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The aim of a literature review is to show "that the writer has studied existing work in the field with insight." It is not enough merely to show what others in your field have discovered. You need to view the work of others with insight, to review it critically. An effective review analyses and synthesizes material, and it should meet the following requirements. . . more. . . Guide to lit reviews from the University of Melbourne)
This study presents a systematic review of the relevant literature between the years 2004 and 2015, focusing on medical teleoperated robotic systems which have witnessed tremendous growth over the examined period.
This paper converges the discussions on social capital in the operations management literature by way of a systematic literature review of 3- and 4-star journals. Human resource management, voluntary work and entrepreneurship were identified as minor them