BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS FOR THE ASIAN ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT JOURNAL FROM 2015 TO 2019
Keywords:bibiliometric analysis, asian academy of management journal, authorship patterns, methodology pattern, keyword contribution
Journal publications on AAJM since 1996 until 2019 that total published 24 volume consisting of 20 countries. This study is to identify of publication journals on Asia Academy of Management Journal (AAMJ) from 2015 to 2019. The general topics published in AAJM journals such as Banking, Corporate Governance, Economics, Human Resource, Internationalization, Leadership and Work Values, Marketing, SME and Entrepreneurship, Technology Management, and other areas related to management. This study only 77 articles were published up to 27 September 2019. The data were transferred into an MS Excel file and major facets like authorship pattern, country-wise distribution of contributions, ranking of authors and contributions by affiliations were analysed using appropriate bibliometric measures. The analysis result of 77 papers revealed that there were only 54 articles that were cited by other researchers based on the Scopus index and Google Scholar. Majority authorship patterns of AAMJ was led by three-authors more than three-author papers, two-author papers, and followed by single-author papers. The research methodology most used in AAMJ is quantitative method, followed by Literature Review (LR) method, Qualitative method, and mix method. The keywords used by author in AAMJ are “Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)”, “Performance”, and “Organisational commitment”. The contributed of identification AAJM journal can help researchers and guide people over the world in field of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
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