About the Journal
Budapest Management Review (ISSN 0133-0179) is one of the most significant journals in the field of business, management, and organizational studies in Hungary, which is published since 1970. It publishes papers that provide empirical findings or contribute to theory. It is a general management journal, which includes studies on different aspects of organizations: structure, processes, and performance, and equally on cultural, behavioral, and technological subjects. Multidisciplinary research is highly valued and papers that draw on the perspective and theoretical background of sociology, psychology, economics, political science, or communicational studies – apart from that of business, management and organization science are also appreciated.
We accept research at different levels of analysis: including individuals, groups, organizations, and networks in which organizations are embedded. Budapest Management Review publishes both empirical and theoretical papers but requires methodological rigor in every genre. If a manuscript applies novel methodology, the author should make sure that the steps of the data collection and analysis are transparent and scientific.
Publisher information and business model
Budapest Management Review is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Corvinus University of Budapest, a leading business school and university of social sciences in Hungary. The university's Vice Rector for Research is responsible for publication who appoints the Editor-in-Chief and the Associate Editors. Budapest Management Review is funded entirely by the Corvinus University of Budapest (direct allowance and research grants). It does not require from authors any fees or charges for manuscript processing or publishing materials in the journal. Full texts of all contents published in Budapest Management Review are accessible on its webpage free of charge (open access).
Open access publication, archives policy, and indexes
Budapest Management Review is published twelve times a year. It covers ten issues in Hungarian and two issues in English. As Budapest Management Review is the primary scientific outlet for organization and management scholars in Hungary, it aims to preserve and develop the Hungarian professional language. Our English language issues intend to reach the international scientific community.
Our journal is ranked category ‘B’ by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Papers published in our journal are immediately available with full texts through our webpage and Corvinus Research, the institutional repository of Corvinus University of Budapest. Our web archives contains all issues since January 2020. Prior to that, articles published in Budapest Management Review are available at the Corvinus Research repository.
All contents are published and available under the Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence. EBSCO and ProQuest databases index issues of Budapest Management Review.
Peer-review process and sections
Papers submitted to Budapest Management Review undergo an anonymous, double-blind peer-review. Each peer-review rounds take about 4-6 weeks on average. Submitted papers are first checked based on their fitness to requirements listed in our Author's guidelines. Satisfying papers are then assigned to dedicated associate editors based on their field and methods. At least two peer-reviewers are selected by the assigned associate editor. Short editorials of special issues and book reviews are accepted based on the evaluation of the Editorial Board and after copyediting.
Articles: this section aims to cover theoretical and empirical findings within the scope of our journal. All papers submitted undergo a double-blind peer-review process and, if accepted, are published open access. This section receives papers from any registered author, at any time of the year.
Special issue articles: this section aims to cover a given theme or scientific subfield specified as the focal subject of a special issue. Papers are curated by a designated associate editor or guest editor who is a renown expert of the field. All papers submitted undergo a double-blind peer-review process and, if accepted, are published open access. This section receives papers from any registered author within the deadline of the special issue announcement.
Special issue editorials: short editorials of special issues introduce the focal subject and summarize the findings of the individual articles. Only designated associate editors / guest editors can submit editorials that are accepted based on the decision of the Editorial Board. Editorials are published open access.
Book reviews: this section aims to popularize recently published scientific books in the field specified in the aims and scope of Budapest Management review. Book reviews are accepted based on the decision of the Editorial Board and published open access.