Research Trend in Halal: A Bibliometric Analysis Using the Scopus Database
Halal research started in the early 2000s and has been growing since 2015 until now. As the halal industry keeps developing and expanding, more research is needed to contribute ideas and findings to improve the halal industry. This study aims to examine previous studies on halal and find the gaps for future research. A sample of 879 articles published in the Scopus database from 1997 to 2020 was analysed using bibliometric analysis. The authors used Microsoft Excel and VOSviewer software to study information about journals, articles, authors, citations, keywords, and countries. The analysis reveals halal research trends according to the publication, authors, countries, subject area, journals, and theme by the topics and abstracts. This study also exposes gaps in halal research and gives suggestions for future studies.
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