Associate Professor Seojeong Jay Lee
Associate Professor

Associate Professor Seojeong Jay Lee

  • Ph.D. in Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2008-2012
  • M.A. in Economics, Seoul National University, 2006-2008
  • B.A. in Economics, B.A. in Political Science (dual major), summa cum laude, Seoul National University, 2000-2006 (military service 2002-2004)
Business School
Sch of Economics

I joined UNSW in 2012 after I finished my PhD in Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Phone
+61-2-9065-3325

Publications

Awards

  • UNSW Business School Dean's Research Fellow, 2020-2022
  • UNSW Business School Non-Professorial Research Achievement Award (AUD 2,500), 2017 
  • The Zellner Thesis Award (Honorable Mention) in Business and Economic Statistics, American Statistical Association, 2014

Grants

  • Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Project DP210101440 (AUD 336,939), 2021-2023
  • UNSW Business School Dean's Research Fellowship (AUD 60,000), 2020-2022
  • Health@Business UNSW Grant (AUD 3,500), 2020
  • Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) DE170100787 (AUD 331,000), 2017-2019
  • UNSW Business School Non-Professorial Research Achievement Award (AUD 2,500), 2017 
  • UNSW Business School Research Grant (AUD 42,960), 2015-2017
  • UNSW Business School Special Research Grant (AUD 17,699), 2013-2014

Media

I am an econometrician and economist working in the area of statistical inference (decision making). My main research interests are the generalized method of moments (GMM), instrumental variables (IV), two-stage least squares (2SLS), and generalized empirical likelihood (GEL) estimators and their large sample properties under the general model misspecification. Specifically, I am interested in developing robust inference methods under misspecified moment conditions, invalid/many/weak instruments, heterogeneous treatment effects, and clustered sampling. 

I have taught econometrics courses for undergraduate and postgraudate students.