WHERE DO WE STAND IN CRYPTOCURRENCIES ECONOMIC RESEARCH? A SURVEY BASED ON HYBRID ANALYSIS
Aurelio Fernandez Bariviera and
Journal of Economic Surveys, 2021, vol. 35, issue 2, 377-407
This survey develops a dual analysis, consisting, first, in a bibliometric examination and, second, in a close literature review of all the scientific production around cryptocurrencies conducted in economics so far. The aim of this paper is twofold. On the one hand, proposes a methodological hybrid approach to perform comprehensive literature reviews. On the other hand, we provide an updated state of the art in cryptocurrency economic literature. Our methodology emerges as relevant when the topic comprises a large number of papers, which make unrealistic to perform a detailed reading of all the papers. This dual perspective offers a full landscape of cryptocurrency economic research. First, by means of the distant reading provided by machine learning bibliometric techniques, we are able to identify main topics, journals, key authors, and other macro aggregates. Second, based on the information provided by the previous stage, the traditional literature review provides a closer look at methodologies, data sources, and other details of the papers. In this way, we offer a classification and analysis of the mounting research produced in a relative short time span.
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