Human Capital and Organizations
The Human Capital and Organizations (HCO) journal publishes theoretical and empirical research articles on all major human resources management (HRM), leadership, talent, and organizations topics. The Journal of HCO’s mission is to offer a forum for the growing amount of scholarly research on human capital and development and behavior organizations in which they operate. The journal emphasizes theoretical advancements and their application and empirical, practical, and policy-oriented research in small and medium enterprises, corporations, government, and other local and international institutions and labor markets.
The HCO journal examines various decisions, processes, and activities in the future of human capital management, organizational culture, and interaction with people and technology. The journal, published for researchers, scholars, and executives alike, aids the application of empirical research to practical situations and theoretical findings to the reality of the real world. The journal’s goal is to promote communication between and among academic and other research groups, policymakers, and operational decision-makers at private and public institutions, national and worldwide, and their regulators.