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Date of this Version

Winter 11-25-2019


An analysis of 241 papers published in Malaysian Journal of Library and Information Science during 2007-2018 indicates that the number of papers published as well as the reference per paper has increased in later years as compared to the initial years. The share of single authored papers decreased and multi-authored papers increased during the second block of 2013-2018. Malaysia, the country of origin of the journal published highest number of papers. However, the value of Citation per Paper (CPP) was highest for UK. Among the institutes, University of Malaya (Malaysia) contributed the highest number of papers and University of Dhaka (Bangladesh) had the highest value of CPP. Most of the prolific authors as well as highly cited authors were affiliated to University of Malaya. Among the prolific authors Kiran Kaur of the University of Malaya had the highest value of CPP. University of Malaya also had the highest number of papers in domestic as well as in international collaboration.



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