Entrepreneurship Studies in Higher Education: A Bibliometric Analysis from Canada
Volume VI 2022, No 1, Pages: 64-82
Ravikiran Dwivedula, Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Arts, Brandon University, Canada, email address:firstname.lastname@example.org
Diganta Chakrabarti, Associate Professor, Department of Human Resources, Flame University, India, e- mail: email@example.com
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to identify broad themes that are pertinent to the study of Entrepreneurship in Canadian higher education institutions. 51 peer-reviewed papers formed the theoretical corpus of our qualitative analysis. We employed co-occurrence of keywords to identify research themes that appeared in our theoretical corpus. Keywords that occur together most frequently across the corpus were extracted and grouped into clusters. Each of these clusters represents a theme common to the keywords it encompasses. We used VOSViewer 1.6.10 for our analysis. The five themes extracted from the theoretical corpus are: Integration with business education; Adopting global approach; Academic research in entrepreneurship; Robust education policy; Educational innovation. We discussed the implications for entrepreneurship education.
Keywords: Canada, higher education, entrepreneurship, bibliometric analysis, VOS Viewer.