SANCTIONS WARS AS A TOOL OF GLOBAL COMPETITION AND THEIR REFLECTION IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND QUERIES (THE CASE OF RUSSIA AND IRAN)

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global competition, sanctions wars, world economic system, Russia, Iran, bibliometric analysis, scientific publications

Abstract

The paper is based on the study of modern sanctions wars as a tool of global competition and attempts to justify the relevance of this scientific issue using bibliometric analysis. The paper uses the Dimensions database for the analysis. The paper examines the dynamics of query popularity according to Google Trends. As part of the study, the authors created a visualization of scientific networks that study the economic sanctions enacted against Iran. The results of the analysis of scientific publications and queries about the economic sanctions against Russia and Iran have shown that they depend on the timing of the introduction of sanctions measures and their transformation.

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2021-03-24

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Zolotarev, O. V. ., Khakimova, A. K., Tayebi, S. K., Ryazanova, O. E., & Zolotareva, V. P. (2021). SANCTIONS WARS AS A TOOL OF GLOBAL COMPETITION AND THEIR REFLECTION IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND QUERIES (THE CASE OF RUSSIA AND IRAN). JOURNAL OF REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS, 2(1), 24-31. Retrieved from http://jraic.com/index.php/tor/article/view/16

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COMPETITIVENESS IN THE EMPIRICAL RESEARCH