Boards and Committees
About the Editorial Board
The Editorial Board is composed of academic representatives from different educational and research institutions. Its members primarily, but not exclusively, work in the field of strategy research. The Editorial Board's work is not necessarily carried out collectively. There are no regular meetings scheduled to address specific issues. There is no formal involvement of Editorial Board members with the legal entity responsible for the publication of the journal. Each member participates in the journal's activities more individually, through coordination with the Scientific Committee or the Editors. In fact, each member acts as an advisor to the Scientific Committee and Editors, interpreting and suggesting improvements to the Editorial Policy, promoting the journal, and taking a stance as an arbitrator in strategic issues related to RIAE's involvement in the academic and professional community. The Editorial Board does not oversee or interfere with the editorial process, remaining detached from the article arbitration process. It expresses itself on relevant issues such as the consistency of the editorial policy and publications, their quality, and ethical issues relevant to editorial management. Each member also assumes the role of a "listener" to the active scientific community in the area, ensuring academic credibility and the posture expected of a scientific journal.
The Scientific Committee is an interinstitutional collegiate body composed of representatives from research groups that most directly support the development of the journal. Its work is carried out collegially, with collective and democratic decisions. The group's main mission is to ensure the credibility of the editorial procedures adopted and to take on the scientific responsibility of the journal. The Scientific Committee appoints the Scientific Editors, who become its natural members. Furthermore, its duties are of a scientific nature with the aim of ensuring that the mission of the journal is fulfilled. This committee must be permanently active in fulfilling the general definitions of the journal's editorial policy and also the envisaged editorial procedures, particularly regarding the guarantee of consistency and quality of publications. Special editions and other scientific contributions should be discussed and defined by this body. Its task is to discuss and develop regulations for various matters such as article standards and formatting; criteria for evaluation and acceptance of texts for publication; acceptance of new research groups to participate in the committee; approval of the budget; accreditation of reviewers and referees; definition of circulation and subscription policy, among other issues. The Scientific Committee does not interfere in the editorial operation of RIAE, which is the sole responsibility of the Editor and his operational team.
The Scientific Editors are responsible for establishing the Editorial Policy, editorial management, and supervision of the Editorial Office, which operates the entire workflow, with the assistance of the Open Journal System - OJS. The Editors have a specific role in the preliminary selection of articles submitted to the journal, in the distribution of articles among referees who will evaluate them. If the articles meet the expected quality, they will be published. Additionally, the Editors must have an active role in the work of the Scientific Committee and in coordinating actions of the Editorial Board.