Biography

Sung Kwan Lee is an Assistant Professor of Finance at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen. He received his Ph.D. in finance from NYU Stern. He holds an M.F. in finance from MIT Sloan as well as a B.S.E in finance and a B.A.S. in computer science and mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania. His main research interests are household finance, behavioral finance, corporate finance, and FinTech.


Academic Publications

WORKING PAPERS

1.    Fintech Nudges: Overspending Messages and Personal Finance Management (Job Market Paper)

2.    Sports Sentiment and Spending: Evidence from Sidney Crosby’s Fans

WORK IN PROGRESS

1.    Toward Comprehensive Measures of the Costs and Risks of Development Banks: The Case of the KDB (with Deborah Lucas)

2.    The Effectiveness of the Credit Limit Management Measure in Singapore (with Sumit Agarwal)

3.    Micro-Level Stress Testing on Homebuyers in Canada