Sorin-Ciprian Teiusan, Sorin-Constantin Deaconu


Teleworking is a form of organising and performing work, by which the employee works in another place than the work place organised by the employer and uses information and communication technology. The purpose of this paper is mapping the research trends of teleworking. For this, we conducted a bibliometric analysis on teleworking literature. Through this research we aimed to answer the following questions: How many scientific papers on teleworking have been published in journals? How has the COVID-19 pandemic influenced the interest of researchers on teleworking? What are the most productive journals, countries and authors on the subject of teleworking? What are the most cited papers on teleworking? What are the most frequent keywords in published documents on teleworking? The data used for this study were extracted from the Web of Science database, and the results were produced by the bibliometrix R package.


bibliometrics; digital technology; information and communication technology; telework; work

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