A bibliometric analysis of five Knowledge management journals
Woon, Chai Hoong
Date of Issue2018-12-31
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
Bibliometrics is the process of the outputs of research through the use of statistical methods. It explores the contents of repositories of scholarly publications to infer relationships within the scientific community. This dissertation investigated five knowledge management journals, namely The Journal of Knowledge Management, The Journal of Intellectual Capital, The Journal of Information and Knowledge Management, The Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management, International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies from a bibliometric perspective. The research objectives were to investigate the annual publication counts, to find out the average number of author per paper, to evaluate the extent of collaboration between authors, to identify the most productive author in the industry, and to study the country of origin of the authors.
DRNTU::Library and information science::Knowledge management
Nanyang Technological University