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Winter 2017

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Abstract

The Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management (EJKM) is an online open access peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles with regard to the development of both theory and practice in the field of Knowledge Management. The present paper examines the articles published in EJKM during the period from 2003-13 for identifying the publication output, authorship pattern, degree of collaboration, most prolific contributors, geographical distribution of papers, referencing pattern, self citation pattern and several other characteristics. The results of this study reveal that that the year 2009 is the most productive year, research papers are given more importance than other categories of publications. Majority of papers are multi- authored. The degree of collaboration is found to be 0.70. The geographical distribution reveals that the contribution by United Kingdom is highest.

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