Tag: Administration

Inclusion and diversity in Administration: manifest for the future-present

The manifest-article discusses the role of academic journals in Administration for inclusion and diversity. Starting from theoretical references of social movements (intersectionality, transversality, and decoloniality), we present a proposal for a transformation agenda for practices on diversity in the area, which allow changes at a more structural level. Read More →

Academic journals in the scientific area of Administration: stars or accessory?

How do academic journals monitor and reflect the dynamics of Administration in Brazil? How do these actors position themselves in this space? These questions guide the research, which analyzes the dynamics of the area and reinforces strategies for the scientific contribution of journals Read More →

Can employees be a driver for a clean future? A case from petroleum industry

Reflecting the call being made by the United Nation to solve our current climate challenges and reduce our carbon emissions, there is a strong need for large established companies to reshape their agendas and develop clean alternative source of energy. This study discusses the clean shift that is happening in a European oil and gas company and aims to understand the drivers for introducing new clean energy activities outside the company’s boundaries. Read More →

Call for papers: Special Issue on “Nudging and Choice Architecture” – Journal of Contemporary Administration

Authors are invited to submit papers for this special call on ‘Nudging and Choice Architecture’ until 15th January 2021.
In this special call for papers, we aim to see how insights from behavioral science can help researchers and policymakers to understand the potential of choice architecture and nudging to respond to various challenges in management. For this special issue, we welcome submissions of all areas of management that address nudging or choice architecture. Read More →

Business models at the crossroad of responsible innovation, sustainability and resilience

Do we know enough about how to organize for the grand challenges and sweeping challenges we are facing? Until now, business researchers have been following the practitioners, understanding and exploring their world. However, practitioners do not always have the luxury of lifting their heads and understanding how to contribute to the world on a higher scale. Here, business researchers can bring their knowledge together to advice of new and exciting models of creating value for different kinds of stakeholders. Read More →

Call for papers for BAR’s special issue on Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies and Distributed Organizations

This is a call for papers for BAR’s special issue on Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies and Distributed Organizations to be published in 2021. The purpose of this special issue is to develop a broader and inclusive analysis of the disruptive potential of blockchain to leverage new business models. Read More →

History, memory, and the past in management and organization studies

Focusing on the historic turn, RAE presents the new call for papers in Organizational Studies that aims to explore important aspects of history, memory and past in the management of organizations and their legacy to the contemporary. Read More →

The state of design science in organizations

This is a call for papers for BAR’s special issue on design science in organizations. As design science has been promoted in a variety of organizational fields in the last decade, time has come to report its successes, failures and lessons learned. Read More →

Challenges in peer review of scientific articles on Administration in Brazil

Sharing their experiences as authors, reviewers and editors of scientific journals, Sandro Cabral and Marcelo de Souza Bispo reflect on the challenges of the article evaluation process, criticize the current system that favors productivism, overloading the reviewers, and draws attention on the need to train good reviewers in PhD courses in Brazil. Read More →

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 →