2014 Track Chairs

Business Communication

Alla Kushniryk, Mount Saint Vincent University

Case Track

Robert MacDonald, Crandall University

Ethics & Social Issues

Heidi Weigand, Saint Mary’s University

HR/IR

Shelagh Campbell, University of Regina

Business History

Gabrielle Durepos, Mount Saint Vincent University

Co-operative Management

Daphne Rixon, Saint Mary’s University

Finance

John Rumsey, Dalhousie University

Management Education

Scott MacMillan, Mount Saint Vincent University

Business History

Terry Weatherbee, Acadia University

Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Claudia De Fuentes, Saint Mary’s University

Gender & Diversity

David Wicks, Saint Mary’s University

Marketing

Karen Blotnicky, Mount Saint Vincent University

Business History 

The Business History division of the 2014 Atlantic Schools of Business conference in conjunction with the UK Management History Research Group (MHRG) call for scholarly papers, symposia and professional development workshop proposals. An international constituent is expected this year and thus submissions are encouraged from North America, Europe and beyond. A special issue in the journal Management & Organizational History titled “Re-visiting the Historic Turn 10 years later: Current Debates in Management and Organizational History” has been developed to which the Business History division co-conveners will encourage authors to submit their manuscripts. Though papers in later stages of development are likely to be considered for inclusion in the special issue, ASB in general and the Business History division specifically invites papers from all areas of management and business history, in universities and outside, targeting research at any stage of development.

 

For more information follow the links below:

Business History Division Call for Scholarly Papers, Symposia and Professional Development Workshops

Management & Organizational History - Special Issue Call for Papers

 

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

The track on Entrepreneurship and Innovation invites submissions of original unpublished papers for the 2014 Atlantic Schools of Business Conference. An international constituent is expected this year and thus submissions are encouraged from North America, Europe and beyond. A special Issue in the International Journal of Work Innovation titled “Innovation and entrepreneurship as key drivers for growth” has been developed to which the track on Entrepreneurship and Innovation will encourage authors to submit their manuscripts. Though papers in later stages of development are likely to be considered for inclusion in the special issue, we invite papers at any stage of development.

 

For more information follow the links below:

Entrepreneurship & Innovation Division Call for Papers

International Journal of Work Innovation - Special Issue on: “Innovation and entrepreneurship as key drivers for growth”