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Albert  Mills

Albert Mills

Visiting Researcher

Albert J. Mills is an 02 Professor of Innovation Management at UEF. He is also Professor Emeritus of Management in the Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Business School, Faculty of Social Sciences and Business Studies

Albert’s research interests include gender discrimination at work; intersectionality and diversity management; management history; and existentialism and management theory. He is the author and editor of over 150 scholarly articles; 100 book chapters and 50 books. He is the co-developer of Critical Sensemaking and ANTi-History and played an important role in the development of the field of gender and organizational theory. Albert is currently the Co-Chair of the international Critical Management Studies organization and has previously served as President of the Atlantic Schools of Business; President of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada; Divisional Co-Chair of the Critical Management Studies division of the Academy of Management; and board member of the International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management and of the Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism. He is the Co-editor of the international journal Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management and serves on the editorial board of several leading journals. He has supervised 30 plus doctoral students in Canada and Finland. Albert’s association with Finland began in 1996 when he co-taught an international course on gender, culture and management at Lappeenranta University; taught doctoral courses at Hanken University and at the UEF since 2011. He has also been involved in several Canadian and Finnish-funded research to the tune of CAN$12 million.


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