The purpose of this paper is to construct a theoretical hypothesis to explain the organizational knowledge creation in international cooperation, which aims to contribute to practical problem solving in the process of knowledge creation.
This research reveals that anti-money laundering based on the concept of knowledge and organizational knowledge creation mechanisms could co-evolve in inter-organizational knowledge.
By simplifying the knowledge flow of anti-money laundering in international cooperation, the author illustrates the process of knowledge creation, sharing and utilizing.
This paper used the example of international anti-money laundering activities to describe knowledge creation, process of knowledge management, organizational structure and the emergence of international cooperation.
Yasaka, N. (2017), "Knowledge management in international cooperation for anti-money laundering", Journal of Money Laundering Control, Vol. 20 No. 1, pp. 27-34. https://doi.org/10.1108/JMLC-09-2015-0040Download as .RIS
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