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International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management

International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management (IJRAM)

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  • A bibliometric analysis of the climate risk literature: 2000-2021   Order a copy of this article
    by Richard Gregory 
    Abstract: This paper presents a bibliometric review of the last two decades' research in climate risk, providing a general picture of the research field regarding classification by paper, author, journal, and publisher. The main objectives of this study are to identify the most relevant research in this field and uncover the newest trends from the information in the Web of Science database. An analysis of the most influential journals, the most cited papers, and the most productive and influential authors are made. Climate risk as a new field of study has undergone tremendous growth in research and popularity but still offers open challenges.
    Keywords: climate risk; bibliometrics.