Category: Bar

BAR – Brazilian Administration Review presents interesting discussions within the field of Business Administration

The first edition of BAR – the Brazilian Administration Review – of 2018 addresses themes relevant to the field of business management. Among the highlights are the internationalization process of small to medium-sized Brazilian companies, financial market risks, and brand abandonment, among others. Read More →

On impact factor and language of publication

Is there a direct relationship in Brazil between a language of publication and the impact factor on Spell electronic library? The editor-in-chief of BAR – Brazilian Administration, Prof. Salomão Farias, makes a few reflections about this and invites you all to check BAR’s third edition – Volume 14, number 3, 2017. Read More →

Internationalizing our publication – the increase in the number of submissions to the BAR from countries located in different continents

BAR’s second issue brings six interesting articles to all readers with different topics such as Strategy, Social & Environmental Management and Public Administration. In this issue, we have contributions from Brazilian authors and also articles from authors affiliated to Portugal, South Africa, Peru and Tanzania. Read More →

BAR’s new issue brings interesting topics to our readers, such as social networks, Brazilian stock market, gender differences, among others

In the first issue of 2017, BAR ‒ Brazilian Administration Review presents five interesting articles to all readers. The journal has published these articles online as soon as they were ready, seeking to maintain the diversity of topics. In this way, we have article from Finance, Organizational Theory, International Management, among other themes. Read More →

How do an individual’s social network, self-monitoring and future orientation relate to ethical decision-making?

This research, from authors Ana Carla Bon, Roger James Volkema and Jorge Ferreira da Silva, represents a step forward to our understanding of ethical decision-making through the adoption of multiple and simultaneous factors, proposing an integrated theory of individual and situational factors influencing unethical decision-making. Read More →

How do an individual’s social network, self-monitoring and future orientation relate to ethical decision-making?

The study endeavors to answer the following research question: how do subsidiaries build their networking sites in emerging economies, such as Brazil? The objective of this article is to ascertain how subsidiaries build their networks within a host country that is an emerging economy. Read More →