Studies on Startup Success in Southeast Asia: a Bibliometrics Analysis with Scopus Dataset Between 2001-2020
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- startup; success; bibliometrics; review; science mapping; startup success rating
The topic of startup success is receiving more and more attention from scholars, although there are still no comprehensive studies on this topic. This study contributes to this research gap by collecting the studies of scholars from the Southeast Asia (SEA) region from the Scopus dataset from 2001-2020. This study focuses on solving problems related to the topic: overall volume, growth pattern, geographical distribution, the most important source (journals or conferences), authors and research groups (through number of published documents and citations), documents (through number of citations and number of citations per year) and topics (through frequency of keywords. Excel and VOS viewer tools are used to process the data and extract the maps.
Brief description of research purpose
The purpose of research is to examine the interest of Southeast Asian scholars on the topic of startup success. Startups are mentioned as organizations in the broader theme of entrepreneurship.
Brief description of research motivation
The topic of success has been approached from different angles in the broader theme of entrepreneurship, such as entrepreneurial success, business success. However, there is a research gap on the success of startups as an organization.
Research design, approach and method:
Brief description of research design, approach and method.
This article used biometric analysis to examine trends in the literature regarding startup success among SEA scholars. The samples are selected from the Scopus database. VOS viewer tools are used to process the data and extract the maps.
Brief description of main findings.
The study focuses on four main aspects: (i) overall volume, growth pattern and geographic distribution of the extant publications on start-up success, (ii) Scientific collaboration network analysis, (iii) the most important outlets, research groups and publications on startup success, (iv) the most important research topics on startup success.
In addition, the study also highlights the lack of research on measuring startup success rating, written by SEA regional scholar.
Brief description of practical/managerial implications
Research shows that despite growing interest from the academic community, the startup’s successful knowledge base does not include academics and research teams who are actually productive and engaging in the topic. Research results suggest future research topics, with emphasis on measuring startup success rating.
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TY - CONF AU - TOAN-Vu Le AU - BINH-Van Tran PY - 2021 DA - 2021/12/07 TI - Studies on Startup Success in Southeast Asia: a Bibliometrics Analysis with Scopus Dataset Between 2001-2020 BT - Proceedings of the International Conference on Emerging Challenges: Business Transformation and Circular Economy (ICECH 2021) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 320 EP - 330 SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/aebmr.k.211119.031 DO - 10.2991/aebmr.k.211119.031 ID - Le2021 ER -