Management Information System Research Output: A Scientometric Study

  • N Amsaveni
  • M Manikandan


In this study we have made an  attempt to quantitatively analyze the research trends in Manag ement  Infor mation System with the help of scientific publications reflected in the popular database web of science during the period 1989 to 2013 (totally 25 years). This paper presents a study of productivity, characteristics and various aspects of global publication in the field of Management Information System research output. The active author is “Huang GH†from China Agricultural University. Majority of articles from the two, three and four authors team which are really a positive aspect in collaboration. highest contributing authors in three authors team. The highest exponential growth rate is 4.32 percents found during the year 1991.



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How to Cite
Amsaveni, N., & Manikandan, M. (2016). Management Information System Research Output: A Scientometric Study. Journal of Current Trends in Library and Information Science, 1(1& 2), 51-55. Retrieved from