The Relation between Climate Change and Carbon Emission Trading: A Bibliometric Analysis
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Keywords:Climate Change, Carbon Emission Trading, Bibliometric analysis, Web of Scopus, VOSviewer
AbstractThe goal of this study is to illustrate the value that climate change adds to carbon emission trading by examining the papers that were found by doing a literature review on Scopus databases. In this study, the journal addressing the topic of "carbon emission trading" with the maximum number of records from the sources included in the "Web of Scopus" content has been chosen. The terms "climate change" and "carbon emission trading" should be searched for simultaneously in every paper published in the journal between the years of 2001 and 2022, according to research utilizing bibliometric analysis. To get at the results and an explanation of the data, a bibliometric analysis and citation mapping process are conducted taking into account all factors. VOSviewer is used to show co-authorship analysis of keywords, co-authorship analysis of citation networks, and bibliometric networks of results and findings in the form of scientific mapping. A technique for assessing a single journal's performance is bibliometric analysis. The validity of a single journal can be evaluated using bibliometric analysis, however there are some restrictions to be aware of. This situation is described in detail as a study constraint. A technique for assessing a single journal's performance is bibliometric analysis. The validity of a single journal can be evaluated using bibliometric analysis, however there are some restrictions to be aware of. One drawback of bibliometric analysis is that it relies on quantitative measurements, like citation counts, which ignore the caliber of the research. It is possible to assess a single journal's performance using bibliometric analysis, but it's necessary to be aware of its limits. The findings of a bibliometric analysis were used in this study to identify contributions, gaps, and limitations. The issue is organized around four clusters: IC, climate change, carbon emission trading, emission trading and carbon dioxide. It is appropriate to emphasize the paper's originality because previously unknown themes are handled in a creative way.
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Ladewi, Y., Meiryani, M., Syamil, A., Agustini, A., & Winoto, A. (2023). The Relation between Climate Change and Carbon Emission Trading: A Bibliometric Analysis. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 14(1), 686–697. https://doi.org/10.32479/ijeep.15206