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Author Guidelines

The same author can only have one article published per year in the Journal of Accounting, Management and Governance (JAMG). This rule applies regardless of the position of the individual in the authorship of the articles.

Before submitting an article, authors must ensure that all authors are enrolled in the system. Please ensure that full name, e-mail address, educational institution, ORCID and contact numbers of each of the authors are registered in the journal's system. This is a necessary condition for the article to go through the evaluation of Desk Review.

Remove any identification/mention to the authors of the article in the submitted file. Do not forget to check the "Remove file properties" option in Windows Explorer. Ensuring, therefore, the Blind Peer Evaluation.



Paper: A4 (29.7 x 21 cm);

Margins: upper and left 3cm; lower and right 2cm;

Font: Times New Roman, size 12;

Spacing: simple (between characters, words and lines), and indentation (1.25cm) at the beginning of paragraphs;

Size:  The article should contain between 5,000 and 8,000 words, including title, abstract, content itself, tables, figures, notes and bibliographical references;

Pagination: Include the number of pages in the lower right corner of the document.

Details: BOLD should only be used for titles and subtitles; ITALIC should only be used for words in a foreign language; "DOUBLE QUOTES" should be used for direct quotes and sentences of interviewees; and [Brackets] should be used within double-quote text to isolate material that in the original font was enclosed in quotation marks.



Theoretical-empirical articles should follow the following structure: (a) title (Portuguese and English), abstract in English and abstract in Portuguese, (b) introduction (contextualization, problem development and research objective) and review of the empirical literature concerning the problem, (d) results (report of findings, preferably with use of tables and / or charts), (e) discussion (interpretation and interpretation of data), method (description of participants / subjects, instruments, materials / equipment and procedures used to conduct research) implications of results), (f) conclusion or final considerations, (g) references;

Articles of literature review or exclusively theoretical authors are expected to: (a) clearly define a problem, (b) summarize previous research to inform the reader about the state of the research, (c) identify relationships, contradictions, gaps and/or inconsistencies in the literature (d) suggest next research steps to solve the problems identified, (e) References. There is no pre-defined section structure for this type of contribution, so authors should seek a consistent format for the text. It is essential that there is an organizing argument and not just a compilation of research already done.



Insert the title at the beginning of the work, with the first letters of each word in capital letters, followed by abstract in English, keywords, abstract in Portuguese and keywords, without identification of the author(s). Works in English should also include title, abstract and keywords in Portuguese.

Title: The title should contain up to 15 words and represent the 'minor summary' of the article's content.

Summary: should contain up to 250 words, and clearly state:


- Objective (mandatory): Indicate the purpose of the work, that is, what it intends to demonstrate or describe;

- Method (mandatory in empirical study): Indicate the scientific method employed in conducting the study. In the case of theoretical essays, change the name of the topic to Theoretical Approach and it is recommended that the author(s) indicate the theoretical approach adopted;

- Results (mandatory): Briefly state the main results achieved;

- Originality/Relevance (mandatory): Indicate the theoretical gap in which the study is inserted, also presenting the academic relevance of the subject;

- Theoretical/methodological contributions (mandatory): Indicate the main theoretical and/or methodological implications that were reached through the findings of the study;


- Social/management contributions (optional): Indicate the main managerial and/or social implications achieved through the findings of the study.

Keywords: between three and five keywords that characterize the work.



- Citations: should be presented in the body of the text, including the surname of the author of the source, the date of publication and the page number (if applicable), according to APA standards. (Attention! Articles submitted with ABNT standards will be summarily rejected.)

- References: The references cited throughout the article should be presented at the end of the article, in single spacing, without jumping line between references, using a displacement of 0.75 cm, arranged in alphabetical order by the author's surname (and chronological when as the case may be), according to the APA. A brief summary of the APA standards can be found by clicking here. For more information:

 American Psychological Association (APA). (2001). Publication Manual of the

American Psychological Association. (5th ed.). Washington, DC.

All cited works that have DOI (Digital Object Identifier) should be informed in the references. And all Internet page addresses (URLs) included in the text (Example, must be active and ready to click.



Festinger, L., Riecken, H., & Schachter, S. (1956). When prophecy fails. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.


Kawasaki, J. L., & Raven, M.R. (1995). Computer-administered surveys in extension. Journal of Extension, 33, 252-255. Retrieved on Jun 2, 1999, from

Com DOI:

Mooney, K. M., & Walbourn, L. (2001). When college students reject food: not just a matter of taste. Appetite, 36(1), 41-50.


 - Notes: should be avoided. If they are extremely necessary to explain some term or concept, the explanation of which is not convenient to be inserted into the body of the text, the notes should be numbered sequentially in the body of the text, and presented at the end of the article, after the references.

 - Acknowledgments: should be inserted at the end of the article. However, they may only be added to the manuscript once it has been accepted for publication.



Every form of presentation used in the work should be named Table or Figure. And they should be in the colors black, white and gray. They cannot be colored.

Tables - According to APA standards, "tables usually show exact numerical values, and data are neatly arranged in rows and columns, making it easier to compare" (APA, 2001, p 133). The title should be placed on top of the table. The font of the table body and the table notes should be Times New Roman, size 10. And should not contain vertical edges.

Figures - are "any type of illustration other than table. A picture can be a picture, a graphic, a photograph, a drawing or another form of representation " (APA, 2001, p. 149). The title should be placed below the figure. After the title, any other information needed for clarification of the figure should be added, such as units of measure, symbols, scales, abbreviations and sources. In Times New Roman font, size 10.



Attachments and appendices are inserted before references.



Article Evaluation 1. Accounting, Management and Governance adopts the triple anonymous evaluation system (Editor-in-Chief or member of the Scientific Editorial Board and two ad hoc evaluators) to analyze articles submitted for publication. 2. The evaluation of the articles submitted to CGG (JAMG) will focus on the following aspects: a) level of contribution to increase scientific knowledge and/or practical application. b) quality of the theoretical reference used. It is hoped that the article will contain the state of the art in the explored subject and that the theoretical conceptual framework will be supported by articles published in good periodicals. Citations and references supported in textbooks and works published in annals of events should be avoided; c) suitability of the methodology used; d) level of deepening of the analyzes, discussions and articulations of ideas and concepts; e) quality of conclusions and recommendations; f) internal consistency and text structure; g) writing quality.


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