Nematerialių išteklių įtakos darniam vystymuisi Europos Sąjungos šalyse vertinimo modelis
This dissertation is an attempt to provide answers to the following questions: which theoretical interpretations of intangible resources, their expression and empowerment in economy, as well as methodological approaches should be used as a basis when assessing the impact of intangible resources on the country’s sustainable development? Respectively, the concept of intangible resources was formed, according to which, intangible resources are based on the human capital component comprised of the education and health dimension, as well as the knowledge capital component which is understood as digital inclusion, innovations and economic competencies dimensions as a whole. This concept supplements the theories of economy by emphasizing the separation between the human and the knowledge capital, and at the same time supports the importance of both components for the development of intangible resources. A model created for the assessment of the impact of intangible resources on sustainable development, intends to assess the impact of intangible resources on sustainable development, supplements the models that currently exist in scientific literature as it is directly focused on revealing the impact of intangible resources on sustainable development in European Union countries.