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Title: A bibliometric analysis of cash holdings literature: Current status, development, and agenda for future research
Authors: Khatib, SFA
Abdullah, DF
Hendrawaty, E
Elamer, AA
Keywords: cash holdings;financial policy;corporate governance;payout policy;corporate social responsibility;bibliometric analysis
Issue Date: 9-Mar-2021
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Khatib, S. F., A., Abdullah, D., Hendrawaty, E. and Elamer, A.A. (2021) ‘A bibliometric analysis of cash holdings literature: Current status, development, and agenda for future research’, Management Review Quarterly, 0 (in press), pp. 1-38. doi: 10.1007/s11301-021-00213-0.
Abstract: Copyright © The Author(s) 2021. Despite the growing interest in exploring the cash holding aspects among scholars, systematic reviews and comprehensive evaluation in this area has been limited. Also, there is only a fragmented understanding about how the cash holdings concept is formed among researchers and experts. We fill this gap in the literature by identifying and evaluating the research development of cash holdings topic. Using 874 articles from the Scopus database that were published between 1947 and early 2020, bibliometric and content analyses were employed to assess the patterns of global cash holdings research. We find that previous studies have substantially enriched our knowledge of the antecedents and consequences of cash holdings. Yet, there are still several opportunities to make significant contributions in this area. The contribution of this research is to provide a comprehensive evaluation of the development of cash holdings research (using a sizeable archival database). It identifies the current joint development and potential opportunities for future work directions on cash holdings association with payout policy, corporate social responsibility, and corporate governance. Our results are likely to be of interest to academics, practitioners, and educators in related business and finance fields.
URI: https://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/22262
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11301-021-00213-0
ISSN: 2198-1620
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