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International journal of finance and economics: A bibliometric overview

H. Kent Baker, Satish Kumar, Kirti Goyal and Prashant Gupta

International Journal of Finance & Economics, 2023, vol. 28, issue 1, 9-46

Abstract: The International Journal of Finance & Economics (IJFE) contributed substantially to its research domain between 1996 and 2021. We conduct a comprehensive bibliometric study to examine IJFE's evolution. We use various science mapping approaches to study its performance, intellectual structure, and determinants of academic influence. IJFE's contributions and impact have grown markedly. Authors affiliated with the United Kingdom and the United States are its most frequent contributors. Authors linked with the International Monetary Fund and the City, University of London top the journal's list of contributors. The keyword ‘exchange rate/real exchange rate’ is the most frequently used in IJFE articles, followed by ‘economic growth.’ IJFE's knowledge structure consists of eight themes: (1) exchange rate mechanism, currency crisis, and capital flows, (2) stock market volatility, (3) effects of credit rating on international financial markets, (4) exchange rate volatility and market efficiency, (5) banking sector efficiency, (6) linkage between financial development and economic growth, (7) technical analysis in the foreign exchange market and R&D investment, and (8) stock markets and environmental sustainability. Using regression analysis, we find five factors positively associated with IJFE citations: lead article in an issue, number of authors, article age, number of tables, and number of references.

Date: 2023
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