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Aims & Scope
The BBR – Brazilian Business Review has as its mission to contribute to the construction and updating of knowledge of accounting, economics, administration and related areas through the disclosure of empirical and theoretical articles.
- To make available and accessible the empirical and theoretical articles in business area.
- To encourage the interdisciplinary debate as well as the critical vision of the knowledge of accounting, economics and business administration;
- To support academic activities and the accounting and administrative action of private and public organizations, and those of the third sector, with texts that contribute both to the Academy and to managerial practice;
- Provide to teachers, researchers and students of management courses, accounting and related areas, be aware of research results and academic production developed post-graduate programs in Brazil and abroad.
Teachers, researchers, graduate and postgraduate students in Accounting, Economics, Administration and related areas and professionals in Brazil and abroad.
BBR – Brazilian Business Review has as its main focus, although not exclusive, the publication of works on themes about management of business, of information and of innovation, as well as strategy, business economy, controllership and accounting.
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The evaluation purpose is to help authors improve the quality of their work, providing constructive evaluations made by academic experts within a reasonable period of time. The BBR – Brazilian Business Review considers the process of evaluation a fundamental stage for the improvement of articles. Therefore, the reviewers of BBR – Brazilian Business Review are encouraged to present, besides their opinion on the article, suggestions on the contents and text.
The evaluation process of articles submitted to BBR – Brazilian Business Review consists of two stages. The first one is an Editor and Associate Editor’s preliminary evaluation that verifies the suitability of the work in relation to the periodical’s editorial line and they make the Desk Review evaluation. The second one, which is the actual evaluation, in the double blind review system, to be held by two ad hoc consultants.
The evaluation considers, primarily, the scientific quality of the text, focusing on the following aspects:
- The theme should have contemporary relevance;
- Originality of the work;
- Theoretical relevance and consistency of the text for development of the area of knowledge;
- Quality of the theoretical reference used;
- Quality of the writing and text organization;
- Contribution to administrative knowledge and/or for administrative action of corporations;
- Methodology used: suitability, quality, and level of sophistication;
- Quality analysis and data discussion (if any);
- Conclusions: attainment, fundamentals and coherence;
The evalution result will be forwarded to the leading author of the paper by e-mail.
From March 2012, the number of authors in articles is limited to four, except for submissions prior to this date.
The consultant’s opinion will be given approximately 90 days after acceptance Desk Review the article;
Once approved, the article go through spelling and grammaras check , as well as translation and revision for the English language (or the Portuguese language if submitted in English), before it is published on the BBR - Brazilian Business Review.
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For researches carried out directly with human beings, ethical precepts related to the conduction, as well as the report of the research, are the sole responsibility of the authors, following the ethical recommendations contained in the Declaration of Helsinki (available at http://www.wma.net). Authors should fully observe the standards contained in the CNS Resolution No. 196 dated October 10th, 1996, the National Health Council (available at http://conselho.saude.gov.br/resolucoes/reso_96.htm), and complementary resolutions for special situations. Ethical procedures adopted in the research should be described in the final paragraph of the Methods section making mention to the number of approval protocol by Research Ethics Committee.
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