Min-Young Lee

Min-Young Lee


Min-Young Lee

Department Chair

317 Erikson Hall Lexington, KY 40506-0050

Last Revised: Sep 6th, 2023

Professional Biography

Dr. Min-Young Lee is Professor in the Department of Retailing and Tourism Management at the University of Kentucky since 2007. She received her Ph.D. in Retail and Consumer Sciences at the University of Tennessee.

Dr. Lee’s primary research focuses on corporate social responsibility and socially responsible consumption. She has published over 30 papers and 2 book chapters and served as an associate editor of the Journal of Global Fashion Marketing and Sustainability. She also served as a track chair for several international and national conferences, including International Apparel and Textile Associations Conference, Global Marketing Conference, Global Fashion Management Conference, and American Collegiate Retailing Association Conference.    

Dr. Lee’s teaching interests are in the areas of consumer behavior, retail strategy, promotion and retail analysis, international retailing, and multi-channel retailing, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

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Ph.D., Retail & Consumer Sciences, University of Tennessee, 2007
M.S., Management Science, University of Tennessee, 2003
M.S., Communications, University of Tennessee, 2001
B.S., Mass Communication, Yonsei University, 1996

Course Instruction

MAT 315: Merchandise Planning and Control
MAT 510: Electronic Retailing
MAT 514: Entrepreneurship
MAT 650: Survey of Current Theories & Literature

Contact Information

Vanessa Jackson, Ph.D.
Department Chair

102 Erikson Hall Lexington, KY 40506-0050

+1 (859) 257-4917