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 supported by FUCAPE, a top Brazilian business school.


Current Issue

Published: 2019-05-01


Editorial

Editorial

Fabio Motoki
Abstract 100 |

Special Section - Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Internationalization and the Need of Business Model Innovation – A Theoretical Approach

Moema Pereira Nunes, Fernanda Kalil Steinbruch
Abstract 364 | PDF English Downloads 118 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 232

Page 207-221

The influence of open innovation on domestic sales in Brazilian industry: an analysis of the Innovation Survey 2014 based on structural equation modeling

Fábio Hiroshi Tomoyose, Isabel Cristina dos Santos, Ana Cristina de Faria
Abstract 361 | PDF English Downloads 73 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 118

Page 222-238

Influence of Strategic Knowledge Management on Firm Innovativeness and Performance

Guillermo Davila, Gregorio Varvakis, Klaus North
Abstract 343 | PDF English Downloads 88 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 203

Page 239-254

Entrepreneurial Competencies and Strategic Behavior: a Study of Micro Entrepreneurs in an Emerging Country

Gustavo Behling, Fernando César Lenzi
Abstract 335 | PDF English Downloads 114 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 150

Page 255-272

Gender and Entrepreneurship: a comparative study between the Causation and Effectuation approaches

Felipe Luiz Neves Bezerra de Melo, Rafael Rodrigues da Silva, Tatiane Nunes Viana de Almeida
Abstract 262 | PDF English Downloads 66 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 154

Page 273-296

Articles

Earnings Management and Quarterly Discretionary Accruals Level in the Brazilian Stock Market

Rodolfo Maia Rosado Cascudo Rodrigues, Clayton Levy Lima de Melo, Edilson Paulo
Abstract 339 | PDF English Downloads 90 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 150

Page 297-314

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