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Three APS professors appear in Stanford University’s 2020 list of the world’s top 2% of scientists

November 2021

Congratulations to Professors Stephen Cheung, Chou Kee-lee and CK Woo of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies for their appearance in Stanford University’s 2020 list of the world’s top 2% of scientists.

 

 

Professor Cheung is currently the President and Chair Professor of Public Policy. His research focuses on corporate governance, corporate social responsibility and financial market development. In terms of career-long impact, he ranks 192 out of 10,777 scientists in the field of Finance (self-citations excluded, same as below) with a composite score (c-score)  of 3.36.

Professor Chou Kee-lee is currently the Associate Vice President (Research) and Chair Professor of Social Policy. Renowned for his research on Poverty and Geriatrics, he ranks 44 out of 10,025 with a c-score of 3.87 for career-long impact and 32 with a c-score 3.44 for single-year impact.

Professor CK Woo is currently the Adjunct Professor, specializing in Energy Economics and Applied Microeconomics. He ranks 2,200 out of 229,150 with a c-sore of 3.39 in the field of Energy for career-long impact and 3,479 with a c-score of 2.55 for single-year impact.

 APS looks forward to seeing its public policy research that leads to positive changes to societies and nations.

*The composite score includes the following six metrics from Scopus: 1) total citations; 2) Hirsch h-index; 3) coauthorship-adjusted Schreiber hm-index; 4) number of citations to papers as single author; 5) number of citations to papers as single or first author; and 6) number of citations to papers as single, first, or last author.