A rising amount of literature has underlined the significance of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) in the potential development of China and the rest of the globe. However, little attention has been given to the trend of literature in this field. This study was conducted to reveal the major trends in GBA-related research and construct an intellectual landscape of the relevant studies in the field. This study answers two research questions: What is the current trend in GBA publications? Is there any gap between GBA development plans and academic concerns? Bibliometric details of a total of 277 research documents, published from 2018 to 2022 (May), were retrieved from the Scopus database for further analysis. In particular, the publication trend, the most productive countries, the most productive authors, the top ten source titles, and keywords used in the research area, were explored using bibliometric indicators and visualised by VOS Viewer software. These critical analyses of prior work are considered valuable resources for GBA scholars and practitioners.
|Published - 23 Jun 2022
|International Symposium on Social Policy and Social Services Challenges in the Greater Bay Area - Lingnan University / Zoom , Hong Kong
Duration: 23 Jun 2022 → 23 Jun 2022
|International Symposium on Social Policy and Social Services Challenges in the Greater Bay Area
|23/06/22 → 23/06/22
|An International Symposium on Social Policy and Social Services Challenges in the Greater Bay Area will be held on 23 June 2022 in a hybrid and bilingual mode. The symposium is co-organised by the Asia Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies and Lingnan University-South China University of Technology Joint Research Centre for Greater Bay Area Social Policy and Governance, and is also supported by the School of Graduate Studies, Institute of Policy Studies, and Department of Sociology and Social Policy, Lingnan University.
This International Symposium will be joined by a group of respected scholars worldwide to share their latest research and perspectives concerning social policy and social services challenges in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area (GBA). The themes will be explored at the Symposium include 1) The GBA Development and Implications for Cities and Urban Governance and 2) Social Services Challenges in the GBA.