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Mansokku Lee

Assistant Professor of Economics

School of Business

South Hall 116C
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
585-245-5363
leem@geneseo.edu

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Faculty Information

Education

  • B.S., Korea University
  • Ph.D., University of Utah

Research Interests

Dr. Lee's research interests are in the areas of macroeconomics and international economics.
Fall 2015 Classes

ECON 212:
Intermed Macroeconomic Theory

    A study of the theories of social accounting; aggregate, simple, and general income and price level determination; and economic growth. Emphasis is given to techniques of national income and wealth ac
    counting, consumption, and investment functions. Neo-Classical and Neo-Keynesian equilibrium models, the theory of employment, and aggregate growth models are also considered. Prerequisites: ECON 112 and (MATH 213 or MATH 221).
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ECON 293:
HonorsSeminarinEconomics I-Lec

    This is the first in a two course sequence leading to graduation with Honors in Economics. Topics will vary based on the interests of the student and the approval of the instructor. This course focu
    ses on research methods and the development of an appropriate research question. The student will prepare a high quality literature review covering recent developments on the selected topic. The literature review will be the foundation for independent original research on the selected topic. Additionally students will begin collecting the data necessary to undertake an original research project. Prerequisites: ECON 210 or ECON 212, ECON 307, a 3.3 GPA in economics courses and a cumulative GPA of 3.3 overall. Permission of supervising instructor is required. Offered every fall semester when demand is sufficient
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ECON 293:
HonorsSeminarinEconomics I-Act

    This is the first in a two course sequence leading to graduation with Honors in Economics. Topics will vary based on the interests of the student and the approval of the instructor. This course focu
    ses on research methods and the development of an appropriate research question. The student will prepare a high quality literature review covering recent developments on the selected topic. The literature review will be the foundation for independent original research on the selected topic. Additionally students will begin collecting the data necessary to undertake an original research project. Prerequisites: ECON 210 or ECON 212, ECON 307, a 3.3 GPA in economics courses and a cumulative GPA of 3.3 overall. Permission of supervising instructor is required. Offered every fall semester when demand is sufficient
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ECON 305:
Quantitative Methods

    This course covers the quantitative analysis tools associated with professional practice in business. This course draws on the fundamental probability and statistics learned in ECON 205. Topics incl
    ude the use of regression analysis, development of forecasting models, and the use of linear programming. The course concludes with a final research project requiring the application of quantitative methods to real-world data. Prerequisites: ECON 205 and junior status. Restricted to School of Business majors and minors. Crosslisted with MGMT 305.
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MGMT 305:
Quantitative Methods

    This course covers the quantitative analysis tools associated with professional practice in business. This course draws on the fundamental probability and statistics learned in ECON 205. Topics incl
    ude the use of regression analysis, development of forecasting models, and the use of linear programming. The course concludes with a final research project requiring the application of quantitative methods to real-world data. Prerequisites: ECON 205 and junior status. Restricted to School of Business majors and minors. Crosslisted with ECON 305.
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