Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

Faculty and Staff

Suk Hun Lee

Title/s: Professor

Office #: Schreiber 712

Phone: 312.915.7071

E-mail: slee2@luc.edu

About

Sukhun Lee is a finance professor at Loyola University Chicago. He received his PhD. from the University
of Southern California in 1988 and has been at Loyola University Chicago ever since. His areas of expertise
are in developing countries’ debt issues, emerging financial markets and lottery gambling. He has
published numerous articles and they have appeared in numerous journals including Journal of
Development Economics, Journal of International Money and Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance,
Journal of International Business Studies, and Journal of Gambling Business and Economics. He is
currently conducting research on lottery gambling behaviors around the globe. He teaches Corporate
Finance and International Financial Management.

Degrees

  • PhD, Finance, University of Southern California, 1988

  • MBA, Finance, Florida State University, 1982

  • BS, Air Commerce and Transportation Technology, Florida Institute of Technology, 1980

Research Interests

  • International finance

Professional & Community Affiliations

Professional Associations

  • Financial Management Association

  • Southern Financial Management Association

  • Eastern Financial Management Association

Professional Activities
Referee for:

International Review of Financial Analysis 
Journal of International Money and Finance
Journal of Development Economics
Journal of Economics and Business
Review of Economics and Statistics

Journal of Finance
Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money Journal of Banking and Finance
International Economic Journal
Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting
Journal of Insurance Issues
Multinational Finance Journal
Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies
Journal of Emerging Market Finance

Courses Taught

  • FINC 332. Business Finance

  • FINC 335. Investments

  • FINC 355. International Financial Management

  • FINC 399. Advanced Topics in International Financial Management

  • FINC 450. Financial Management

  • FINC 455. International Financial Management

  • FINC 555. Advanced Topics in International Financial Management

Selected Publications

Refereed Articles 

Lee, S., Sung, H. (in press). Developing a profile of Lotto players in Korea. To appear in Journal of gambling business and economics.

Lee, S., Han, K., Suk, D., Sung, H. (2017). International diversification into emerging equity markets from the perspective of US investors. To appear in International Journal of Finance.

Lee, Sukhun. , Han, K., & Suk, D. "Changes in price and trading volume: bull vs. bear markets." Journal of Trading (2009).

Lee, Sukhun. , Han, K., & Suk, D. "The Impact of War on Emerging Markets' Bond prices: The Case of the Iraq War." International Journal of Finance, 18. 2 (2006).

Lee, Sukhun. , Han, K., & Suk, D. "Alternatives to Home Investment." Midwestern Business and Economic Review 38 (2006). 41-46.

Presentation of Refereed Papers

Lee, Sukhun, K. Han, and D. Suk. (2008, February). "Changes in price and trading volume: bull vs. bear markets." Midwest Finance Association, Unknown, Unknown.

Lee, Sukhun, K. Han, and D. Suk. (2008, October). "Changes in price and trading volume: bull vs. bear markets." Financial Management Association, Unknown, Unknown.

Lee, Sukhun, K. Han, and D. Suk. (2009). "Demand for Lottery: Speculation or Entertainment?" Southern Finance Association Meetings, Captiva Island, Florida.

Lee, Sukhun, K. Han, and D. Suk. (2007, April). "Do international trade patterns matter on debt restructuring outcomes? Evidence from 1980s." Eastern Finance Association, Unknown, Unknown.

Lee, Sukhun, K. Han, and D. Suk. (2006, March). "Does International Trade Pattern Matters in Debt Restructuring Outcome?"Midwest Finance Association, Unknown, Unknown.

Lee, Sukhun, K. Han, and D. Suk. (2005). "Impact of the Second Gulf War on the Emerging Market Bond Prices." Midwest Finance Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Lee, Sukhun, K. Han, and D. Suk. (2005). "Impact of the Second Gulf War on the Emerging Market Bond Prices." Eastern Finance Association, Norfolk, Virginia.