Management research and the impact of COVID-19 on performance: a bibliometric review and suggestions for future research
Kingsley Opoku Appiah,
Bismark Addai (),
Suzzie Owiredua Aidoo and
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Kingsley Opoku Appiah: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
Bismark Addai: Changsha University of Science and Technology
Wesley Ekuban: FSI Chartered Accountants and Advisory
Suzzie Owiredua Aidoo: The Open University
Joseph Amankwah-Amoah: University of Kent
Future Business Journal, 2022, vol. 8, issue 1, 1-20
Abstract Although there has been a burgeoning scholarly interest in the effects of COVID-19, the current stream of research remains scattered in different business and management fields and domains. Accordingly, integrative knowledge is needed to drive poignant and relevant examinations of the phenomenon. This study attempts to fill this gap by providing a synthesis of the literature, patterns of research studies, and direction for further development of the field. This study also provides a systematic identification and bibliometric and thematic review of literature, performance analysis, science mapping, and cluster analysis. The study additionally provides suggestions for future research to guide relevant discourse.
Keywords: Pandemic; Management research; COVID-19; Bibliometrics; Epidemic; Coronavirus (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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