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ASAC 2021 : Annual Conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada


When Jun 12, 2021 - Jun 15, 2021
Where Viirtual
Submission Deadline Mar 5, 2021
Categories    business   management   organizations   entrepreneurship

Call For Papers

Dear Colleagues,

The Entrepreneurship & Family Business Division of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada invites you to submit your work to ASAC/2021 conference, to take place on June 12-15, 2021. This year, ASAC will be held 100% virtually.

This might be an excellent opportunity to discuss your ideas and findings in a friendly yet academically rigorous environment. In addition to full papers, we invite submission of 1200-1500 words work-in-progress papers, to get an early developmental feedback on your research.

Please find the full Call for Papers can be found here:

The deadline for submissions is March 5 at midnight, Eastern Standard Time.

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