INVESTIGACIÓN EN MATERIA DE ORGANIZACIONES DE PARTICIPACIÓN: LA CONTRIBUCIÓN DE LA REVISTA DE ESTUDIOS COOPERATIVOS (REVESCO)
Investigation as for organizations of participation: the contribution of the magazine of cooperative studies (REVESCO)
Paloma Bel Durán
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The present article tries to show the way of a review, the Estudios Cooperativos (REVESCO) to try to speak of its present, but also of its future. Of the future of an academic, noted and subjected magazine to a continuous evaluation and revision that it tries to place it among the best magazines scientists completing the demands of quality imposed for their consideration as counting towars "sexenios" obtaining in the The current situation of the scientific magazines is analyzed as regards economy and as regards participation organizations, making expressed mention of the two objectives that must govern the publication of the magazines; this is, of a part, the quality, and of other, the diffusion. On the other hand, the situation of the Revista de Estudios Cooperativos (REVESCO) is introduced in this environment and it is compared with the rest of the Magazines to determine its position The future lines of REVESCO are in the conclusions of this study.
Keywords: Academy Scientific Review; quality; diffusion; impact; participation organizations (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M10 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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