Green Supply Chain Management in Research Trend: Bibliometric Analysis Study
Keywords:green supply chain management, bibliometric, reserch trend
Impact on the environment has become an essential obligation for every company, both in products and services. Inter-supply chain management has transformed in responding to the need to pay attention to environmental impacts into environmental management in line with sustainable development goals (SDGs) called green supply chain management (Green SCM). Green SCM has been widely applied to large industries, but it is still a new thing for small and medium industries and lacks information about the concept and its application. This study explores the published Green SCM indexed in the Scopus database. We conducted a bibliometric analysis of 1,776 Scopus indexed documents from the first year of 1996 to determine the progress of GSCM research. Research trends and keywords that are still relevant and emerging have been explored and explained. Research gaps that require follow-up have been identified, and future research directions have also been discussed.
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