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Pattern of Publications in the Journal of Management and Research: A Bibliometric Study From 2014 to 2020
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Introduction. This study examined the pattern of publications in the Journal of Management and Research, University of Management and Technology, Lahore, from 2014 to 2020.
Objectives. The study was carried out to know the year-wise distribution of publications, citations per year, most cited papers, gender-wise distribution, authorship Pattern, length of articles, number of references, geographical affiliation, and institution-wise contribution of publications.
Design/Methodology. The quantitative research design was used, and the bibliometric method was adopted to conduct the study. The data was retrieved from the journal's website, then analyzed through MS Excel, MS Access, and calculator.
Findings. A total number of 79 articles were published in seven volumes (14 issues), 113 citations were received by the articles, "Effects of online shopping trends on consumer-buying behavior: An empirical study of Pakistan" written by Dr. Rizwana Bashir, Isra Mehboob and Waqas Khaliq Bhatti was the most cited paper. The number of individual authors was 44 males and 31 females; three personal authors pattern was dominant with 33 publications. Most of the papers were published in length 26-30 pages and 4369 sources were cited by the authors. Punjab was the most contributed province regarding the number of publications and the University of Management and Technology Lahore, Pakistan, was the most productive institute with 25 papers.