Islamic Economics Literature: A Bibliometric Analysis
The study tested the hypothesis that Islamic economics literature exhibits the features of the Bradfordian Law of Scattering while identifying core authors, publishers, sources of literature, and countries of origin. A database of 3,026 citations was created with information about the four primary measures. The occurrence counts were tabulated and displayed in bibliographs as essential instruments for hypothesis testing. It was found that the hypothesis could not be supported as the immature state of the discipline did not exhibit the features of established disciplines. Cores for authors, publishers, sources, and countries of origin were also identified.
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Rehman, S. ur, & Othman, R. (2013). Islamic Economics Literature: A Bibliometric Analysis. Intellectual Discourse, 2(2). Retrieved from https://journals.iium.edu.my/intdiscourse/index.php/id/article/view/461