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Creating Social Value Through Social Entrepreneurship
It is a scientific study citing another scientific study.
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Dynamic of the Evaluation of Social Entrepreneurship Concept: A Bibliometric Analysis
Muhammet Fatih Şengüllendi (Beykent University, Turkey)
Copyright: © 2021 |Pages: 24
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-4727-4.ch002
Research on social entrepreneurship has increased especially in the last 10 years. The reason for this is the contribution of social entrepreneurship to both social and economic development. The purpose of this research is to perform a bibliometric analysis of a total of 926 social entrepreneurship articles in the WoS (Web of Science) database. These data reveal the most prestigious authors, countries, journals, and articles in the field of social entrepreneurship. In addition, other concepts related to social entrepreneurship were visualized with co-word analysis. As a result of the analysis, the chapter is presented with ideas to show how scientific research progresses in the field and for future studies. At the same time, it explains the recent form in Turkish studies using the TR-Index database.
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Citation Based Indicators in Evaluation of Quality and Performance of Research and Researchers
To quote or refer to an authority outside oneself, usually in support of a point or conclusion or by way of explanation or example (Reitz, 2004).
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