Samuel Lee
Assistant Professor of Finance
Stern School of Business
New York University

Ph.D. Finance, Stockholm School of Economics
M.A., Business Administration, Goethe University, Frankfurt
B.A., Political Science, Goethe University, Frankfurt 

Applied microeconomic theory, esp. corporate finance, corporate governance, financial markets, social networks, crime

1. Burkart, Mike and Samuel Lee, 2008, "One Share-One Vote: The Theory," Review of Finance, 12(1), 1-49.
2. At, Christian, Mike Burkart, and Samuel Lee, 2011, "Security-Voting Structure and Bidder Screening," Journal of Financial Intermediation, 20(3), 458-476.
3. Human Trafficking and Regulating Prostitution (with Petra Persson), December 2013, submitted
4. Smart Buyers (with Mike Burkart), December 2013, submitted
5. Financing from Family and Friends (with Petra Persson), April 2013, under revision for 2nd round
6. Signaling in Tender Offer Games (with Mike Burkart), January 2013, under revision for 3rd round
7. Market Liquidity, Active Investment, and Markets for Information, June 2013
8. Authority versus Loyalty: Social Incentives and Governance (with Petra Persson), August 2011
9. Circles of Trust (with Petra Persson and Nikita Rosketskiy), under revision
10. Gold Rush Dynamics of Private Equity (with Daniel Sunesson)