Corporate Finance, Investment
Dr. Lee has been teaching a variety of undergraduate and graduate economics, finance, and statistics courses. He earned his Ph.D. in Finance from the George Washington University and MBA from the University of Rochester Simon School of Business. He taught at West Chester University in Pennsylvania and Bowie State University. He has taught finance and business analytics courses at Fairfax campus, before joining GMU Korea. He also worked as a financial analyst at Koomin Bank in Korea for two years.
Dr. Lee has been participating in a number of professional associations and is actively engaged in writing and submitting manuscripts to various journals. His research interest covers corporate finance, futures market, market microstructure, and financial market regulation. He is ad hoc reviewer of the Journal of Futures Market.
Characteristics and Strategic Decision Pattern among Korean Entrepreneurs, Washington Business Research Journal, 2015
Dynamic Trading Value at Risk: Futures Floor Trading, Journal of Futures Market, 2006
BUS 210, Business Analytics 1
BUS 310, Business Analytics 2
ECON 310, Money and Banking
FNAN 303, Financial Management
FNAN 311, Principles of Investment
Ph.D. Finance, George Washington University
MBA, Simon School of Business, University of Rochester
B.A. Economics, Yonsei University, Korea
Webinar presentation, “Challenges and solutions of Financing Entrepreneur/Startup in developing country”, V-ETHOS program by World Bank, April 2021