Dr Jonathan Lee

  • Lecturer in Finance (Accounting & Finance)

Biography

Jonathan Lee joined the Adam Smith Business School in 2022, as a lecturer in Finance. He completed his MSc in Money, Banking and Finance at Lancaster University and obtained a PhD in Finance at the University of Bristol. His research interests lie broadly in applied financial economics. His recent research focus on topics related to the role for private sector solutions in the safety net, the impact of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risk on banks, the effects of climate risk on property value and the implications for the banking industry, and the effects of litigation risk on banks’ lending behavior.

Research interests

Jonathan is a member of the School's Finance research cluster.

Areas of expertise:

  • Applied econometrics
  • Empirical banking
  • Sustainable finance
  • Climate risk

Publications

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2022

Danisewicz, P., Lee, C. H. and Schaeck, K. (2022) Private deposit insurance, deposit flows, bank lending, and moral hazard. Journal of Financial Intermediation, 52, 100967. (doi: 10.1016/j.jfi.2022.100967)

Garbarino, N., Guin, B. and Lee, J. (2022) The effects of subsidised flood insurance on real estate markets. Staff Working Paper No. 995. Working Paper. Bank of England.

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Articles

Danisewicz, P., Lee, C. H. and Schaeck, K. (2022) Private deposit insurance, deposit flows, bank lending, and moral hazard. Journal of Financial Intermediation, 52, 100967. (doi: 10.1016/j.jfi.2022.100967)

Research Reports or Papers

Garbarino, N., Guin, B. and Lee, J. (2022) The effects of subsidised flood insurance on real estate markets. Staff Working Paper No. 995. Working Paper. Bank of England.

This list was generated on Wed May 22 14:46:18 2024 BST.

Supervision

Teaching

  • Banking
  • Applied Econometrics