HKBU scholar ranked 1st in Hong Kong in the Association of Information Systems (AIS) Research Rankings
Prof Christy CHEUNG, Professor in the Department of Management, Marketing and Information Systems of Hong Kong Baptist University, is ranked first in Hong Kong in the latest Association of Information Systems (AIS) Research Rankings. The rankings are based on the Association for Information Systems’ (AIS) List of High-quality Journals, accumulated from 2020 to 2022.
AIS is the premier association for information systems scholars and educators. The ranking service is a globally reputable indicator tracking publications in eight leading journals in the field of business information systems and digitisation, namely MIS Quarterly (MISQ), Information Systems Research (ISR), Journal of the AIS (JAIS), Journal of MIS (JMIS), European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS), Information Systems Journal (ISJ), Journal of Strategic Information Systems (JSIS), and Journal of Information Technology (JIT). To learn more about the AIS Research Rankings, please visit its website.
Recently Prof Cheung has also been listed on the Research.com ranking of the Best Business and Management Scientists in China. Prof Cheung is ranked 13 nationwide and is the only scholar from HKBU that has been recognized in this ranking in which over 7,819 scientists from the discipline of Business and Management were examined. To learn more about the Research.com’ best scientists ranking, please visit its website.
About the researcher
Professor Christy M.K. Cheung is an internationally renowned scholar. She joined the School of Business at Hong Kong Baptist University in September 2006, and is currently a professor at the Department of Management, Marketing and Information Systems and the Director of the HKBU Research Office. Prof Cheung was conferred the title “RGC Senior Research Fellow” in the inaugural Research Grants Council (RGC) Senior Research Fellow Scheme in 2020 with a fellowship grant to support her research on providing cyberbullying solutions to social platforms. Her research interests include IT and user behaviours, social media and e-commerce platforms, IT and societal implications.