History


 

Pioneering spirit and tradition
 
RAE is the first Business Administration journal in Brazil, launched in May 1961 by FGV-EASP in order to promote critical reflection and study in the field. As the pioneer of its kind, its earliest issues brought articles on administration practices with contents produced by professors at EAESP as well as translated from international journals.
 
Authors like Bresser Pereira, Eduardo Suplicy, Edgard Carone, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Gareth Morgan, Henrique Rattner, Henry Mintzberg, Luiz Gonzaga Belluzo, Mark Granovetter, Maurício Tragtenberg, Octaviano Ianni, Prestes Motta, Raimar Richers, Ruth Cardoso and Stephen Kanitz have published their ideas at RAE.
 
RAE continues to widen its internationalization in order to engage the international community in publishing relevant works that not only will foster knowledge but also encourage the Brazilian scientific production. Therefore, RAE promotes cross-border visibility for the ideas and thoughts of its authors.
 
As a review connected to our times, always keeping up with scientific developments in Business Administration, RAE proposes and participates in discussions about major national issues and ideas.
 
An innovative journal
 
Since it was founded, RAE has been continuously modernizing itself and innovating in terms of internal management and ways of reaching its public, whether by crossing Brazilian borders or assessing its environmental impact.
 
Submission of articles is made electronically, allowing authors to track online the editorial improvements to their works.
Our Sistema de Gestão de Publicações is available in Portuguese, English and Spanish in order to encourage submission by authors from other countries.
 
In a contribution to sustainable development, and to preserve our forests, RAE is printed on paper from forests managed in conditions that are environmentally adequate, socially fair and economically viable. Therefore it bears the FSC seal, issued by Conselho Brasileiro de Manejo Florestal. This is a guarantee that the paper used is made from tracked raw materials in accordance with the Forest Stewardship Council’s requirements, principles and rules.
 
A high-impact journal
 
RAE appears in renowned directories and it is still working on increasing the number of directories for the periodical, thus contributing to spread knowledge and increase its borderless exchange.
 
RAE has been approved and included in the Social Sciences Citation Index;  in the Journal Citation Reports, of Thomson Reuters; and of Redalyc. It has also been recently approved by JSTOR, ProQuest, Google Scholar and Sumários Brasileiros de Revistas Científicas. It has been indexed since several years ago in SciELO, EBSCO, Scopus, DOAJ, Gale Cengage Learning, Cabell's, HAPI, IBSS, Latindex and Ullrichs.
 
In recent years, institutions like the City University London, Havard University Library, HEC-Paris, Università Bocconi, Universidad de Guadalajara, Université du Québec, University of East London, University of Phoenix, University of Texas, Université Paris Dauphine and Università di Roma have acquired articles published in RAE through the Ebsco database.
 
According to an article published in RAE-Eletrônica in 2008, “RAE appears as the magazine with highest impact factor in Administration, with a significant difference from the other Brazilian journals”. The study suggests also that magazines with a high impact factor such as RAE “stand out from the rest in number of citations, since its articles penetrate not only in the academic but also the corporate environment.”

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