Ph.D. Candidate, Claremont Graduate University
Mrs. Lee is an adjunct professor in accounting and economics. Her research interests include the intersection of Health Economics and Personal Finance. Specifically, she studies the effects of anxiety on risk preferences as well as the impacts of external sources' opinions on personal financial decision-making. Mrs. Lees' dissertation research focuses on the impact of political affiliation and financial incentives on COVID-19-related risk preferences and vaccination hesitancy. Her most recently published work analyzes correlates of COVID-19 vaccine acceptance, hesitancy, and refusal among employees of California's health system.
She is presently earning her Ph.D. in Economics in the Division of Politics and Economics within the School of Social Science, Policy, and Evaluation at Claremont Graduate University.