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Date of this Version

6-15-2021

Abstract

As a leader of the contribution in public policy and scientific knowledge, Policy Studies has impacted a broad audience, both theoretic and practical. This article aims to provide a complete overview of research trends and research themes published in Policy Studies during the period 2015-2020 with a bibliometric approach. Bibliographic data downloaded from Scopus database. The study uses the bibliometric tools with VOSviewer and R studio programming. Findings indicate that Policy Studieshas consistently published in policy science research. During that period, most researchers were from developed countries, and much of their work was influential. Seven main clusters are often discussed in the Policy Studies to more comprehensive detail, the future research not only uses the Scopus indexation but also other credible international indexations.

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