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Digitalization and Enterprise Innovation: Research Hotspots and Frontier Trends

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DOI: 10.23977/ieim.2022.050603 | Downloads: 16 | Views: 229

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Yuhan Zhang 1

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1 School of Economics and Management, Southwest University of Science and Technology, Mianyang, 621010, China

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Yuhan Zhang

ABSTRACT

The rapid development of digital technologies has profoundly changed the way that companies produce, create, and interact with their collaborators. Since 4G networks became widespread in 2014, the impact of the Internet, information technology, and digitalization on business innovation have received much attention from scholars. This paper uses CiteSpace software to conduct a bibliometric and visual analysis of 784 documents from the WOS Core Collection on digitalization and enterprise innovation in the last decade of research, to visualize the research collaboration network, research hotspots, and evolutionary trends of research in this field, and to summarize the hotspots and frontier trends of research in this field, with a view to providing assistance for future research.

KEYWORDS

Digitalization, Enterprise Innovation, Literature Measurement, Frontier Trends

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Yuhan Zhang, Digitalization and Enterprise Innovation: Research Hotspots and Frontier Trends. Industrial Engineering and Innovation Management (2022) Vol. 5: 13-22. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/ieim.2022.050603.

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