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2020

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This study deals with Business literature produced by Indian Institutes of Technology. We hope this manuscript will suit your esteemed Journal to be published. It is not submitted to any other Journals for consideration.

Abstract

The present study assesses business research in Indian Institute of Technologies (IITs). The publications of IITs in business, Management and Accounting recorded in Scopus database dates back to 1963. The study analyzed top performing nine IITs and found 5000 publications during 1963 to 2019. Bibliometric analysis is implemented on data retrieved from Scopus database. The study identifies annual growth, prolific authors, authorship trend, leading journals and Bradford’s Law is tested on the collected data of Scattering in different sources

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