- Professor of Business
- D.Sc., Engineering and Technology Management, The George Washington University
- M.A., Economics, University of Maryland
- B.A., Economics, National Taiwan University
Areas of Emphasis or Expertise
- Technology and Innovation Management
Dr. Chung-Shing Lee is Dean of the School of Business and Professor of Technology and Innovation Management (TIM). He has been a Visiting Professor in the College of Management and a Research Associate in the Institute of Knowledge Service and Innovation at Yuan Ze University in Taiwan (2004-05 and 2011-12). Prior to his current position, he was a faculty research associate in the Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering (CALCE) at the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland. His research has appeared in journals such as the Research Technology Management, Technovation, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, Internet Research, International Journal of Services Technology and Management, Competitiveness Review, Journal of International Technology and Information Management, and the International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialization. Dr. Lee is a member of the editorial board of the Technological Forecasting and Social Change (Elsevier), International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management (World Scientific Publishing), Journal of Competitiveness Studies (American Society for Competitiveness), and the Competitiveness Review: An International Business Journal (Emerald, 2007-2014) and the chief guest editor for the special issue on Regional Clusters and Global Competitiveness (2012).
Dr. Lee earned his B.A. from National Taiwan University, M.A. (Economics) from University of Maryland, and D.Sc. (Engineering & Technology Management) from The George Washington University.
Dr. Lee is the recipient of the following awards:
1. Wells Fargo Award for Excellence in Teaching. School of Business, Pacific Lutheran University. Academic Year 2009-2010.
2. Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence. “The DNA of Industrial Competitors” (co-authored with Dr. Jonathan C. Ho), Research Technology Management 51(4). The paper has been selected as one of the 50 best articles published in 2008 in management. The award ceremony was held at the Academy of Management annual conference on August 12, 2009 in Chicago, IL
3. Regency Advancement Award. Pacific Lutheran University. Academic Year 2009-2010.
4. Highly Commended Award (Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence) for the article “Strategic development of network clusters: A study of high technology regional development and global competitiveness” in Competitiveness Review, 2009.
5. Distinguished Research Award, Allied Academies of International Conference, Reno, NV. 18-20, October 2006.
6. K. T. Tang Faculty Excellence Award in Research, Pacific Lutheran University, Academic Year 2005-2006.
7. Top 50 Most Downloaded Articles award, 2005. Emerald Literati Network An analytical framework for evaluating e-commerce business models and strategies”, Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy, 11(4), 2001.
8. Research Award. School of Business, Pacific Lutheran University, Academic Year 2002-2003, 2005-2006, 2008-09, and 2011-12.
9. Faculty Grant Award (with Dr. Eli Berniker), Wang Center for International Programs, Pacific Lutheran University, Academic Year, 2004-05.
10. Dean’s Award for Service. School of Business, Pacific Lutheran University, Academic Year 2002-2003.
11. Faculty Teaching Award. Center for Teaching and Learning, Pacific Lutheran University. Academic Year 2001-2002.
12. Highly Commended Award. The Literati Club, The Association for Emerald Editors and Authors, 2002.
13. Wells Fargo Award for Excellence in Teaching. School of Business, Pacific Lutheran University. Academic Year 2000-2001.
14. Best Academic Paper Award. Second World Congress on the Management of Electronic Commerce. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 17-19 January 2001.
15. Regency Advancement Award. Pacific Lutheran University. Academic Year 2001-2002.
16. Excellence in Teaching Award. School of Business, Pacific Lutheran University. Academic Year 1999-2000.