STEVEN JAMES LEE Ph.D., D.C.J.

Dr. Steven Lee is a lecturer in the Finance, Real Estate, and Law department at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, Previously, he worked as an adjunct professor at California Lutheran University, and an instructor at the University of California Riverside Extension. Lee holds a Ph.D. in Financial and Retirement Income Planning from The American College of Financial Services, where he was named the Sievert-Sternberg Doctoral Research Fellow, and a Doctorate of Criminal Justice degree from Northcentral University. He has spoken at professional conferences and other events on topics such as investment fraud, risk management, and retirement planning. Additionally, Lee has received numerous awards, including the Outstanding Instructor Award and Excellence in Online Teaching Award from the University of California Riverside Extension, Best Paper Award in Risk Management & Insurance at the CFP Board Academic Research Colloquium, and a fellowship from the Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society in Business. Dr. Lee’s current research agenda includes investigating the impact of insurance licensing on financial advisor misconduct, the current regulatory landscape of investment and insurance advice in America, and the implications of blockchain technology for central banks in the United States.

STEVEN JAMES LEE
STEVEN JAMES LEE
STEVEN JAMES LEE Ph.D., D.C.J.

Education

  • Ph.D. in Financial and Retirement Income Planning from The American College of Financial Services
  • Doctorate of Criminal Justice degree from Northcentral University