Gemma Lee, Ph.D.
I earned my Ph.D. in finance from Vanderbilt University and came to Seton Hall from the University of Alabama.
I earned my Ph.D. in finance from Vanderbilt University and came to Seton Hall from the University of Alabama, where I taught corporate finance. I teach both corporate finance and investments, and have a broad interest in finance, from security issuance and venture capital to financial accounting, alternative investments, and corporate governance. I have also taught at DePaul University.
My research interests include security issuance, venture capital, financial accounting, alternative investments, corporate governance, investment banking, and hedge funds.
Courses at Seton Hall
Financial Strategy (BFIN 3211)
Corporate Finance (BFIN 7236)
Security Analysis (BFIN 7219)
- Ph.D., Vanderbilt University
- M.A., Vanderbilty University
- B.A., Sogang University, Korea
Academic Distinctions Awards
- Stillman School Research awards: 2010
- Researcher of the Year in the Stillman School of Business, Seton Hall University: 2010
- University recognition for publication in a top-tier journal, the Journal of Financial Economics