Gordon Ford College of Business Staff
- Associate Professor - Accounting
- Grise Hall 519
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, Business Administration (Accounting), 1993
MBA, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, Business Administration, 1984
BA, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, Business Administration, 1982
Dr. Lee teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in managerial accounting. His current research focuses on financial markets and behavioral studies in the experimental market and the use of accounting information. Dr. Lee has presented a number of papers at international, national, and regional academic meetings. He has written numerous scholarly articles in financial and behavioral accounting areas. While he took a professional leave of absence in Hong Kong, he served as a member on the Research Board of the Hong Kong Society of Accountants (later renamed to be the Hong Kong Institute of CPAs). Dr. Lee was invited to teach at the International Summer Campus at Korea University, one of the most prestigious international summer programs. Dr. Lee has authored articles in prestigious scholarly and professional journals such as the Journal of Accounting and Finance Research and Management Decision. He has also served the University and the region for a number of internationalization, economic development, and foreign firm recruitment projects.