COVID-19 in business, management, and economics: Research perspectives and bibliometric analysis

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Daniel Aristizábal Torres
Ana María Barrera Rodríguez
Paola Andrea Echeverri Gutiérrez


This document aims to analyze co-citations with computational tools to identify the research perspectives related to COVID-19 in the areas of business, management, and economy. In addition, a bibliometric analysis is carried out that includes annual productivity, the most relevant authors, countries and institutions, the most cited documents, collaboration networks, and co-authorship. Information obtained from the Web of Science database found 4,347 documents published between the years 2020 and 2021 that were scientifically mapped in this field. An analysis of the research perspectives was carried out. The perspectives were determined through an analysis of co-citations from the application of a clustering algorithm using Gephi. In addition, tools such as Bibliometrix and VOSviewer were used for the development of bibliometric analysis. Through open-access tools, five perspectives related to the impact of COVID-19 on business, management, and economics were found. The first analyzes the effects on financial markets; the second presents the effects on tourism and consumer behavior; the third indicates the socio-economic effects of applying policies; the fourth presents the environmental and public health impacts; and the fifth shows the impacts on gender.


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Aristizábal Torres, D., Barrera Rodríguez, A. M., & Echeverri Gutiérrez, P. A. (2022). COVID-19 in business, management, and economics: Research perspectives and bibliometric analysis. Brazilian Administration Review, 19(3), e220016.
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