Many academics strongly advocate using real options in valuation of intangible assets. See, for example, Damodaran's article. Nevertheless, this method is not used in practice very often. In your opinion, what are the reasons for not seeing real option valuations of intangibles more often? Although attached article does not talk about real options, it shows how tricky it is to value such intangible asset as company's reputation (or its loss).
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