Independent Journal of Management & Production


Publisher: Independent



ISSN: 2236-269X

ASI-SCORE

Pending




Scope:

The IJM&P is a journal for unpublished works related to Administration and Engineering of Production and Mechanics and Economics as well as works that present results of studies and researches about the activities of Science and Technology Information. The Journal is published on a four-month basis in May, September and January.

The material submitted to this journal should be unpublished and, therefore it must not have been published or submitted to meetings or to other periodic. The article should effectively represent contribution within the area and discuss about a relevant topic. The theoretical basis should be up-to-date and should represent the state-of-the-art of the knowledge in the area. The scientific method should be explicited and the analyses and conclusions should be clear and lined up to the considered objective. Works that involve pure bibliography revision should deal with a current thematic and the approach should be deepened and analytical. The IJM&P publishes works in English.

Independent Journal of Management & Production is a Brazilian electronic journal, which addresses the scientific community: teachers, researchers, students and professionals working in the field of production engineering and related (Administration, Accounting and Economics).

The journal also allows the publication of Master's Degree Dissertations and Doctoral and Postdoctoral Thesis to stimulate the dissemination and interchange of tacit and explicit knowledge in any language.

Mission: The mission of the Independent Journal of Management & Production (IJM&P) is to contribute to the scientific community through the international dissemination of works relevant to the development of theoretical and empirical research produced by the Brazilian academia as well as researchers from other countries.

Vision: To inspire and enable a better world through study and teaching about management and organizations.

Our mission is guided by core values:

  • We value the quality of research, teaching and practice in the field of management and organization.
  • Cultivate and defend ethical behavior in all aspects of our work.
  • We offer a dynamic community and support for all our members, embracing the diversity of our backgrounds and experiences.
  • Respecting each of the voices of our members and seeking to expand their ideas.
  • Build cooperative relationships with other institutions committed to the advancement of studies, research and teaching about management and organization.