Focus and Scope RAUSP readers are Management researchers and practitioners. The various positions that they hold mean that their education and knowledge can vary widely. For all articles to be understandable for all readers, it is important that their language and presentation be appropriate. Clarity and conciseness in the development of ideas are fundamental.  SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ARTICLES  The articles may be submitted in Portuguese, English or Spanish and must comply with several requirements in terms of scope, objective, format, and lifecycle.  Scope The articles may cover a broad range of Management topics and practices in different industrial sectors, geographic areas and functional specialties.  Objective RAUSP  readers must feel motivated to establish a discussion agenda within their organizations about the concepts presented in the journal. To this end, the articles should provide unprecedented insights, capable of enhancing the experience of managers and researchers, increasing knowledge of how organizations function, and improving understanding of how to deal with the growing challenges facing Management. The articles may fulfill this main objective in four different ways: by offering new Management ideas and approaches; by describing the best practices and administrative techniques used in different organizations; by analyzing innovative solutions for practical Management cases; and by communicating recent, cutting-edge research in the Management field.  Format  Articles for publication in  RAUSP  should be formatted in such a way as to enhance conceptualization, following a predetermined sequence: introduction of the conceptual objective; development of the thinking; and conclusions.  Lifecycle The durability cycle of the articles should be long. Articles should not be of the quickly perishable type, devoid of future value. Their ideas and concepts should be sufficiently sound to withstand the passage of a fairly long time.  EVALUATION The articles submitted for appreciation will be evaluated by a body of ad hoc evaluators using the double-blind review system, in which the evaluators are not aware of who the author(s) is(are) and vice-versa at any time, throughout the entire process. Publication Frequency Quarterly

More Information...

Sort By:   Publication Date  |  Title
Next Page >> 

Contact Us

The PKP Index is an initiative of the Public Knowledge Project.

For PKP Publishing Services please use the PKP|PS contact form.

For support with PKP software we encourage users to consult our wiki for documentation and search our support forums.

For any other correspondence feel free to contact us using the PKP contact form.

Find Us


Copyright © 2015-2018 Simon Fraser University Library