Heemin Lee is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College. She joined Baruch College in 2017 after completing her Ph.D. in Accounting at Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago. Her research interests include the effects of regulations and areas of financial reporting quality, whistleblowing, and media. Heemin has been teaching undergraduates Managerial Accounting. She holds a B.A. in Statistics and Business Administration and an M.A. in Statistics from Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea.
“Did the Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Provision Deter Accounting Fraud?” with Phil Berger, Forthcoming in Journal of Accounting Research
-Featured in CLS Blue Sky Blog, Chicago Booth Review, National Law Review, etc.
“The Role of Academic Research in SEC Rulemaking: Evidence from Business Roundtable v. SEC” with Rachel Geoffroy, 2021, Journal of Accounting Research
-Featured in The FinReg Blog, Oxford Business Law Blog
Irving Weinstein Distinguished Scholar Award, Baruch College, 2021
EY Curriculum Innovation Award, Baruch College, 2021
PSC-CUNY Research Award, Baruch College, 2018, 2019
Booth School of Business PhD Fellowship, University of Chicago, 2012-2017
Katherine Dusak Miller PhD Fellowship, University of Chicago, 2015-2016
Oscar Mayer Fellowship, University of Chicago, 2013