A Bibliometric Analysis Of Workplace Deviance From 2004 To 2020

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Utkarsh Kumar Verma , Dr. Ravindra Tripathi , Ananta Narayana


Purpose: The primary goal is to offer a bibliometric study of the work on workplace deviation. Between 2004 and 2020 till December, 650 research publications were examined out of 259 finalised final considerations. The research aims to identify the most significant journals in this field, the most cited publications in a specific year, and notable authors. After that, an inter-country co-authorship network map is made available.

Methodology: Auther used the Web of Sciences database to look at the information about the different papers in the study and also used the VOS viewer software to make maps of keyword occurrence,co-authorship network ship between countries, and maps of co-authorship.

Findings: The results of this study prove that the leading publication in the year 2017, the most influential journal, is the Journal of Business Ethics. The most cited paper is about developing a measure of workplace deviance. Furthermore, the most prominent authors are Bennett, R. J., and Robinson, S. L. (2000). The United States and the state university of Florida are the countries and schools with the most patents.

Originality/Value: This study provides comprehensive literature on workplace deviance and a reliable picture of this area using bibliometric techniques. The study results help future authors interested in researching this topic.

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