The Editorial Board of the Brazilian Journal of Operations and Production Management is composed of the Editor-in-Chief and five Associate Editors. While the editor in Chief designs referees and takes the final decision concerning publication of papers submitted to the general areas, the Associate Editors are responsible for their specific areas.
Although BJ&OPM is opened to related areas, the following themes, which are prioritized in the periodical publishing policy, constitute the principal core of its approach:
-Economic and Financial Management
-Ergonomics and Safety
-Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
-Organization and Strategy
-Planning and Production Control
-Supply Chain Management and Logistics
-Technology and Information Systems
-Technology and Innovation
The authors, when submit the article to BJ&OPM publication are exclusively responsible for the opinions expressed in it, agree that the magazine BJ&OPM becomes the owner of the article publishing legal rights, by printing or electronic media.
English is this periodical official language.
GUIDE FOR AUTHOR
The publication of articles plays a fundamental role in the development of a coherent network of knowledge. For this reason it is essential that all publishers, editors, authors, and reviewers, in the process of publishing in a peer-reviewed journal conduct themselves according to the highest level of professional ethics and standards.
The journal employs a ''double blind'' review process. In this process information which identifies the authors is removed from the paper. The paper is sent to at least two reviewers who are academic referees and subject area specialists. Reviewers do not know whose manuscripts they are reviewing, and the authors do not know who the reviewers of their manuscripts are.
The articles will be published when the issue is concluded. This periodicity in publication occurs each quarter of the year.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
ABEPRO is the representative institution of teachers, students and professionals of Production Engineering. The association has been working for more than 20 years to clarify the role of the Production Engineer in society and its market, to be a contact with governmental institutions related to the organization and evaluation of courses (MEC and INEP) and development (CAPES, CNPq, FINEP and state research support agencies), as well as in private organizations, along with CREA, CONFEA, SBPC, ABENGE and other non-governmental organizations that deal with research, teaching and engineering extension.
OBJECTIVES OF ABEPRO
The objective of ABEPRO is to bring together faculty, researchers, students, professionals, institutions in general (public agencies, private and third sector entities) acting in Production Engineering, through: