RAE-Revista de Administracao de Empresas's mission is to encourage an international community of academics from developing countries to create, improve and test theories – and business practices based on them – aligned with its reality and focused on the new times.
An international community of researchers:
Launched in 1961, RAE supported the development of administrative thinking in Brazil and the consolidation of the profession of administrator.
RAE began its internationalization in the 2000s, prioritizing Ibero-American nations and developing countries.
RAE is published by Fundacao Getulio Vargas School of Business Administration (FGV EAESP), the first business administration school created in Brazil, in 1954, and currently the only holder of triple international accreditation: AACSB, EFMD, and AMBA.
FGV EAESP has 240 professors and around 4,000 students in undergraduate, executive graduate, and academic graduate programs.
The institution has 20 applied research centers and is recognized for its organizational and social impact, having received the EFMD Business School Impact System (BSIS) certificate in 2021.
RAE is classified by the CAPES Qualis system as "A2" journal.
RAE adopts actions to combat plagiarism and bad ethical conduct in accordance with the guidelines of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
RAE agrees and signs the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA):
RAE is member of ABEC - Associação Brasileira de Editores Científicos
Its abbreviated title is Rev. adm. empres., and it should be used in bibliographies, footnotes, references and bibliographic strips.
All content of the journal, except where identified, is licensed under a Creative Commons attribution-type BY.
The publication receives funding from:
Editorial Policy Board
Editorial reviewer board
English / Spanish translations and Revision A2Z Traduções, Diana Holtz, Editage, Fernando Effori de Mello, R.A. Goulart Traduções, Santos e Dinham Consultoria e Traduções Ltda
Scope and policy
Focus and Scope
RAE-Revista de Administracao de Empresas is based on an international community of researchers, professors, and students, interested in creating knowledge that contributes to developing solutions to the great challenges faced by organizations and contemporary society.
RAE is a generalist journal in the field of Management, covering a broad spectrum of knowledge domains, perspectives, and themes.
RAE covers the traditional fields of management knowledge, such as strategy, operations, marketing, finance, information technology, and people management; as well as emerging fields, which eventually cross over to established fields such as sustainability, entrepreneurship, digitization, and data science.
RAE bases its editorial decisions on the following principles:
RAE aligns with:
RAE seeks to publish content that has an impact on science, organizations and society and invites its community to submit the following contributions:
RAE is committed to the core values of Open Science, promoting the publication of research results with quality and integrity, as a collective benefit, with equity and justice, and with diversity and inclusion.
RAE also adheres to the Open Science criteria recommended by the Scientific Electronic Library Online (SciELO):
Manuscripts can be submitted in English, Portuguese or Spanish. Accepted articles are published in English and in Portuguese or Spanish.
Articles submitted for publication in RAE must be original and must not be under consideration by any other journal. Articles from papers presented at scientific conferences and theses are accepted.
To submit manuscripts, access this link.
Peer Review Process
Articles submitted to RAE pass through the following stages:
Communication with the authors is mediated by the Associate Editor or an invited specialist researcher.
Once approved, the article is submitted for editing and spelling and grammar review.
The editorial office sends the final version for approval to the authors.
Articles in Portuguese or Spanish must be translated by the authors, to ensure bilingual publication.
RAE is an online publication in continuous publication flow, aiming at speed in article dissemination, with six editions per year.
RAE is committed to protecting the author's intellectual rights and:
The content of signed articles is the sole responsibility of the authors. The authors guarantee that the manuscript does not contain any copyright infringement or copyright of third parties, and that the article has not been submitted for publication in any other journal.
Processes regarding copyright policy and best practices for articles published in RAE are also described in the Participation Rules, which authors must read and accept when submitting a contribution to the journal.
All journals in the SciELO Collection have a CLOCKSS preservation system. SciELO is a member of the IBICT Rede Cariniana and the preservation process is a priority function of SciELO.
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Guidelines for author
In the online submission process, it is important:
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Theoretical articles should be supported by a broad bibliography of research and should propose new models for relevant phenomena in the field of Business Administration. Empirical works should provide an advance in the field in terms of providing research that has a rigorous methodology and that is conducted with appropriate criteria and adequate analysis.
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Example: We wish to thank Fapemig, CNPq and CAPES.
Tables and figures
Tables and Figures follow the format described in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (7th edition) and must be inserted after the References and in the text is necessary to mention where they are to be inserted. These elements should be submitted in an editable form. They should not be sent in separate files.
Tables are a visual representation of numeric, textual data, and/or textual information. It is numbered in bold, contains the title, and is composed of columns and rows.
Figures are graphs, maps, photographs, infographics, and other illustrations not textual. It is numbered in bold and contains the title.
Equations and hypotheses
Equations should be numbered using Arabic numerals and right aligned.
x2 + y2 = z2 (1)
(x2 - y2)/2 = z (2)
Hypotheses should be numbered with Arabic numerals and right aligned. The numbering should be preceded by the abbreviation "H".
Example: H1: Top management leadership has a positive and significant influence on alliances and resources.
Citations and references
Essays are freer forms of scientific contribution and are characterized by critical and creative approaches, revealing new perspectives which lead readers to reflect on themes relevant to their respective areas of knowledge. Essays should be consistent theoretically and point to innovation or improvement in their respective fields of study.
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Citations and references
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