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Dr. Ilan Alon (PhD, Kent State University, USA) is Professor of Strategy and International Marketing at the University of Agder. Prior to that he also had research positions at Harvard University, Georgetown University (USA) and University of International Business and Economics (China). Alon is a researcher in the field of international business with a focus on internationalization, modes of entry, political risk, cultural intelligence and emerging markets.
Ilan Alon publications have appeared in the Harvard Business Review, Management International Review, International Business Review, Journal of International Marketing, International Marketing Review and others. His books were published by Palgrave, Routledge, McGraw-Hill among other imprints. In addition to being a professor, Alon is the Head of International Affairs for the School of Business and Law at the University of Agder and leader of the Emerging Markets research group. He is also Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Emerging Markets and the European Journal of International Management. Ilan Alon has worked with government bodies, non-profit organizations, multinational companies and international association on various projects ranging from capacity development at the macro level to international business development at the firm or project level. Clients include USAID, illy, Darden, Disney, and others.
Dr. Ziaul Haque Munim (PhD, University of Agder, Norway) is Associate Professor of Maritime Logistics at the University of South-Eastern Norway. He pursued PhD degree in International Management from the University of Agder, and M.Sc in Supply Chain Management from the Vienna University of Economics and Business. His main research interests include maritime economics and logistics, forecasting, supply chain management and research methods. He has extensive training in Global Transport Challenges from the University of Oxford and, in Structural Equation Modelling from the University of Cambridge and the University of Oslo. Dr Munim received the Palgrave Macmillan Best Paper Award at the IAME 2016 in Hamburg and, the KLU Young Researcher Best Paper Award at the IAME 2018 in Mombasa. He authored several studies using bibliometric analysis tools and techniques. His publications have appeared in leading journals such as Journal of Business Research, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Resources, Conservation & Recycling, and others. He serves as a Senior Editor in the International Journal of Emerging Markets and a Co-Editor in the Maritime Economist magazine.
On successful completion of the course/programme, the candidate should be able to:
This is a course designed for PhD students who wish to better understand their field of research and gaps in the literature. The course will teach you how to make a contribution to your field based on a bibliometric literature review. Students will be asked to read a variety of published bibliometric articles, review a bibliometric study in a refereed journal, and produce one of their own based on their research interests, to be discussed and approved by the professors. Published professors and editors will guide you through a publishable paper proposal and will help you position yourself as a scholar/researcher in your field.
Deliverable: Submit to an academic conference/journal,
Teaching in the PhD program is discussion-based and requires students to listen to all lectures, do the exercises beforehand, and deeply read all of the articles before starting with online lectures. Students should identify the contribution of each paper, the methods, the strengths and weaknesses, the data, the conclusion and the ways in which the paper can be extended.
SCHEDULE: December 1-15, 2020
Session 1 (Dec 1, 2020): Syllabus and introduction to bibliometrics (Online)
Live session via ZOOM (Course structure, workload and expected outcomes, 60 minutes)
Concepts in literature reviews
Task 1: Quiz test
Lecture Part 2-Download software (13 + 120 minutes)
How to install bibliometric softwares
Session 2 (Dec 2, 2020): Publishing bibliometric studies (Online)
Lecture Part 3
Task 3: Student assigned a relevant bibliometric literature review
Session 3 (Dec 3, 2020): Extract bibliography data (Online)
Lecture Part 4-Databases (26 + 240 minutes)
Session 4 (Dec 10, 2020)): Bibliometrics in practice (Online)
For each of the tasks, please extract your results in a Word or PowerPoint file.
Lecture Part 5-HistCite (32 + 60 minutes)
Citation analysis using HistCite -1
Lecture Part 6-VOSviewer (11 + 60 minutes)
Citation network analysis using VosViewer
Lecture Part 7- CiteSpace
Visualization and trend analysis in CiteSpace (video)
Lecture Part 8-Biblioshiny (22 + 60 minutes)
Advanced analysis with biblioshiny
Session 5 (Dec 15, 2020): Collective and One-on-One Feedback (Online: zoom session)
Task 9: Present a published bibliometric review study (assigned)
Students submit course paper to an appropriate conference or journal
From a student on the EDEN Seminar on Bibliometric Literature Analysis - Janury 9-15, 2020
Great course! Bright professors and students. During the course we also had an opportunity to conduct and present our own research and we got very insightful feedback. I would recommend the course not only to those who are interested in bibliometric analysis, but also to 1st and 2nd year PhD student who would benefit enormously from bibliometric tools (e.g. exploration of relevant sources and articles ) even if their focus is not bibliometric analysis itself.
Interested doctoral students should register online (and add the required documents) no later than October 1, 2020. Besides doctoral students, other researchers may participate. The number of participants will be limited to create a stimulating environment. The selection among the applicants will be conducted by the Institute’s Faculty. They will review the following documents which should necessarily complement each application form:
Upon successful completion of the seminar , the participants will be given a certificate of attendance and granted
- 5 ECTS with paper
The participation fee is 900 € (VAT exempt).
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