The RAUSP Management Journal is a quarterly publication dedicated to disseminating scientific work that contributes to the advancement of management theory and practice, a mission it has been fulfilling without interruption for more than 40 years.
The work it publishes primarily serves the academic community, but should also contribute to the advancement of management practice.
The Journal of Administration publishes original works by Brazilian and foreign authors selected on the basis of relevance, originality and quality, through a double blind review process.
The Rausp Management Journal, as a generalist journal, publishes articles in various thematic areas of Administration, including: Corporate Governance; Entrepreneurship; Finance and Accounting; Human Resources; Information Systems Management; International Management; Management Education and Research; Marketing; Operations and Supply Chain Management; Organization and Management Theory and History; Public and Non-Profit Management; Research Methods; Strategy and Business Economics; Sustainability Management and Corporate Social Responsibility; Technology and Innovation Management.
Occasionally, papers on other themes may be evaluated for publication if they are considered to be of interest to the journal’s readership.
Papers can be developed according to multiple perspectives and approaches, through both testing and empirical research, which can be based on different theoretical perspectives, approaches, methods and techniques.
To facilitate the access of the international community of readers and authors to its content and research through indexing systems, RAUSP publishes all articles in English.
It is important that articles submitted for review and possible publication in RAUSP be original and unpublished, nationally or internationally, nor under evaluation in any other journal.
Earlier versions of the work may, however, have been presented at conferences or published through internal “working papers” of authors’ home institutions.
Papers should address a current, relevant topic. Results should seek a level of generalization and temporal validity that will encourage researchers and practitioners to use them for a longer period of time.
The Code of Ethics is intended to contribute to the quality of the RAUSP Journal of Administration in order to ensure the reliability of its processes for editors, authors, reviewers and readers. This code regulates the rights and duties of editors, authors, reviewers, and their relationships throughout the process, based on the ANPAD Manual of Good Practices (ANPAD 2010); the Code of Conduct and best practice guidelines for editors of Scientific Journals of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE 2011); as well as the consolidated scientific publishing practices in the field of Administration.
RAUSP’s Code of Ethics is presented in detail in the document “Code of the Journal of Administration – RAUSP,” found under the link “Code of Ethics” on the RAUSP website.
Signed articles are full and sole responsibility of the authors. Through the document “Declaration of Originality and Assignment of Copyright”, signed on publication of the article the authors claim to be responsible for their content and form, citations, references and other elements that comprise them, and that there is no impediment of any nature, for its dissemination. They declare it to be original, unpublished and of their own authorship and authorize their reproduction, dissemination, distribution, printing, publishing and provision by the RAUSP in print and electronic media or in any form or medium that exists or will exist under the current legislation. The assignment of copyright is made on a non- exclusive and free basis, covering the entire article, valid in any country in Portuguese or other translation or” at the discretion of RAUSP. The Creative Commons Attribution License CC -BY 4.0 version is applied.
The presentation specifications of works and submission procedures and other monitoring procedures are contained in the document “Instructions to Authors “, available on the link “Code of Ethics and Instructions to Authors “in the RAUSP site.
The articles submitted for consideration are evaluated by at least two peers, members of the Body of Ad Hoc Reviewers, following the double-blind review system: the author(s) is (are) not known to the Evaluators or vice-versa at any time of the process.
RAUSP is published on-line and has open and free access, according to the Creative Commons Attribuition 4.0 license that allows free content copying and redistribution