A Bibliometric and Meta Analysis on Green Human Resource Management for Sustainable Practices

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Sarika Sahu, Biswajit Satpathy


Since environmental destructions are the major cause of issues and challenges, management practices with environmental sustainability got a higher priority in recent business practices. Human Resource Management is also playing and contributing various functional strategies to convert the businesses into sustainable one. Environmental sustainability plays a vital role in this concern and therefore Green Human Resource Management is becoming more prevalent as businesses move towards sustainable organizations driven by high emissions and consumption. The study explores different research studies in connection with Green Human Resource Management and identified some concepts and scope for current and future investigations in the field of Human Resource Management. The objective of the current study is to provide a through literature review to support the understanding and concepts for the applicability of GHRM in corporate settings and respond to this emerging phenomenon. The study adopts systematic literature review and meta analysis both to map the theme evolution and conceptual clusters associated to the keywords using Bibliometric analysis. The study includes various analysis, including scientific mapping and performance analysis using Biblioshiny software in Rstudio and Vosviewer software. The paper enhances the insight knowledge of GHRM in the field of management showing the recent trends and various approaches to measure the implementation and application of the same in the corporate world. The research furnish a complete  sketch of GHRM including conceptual  and methodological aspect forming the research a specific guide where researchers shall be encouraged to expand and broaden the area for future potential investigation.

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Sarika Sahu, Biswajit Satpathy. (2024). A Bibliometric and Meta Analysis on Green Human Resource Management for Sustainable Practices. European Economic Letters (EEL), 14(1), 176–196. https://doi.org/10.52783/eel.v14i1.1013