Teaching: FIN3018 Financial Econometrics, FIN7030 Trading Principles (MSc Computational Finance and Trading).
Research Interests: Barry’s research interests include financial cooperatives, technology adoption in financial institutions and the efficiency/productivity of financial institutions.
Modelling the Performance of Irish Credit Unions, 2002-2010 with(Colin Glass & Donal McKillop) In: Financial Accountability & Management, (Forthcoming 2015).
Commission on Irish Credit Unions Final Report: Structural characteristics of Irish credit unions: An semi-parametric analysis of performance and its determinants (with Donal McKillop).
Cooperative banking efficiency in Japan 2012 European Journal of Finance (with Donal McKillop, Colin G Glass & John Wilson)
“Internet banking and Irish credit unions” 2012 International Journal of Co-operative Management Vol 6, 1.
“Usage of internet based technology by Irish credit unions” Autumn 2010, CUFocus, ILCU.
“A performance overview of Irish credit unions” Spring 2010, CUFocus, ILCU.
“Cost performance of Irish credit unions” 2009 Journal of Cooperative studies 42, 22-36. Education: Barry received a PhD from Queens University Management School in December 2012, a Masters in Finance from RMIT University Melbourne in 2006 and a BA(Hons) in Accounting from Queens University Belfast in 1995.
Awards: December 2006, the FINSIA award for Academic Excellence.
Work Experience: I spent eight years in London working in the Financial Services Industry between 1995 and 2003. In this time i also ran a night club on a boat on the Thames.
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