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Hsu C.-L.,Takming University of Science and Technology | Chiang C.-H.,Mega Financial Holding Company
Scientometrics | Year: 2015

Service research in information systems (IS) has received attention over many years. This study probes into the development of service science, management, and engineering literatures through the perspective of bibliometrics under IS. Data were based on the science social citation index, from the Institute of Scientific Information Web of Science database. A total of 4,513 entries in a span of 22 years from 1991 to 2012 were collected. This paper implemented and classified service science, service management, and SE articles using the following publication type and language, characteristics of articles outputs, country, subject categories and journals, and the frequency of title-words and keywords used. Also, the paper performs the K–S test to check whether the distribution of author article production follows Lotka’s law. Meanwhile, the analysis indicated the most relevant disciplines for SSME subject category provided by business economics, information science and library science, and computer science. © 2014, Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, Hungary.


Hsu C.-L.,Takming University of Science and Technology | Hsu C.-L.,National Chi Nan University | Chiang C.-H.,Mega Financial Holding Company
Scientometrics | Year: 2015

In previous research (Chiang and Yang in Appl Econ 44(22):2827–2839, 2012), they has been studied to analyze the growth of publication, the subject types, and the journal distributions, etc. for financial risk literatures through the perspective of bibliometrics from 1991 to 2009. From the growing incidence of financial risk Since 2008 year, The event of financial risk greater more impact on the economy, for example, the Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc bankruptcy, the Greek debt crisis, the Latin American sovereign Crisis etc. In this study, we extended previous research up to 2013 and investigates the features of financial crisis literature based on bibliometric methods from: (1) TP: the number of “total articles” of an institution or a country; (2) SP: the number of “single country article” (3) CP: the number of “internationally collaborative article” (4) FP: the number of “first author article”, and (5) RP: the number of “corresponding author article”. The distribution of journal articles was also examined utilizing Bradford’s law and Citation model (Chiu and Ho in Scientometrics 63(1):3–23, 2005). Data were based on the Science Social Citation Index, from the Institute of Scientific Information Web of Science database. A total of 8485 entries from 1926 to 2013 were collected. This paper implemented the following publication type and language, characteristics of articles outputs, country, subject categories and journals, and the frequency of title-words and keywords used. Meanwhile, the analysis indicated the most relevant disciplines for financial crisis subject category provided by economics, business finance, and political science. © 2015 Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, Hungary


Hsu C.-L.,Takming University of Science and Technology | Westland J.C.,University of Illinois at Chicago | Chiang C.-H.,Mega Financial Holding Company
Electronic Commerce Research | Year: 2015

Over the past year, Electronic Commerce Research (ECR) has revised its research focus and benchmarks to more accurately reflect the impact that electronic markets have had on nearly every sector of modern life. Using ECR and several related journals as seeds, we have provided a co-citation study of the research landscape and the journals and people who are central to moving the field forward. Our studies revealed six clusters (cliques) of researchers pursuing distinct programs and topics in Electronic Commerce Research. Our research further elaborated the structure of research within the smaller group of management information systems journals. This research article briefly summarizes these findings in a set of bibliometric maps. © 2015, Springer Science+Business Media New York.

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