The purpose of the Journal of International Cooperation (JIC) is to publish creative and scholarly work in the realm of international cooperation. Submitted manuscripts should have a relationship to international cooperation. There is a broad range of topics in international cooperation, and publications in JIC are categorized into five research areas, Agriculture and Fishery, Business and Management, Engineering and Science, Public Health and Medicine, and Others.
Papers must have a problem orientation and demonstrate originality and innovation in analysis, methods, or application. Analyses of problems pertinent to research, extension, and teaching are equally encouraged, as well as interdisciplinary research with a significant component. Review articles that present a comprehensive and insightful survey of a relevant subject, consistent with the scope of the Journal as discussed above, will also be considered. All articles published, regardless of their nature, will be held to the same set of scholarly standards.
The JIC (ISSN 1992-90921497) is a peer-reviewed journal. It is published semi-annually by Taiwan International Cooperation Alliance (TICA)
and is printed by the International Cooperation and Development Fund (TaiwanICDF),
Taipei, Republic of China (Taiwan)