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Faculty of Social Sciences

Department of Economics

Staff

Ms. Tracey Broome

Ms. Tracey Broome

Lecturer in Banking & Finance

Department: ECON

Qualifications

Pursuing Doctoral Studies
 
MSc. Banking and Finance (The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus)
 
BSc. Computer Science and Mathematics (The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus)
 
Post-graduate Certificate in University Teaching and Learning (CUTL)

Research Areas

R&D and Innovation
Financial Risk Management
 

Teaching Areas

 Elements of Banking and Finance
 Quantitative Methods for Banking and Finance
 Information Technology for Banking and Finance
 Entrepreneurship for Small Business Finance

Select Publications

​Alleyne, P., Soverall,W. and Broome, T. and Pierce, A. (2017) “Perceptions, Predictors and Consequences of Whistleblowing among Accounting Employees in Barbados.” Meditari Accountancy Research, 25(2), pp. 241-267.

Alleyne, P., Weekes-Marshall, D. and Broome, T. (2014) “Accountants’ Perceptions of Corporate Governance in Public Limited Companies in an Emerging Economy: Evidence from Barbados.” Meditari Accountancy Research, 22(2), pp. 186-210.

Alleyne, P. and Broome, T. (2011) “Using the theory of planned behaviour and risk propensity to explain investment intentions among potential investors.” Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies, 36(1), pp.1-20.

Moore, W., Robinson, J. and Broome, T. (2009). “How Important are Cash Flows for Firm Growth in Barbados?” Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies, 34(3), pp.1-18.



 

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