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Understanding the relevance of national culture in international business research: a quantitative analysis

Cristina López-Duarte (), Marta M. Vidal-Suárez (), Belén González-Díaz () and Nuno Reis ()
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Cristina López-Duarte: University of Oviedo
Marta M. Vidal-Suárez: University of Oviedo
Belén González-Díaz: University of Oviedo

Scientometrics, 2016, vol. 108, issue 3, No 29, 1553-1590

Abstract: Abstract This review is a comprehensive quantitative analysis of the International Business literature whose focus is on national culture. The analysis relies on a broad range of bibliometric techniques as productivity rankings, citation analysis (individual and cumulative), study of collaborative research patterns, and analysis of the knowledge base. It provides insights on (1) faculty and institutional research productivity and performance; (2) articles, institutions, and scholars’ influence in the contents of the field and its research agenda; and (3) national and international collaborative research trends. The study also explores the body of literature that has exerted the greatest impact on the researched set of selected articles.

Keywords: Quantitative analysis; National culture; International business; Bibliometric; Citation analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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