Journal of Coordination Science
J Coord Sci
The Journal of Coordination Science explicitly does not restrict itself to specific disciplines but rather encourages researchers to bridge boundaries in order to make a contribution toward improving and deepening our understanding of how specialization and coordination happens and unfolds, or to suggest efficient ways of developing, emerging, and/or implementing coordinating activities. Contributions from all fields of business administration as well as multidisciplinary research are welcome. Multidisciplinary research may include contributions from the fields of mathematics, information systems, political science, game theory and microeconomics as well as from cognitive science, psychology, and sociology. The Journal of Coordination Science seeks to publish high-quality articles that commence with a clearly stated research question, make a theoretical contribution, employ appropriate research methods, and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field of coordination science. Theoretically driven empirical work is very welcome, but authors are also highly encouraged to submit conceptual work.
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