The Research Patterns of Creativity and Innovation: The Period of 2010-2019

Ivanna Shubina, Atik Kulakli

Abstract


The emerging interest in creativity and innovation subjects have increased attention to the exploration of their relationship with organization culture, entrepreneurship, leadership, education, etc. The current bibliometric study was employed to identify and synthesize the results from studies exploring domains of creativity and innovation. Authors analyzed the papers published in highly ranked and cited by the journals which indexed and ranked in Web of Science Core Collection, in the period of 2010 to 2019. Major findings in this study include: (a) the number for journals published in 2010 significantly increase by 2019; (b) there are three leading countries publishing research in the creativity and innovation field, including the USA, PR China and England; (c) there three prominent fields by subject category, including the management and business are the leading field with 58.92% articles, a psychological area with 15.14% articles, and engineering and environmental studies 8.65% articles; (d) among Journal the leading in publishing studies on creativity and innovations is Creativity and Innovation Management Journal with 11 records (6% of published studies). Although findings were dispersed widely in sub-contexts, the review suggests that there are strong relationships between creativity and innovations, along with concepts and environment, culture, organizational characteristics, individual features, entrepreneurship, leadership, etc.

Keywords


bibliometric, creativity, innovation, organization culture, organization climate, Web of Science.

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