Dialogue of the four musketeers: peer review of ‘Knowledge management for development communities: balancing in the thin divide between tacit and codified knowledge’ by Alfonso Acuna
Keywords:bibliometrics, journals, citation analysis, codified knowledge, knowledge domains, Knowledge Management for Development Journal, knowledge sharing, online communities, communities of practice
AbstractThis community note provides a summarised version of a peer review of a thesis written by Alfonso Acuna in 2007 as part of his Master’s study at the University of Amsterdam. The peer review took the form of an online roundtable discussion between Valerie Brown, Nancy White, Patrick Lambe and Alfonso Acuna. Alfonso Acuna’s paper was published in the May 2010 issue of this journal.
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