Non-Financial Information: State of the Art and Research Perspectives Based on a Bibliometric Study

@article{Erkens2015NonFinancialIS,
  title={Non-Financial Information: State of the Art and Research Perspectives Based on a Bibliometric Study},
  author={Michael Erkens and Luc Paugam and Herv{\'e} Stolowy},
  journal={SRPN: Accountability (Topic)},
  year={2015}
}
We conduct a bibliometric analysis of academic articles published on the topic of non-financial information (NFI). This analysis covers 787 articles published in 53 journals over the timespan 1973 to 2013. We examine several important questions about the state of the art of academic research on NFI: How is NFI defined in the literature? Can NFI be precisely defined? How has interest in NFI evolved over time in the academic literature? What are the main topics covered by NFI research? What are… 
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