• Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2006
  • M.A., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2003
  • B.S., Kyung Hee University (South Korea), 2001


  • Systems Analysis and Design
  • Management of Information and Technology


Hong-Hee Lee is Assistant Professor of Finance and Quantitative Management at the Greehey School of Business at St. Mary’s University. Prior to joining St. Mary’s, he was Associate Professor at Seoul National University of Science and Technology in South Korea. He also taught as assistant professor for six years in the Department of Management at Dankook University in South Korea. He received his Ph.D. in Management and an M.A. in Management Information Systems from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Lee has taught various business and related courses including Software Programming, Statistics for Business, Supply Chain Management, Enterprise Resource Planning, Elementary Quantitative Methods, Management and Entrepreneurship, Operations Management, Service Operations Management, and Change and Innovation.

His research has appeared in SSCI, SCI or SCIE indexed journals such as Management DecisionIndustrial Management and Data SystemsInternational Journal of Information Technology and ManagementService Business, as well as several Korean-language journals. His current research interests are artificial intelligence for IT operations and process innovation in health care service.


J. Lee, C. Lee, and Hong-Hee Lee (2019) An Analysis of College Graduates’ Employment Factors Using Data Mining: The Importance of Volunteer Services, Logos Management Review, Vol. l7, No. 2., pp. 143-156.

Y. Joo, S. Lee, and Hong-Hee Lee (2019) A Comparative Study on the ICT and Software Industries of South Korea and the US through the Analysis of WIOD Interindustry Relations Table, Journal of Korea Service Management Society, Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. 233-253.

H. Kang, S. Lee, S. Park, and Hong-Hee Lee (2019) A Comparative Study on ICT Industries over South Korea, the US, and Japan Using Interindustry Relations Table, The Review of Business History, Vol. 34, No. 2, pp. 89-107.

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