Revista de Direito Administrativo e Gestão Pública

The  Journal of Administrative Law and Public Management  is a biannual publication published by the Training and Publications Tutor (TUTOR). This journal aims to promote the study of the most relevant issues involving the constitutional jurisdiction both nationally and abroad. Its purpose is to offer Law students an up-to-date view of the main themes of the Constitutional Courts, seeking to bring theory closer to practice. To this end, the journal brings unpublished articles, both national and foreign, with 25% of the articles being sent to each edition by invited authors with significant knowledge of the subject, both nationally and internationally. As for the other items necessarily pass through the system  Double Blind Review , in which the article is evaluated by doctors in law who do the authors, as they are unaware of their evaluators. The assessment is necessarily for at least two peer  ad hoc  (evaluators). However, if there is a discrepancy of more than three points (evaluation from zero to ten), a third evaluation will occur. Importantly, the evaluators are teachers of Masters and PhD programs in Law and have been (and will remain) indicated by the coordinators of Graduate programs in law  in the strict sense  of the whole Brazil, recognized by  CAPES / MEC. To avoid plagiarism, and not original articles and other problems, but mainly to ensure the longevity of publications and facilitate their identification in electronic media, all approved items will be recorded in the system  Digital Object Identifier - DOI. Editorial management is automated through an operating system designed by the Public Knowledge Project - PKP. As this system known as " Open Journal Systems (OJS) ." The OJS digital platform, adopted by this journal, is known in Brazil as the Electronic System for the Publishing of Magazines (SEER), and has been translated and customized by the Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology (IBICT).

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