=====[sorry for the cross posting]====

The International Business (IB) division of the of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) invites you to submit a contribution for its 45th annual conference held by HEC Montreal on May 29 - June 1, 2017

The conference theme: “Digital Economies and Cities” highlights the growing importance of technology and information exchanges between community stakeholders including governments, enterprises, and citizens. ASAC’s IB division welcomes submissions on this theme or on any other topic relevant to the division.  

The submission deadline is 12:00 noon Eastern Standard Time on February 3, 2017.

Montréal’s 375th anniversary presents an excellent opportunity to create a unique atmosphere for the 2017 ASAC Conference. Montréal is a fascinating city, a bold and complex mix of contrasts built on a legacy of heritage and culture with a European flair. Montréal is a cultural metropolis with over 20 classic museums, many theatres and countless performance halls to suit every taste, from fine arts to history to humor and sport enthusiasts. 

For the complete CfP for all divisions, please refer to http://www.asac.ca/asac2017confcallforpapers

If you have any question regarding to the CfP, please feel free to contact any of the IB Division officers:

Editor:             Sophie Veilleux ([log in to unmask])  Université Laval (Canada)     
Coordinator:   Gui Azevedo ([log in to unmask]) Audencia Business School (France)           
Chair:              Pao T. Kao ([log in to unmask]) Uppsala University (Sweden) )

Pao T. Kao, PhD
IB Division Chair 
Administrative Sciences Association of Canada  (ASAC) 
Montreal 2017, HEC, May 29 - June 1 

Deadline - 2017 Feb 3, noon, Eastern Standard Time 
CfP (http://www.asac.ca/asac2017confcallforpapers)

Forskare/ Postdoc Researcher
Department of Business Studies 
Uppsala Universitet

Visiting Address: 
Ekonomikum, Kyrkogårdsg. 10
Box 513, S-751 20, Uppsala