Business Resilience During Covid-19: A Scientometric Using R
This scientometric study investigates the current state of various studies on the Business Resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic published by journals equipped with a digital-object-identifier. The analysis is focused on descriptions of the characteristics and trends of keywords, authors, and journals. The data analyzed were 1,644 research publications in Scopus (https://scopus.com). The search used to determine the research dataset was last updated on May 27, 2022. Descriptive statistical methods were used, and bibliometric analysis was performed using the R Biblioshiny to determine the bibliometric map. The number of articles discussing the Business Resilience theme has been quite significant in the last two years. Many journals publish this theme, among which the most are IFIP Advance in Information and Communication Technology Journal which contains several authors who research this theme with various keywords. The most productive writer is Ivanic D. The most popular keywords used are organizational resilience, supply chain resilience, and sustainability. Finally, COVID-19 impacts business activities, so to be more substantial in the future, companies must consider several things that can support business resilience, including organizational resilience, supply chain resilience, and sustainability
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