opens new center for intellectual capital management

By Public Affairs

UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business has inaugurated a new center to promote the school’s thought leadership in the field of intellectual capital management.

David Teece

David Teece

The new Tusher Center for Management of Intellectual Capital will be run by Professor David J. Teece, the Thomas T. Tusher Professor of Global Business, who will serve as the center’s faculty director.

The center was named for and established by Thomas Tusher, who earned his BA at Berkeley in 1963 and went on to serve as Levi Strauss & Co. president and COO. Tusher was the Haas School’s Business Leader of the Year in 1996.

The center will address research, funding, and outreach related to intangible assets and long-run enterprise-level competitiveness. It will be housed at the Haas’s School’s Institute for Business Innovation.

Read more about the center on the Berkeley Haas website.