This study attempted to analyze the evolution of key documents about corporate social responsibility (CSR). A total of 172 CSR articles in the tourism and hospitality field published between 2006 and 2019 were derived from the Scopus database. A bibliometric mapping method was adopted to visualize the results using the VOSviewer software. Findings showed that hospitality- and tourism-focused journals were the main sources cited in CSR articles. In addition, the use of social identity theory and structural equation modeling was prevalent in such studies, and financial impact was the most common research topic. This study is insightful in mapping the intellectual structure of CSR research as well as the relationships among the subfields of CSR research in the tourism and hospitality field.
- Corporate social responsibility
- Intellectual structure
- Tourism network
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality Management