Scientific Output of the European Journal of Tourism Research: A Bibliometric Overview and Visualization
Keywords:Bibliometrics; Visualization; Peer-reviewed articles; Scopus database; the EJTR
This paper aims to analyse and visualise the scientific output of the European Journal of Tourism Research (EJTR) by employing a set of bibliometric metrics; including productive and impact measures, co-authorship analysis, co-citation analysis, and co-occurrence analysis. The collected and analyzed data involved 304 peer-reviewed articles published in the EJTR during the period from 2008 to 2020 within Scopus database. The results indicated that there is a substantial growing trend and evolution in publications and ranking of the EJTR during the given period. Additionally, a number of leading institutions and countries significantly contributed to the EJTR. Moreover, some top-tier academic journals and authors cited the articles published by the EJTR. Furthermore, the co-occurrence analysis identified seven clusters of research areas among the EJTR published papers over the selected period. Theoretical and practical contributions are presented as well as limitations and further research avenues are outlined.
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Copyright (c) 2021 Mohammad Soliman, Oleksii Lyulyov , Hanna Shvindina, Ronnie Figueiredo, Tetyana Pimonenko
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