Dr. Abraham Lee
Assistant Professor of Global Entrepreneurship and Information Communications Technology | Handong Global University
- Dr. Abraham Lee is assistant professor of global entrepreneurship and information communications technology at Handong Global University in South Korea. Based in San Francisco, he is also director of the San Francisco Entrepreneurship Exploration and Discovery Program.
- Lee’s research interests include organizational innovation, knowledge management, network theory, and dynamic capabilities. His expertise includes the application of Christocentric principles in economic and organizational development, particularly as it applies to business entrepreneurship and innovation.
- A Korean American of immigrant parents, Lee is interested in exploring the relationship of biblical faith to world cultures, freedom and democracy, and free market economies, with a special focus on the Korean democratic experience.
- He is a graduate of University of California, Berkeley, holds a Masters in Pacific International Affairs from the University of California, San Diego and a Doctorate in Business Administration from IE Business School.