By joining the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC), you will gain access to a network of business academics Canada-wide and beyond in a variety of business and management disciplines. Our community is made up of 20 divisions that provides ASAC members a direct and friendly link to leaders and emerging talent in your specific field.
Annual ASAC Conference
ASAC members have access to our popular annual conference that attracts hundreds of business researchers from across Canada and a dozen other countries. The conference brings together thought leaders emerging work, and research opportunities in your specific discipline. Divisions provide paper awards and paper submissions are peer reviewed.
Present your own work to a wider audience through your divisional community. Whether it be an original paper or work in progress, this can be a great way to get feedback on your research and showcase your work and ideas to others in your field.
Stay up to date and stay current on the latest research and trends in your field at divisional sessions and through conference-wide speaker and workshop opportunities.
Network, connect and build relationships with other business academics and professionals in your field to grow your own community and research, and to advance your career.
Collaborate with other researchers and professionals, which can lead to new research projects and publications.
Professional development workshops help build your skills and to stay up to date on the latest research and trends.
Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences
Your ASAC membership includes a subscription to Canada’s scholarly business research journal. CJAS is a quarterly journal publishing competitively reviewed papers in all business fields. The journal also features special issues on various administrative sciences topics.
ASAC Job Postings
We provide our members with regular job postings from Canadian business schools; Calls for Papers from local, national and international conferences; and an opportunity to engage in comment and debate with colleagues.
An Opportunity to ‘Discover’ Canada
Each year the ASAC conference is held at a different location in Canada and activities are arranged to enhance your understanding of the diversity of our country.