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Bibliometric Analysis of Research Literature on Industrial Chain Resilience

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DOI: 10.23977/infkm.2023.040308 | Downloads: 39 | Views: 704

Author(s)

Baichuan Yu 1, Liming Chen 1

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1 College of Economics and Management, China Agricultural University, Beijing, 100083, China

Corresponding Author

Liming Chen

ABSTRACT

Based on the Web of Science core collection database and the Chinese journal CNKI full-text database, this article uses programming software to crawl the keywords of the main literature in the field of industrial chain resilience research, focusing on domestic and foreign literature in the field of industrial chain resilience research from 2012 to 2023, analyzing the research status and hotspots in the field of domestic and foreign industrial chain resilience research, and summarizing relevant research institutions, main authors, and the number of publications, and use Gephi software for visual analysis. The research literature on industrial chain resilience both domestically and internationally is in a period of rapid growth, with an overall upward trend in the number of publications, which has sharply increased in the past three years. Before 2021, the number of publications and citations in English literature in the field of industrial chain resilience research were higher than those in Chinese literature; But in 2022, the number of Chinese literature publications surpassed that of English literature for the first time. The current regional and institutional distribution of authors in the study of industrial chain resilience is relatively scattered, and there has not yet been a centralized situation, which indirectly confirms that research in this field is still in its early stages. Finally, the future research prospects in this field will be explored with a focus on quantitative research on the evaluation of industrial chain resilience. The bibliometric analysis of the research on industrial chain resilience has certain theoretical reference value and practical guidance significance for theoretical explorers and practical promoters in this research field.

KEYWORDS

Industrial Economics; industrial chain resilience; bibliometrics; research hotspots; evaluation of resilience

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Baichuan Yu, Liming Chen, Bibliometric Analysis of Research Literature on Industrial Chain Resilience. Information and Knowledge Management (2023) Vol. 4: 40-50. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/infkm.2023.040308.

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