About the Journal

BBR - Brazilian Business Review publishes high quality research across all fields of business. Themes include, but are not limited to, management, accounting, controllership, finance, information management, innovation management, strategy, and economics. We welcome papers developed in public, private, or third sector organizations. Published six times a year, BBR is edited and supported by FUCAPE, a top Brazilian business school.

ISSN: 1808-2386 (English)
ISSN: 1807-734X (Portuguese)


Current Issue

Published: 2019-11-01


Editorial

Editorial

Fabio Motoki
Abstract 116 |

Special Section - Sustainability

Environmental Management of Larg Supply Chain: A Diagnostic Instrument Proposed for Assessing Suppliers

Josiano Cesar de Sousa, Murilo Barros Alves, Leonardo Leocádio, Jaqueline Rossato
Abstract 260 | PDF English Downloads 409 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 236

Page 537-554

Financial Reporting Quality and Sustainability Information Disclosure in Brazil

João Antônio Salvador de Souza, Leonardo Flach, José Alonso Borba, Cleber Broietti
Abstract 408 | PDF English Downloads 389 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 227

Page 555-575

Articles

The Effect of Co-authorship Network Density on the Performance of Postgraduate Programs

Jandir Pauli, Kenny Basso, Ravena Lopes Gobi, Alissa Bilhar
Abstract 243 | PDF English Downloads 377 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 238

Page 576-588

Repurchase Intention Conditioned to Economic Confidence in Main Street Retail Districts

Eliane Tanabe Deliberali, Marcelo Moll Brandão, Flávio Santino Bizarrias
Abstract 364 | PDF English Downloads 365 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 195

Page 589-606

What is the Meaning of an Automobile for the Consumer? How Brazilians and Americans Evaluate Cars, a Comparative Model

Breno Giovanni Adaid-Castro, Cláudio Vaz Torres, Thiago Gomes Nascimento
Abstract 147 | PDF English Downloads 353 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 187

Page 607-625

Comparison of VaR Models to the Brazilian Stock Market Under the Hypothesis of Serial Independence in Higher Orders: Are Garch Models Really Indispensable?

Luiz Augusto Finger França Maluf, Jéssica Tamy Asano
Abstract 343 | PDF English Downloads 444 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 221

Page 626-645