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  1. Self-Emerging Coordination Mechanisms for Knowledge Integration Processes.Edoardo Mollona & Andrea Marcozzi - 2009 - Mind and Society 8 (2):223-241.
    The increasing knowledge intensity of jobs, typical of a knowledge economy, highlights the role of firms as integrators of know-how and skills. As economic activity becomes mainly intellectual and requires the integration of specific and idiosyncratic skills, firms need to allocate skills to tasks and traditional hierarchical control results increasingly ineffective. In this work, we explore under what circumstances networks of agents, which bear specific skills, may self-organize in order to complete tasks. We use a computer simulation approach and investigate (...)
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