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3 APS Faculty members recognized by Stanford University’s list of the world’s top 2% of scientists

December 2020

Congratulations to Chair Prof Stephen Y.L. CHEUNG, Chair Prof CHOU Kee-lee and Prof WOO Chi-keung, who have been included in November 2020 by the Stanford University’s list of the world’s top 2% of scientists.

Professor CHEUNG is ranked 194 out of 9,626 scientists in the field of Finance, with a C Score of 3.35 (composite indicator for career-long impact). Professor Cheung is highly active in academic research, focusing on corporate governance, corporate social responsibility and financial market development, and publishes widely in international refereed journals, and until 2019, he has published 74 papers.

Professor CHOU is ranked 69 out of 9,241 scientists in the field of Geriatrics, with a C Score of 3.86. Prof CHOU has published over 160 papers in areas of geriatric psychiatry, elderly policies, population policy, immigrant policy, poverty, welfare reform, income inequality, and health policy. He has conducted numerous policy research projects funded by the Research Grant Council (RGC) and the Central Policy Unit (Predecessor of Policy Innovation and Co-ordination Office) of The HKSAR government.

Prof WOO Chi-keung is ranked 1,452 out of over 186,000 scientists in the field of Energy, with a C Score of 3.38 that reflects his widely cited papers on energy economics and the electricity industry. With over 170 refereed publications, he has won a General Research Fund project, a Teaching Development Grant, a Public Policy Research project, five faculty research prizes, and a gold medal for Online Assessment System for Individual Scores (OASIS) in the International Innovation and Invention Competition (IIIC) Taiwan 2020.

APS looks forward to seeing our faculty members’ research output that helps shape public policies for the future.

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