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2016

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Abstract

The present study is modeled with the purpose to explore the quantitative and qualitative assessment of global Management Information System (MIS) research by using various bibliometric indicators on International Journal of Management Reviews (IJMR) journal literature. It examines and presents an analysis of 180 research communications published during the period 1999-2009 in the area of MIS. The present study significantly examines the various bibliometric dimensions of the journal literature such as growth of literature, authorship pattern, degree of collaboration, authors’ productivity, geographical distribution, citation pattern, length of articles, institution-wise distribution of articles, journal matrix, discipline-wise distributions of articles, productive institutions and prolific authors etc.

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