Bibliometric analysis of literature on knowledge sharing

P.M., Naushad Ali; Malik, Basharat Ahmad; Raza, Ali


This study aims to analyze globally published research papers on Knowledge Sharing (KS) using different bibliometric parameters based on data downloaded from Thomson Reuter’s Web of Science (WoS). Results indicated that an increasing trend was found in annual production during 1990–2016. The two most productive journals are Journal of Knowledge Management and Knowledge Management Research & Practice. Out of the 101 countries that contributed to research papers on ‘knowledge sharing’, USA topped with 689 articles. The City University of Hong Kong of China and the National Central University of Taiwan were the most productive institutions.


Knowledge sharing;Bibliometrics;Knowledge management

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