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Digital Transformation in Latin America – A Bibliometric Landscape of a Nascent Field

Julián David Cortés-Sánchez
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Julián David Cortés-Sánchez: Universidad del Rosario

No 65vjq, SocArXiv from Center for Open Science

Abstract: This study presents the first bibliometric analysis of the subject of Digital Transformation (DT) in Latin America (LATAM). Social network analysis and text-mining was implemented. It was found that the co-authorship network is geographically diverse and influenced by Brazil and Mexico, yet disconnected from the majority of LATAM countries. Research output and impact are increasing but still far from global dynamics and not yet permeated by the open access agenda. Finally, the most consolidated research topics associated with DT are “Industry 4.0”, “smart manufacturing” and the “Internet of Things”.

Date: 2019-04-26
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DOI: 10.31219/osf.io/65vjq

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