Marketing Division of The Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Muskoka, Ontario, 9-13 May 2014; Deadline 15 Jan
Call for Papers
The Administrative Sciences Association of Canada
invites you to submit a paper or symposium proposal for its 42nd annual conference
Muskoka, Ontario, Canada
May 9th-13th, 2014
~ Sustainability and Innovations in Work and Leisure ~
ASAC 2014 will be hosted in Muskoka, Ontario, Canada, by Nipissing University. The conference theme, Sustainability and Innovation in Work and Leisure is an opportunity to examine and discuss issues and phenomena about change and the ecological, social and economic impacts on our workspaces and society. The theme is a broad basis which should provide a good environment for practitioners, teachers and scholars to reflect on and share their unique perspectives.
The conference will take place in the Muskoka Region of Northern Ontario at the Deerhurst Resort. The beautiful Deerhurst Resort is located in the town of Huntsville, also known for being the renowned cottage country of Toronto. The Muskoka Region was selected by National Geographic Traveler as one of the top places in the world to visit in 2012. Deerhurst Resort has been known as “the place where the world meets” as evidenced by its hosting of the 2010 G8 Summit.
Original papers, written in English or French, should be submitted electronically to the appropriate ASAC division in Microsoft Word. All contributions will be peer reviewed, and all accepted papers may have an abridged version included in the Proceedings.
Submissions should follow these guidelines:
- The maximum length for submitted papers is 30 double-spaced pages, including title page, tables, figures, illustrations, but excluding references.
- APA style (6th edition) for formatting and referencing is MANDATORY. A summary of APA style guidelines can be found at
http://www.mtroyal.ca/library/files/citation/apa.pdf (English) and
- Only papers that are included in the conference proceedings are eligible for awards. Authors have the option of sending a five-page abridged version for inclusion in the conference proceedings, instead of the full text of the paper.
All papers must be submitted via the conference webpage www.asac.ca no later than January 15th, 2014. Late submissions and submissions made directly to divisional executive members will not be accepted.
Authors of empirical cases, non-fictional cases with clear decision focus, relevant for undergraduate or graduate programs are invited to submit their case, and accompanying teaching notes, via the conference webpage www.asac.ca no later than January 15th, 2014. The same requirements and blind review procedures apply to case track submissions as for submissions to ASAC divisions. Awards recognizing the best cases submitted will be presented at the Conference.
Symposia and Workshops
Members interested in organizing a symposium or workshop should prepare a detailed description of its overall purpose and the specific role of each participant and submit it via the conference webpage www.asac.ca no later than January 15th, 2014. The same quality requirements and blind review procedures apply as for paper submissions. Symposium proposals can be jointly submitted to up to three divisions. However, the names of all the divisions must be noted in the symposium proposal. This permits the divisional officers to co-ordinate their program development efforts if a symposium proposal is accepted.
Divisional Editor – English:
Ebrahim Mazaheri, Ph.D.
Mehdi Zahaf, Ph.D.
University of Ottawa
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