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BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL EDUCATION RESEARCH BASED ON SCIENTIFIC MAPS🔗

ANÁLISIS BIBLIOMÉTRICO DE LA INVESTIGACIÓN EN EDUCACIÓN FINANCIERA BASADO EN MAPAS CIENTÍFICOS🔗

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Author(s)🔗

Antonio Alcázar-Blanco , Universidad de Extremadura, Spain
Jessica Paule-Vianez , Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain
José Francisco Rangel-Preciado , Universidad de Extremadura, Spain

https://doi.org/10.35564/jmbe.2021.0011

Abstract🔗

This study aims to analyze the intellectual structure of research in Financial Education from bibliometric techniques from 1970 to 2020. To carry out this analysis, the SciMAT software has been used with which the performance and scientific production have been extracted, as well as the most important topics within the area of Financial Education through the analysis of the co-occurrence of keywords. The results obtained show how Financial Education is a research area with great potential and growth expectations, finding that the most prominent topics within this research area are risk management, user savings and spending, and use of money. This study contributes to the analysis of Financial Education in different fields, helping to understand its intellectual structure.

Keywords
Financial Education, Bibliometric analysis, Scimat, Scientific maps, Co-occurrence analysis

Resumen🔗

El presente estudio se propone analizar la estructura intelectual de la investigación en Educación Financiera a partir de técnicas bibliométricas desde 1970 hasta 2020. Para llevar a cabo este análisis se ha utilizado el software SciMAT con el que se ha extraído el rendimiento y la producción científica, así como los temas más importantes dentro del área de Educación Financiera mediante el análisis de co-ocurrencia de palabras clave. Los resultados obtenidos muestran como la Educación Financiera es un área de investigación con un gran potencial y expectativas de crecimiento, encontrándose que los temas más destacados dentro de esta área de investigación son la gestión del riesgo, el ahorro y el gasto de los usuarios y la utilización del dinero. Este estudio contribuye al análisis de la Educación Financiera en distintos campos ayudando a una comprensión de su estructura intelectual.

Palabras clave
Educación Financiera, Análisis bibliométrico, Scimat, Mapas científicos, Análisis de co-ocurrencia

Received
15 April 2021

Accepted
4 June 2021

Copyright
This is an open access article under the CC BY-NC license.

Citation🔗

Alcázar-Blanco, A.; Paule-Vianez, J.; & Rangel-Preciado J.F. (2021). Bibliometric analysis of financial education research based on scientific maps. Journal of Management and Business Education, 4(2), x-x. https://doi.org/10.35564/jmbe.2021.0011

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