About the Journal

BBR - Brazilian Business Review publishes high quality research across all fields of business. Themes include, but are not limited to, management, accounting, controllership, finance, information management, innovation management, strategy, and economics. We welcome papers developed in public, private, or third sector organizations. Published six times a year, BBR is supported by FUCAPE, a top Brazilian business school.

Current Issue

Published: 2019-03-01



Fabio Motoki
Abstract 122 |


The Effect of Reactance on Satisfaction: A Study in the Context of Supplementary Health Care Systems

Diego Nogueira Rafael, Evandro Luiz Lopes
Abstract 518 | PDF English Downloads 353 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 389

Page 102-117

Strategic management of manufacturing – Proposal of a method that recommends production techniques to leverage different competitive dimensions

Luis Felipe Maldaner, Rafael Kreling
Abstract 441 | PDF English Downloads 296 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 314

Page 118-135

Higher Education Systems and the Tuition Fees Charging: Perspectives and Perceptions n Brazil, Canada and China

Danilo de Melo Costa, Francisco Vidal Barbosa, Qiang Zha, Roopa Desai Trilokekar
Abstract 459 | PDF English Downloads 292 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 309

Page 136-153

The impact of CAGE institutional distances and motivations for internationalization on the Brazilian foreign direct investment outflows

Manuel Portugal Ferreira, Marcelo Braga Falcão
Abstract 342 | PDF English Downloads 263 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 325

Page 154-173

Sticky Costs Behavior and Earnings Management

Alini da Silva, Vinícius Costa da Silva Zonatto, Cristian Bau Dal Magro, Roberto Klann
Abstract 429 | PDF English Downloads 295 PDF Português (Português (Brasil)) Downloads 422

Page 191-206

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