ASAC Conference: Many prize-winning papers

June 27, 2012

At the 40th Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) conference, held from June 9 to 12 in St. John’s, Newfoundland, several members of the HEC Montréal community were honoured for their excellent papers.

First of all, in the Finance category, one PhD student stood out: Hyacinthe Somé, who won the Best Paper Award for “Competition, Corporate Governance and Country Characteristics.” 

Émilie Gibeau, PhD student and research assistant at the Pôle santé HEC Montréal, was presented with the Best Paper Award in the Health Care Management category, for “Multiple Identities: Suturing the Literature on the Suturing of the Self.” 

A PhD graduate, Manon Guillemette, Full Professor Guy Paré (IT) and Assistant Professor Marie-Claude Trudel (IT) were also honoured at this Conference. See the related news item.



ASAC is a professional society of those interested in the scholarship, teaching and practice of management. Its members are based in business and related faculties at Canadian and international post-secondary institutions as well as private- and public-sector organizations. ASAC provides a stimulating and collegial community for sharing perspectives and building relationships across disciplines and industries.

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