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Covid-19 and management: A bibliometric perspective of research outputs from India

Giri Rabishankar1, Pandey Shriram2, Gupta Dinesh3 1Presidency University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India 2DLIS, Benaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India 3DLIS, Central University of Haryana, Mahendragarh, Haryana, India Abstract Covid-19 has disastrously affected all spheres of human life. India with world's second highest population and fifth largest economy has been severely affected by Covid-19. The impact of Covid-19 on ‘business, economy and management’ in India has largely been disruptive. In this backdrop, the present research through bibliometric analysis aims to find how new scientific knowledge on this topic is generated in India and contributed towards understandings of pandemic effected crisis. Scopus is used as source database. VOS viewers and Bibliometrix-R software are used for visualisation and mapping. The empirical results show how fairly individual research, authors and intuitions are doing their research. It indicates that collaborative research and networked strength play important roles in generating impact. Thematic map of the research topic is presented that may plausibly help researchers to find out future research directions and help policy makers in evidence-based policy-making decisions. Keywords COVID-19, Impact, Management, Scientometrics, Biobliometrics.



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