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Supply Chains during Pandemic: A Scientometric Assessment of Global Publications during 2020–21

Saxena Anurag1,*, Marwah Gunjan1, Gupta B.M.2 1IGNOU, School of Management Studies, New Delhi, India 2Formerly with CSIR-NISTADS, New Delhi, India *Corresponding Author: Anurag Saxena Abstract This study carried out a bibliometric analysis to analyse the research conducted concerning COVID-19 and supply chain management. Articles were identified, retrieved, and downloaded on the theme from the Scopus database. The search terms related to ‘COVID- 19’ and ‘Supply chains’ in field tags, ‘Keyword’ or ‘Title’ (Article Title), and limiting the search to 2020–21 periods resulted in a total of 585 articles. Analysis presents studies conducted in the top 10 countries, subject-wise distribution of publications on ‘COVID-19 and supply chain’. Among the top 10 countries, the USA, India, the U.K., and China lead in publication productivity. Literature falling under the subject category ‘Business, Management and Accounting’ according to Scopus classification accounts for 32.65% share of the total global publications. To some extent, this research includes limitations that are intrinsic to bibliometric methodologies or choices related to data collection and processing. Keywords COVID-19, Impact, Supply chains, Scientometrics, Bibliometrics.



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