Hall of fame for mobile commerce and its applications: A bibliometric evaluation of a decade and a half (2000-2015)

@article{Hew2017HallOF,
  title={Hall of fame for mobile commerce and its applications: A bibliometric evaluation of a decade and a half (2000-2015)},
  author={Jun-Jie Hew},
  journal={Telematics and Informatics},
  year={2017},
  volume={34},
  pages={43-66}
}
This study intends to evaluate the current development and trends of researches on mobile commerce and its applications through bibliometric analysis. Several publication characteristics were examined, on top of lists for most cited articles on this area and most studied mobile commerce applications. Through the data gathered from Web of Science database, this study employs several measures, namely impact factor, h-index, and citation counts to evaluate the productivity, impact, and research… CONTINUE READING

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