Bibliometric Analysis of the Global Traditional Knowledge during 1989-2015

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Author(s): Hydar Ali , Ambika, Chikkamanju

The study examines research performance of global Traditional Knowledge during the period of 1989 to 2015. A total of 24347 records were obtained for analyzing the measure of type documents, the growth of publications, authorship pattern, geographical distribution, institution wise distribution and the journal wise distribution. The result of the study is the highest publication were 2465 in 2015, among the productivity of authors during the period of study, Pieroni A and Zhang Y is the most productive authors who published each 40 papers with first place, and aamong countries, the USA produced 7844 of articles and it occupied the first place.


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