Jae W. Lee
Associate Professor of Economics and Finance
BA Seoul National University 1963 MA City College 1966 PhD CUNY 1969
Areas of Expertise:
International Finance, International Trade, Applied Econometrics, Income Distribution
"Trade-off Between Growth and Income Equality." In The Theory of Income and Wealth Distribution, edited by Y. S. Brenner et al., pp. 155-77. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1988.
"Investment Performance of Common Stocks in Relation to Insider Ownership" (with Jack Francis and Wi S. Kim). Financial Review, February 1988.
"A Dynamic Analysis of the Relative Share of Production Labor to Capital." Applied Economics, August 1976, pp. 207-14.
"An Empirical Analysis of China's Brain Drain into the United States" (with Charles H. Kao). Economic Development and Cultural Change, April 1973, pp. 500-13.
"Determinants of the Changes in Relative Factor Share." Review of Economics and Statistics, August 1970, pp. 331-36.
President, Korea-America Economic Association, 1989.
Chairman, Session on Asian Economic Integration, American Economic Association/Korea-America Economic Association; Allied Social Science Associations Conference, Boston, 1994. Referee, Journal of Policy Modeling.
Consultant, Control Data Corporation and New York State Consumer Protection Board.
Awards, Honors, etc.:
Faculty Research Grant, CUNY Research Foundation, 1979-80, 1973-74, and 1972-73.
Faculty Research Award, University of Wisconsin, 1970-71.
Dissertation Fellowship, CUNY Graduate Center, 1968-69.