Development of Halal Education in Southeast Asia: Bibliometric Analysis

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Eman Puspita Handayani
Ali Mudlofir
Yunus Abu Bakar
Mu'adz Mu'adz


This research aims to determine the development of halal education in the Southeast Asia region. by using the application, you can find publication mapping from various scientific articles, both from Google Scholar, Eric, Scopus, and Elsevier. From the results of the analysis, it was found that the development of research and publications on halal education had not yet developed, this was proven by unstable publications in the period before 2021, there was a vacuum in publications, while from 2021 to 2022 it had not developed rapidly. This is an opportunity for researchers, especially in the field of education, to conduct halal research. The fields of business, economics and industry dominate halal publications.

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E. P. Handayani, A. Mudlofir, Y. A. Bakar, and M. Mu’adz, “Development of Halal Education in Southeast Asia: Bibliometric Analysis”, Int.J.Halal.Res, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 26-36, Jun. 2023.


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