“Critical Perspectives on Management and Business Ethics”


The Anáhuac Journal was established in 2000 to publish original, innovative, and high-quality papers that advance conceptual and empirical knowledge, and address practice in the area of management and economics. The Editorial staff of the Anáhuac Journal (ISSN 1405-8448) invites you to submit papers, with original results dealing with problems of Economy and Business, undergraduate and graduate original thesis, and critical notes product of research processes.
We encourage submissions employing different theoretical angles from various disciplines and fields while using a wide range of quantitative and qualitative methodologies.
Paper submissions will undergo rigorous editorial screening and double-blind peer review by a minimum of two recognized scholars.
We invite articles that address the relevance of critical perspectives on management scholarship to broader streams of management and organization, which incorporate inclusive and critical approaches and contribute significantly to the social and behavioral sciences as a whole.
The accepted papers will be published for volume 20, 2nd Edition, Dec 2019.
It will be a great honour for us and an excellent opportunity for you to share your newest scientific work on the field of Business.
Submission deadline: 28.06.2019
Periodicity: semi-annual.
Languages: they will receive proposals in English and Spanish
Attached you will find the guidelines. We are looking forward to receiving your papers.

For any information needed, please feel free to contact: Dra. Diana Dávila diana.davilar@anahuac.mx



The publishing guidelines of The Anáhuac Journal are the following: About the content Each issue of The Anáhuac Journal includes:

1. Unpublished articles (which have not been published or submitted for publication in another journal), that are the result of original research in critical management studies. Specific issues that may be addressed include, but are in no way limited to:
• Feminist theory
• Marxist theory
• Postcolonial theory
• Poststructuralism
• Psychoanalythic thought
• Business Ethics

We welcome papers from any disciplinary, paradigmatic or methodological perspective as long as they directly address the theme of critical perspectives on management.

2. Study reviews: must present objective, clear, and simple content, without the author’s interpretation, judgment, or criticism, to allow readers to understand the global context of the paper. Its constituent elements are: purpose, motivation, approach, description of the method or procedure, presentation of obtained results, and conclusion. Numerical data can be also be included.

About the process
1. Research papers can be sent to the following link:
the Editor will confirm reception and review them to ensure compliance with the requirements established in these guidelines.

2. Afterwards, the works are submitted to two scholars, who will anonymously determine whether: a) to publish it without any changes, b) to publish it with minor corrections,c) to publish it after a thorough revision, or d) to reject it. In case of any contention between them, the text will be sent to a third scholar, whose decision will be final and irrefutable. Submitted works will be considered by scholars unaffiliated with the writer’s institute of origin.

3. Once the final version has been accepted, the author yields all his/her author´s patrimonial rights for an unlimited period on his/her work and grants consent to The Anáhuac Journal to reproduce it any format.

4. The articles approved by the scholars will be published in the journal, and authors will be notified of this decision within four months from the submission of the original document.

5. The journal reserves the right to make the editorial amendments that it is considered pertinent. Specifications and formal requirements for submitting works:

● WORD format (.doc), Arial font, 12 points.
● Maximum length for articles and reviews: 6,000 words. In special cases, works of extended
length could be considered. With regards to notes, the maximum length is 2,500 words.
● Language: English or Spanish.
● Minimum structure:
● Abstract of up to 150 words; JEL (Journal of Economic Literature) classification, keywords, and references.
● A preface clearly establishing the background, development and conclusions.
● Any footnotes should be inserted in the corresponding pages.
● The bibliography should appear in a separate page, double-spaced, at the end of the article.
● References must follow APA guidelines. They should not be elaborated unnecessarily and need to be completely referenced at the end of the article; alphabetically ordered for each author, and listed chronologically from the oldest to most recent.
● Information about the author(s): the final page is to include: author´s first and a last name, assigned center or department, institutional mailing address, email address, and a brief summary of his/her academic experience.
● Illustrations, photographs, drawings, tables, and graphs must have their corresponding legend, titles, a consecutive numeration, the source from where the information was taken (in case of being their own, it has to be indicated), and should be free from copyright. Images, illustrations, drawings, and digital files must be in high resolution (300 dpi); in the case of tables and graphs the original file shall be sent separately, in their original format (excel, power point, etc.).
● Long mathematical equations and very detailed tables are to be omitted or, in such case, submitted as an appendix. Authors will have to explain the results and significance of mathematical equations.
● Equations must appear in separate lines, indented, and numbered consecutively; on the right margin, using Arabic numbers in parenthesis.
● Bibliographical references will follow APA guidelines, as follows:

a) Author (last name and initials of first name). Year of publication (in parenthesis). Title of the book (in italics). Edition (in parenthesis). Place (followed by colon): Publishing house. If there is no publishing house, [s.n.] must be written, from Latin sine name, which means «without name».
Castel, R. (1997). Las metamorfosis de la cuestión social. Una crónica del asalariado. (1.ª ed.). Argentina: Paidós.

b) Book with two or more authors: Authors (last name and initial of first name). Year of publication (in parenthesis). Title of the book (in italics). Edition (in parenthesis). Place (followed by colon): Publishing house. De Mattos, C. y Ducci, M.E. (2005). Santiago en la globalización: ¿una nueva ciudad? (2ª ed.). Santiago: Lom.

c) Article in a printed magazine: Author (last name, initial of first name). Year of publication (in parenthesis). Title of the article. Name of the magazine (in italics), volume of the magazine (in italics), Issue (in parenthesis), pages.
Oszlak, O. (2009). El Estado transversal. Encrucijadas UBA, revista de la Universidad de Buenos Aires. 8 (26), 2-4.82.

d) Article in a digital magazine: Author (last name, initial of first name). Year of publication (in parenthesis). Title of the article. Name of the magazine (in italics), volume of the magazine (in italics), Number of issue (in parenthesis). Retrieved from: webpage. Gardner, H. (1983). La Teoría de las Inteligencias Múltiples. Revista Española de Investigación en Educación, 9 (2). Retrieved from: http://urlinventada.es

Manuscripts must be submitted by 28 06 2019.
Please ensure when you do submit that you select the relevant special issue (Volume 20, Issue 2, Second semester 2019) to direct your submission appropriately. If youhave any questions, please contact the editors of this issue.