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Citespace-Based Analysis of System Resilience Research Hotspots and Trends

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DOI: 10.23977/socsam.2023.040206 | Downloads: 12 | Views: 375

Author(s)

Kun Rong 1, Jialing Li 1, Qingting Huang 1, Guiju Zhu 1

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1 School of Business Administration, Hunan University of Technology and Business, No. 569 Yuelu Avenue, Changsha, China

Corresponding Author

Qingting Huang

ABSTRACT

As a starting point for your analysis, select 630 system resilience-related articles from the CNKI database that were published in CSCD and CSSCI publications between 2001 and 2022. Based on CiteSpace 6.1.3R software, this paper thoroughly examines the annual distribution trend of literature, distribution of published journals, cooperation network of authors and institutions, research hotspots, trends, and future research directions of China's system resilience research. It also uses visual analysis, content analysis, literature statistics, and other methods. It is discovered that the 22 years of system resilience study may be broken down into three key phases. Many topics are covered in system resilience research. They include community resilience, organizational resilience, economic resilience, and urban resilience, with urban resilience research being the most developed of these. In addition, there is a low degree of cooperation between researchers and institutions in China's system resilience research, and there are still a large number of blank segments in the themes of organizational resilience, economic resilience, and supply chain resilience.

KEYWORDS

System resilience, urban resilience, organisational resilience, economic resilience, visualisation analysis

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Kun Rong, Jialing Li, Qingting Huang, Guiju Zhu, Citespace-Based Analysis of System Resilience Research Hotspots and Trends. Social Security and Administration Management (2023) Vol. 4: 41-52. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/socsam.2023.040206.

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