Volume 18, No. 6, 2021

Economic Growth And Development During COVID-19: A Bibliometric Analysis

Bijoy Kumar Dey , Abhijit Dakuah , Ripunjoy Goswami


To make the bibliometric analysis (most-cited documents, authors, institutions, countries, sources, and most-used keywords) of economic growth and development during COVID-19. A total of 523 documents have been finally shortlisted for the bibliometric analysis after applying suitable filters like time (2020 to July 2021) and subject area (Economics, Business, and Social Sciences). We carried out empirical analysis and data network visualization on the selected literature, which included authors, journals, countries, research institutions, and citations using computer software such as Biblioshiny, VOSviewer, and Microsoft Excel. It is found that X. Zhang, Russian Academy of Sciences, United States, and Sustainability (Switzerland), was the most top productive authors, institutions, country, and sources, respectively. In terms of citations, S.A. Sarkodie, United Kingdom, and Sustainability (Switzerland) were the most influential authors, countries, and sources, respectively. The United States and the United Kingdom were the most co-authorship country and bibliographic couples. Out of 2691 all keywords and 1765 authors keywords, the most occurred keywords were COVID-19, economic growth, economic development.

Pages: 3726-3738

Keywords: Bibliometric analysis, COVID-19, Economic growth, Economic development, VOS viewer, Biblioshiny

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