Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Science, welcomes current and relevant contributions with rigorous theoretical and empirical implications from business areas such as management, economics, and finance. While manuscripts may focus on a country or small group of countries, we appreciate submissions that reflect and explore Latin- or Ibero- American contexts. All authors must make their submissions with institutional email and updated ORCiD. PhDs, doctoral candidates, and early-stage researchers are most welcome to submit. Publishes twice a year.
Journal of Management History (JMH) is an interdisciplinary journal, publishing rigorous, high-quality research using diverse methodologies and theoretical approaches on issues related to the history of management thought, research and practice. As such, we welcome a wide range of papers. However, nevertheless, papers should be formulated around empirical, historical evidence, and should have a theoretical basis. Papers should make a clear contribution to theory either through a review of previous literature, examining the historical underpinnings of a theory, and develop or extend theory. Papers should expound a clear methodology, including any possible limitations, and show a developed sense of historical context.
ACADEMIA Revista Latinoamericana de Administración, welcomes strong research analyzing the practice of management, including solid theoretical and empirical articles, practical regional teaching cases, and literature reviews.
The coverage includes but is not limited to: Finance, accounting, capital markets and governance; Business and society, environment and Social Responsibility; Public Management; Strategy and management; Comparative management and culture; Marketing and internationalization; Organizational theory and behavior; Family firms and entrepreneurship; Operations and technology.
All accepted articles in Spanish or Portuguese are translated and published in English and the original language of submission. When submitting a Spanish abstract, please also provide the title in Spanish.
Management Research, the official journal of The Iberoamerican Academy of Management (an affiliate of the Academy of Management), provides a rigorous forum for the publication of high quality peer-reviewed articles covering all major disciplines in management with an interest in Iberoamerican issues.
RBGN (Revista Brasileira de Gestão de Negócios) is a free of charge open access quarterly academic publication issued by FECAP (Fundação Escola de Comércio Álvares Penteado). The Journal emerged in 2004 as the successor of the Álvares Penteado Review.
The journal is aimed at the dissemination and promotion of scientific debate in Business Administration and Accounting, and its mission:
To spread high-level academic studies and research on Management and Accounting that can contribute to the improvement of management within organizations.
Since the first edition of 2013, the journal is bilingual. RBGN is published electronically and concurrently in two languages: English and Portuguese (or possibly in Spanish).
Latin American Business Review is a quarterly, refereed journal, which facilitates the exchange of information and new ideas between academics, business practitioners, public policymakers, and those in the international development community. Special features of the journal will keep you current on various teaching, research, and information sources. These activities all focus on the business and economic environment of the diverse and dynamic countries of Latin America.
The Journal of Evolutionary Studies in Business (JESB) publishes original empirical and conceptual research, and outstanding literature reviews, around change and transformation in business from a dynamic and /or evolutionary perspective. The journal will publish papers which analyze and explain past and contemporary changes in strategy, entrepreneurship, management, organization, business and political relationships, gender in business, and typologies of business in the world in past and present times. JESB is an open access publication with two issues per year, with an external and international academic peer review process of evaluation, with the sponsorship of RCUB (Revistes Científiques de la Universitat de Barcelona) gratefully acknowledged.
EMCS publishes discussion-based teaching case studies that offer students the opportunity to explore real-world challenges in the classroom environment, allowing them to test their decision-making skills before taking their knowledge into the workplace.
All cases accepted by Emerald into Emerging Markets Case Studies have teaching notes, which are rigorously reviewed to ensure their learning objectives facilitate dynamic classroom discussion and help faculty plan how best to use the case.
EMCS specializes in case research from and about emerging markets and developing economies, regions which are traditionally underrepresented in teaching case collections but which offer unique and important insights.