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Ho-Hyung Lee
Ho-Hyung (“Luke”) Lee is the founder and CEO of UBIMS, Inc. ("Ubiquitous Market System"). He's by training a lawyer, an international businessman, an entrepreneur – and an inventor. Lee holds a Bachelor of Law degree from Han Yang University, Seoul, South Korea and an MBA from the State University of New York at Buffalo.

His extensive business experience includes more than 30 years in finance and manufacturing. He's also conducted seminars for the Korea Development Institute, the Korean Ministry of Strategy and Finance, and the Korean Ministry of Knowledge Economy. Lee has finally figured a clear way out of the current economic crisis and developed the modern world's first Public Information-Based Supply Chain Infrastructure - UBIMS Inc.

Entries by Ho-Hyung Lee

The ISCN-as-a-Solution (ISCNaaS)

(0) Comments | Posted August 28, 2015 | 1:40 AM


Even though a raft of more economic troubles seem to be coming from the slowdown in China, widespread commodity price collapses, resource sector credit crises, the dominoes of emerging markets beginning to fall, credit markets rolling over, interest rate shocks, the third longest...

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It's the Supply Chain Process, Stupid

(0) Comments | Posted July 13, 2015 | 1:16 PM


Nobody will deny that THE current issue is the economy. But, economic leaders and politicians, take heed, it's not the economy, stupid; it's the supply chain process. Imagine that no public bridges were built at all in the Industrial Age. Not even a...

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A New Inter-Supply-Chain-Net as a Solution for the Current Economic Crisis

(3) Comments | Posted November 24, 2014 | 1:09 PM

Many high government officials and top economic experts have tried to solve our continuing worldwide economic recessions and revitalize the economies over the last several years, but to no avail. Resembling the myth of Sisyphus, every attempt to improve economic performance has resulted in that huge boulder tumbling back to...

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What Is the Main Structural Cause of Economic Inequality?

(1) Comments | Posted December 10, 2013 | 1:07 PM

Recently, in an Apostolic Exhortation, Pope Francis urged global leaders to fight poverty and growing inequality in his first major work saying, "As long as the problems of the poor are not radically resolved by rejecting the absolute autonomy of markets and financial speculation and by attacking the structural causes...

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The Real Cause of the Current Economic Crisis and a New Inter-Supply-Chain-Net as a Solution

(0) Comments | Posted May 30, 2013 | 1:54 PM

The U.S. and nearly every other developed nation face continued, severe economic problems. Despite being years into "recovery," few solutions actually work. Why?

The Real Question

Almost everyone in the G-20 nations is using the Internet. What does the Internet do? It serves as an efficient public infrastructure or platform...

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The Hidden Flaw in Our Economy: Why Didn't Our Economic Policies Work?

(0) Comments | Posted March 8, 2013 | 2:38 PM

Revitalizing the economy is now the most important national issue facing not only the United States, but all the G-20 nations, including Japan, Korea and many Euro zone countries. Even though each country has tried almost every possible policy and investment to revitalize their respective economies, most of these have...

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Japan's Lost Decades: Could They Happen in the US?

(14) Comments | Posted January 17, 2013 | 6:20 PM

By Luke Ho-Hyung Lee and Jess Parmer

When the Japanese economy prospered in the 1980s, every country in the world was envious. But when Japan's Great Recession hit in 1990 with collapses in land and stock prices, people were surprised but immediately thought that it was just a correction in...

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Supply Chain Revolution: How a 3-D Supply Chain Could Create Many New Jobs and Revitalize the Economy

(1) Comments | Posted December 12, 2012 | 12:08 PM

Extreme risk aversion continues to oppress the economy, and recovery is very slow. Perhaps it is time for a new take on what was wrong in the first place. Maybe all this mayhem owed less to financial disruption than is widely believed.

Our 2-D Private Supply Chain Process Is a...

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After the Election: The Hidden Flaw Holding Back Full Recovery

(11) Comments | Posted November 30, 2012 | 11:57 AM

Post-election America: The campaign was hard-fought on both sides, but President Barack Obama won with his message of "let's finish what we started."

Moving ahead, some new policies will be announced, and some cabinet changes made. Obama's January inauguration will precede a measured economic recovery in 2013.

That's the good...

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