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Journal co-edited by EdUHK scholar admitted to SSCI

Journal co-edited by EdUHK scholar admitted to SSCI

Journal of Asian Public Policy (JAPP), co-edited by Dr Alex Jingwei He of the Education University of Hong Kong, has been recently promoted to the prestigious Social Science Citation Index (SSCI). The Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics), which runs the SSCI, notes that JAPP continues

APS PhD students awarded prestigious scholarships

APS PhD students awarded prestigious scholarships

Four new PhD students from the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) have been awarded prestigious scholarships. Ms Burcu Mirkelam, Ms Munira Jahan, and Mr Tareq Hossain Khan have been selected as the recipients of Hong
APS faculty published co-authored policy report

APS faculty published co-authored policy report

Dr. Kris Hartley, Assistant Professor at APS, has published a co-authored policy report in association with the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and the University of Melbourne’s Connected Cities Lab. Based on a survey of 47 cities, the report discusses the primary obstacles cities face

[17 October 2020] BGCS Programme Briefing Session

[17 October 2020] BGCS Programme Briefing Session

The Department of Asian and Policy Studies, The Education University of Hong Kong will host 2 Programme briefing sessions on Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) in Greater China Studies. Students and interested parties can take this opportunity to get the latest updates on our programme

APS faculty published article on COVID-19 and fake news

Assistant Professor Kris Hartley in the Department of Asian and Policy Studies at the Education University of Hong Kong recently published an article in Policy Sciences journal entitled “Fighting fake news in the COVID-19 era: policy insights from an equilibrium model.” The article introduces a

APS faculty published article on UN Sustainable Development Goals

APS faculty published article on UN Sustainable Development Goals

Assistant Professor Kris Hartley in the Department of Asian and Policy Studies at the Education University of Hong Kong recently published an article in the International Review of Public Policy entitled “The Epistemics of Policymaking: from Technocracy to Critical Pragmatism in the UN Sustainable Development