Brian Lee

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Assistant Professor

Department Supply Chain & Information Systems
Office Address 447B Business Building
Email Address brian.lee@psu.edu

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Brian Lee is an assistant professor of information systems. He is broadly interested in the design and usage of information systems (IS) on the future of work and entrepreneurship.

Expertise

Crowdsourcing, Crowdfunding, Wisdom of Crowds, Information Technology and Innovation

Education

Ph D, Business Administration (Operations and Information Systems), 2017

M Phil, System Engineering and Engineering Management, 2012

BE, Logistics Management and Engineering, 2010

Courses Taught

MIS 301 – Business Analytics (3)
MIS 301 investigates use of databases, basic data mining tools, social networking software, and advanced level of spreadsheet management for analysis of large amounts of data. Learning methods emphasize active learning in the application of methods and tools to real data and the presentation of the results. Topics may include methods for analyzing not only structured data, but also unstructured data from the web, emails, blogs, social networks, click streams, etc. Finally, techniques for visualizing, presenting and communicating information in a useful way will be presented.

Selected Publications

Jin Y., Ba S., Lee B., Stallaert J., "Winning by Learning? Effect and Design of Knowledge Sharing in Crowdsourcing Contests." Information Systems Research, 2020
Lee B., Stallaert J., Fan M., "Anomalies in Probability Estimates for Event Forecasting on Prediction Markets." Production and Operations Management, vol. 29, no. 9, 2020, pp. 2077-2095
Lee B., Cruz J., Shankar R., "Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Issues in Supply Chain Competition: Should Greenwashing be Regulated?." Decision Sciences, vol. 49, no. 6, 2018, pp. 1088-1115
Lee B., Ba S., Li X., Stallaert J., "Salience Bias in Crowdsourcing Contests." Information Systems Research, vol. 29, no. 2, 2018, pp. 401-418
Lee B., Li X., "The Impact of Online Word of Mouth on Channel Disintermediation for Information Goods." Journal of Management Information Systems, vol. 35, no. 3, 2018, pp. 964-993