Brazilian Administration Review <h2><strong>BAR&nbsp;-&nbsp;Brazilian Administration Review</strong></h2> <p>BAR is a scholarly journal on business and public administration published quarterly since 2004 by ANPAD (Brazilian Academy of Management). BAR is a fully open-access online journal that abides by the principles of COPE – Committee on Publication Ethics for scholarly publication. BAR is available in most indexing services, including SCOPUS.</p> <p>BAR’s mission is to advance scholarly knowledge on management and organizational theories so as to assist business and public administration worldwide by means of the global dissemination of conceptual and empirical studies developed in Brazil and other countries.</p> <p>The journal publishes conceptual and empirical studies within the broad interests of business and public administration. Theoretical and methodological perspectives are welcome as long as they are insightful also for practice. BAR documents should not focus on a particular country/region and must convey theoretical, methodological and applied advancements to the frontiers of scholarly knowledge on a global scale. BAR’s editorial scope does not include teaching cases or purely applied practitioner-oriented material.</p> <p>BAR's target audience is the global scholarly community in all interests of business and public administration.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><br><a class="btn btn-primary read-more" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Guide to authors</a></p> en-US (Carlo Gabriel Porto Bellini) (Editorial Office) Mon, 03 Aug 2020 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 Country brand equity: The role of image and reputation <p>Country brand equity (CBE) is expanding in theory and in practice; however, little has been published on its conceptualization. By incorporating ‘reputation’ into the place brand equity construct at a country level, we provide a theoretical multidimensional framework for CBE. Seventeen interviews with international researchers were undertaken for theory building. A seven-dimensional CBE framework was developed according to the interpretations of two constructs <strong>— </strong>country brand reputation (‘share of experience’) and country brand image (‘share of mind’) — along with country brand associations, country brand awareness, country brand loyalty, country brand perceived quality, and channel relationships. We conclude by outlining potential further research avenues and implications for managerial practice. These contributions may guide policymakers, government officials, executives, and scholars in maximizing the value of a place brand (e.g., country, region, or city) by focusing on ‘reputation’ as an added (qualitative and/or quantitative) construct. This study may also inspire insights into joint efforts of public and private strategies and actions on economic performance, consumer welfare, and business decisions for national prosperity.</p> Fabiana Gondim Mariutti, Janaina de Moura Engracia Giraldi Copyright (c) Fri, 31 Jul 2020 00:00:00 +0000 Individual and situational antecedents of counterproductive work behaviors <p>Counterproductive work behaviors (CWB) are harmful to ­organizations and detrimental to individual and collective performance. Although CWB have been considerably explored in the last decades, few studies have tried to assess the relative influence of their predictors. In this paper, we develop and test a structural equations model to evaluate the combined effects of two personality traits (agreeableness and neuroticism) and two situational variables (perceived organizational justice and leader-member exchange quality) on CWB. The analysis of data collected from 527 employees of a large Brazilian organization shows that agreeableness, neuroticism, and leader-member exchange quality (LMX) have direct effects on CWB and that LMX fully mediates the influence of organizational justice on the latter. Our findings extend previous models that looked into the Justice-LMX-CWB relationships and highlight the critical role played by leaders in preventing deleterious behaviors. We discuss their implications for research, as well as for human resource management (HRM) practice.</p> Lucia Barbosa de Oliveira, Valter de Assis Moreno Junior, Rodrigo Carneiro Gonçalves Copyright (c) Mon, 03 Aug 2020 00:00:00 +0000 Fatigue at work: Scale validation with airline pilots <p>In the organizational context, the study of occupational stress encompasses constructs of fatigue at work. Within the air transportation sector, fatigue at work is a potential issue influencing both safety and occupational stress. The objective of the present study was to perform a convergent-discriminant validity analysis of the Feeling of Fatigue scale in the area of Administration. Data from an observational cross-sectional study involving a sample of 1,066 airline pilots were analyzed using quantitative modeling. Confirmatory factor analysis with the structural equations model was performed to determine the validity of a Portuguese version of the Feeling of Fatigue scale in the organizational context of civil aviation. This study fills a gap in the literature on occupational stress in Administration, highlighting the relevance of research on fatigue at work. The results confirmed the validity of a Portuguese version of a mature scale for subjective assessment of fatigue in Administration, thereby contributing to fatigue management in organizational settings.</p> Victor Rafael Rezende Celestino, Julia Sursis Nobre Ferro Bucher-Maluschke, Elaine Cristina Marqueze Copyright (c) Tue, 06 Oct 2020 00:00:00 +0000