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Richard A. Lee, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Business
B.S., University of North Carolina at Charlotte
M.S., North Carolina State University
Ph.D., Northcentral University
firstname.lastname@example.org | 800-345-4973 x6430
Dr. Richard A. Lee is an associate professor of business management and teaches courses in financial management and management information systems. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, his Master of Science degree in Management from North Carolina State University, and his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Finance from North Central University. Prior to joining Barton College, Lee spent thirteen years in management roles for Nortel Networks including software engineering, research and development, commercial marketing, and product management. His current research interest is in the risk analysis of real estate investment. He was recently published in the Journal of Management Innovation and Creativity and the Journal of Academic Administration & Finance.
Lee and his wife Lisa, class of 1987, are residents of Clayton and spend much of their free time devoted to their six-year-old daughter, Peyton.
- A Comparison of Arms-Length Verses Non-Arms-Length Residential Home Sales: The Impact of Small Scale Investors, Journal of International Business Management and Research, Vol. 5, Issue 15, Fall 2014.
- Examining Financial and Non-Financial Indicators for Prediction Private Higher Education Viability, The Journal of Academic Administration in Higher Education, Vol. 5, Issue 2, Fall 2009.
- A Student Centered Model for Analyzing Real Estate Investment Return & Risk using Algorithmic Discounted Cash Flow Pro Forma Simulation Analysis, Review of Management Innovation and Creativity, 4(13) 11-31.