Dr. Jenifer Daley

Senior Lecturer in the University of the West Indies

Dr Jenifer Daley is a Senior Lecturer in Law, Accounting and Finance in the Department of Management Studies of the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. She is the author of Examining bank failure in developing countries: Lessons from Jamaica, Kingston: Sir Arthur Lewis Institute for Social and Economic Studies (SALISES), UWI, 2007, and of articles on financial sector stability and accounting issues in the financial sector.  She has held visiting fellowships to the University of Akron, Ohio, USA and Cardiff University, Wales, UK. Dr Daley is a qualified accountant, and a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica (ICAJ). She is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, Mona (B.Sc. Accounting, 1988; MSc Accounting 1992) and received her Ph D from Cardiff University. Dr Daley has experience as a senior economist with the Bank of Jamaica, and as finance manager in the commercial banking sector.

Dr. Daley’s passionate personal interests are youth development and sharing the gospel of salvation through Jesus Christ.

 

 

Recent Publications and Presentations

Out of many, dominance by a few? Market power in the Jamaican banking sector,"
by Jenifer Daley and Kent Matthews.

" Measuring bank efficiency: tradition or sophistication? – A note,"
by Jenifer Daley and Kent Matthews.

Efficiency and Convergence in the Jamaican banking sector 1998-2007
by Jenifer Daley and Kent Matthews.

Measuring post-crisis productivity for Jamaican banks
by Jenifer Daley and Kent Matthews.