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D. Scott Lee
Director, Finance PhD Program
Mays Research Fellow
DepartmentDepartment of Finance
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- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Task Force – Searle Civil Justice Institute – George Mason University Law & Economics Center
- Mays Research Fellow
- Private Enterprise Research Center Fellow
Dr. Lee teaches corporate finance and valuation analysis. His research focuses on the economic, legal, and managerial labor market repercussions of government regulation, along with other corporate governance and agency issues. His articles have appeared in the Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Law & Economics and Strategic Management Journal.
He grew up as a printer in his family's weekly newspaper in southeastern Wyoming, and has owned and operated a commercial salmon fishing site in a remote part of Kodiak Island, Alaska since 1976.
Are Two Heads Better than One? Evidence from the Thrift Crisis (with John Byrd, Don Fraser and Semih Tartaroglu), Journal of Banking and Finance, Feb. 2012.
The Conditional Nature of the Value of Corporate Governance (with Daniel Chi), Journal of Banking and Finance, Feb. 2010.
The Cost to Firms of Cooking the Books (with Jon Karpoff and Jerry Martin), Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Sept. 2008.
- Emerald Management Review's 2012 Citations Excellence Award
- Sharpe Award for JFQA article of the year.
- Best paper CRSP Forum 2006.
The Consequences to Managers for Financial Misrepresentation (with Jon Karpoff and Jerry Martin), Journal of Financial Economics, May 2008.
Fight or Flight: Managing Stigma in Executive Careers (with Bert Cannella, Don Fraser and Matt Semadeni), Strategic Management Journal, 2008.
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PhD University of Oregon, 1990
BS University of Utah, 1983