Energy-Efficient Innovations: Marketing, Management and Law Supporting

Authors:
Volodymyr Panchenko1, Yurii Harust2, Yana Us2, Olena Korobets2, Vladyslav Pavlyk2
1. Volodymyr Vynnychenko Central Ukrainian State Pedagogical University (Ukraine)
2. Sumy State University (Ukraine)
Pages:
256 - 264
Language:
English
Cite as:
Panchenko, V., Harust, Yu., Us, Ya., Korobets, O., & Pavlyk, V. (2020). Energy-Efficient Innovations: Marketing, Management and Law Supporting. Marketing and Management of Innovations, 1, 256-264. http://doi.org/10.21272/mmi.2020.1-21


Annotation

This paper summarises the arguments and counterarguments within the scientific discussion on the issue of promotion energy-efficient innovations by marketing, management and law supporting. The innovative development is considered to be an essential condition to provide a high level of social and economic development. Thus, energy-efficient innovations are considered to be among the most critical drivers of qualitative economic growth and increasing the country’s competitiveness in the world market. Systematisation literary sources and approaches for solving the problem of promoting energy-efficient innovations indicated that government and scientists give the powerful punch in energy-efficient development. In view of this, it is appropriate to do the bibliometric research on publication activity on energy-efficient innovation from law aspect. The primary purpose of the study is to analyse the structure and dynamic of scientific publications in the field of energy-efficient legislation in the economic subject areas. The object of study is the chosen publications indexed in the Scopus database by keywords such as: «energy-efficient innovations», «energy law», «environmental legislation», «energy-efficient policy» in the category «title, abstract, keywords». The current study involved data from 1913 papers published on 13 languages in the subject area «Business. Management and Accounting» and «Economics, Econometrics, and Finance» from 2000 to 2019. Using VOSviewer, bibliometric analysis of publications on the issue of energy-efficient legislation was conducted from the view of the publication activity dynamic, considering the most impact articles, and countries in the issues of energy-efficient legislation researches. According to the obtained results, the increasing dynamic of publication activity from 2000 to 2019 was detected. Furthermore, it was visualised four clusters of countries’ collaborations by co-authorship as follows: 1) between the USA, the EU countries (including the United Kingdom) and China; 2) the EU countries, as well as South American such as Brazil and Chile; 3) African countries and the EU countries; 4) between Asian and African countries. Furthermore, the authors highlighted the most influencing articles in the field of energy-efficient innovations that could be the basis for future investigations promoting innovative activity in the field of energy-efficient development.


Keywords
bibliometric analysis, energy-efficient innovations, environmental legislation, energy policy, Scopus, VOSviewer.


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