The 6th Macao Research in Humanities and Social Sciences, co-organized by the Macao Foundation, Guangdong Social Sciences Association, and the Social Sciences in China, the recipients of Outstanding Achievements have been announced on 26 August 2022. Faculty of Business Administration has received 4 outstanding awards in Paper, including the first prize.
For the continuously achievement of the Macao Research in Humanities and Social Sciences, and better mobilize the enthusiasm and creativity of Macau scholars, Macao Foundation, Guangdong Social Sciences Association, and the Social Sciences in China continuous to organize the 6th Macao Research in Humanities and Social Sciences in 2021. It received positive response, with a total of 274 Chinese and English publications from Macao, Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Taiwan and other regions. More than 80% are from local scholars and many of the papers have also been published in local or international core journals. At the same time, the number of English papers have also increased significantly this year, which shows that the academic atmosphere has become more active and international. The evaluation committee conducts initial assessment, review and final evaluation that our UM, FBA faculty members, Xiaoqing (Maggie) FU, Yang ZHANG, Jia YUAN, Fiona X. YANG and Lawrence Hoc Nang FONG were awarded a first prize, a third prize and two merit awards in Paper. We would like to congratulate those award-winning scholars.
The four awards won by scholars from the Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau are: Xiaoqing (Maggie) Fu, Yongjia Lin, Yang Zhang, Responsible investing in the gaming industry, received First Prize in Paper; Yuan Jia, Hua Feng LIANG,粵港澳大灣區地價指數的編制和比較: 一個基於特徵定價模型法的框架, received Third Prize in Paper; Fiona X. Yang, Virginia Meng-Chan Lau, Experiential learning for children at World Heritage Sites: The joint moderating effect of brand awareness and generation of Chinese family travelers, received Merit Prize in Paper; Carol Xiaoyue Zhang, Lawrence Hoc Nang Fong, ShiNa Li, Tuan Phong Ly, National identity and cultural festivals in postcolonial destinations, received Merit Prize in Paper. [Remarks: Authors highlighted in bold are from UM, FBA.]
The Faculty will continue to strive to achieve research excellence by producing quality research and making impact to the business community.
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