BAR - Brazilian Administration Review
According to the Brazilian indexing service SPELL (Scientific Periodicals Electronic Library, spell.org.br), there are more than 100 Brazilian journals that publish original studies in the fields covered by BAR. BAR stands out in this scenario due to meeting world-class editorial standards, such as the commitment to editorial deadlines, the application of theoretical and methodological rigor in the review of manuscripts, the scholarly reputation of the editorial boards, and the strict use of English throughout the entire editorial process. Actions like these have been contributing to the image of BAR as home to unique intellectual production.
BAR’s editorial process is highly structured, with systematic procedures intended to assist the editor-in-chief, senior editors, associate editors and reviewers in the editorial process. Besides the editorial board, the journal also has an experienced office staff supporting all processes in order to assure publication quality, timeliness and adherence to other requirements of indexing services such as Scopus, SciELO, and Spell. The office staff checks submissions for originality, formatting standards, APA norms and English usage, communicates with authors, reviewers and editors on ordinary routines, and builds statistics from the various indexing platforms where BAR is present - and the office also feeds those platforms with data from BAR.
As part of the constantly improving editorial process, in 2012, BAR adopted the practice of publishing articles ahead of print, i.e., online publishing of accepted articles before the complete full issue is published. Also, in 2014, BAR started to encode articles in XML, a due action for all journals indexed by SciELO. In 2015, BAR adopted a CC-BY Creative Commons license, also following SciELO standards. That license is used by different publishers and titles to make it easier to access information and disseminate knowledge. In 2016, the ahead-of-print practice evolved to a continuous publication model, a model that was championed by BAR in its field in Brazil. That is, BAR publishes articles in final form and sends them to the indexing services as soon as they complete the full editorial process and independently of the other documents to be published in the same issue. In an era of digital technologies, BAR thus quickly reaches the reader and disseminates knowledge from highly relevant scholarly studies to an audience keen on innovation and advancements in the frontiers of science and practice.
BAR is present in many of the most prestigious indexing platforms, such as Scopus, Cabell’s, SciELO, ProQuest, DOAJ, EBSCO, Gale/Cengage Learning, IBSS, Latindex, Ullrichs, Spell, Sumários.org, and Redalyc.
BAR is published quarterly (January-March, April-June, July-September, October-December), but it also adopts the continuous publication model. The idea is to streamline the publication process so as to make documents available as soon as their editorial process is complete. BAR is a Brazilian pioneer in its field in using the continuous publication model.Its abbreviated for is BAR, Braz. Adm. Rev., which should be used in cataloguing, footnotes and bibliographical references.
Intellectual property rights
All contents of the journal, except when otherwise informed, are under a Creative Commons attribution-type CC-BY.
Until June 2015, BAR adopted a Creative Commons license attribution-type BY-NC. Currently, the license is attribution-type BY.
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