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Focusing on real life management issues in the unique socio-economic environment of Asia. This journal covers all the major management areas including accounting and finance, business ethics, entrepreneurship, human resource management, marketing, organizational behavior and strategic management.
This journal includes cases in which a student is placed in the role of a decision-maker & asked to make recommendations appropriate to the context of the situation, and case studies (descriptions of real situations).
This title provides contemporary case materials for teaching topics in the organisation and management of information systems and on the social consequences of information technology.
Case topics include but are not restricted to technology and the management of IT, including strategy, business models, change, infrastructure, organization, human resources, sourcing, system development and implementation, communications, technology developments, technology impacts and outcomes, technology futures, national policies and standards.
Provide high-quality original teaching cases, research or analytical cases, evidence-based case studies, comparative studies on industry sectors, products and practical applications of management concepts.
The Acadia Institute of Case Studies (AICS), is a non-profit centre in the School of Business Administration at Acadia University. They provide educational resource materials such as case studies on a variety of topics including entrepreneurship and small business operations.