A BIBLIOMETRIC REVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGICAL CAPITAL
Abstract. Recently psychological capital has become a significant theme of organizational behavior. This paper presents a review of the psychological capital by using bibliometric techniques analysis. The purpose of this article is to guide comprehensive bibliometry analysis by answering questions, how are the psycap articles classified, what are the trends of authentic leadership research, themes that have many publications and what theme opportunities for future research. Several articles found selected with the qualifications of one and two quartile journal categories as well as several other criteria with the period of publication of articles starting January 1, 1997, to March 31, 2019 (22 years).
This paper produces several clusters on the theme of psychological capital, such as performance, employee and organization, commitment, behavior, and HERO. Each emerging cluster will provide information on trends in the research area in the field of psychological capital. Finally, the comprehensive bibliometric analysis provide the reference and advice for the researchers and practitioners interested in psychological capital
Keywords: organizational behavior, leadership research, performance, employement
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