This study aims to map articles in the Jurnal Akuntansi dan Keuangan Indonesia (JAKI) published by the Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia, for ten years (2011 to 2020). This study deployed a bibliometric analysis as an investigative method. The data were analyzed with R biblioshiny analytical framework. The findings revealed that JAKI was considerably consistent in publishing articles every period. JAKI publishes six articles each number and two publication numbers annually. In particular, there were 120 articles gained from 2011 to 2020. Based on the analysed articles, the most frequently emerging word from unigrams was ‘study’ and ‘earnings management’ from bigrams. Additionally, the most popular topics during those years (2011 to 2020) were 'income', 'risk', 'slack', 'foreign', and 'direct.’ Moreover, the most closely related words to other words encompassed ‘study’, ‘result’, and ‘research.’ Further, the words ‘study', 'result', and 'effect' represented a strong density and centrality of words. Therefore, they should be cultivated.

Bahasa Abstract

Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk memetakan artikel dalam Jurnal Akuntansi dan Keuangan Indonesia (JAKI) yang diterbitkan oleh Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Indonesia selama sepuluh tahun (2011 hingga 2020). Penelitian ini menggunakan analisis bibliometrik sebagai metode investigasi. Data dianalisis dengan kerangka analitik R biblioshiny. Temuan menunjukkan bahwa JAKI cukup konsisten dalam menerbitkan artikel setiap periode. JAKI menerbitkan enam artikel setiap nomor dan dua nomor publikasi setiap tahun. Secara khusus, ada 120 artikel yang diperoleh sejak tahun 2011 hingga 2020. Berdasarkan artikel yang dianalisis, kata yang paling sering muncul dari unigram adalah 'studi' dan 'manajemen laba' dari bigrams. Selain itu, topik yang paling populer selama tahun-tahun tersebut (2011 hingga 2020) adalah 'pendapatan', 'risiko', 'kendur', 'asing', dan 'langsung'. Selain itu, kata-kata yang paling erat hubungannya dengan kata lain mencakup 'belajar'. , 'hasil', dan 'penelitian'. Selanjutnya, kata 'studi', 'hasil', dan 'efek' mewakili kepadatan dan sentralitas kata yang kuat. Karena itu, mereka harus dikembangkan.


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