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Budapest Management Review

Képtalálat a következőre: „vezetéstudomány folyóirat logo”

 

Vezetéstudomány | Budapest Management Journal is a monthly scientific journal of Corvinus University of Budapest. It is a leading journal of management and organization studies in Hungary. The journal provides possibility to publish empirical results of empirical research and literature reviews in management and organizational research.

Our aim is to provide forum for experts from academia and practice to discuss important international and Hungarian topics in business and management.

Vezetéstudomány | Budapest Management Journal is a Hungarian journal, ranked in the „B” category by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. 30% of our authors also publish in high-ranked international journals (Q1 and Q2 in Scimago list). The quality criteria of this journal follow international standards. We expect our authors to build their literature review on up-to-date international and Hungarian academic sources, build models routed in theory, use rigorous methodology, and answer relevant research questions. We appreciate when articles quote previous publications of this journal.

As Vezetéstudomány | Budapest Management Journal is an academic journal, it uses a double blind review process. Reviewers are from the Hungarian and international academic community.

The language of the journal is Hungarian, but twice a year (usually in May and November) we publish English language issues. The journal can be ordered via the Hungarian Post and also from the Assistant to the editor-in-chief.

We hope you enjoy reading the journal, and we can welcome you as our author or reviewer soon.

 

Primecz Henriett, Ph.D. 

editor-in-chief

E-mail: vezetestudomany(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

 

Article Submission

Online Submission Platform:

http://journals.lib.uni-corvinus.hu/index.php/vezetestudomany/ 

 

Each manuscript should include the following information: title of the paper, name of the author(s), affiliation of the author(s), mailing address, e-mail address of the corresponding author, acknowledgements and the paper itself. The article must start with an abstract of not more than 200 words, followed by a list of keywords (at least two, maximum six), and then the JEL codes (maximum of three). This is followed by the main text of the article. Tables and Figures should be included at the end of the main text. These should be numbered consecutively and have informative titles, as well as a clear indication of their sources.

The length of the articles with references, figures and tables should be between 20 and 24 pages with 1.5 line spacing (12 font size, Times New Roman).

References are to be given in the main text in parentheses, including the surname(s) of the author(s) and the year of publication (e.g. Veress, 1999).All direct quotations should also include the page number (e.g. Prahalad - Hamel, 1990, p. 85.). If one author has more than one publication in the same year, these should be differentiated as 2009a, 2009b, etc. References by the same author (or by the same group of authors in the same order) should be arranged by year of publication in the Reference list, with the earliest first.The references should be listed in alphabetical order at the end of the text, according to the following examples:

 

Author (year): Title. The place of the publication: publisher; resource

1. Example (book): Porter, M. E. (1980): Competitive Strategy. New York: The Free Press.


2. Example (journal): Prahalad, C. K. – Hamel, G. (1990): The Core Competence of the Corporation. Harvard Business Review, May-June, pp. 79-91.

 

Manuscripts which meet the requirements will first be read by the editor, who will decide whether to submit the paper for anonymous peer review or request clarifications and changes from the author. Each paper will then be reviewed by two anonymous reviewers. Based on the reports of the reviewers, the editors will make a final decision on whether to accept or reject the paper, or to ask for revisions. Due to the nature of this process, we request authors to allow up to 8–10 weeks for a decision to be made on their papers. After receiving the revised manuscript from the author, the editors will make a final decision on accepting it, taking into consideration the revisions made and the original peer reviews. (Text download here)

Editorial Office contact

Corvinus University of Budapest

Editorial Board of Vezetéstudomány 

Room: E/242 

1093 Budapest, Fővám square 8.

 

PRIMECZ, Henriett PhD

Chief editor

Full Professor

Institute of Management

E-mail: vezetestudomany@uni-corvinus.hu

 

BAKSA, Máté

Editorial assistant

PhD Student

Institute of Management

E-mail: titkarsag.veztud@uni-corvinus.hu

 

 

 

 

Last modified: 2018.10.19.