Originally founded in 1957, the Association of Canadian Schools of Commerce and Business Administration had a mission to promote and improve higher education in commerce and business as well as provide a forum for scholarly research. In 1977 the association changed its name to the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC). By the mid-1980s, ASAC was on par with associations such as the US Academy of Management. Today ASAC offers a collegial membership and international conference with twenty interdisciplinary tracks. ASAC is a place where senior and junior academics, students and business professional come together to innovate organizational management.
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New CJAS Editor in Chief announced: Michel Laroche, Concordia University
ASAC 2018 Conference: May 27-29, Ryerson University, Toronto
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