• Syeh Assery Post Graduate Management, STIE Widya Wiwaha, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  • Narong Hassanee Fatoni University, Thailand


green human resource management, green entrepreneurship, SIMPLE, systematic information


Introduction/Main Objectives: This research is aimed to explore the publication related with Green Human Resource Management (GHRM) and Green Entrepreneurship (GE) in Scopus Database. Background Problems: Many previous studies have studied GHRM and GE, but most have studied them separately or in connection with various other concepts.. Novelty: The novelty of this paper explain about GHRM and GE use simple review. Research Methods: This research method uses SIMPLE, a systematic information for manuscript preparation and literature elaboration proposed by the researcher. Simple analysis is performed to obtain the results. Finding/Results: The results found that GHRM article 88, GE article 48 found, GHRM and GE article 1 found. Conclusion: GHRM positively affected GE. Future research is needed to find better results using SLR and bibliometric analysis.


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How to Cite

Assery, S., & Hassanee, N. (2023). GREEN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (GHRM) AND GREEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP (GE): A SIMPLE REVIEW. Prosiding Seminar Nasional Dan Call Paper STIE Widya Wiwaha, 2(1), 20–23. Retrieved from