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A text mining based overview of inventory research in the ISIR special issues 1994–2016

Krisztina Demeter (), Levente Szász and Andrea Kő

International Journal of Production Economics, 2019, vol. 209, issue C, 134-146

Abstract: When a research field achieves a certain maturity, it becomes useful for future research to obtain a structured overview of the field: how did it evolve in the past? Where does it currently stand? In what direction does it (possibly) evolve? The purpose of our paper is to offer an overview of inventory research published in the special issues of ISIR (International Society for Inventory Research) Symposia, one of the most important forums of leading inventory research. This paper focuses on the following two research questions: (1) what are the major topics of inventory research in ISIR special issues? and (2) how do important research topics within ISIR special issues evolve over time?

Keywords: Literature review; Inventory research; Text mining; ISIR (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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