Tag: Editorial Professionalization

Trans/Form/Ação inaugurates new practices for the evaluation and review of manuscripts and knowledge democratization

Trans/Form/Ação: Philosophy journal of Unesp innovates by inaugurating the comments modality on articles approved for publication. Besides this activity, the journal increases already consolidated practices in order to guarantee the transparency and quality of reviews and approved texts, strengthening the free and universal democratization of knowledge, as “Open Science” advocated principles. Read More →

How can Brazilian scholars say something that would be of interest globally and have an impact on the work done in the global North?

Brazilian researchers have been encouraged to internationalize their research, but how should the researcher from the global South deal with context in the international dialogue to avoid being perceived as the exotic Other? In its third issue, BAR brings an interview related to the challenge of publishing research from a global perspective. Read More →

Methodology for development of “in-house indicators” for scholarly journals in consolidation

Adherence to quality criteria required by indexing agencies is an essential condition for managers in order to achieve performance success of scientific journals under their responsibility. In a recent study researchers verified and tested “household indicators” for journals still under consolidation, based on data sources under the grasp or domain of such managers. Read More →

Decoloniality is the topic of the Special Week of the Brazilian Journal on Presence Studies at the SciELO in Perspective Blog | Humanities

From October 22 to 26, 2018, the Brazilian Journal on Presence Studies will participate at the SciELO Blog Special Week. During this period, the reader will be able to better understand the scope of the journal and follow the studies published in number 4, 2018 that addresses the relations between the field of Performance and the Decolonial perspectives in research. Read More →

What is the ideal number of co-authors in a single article?

BAR – Brazilian Administration Review’s mission is to contribute to a deeper understanding of Business Theory and its managerial implications by means of the international dissemination of theoretical and empirical articles produced by the Brazilian academia as well as by researchers from other countries. Beginning this year, submitted articles should have no more than five authors per article. The editor-in-chief of BAR, Prof. Salomão Farias, makes a few reflections about this topic. Read More →