Dr Kris Hartley, Assistant Professor at APS, has published a new co-authored article for the Journal of Asian Public Policy, titled “COVID-19 pandemic response in Iran: a dynamic perspective on policy capacity.” Together with co-author Hamid Sajadi (Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies, Tehran), Kris
May 2021 On May 24 2021, the University Grants Council (UGC) announced the results of the 2020 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), Hong Kong’s official scheme assessing the research performance and achievement of public universities. The assessment was undertaken by panels of distinguished experts from reputable
April 2021 As a Department who cares about creating impact locally, regionally and globally, we have been forging strategic partnerships with prestigious universities and thinktanks, as well as research institutions across the globe. We are proud to form a formidable alliance with the Leitner Center
We are delighted to announce that effective January, 2022, Policy & Society will be published by Oxford University Press (OUP), one of the world’s best known and leading international academic publishers. This transition marks a significant milestone in the Journal’s development, building on sustained growth
April 2021 Dr. Kris Hartley, Assistant Professor at APS, has published a new co-authored article for the journal Higher Education Research & Development. Kris and APS Professor Darryl Jarvis explore the dynamics of higher education in China. The article offers explanations for why China has
April 2021 A team of students from the Master of Public Policy and Management (MPPM) Programme of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) won the second runner-up in the Second Inter-University Public Policy Case Competition held by The Hong Kong University of Science
March 2021 Congratulations to Professor CK Woo, who has won a Gold Medal for his teaching development grant project’s invention, “Online Assessment System for Individual Scores (OASIS)” at the 2021 International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva.