Track: Digital Transformation of Business Models
Research on m-business continues to develop but is limited to one field or one country. From a bibliometric review, this study aims to visually research mapping and research trends in the field of m-business. This study used bibliometric techniques with secondary data from Scopus. Analyze and visualize data using the VOSViewer program and the analyze search results function on Scopus. This study analyzed 942 scientific documents published from 1970 to 2020. According to the research, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; and Toshihiko Yamakami had the most active affiliated institutions and individual scientists in m-business publication. Computer science and Lecture Notes in Computer Science were the most studied and disseminated outlets of m-business research. There were four category maps of collaborative researchers. Based on the identification of a collection of knowledge generated from the past half-century of publication, this research proposes a grouping of m-business research themes: E-commerce, Mobile devices, Mobile technologies, Innovation and Business model, and Telecommunication, abbreviated as EMMIT research themes.