Dr Beverley Preddie
Dr Beverley PREDDIE is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance. Her educational qualifications include PhD (Accounting, Finance and Governance), BA in Business and English Studies, MSc in Information Management and Finance, MA in Education and a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education.
With several years of teaching experience within primary, further and higher education, Beverley is committed to enhancing the teaching quality within higher education. As such, her professional qualifications include being a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Beverley is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) and is an individual who seeks to contribute significantly to the promotion of social cohesion and social mobility through research and education.
Beverley’s current research interests include ageing and the life course, retirement planning, social policy, labour economics, corporate governance and corporate finance.
Preddie, B. 2015. Diversity in Aging - an ethnic minority perspective. Proceedings of the 44th Annual Scientific & Educational Meeting of the Canadian Association on Gerontology Conference. Alberta, Canada.
Preddie, B. 2012. Pension reforms and the retirement outlook for ethnic minorities. Proceedings of the Ageing and Diversity – Diversity in Old Age Conference. Dortmund, Germany.
Preddie, B. 2012. The Pay As You Go Shift – Reducing Poverty in Old Age Through Private Savings. Proceedings of the European Network for Research on Supplementary Pension (ENRSP) Conference, Poznan, Poland.
Preddie, B. 2012. Differentiating the fight against poverty and inequality – an ethnic minority perspective. Proceedings of the 12th European Association for Comparative Economic Studies (EACES) Conference. University of the West of Scotland, Scotland.
Preddie, B. 2012. The Pay As You Go Shift – Reducing Poverty in Old Age Through Private Savings. Proceedings of the 5th Global Business & Social Science Research (GBSSR) Conference, Beijing, China.
Preddie, B. 2012. The Longevity Dilemma. Proceedings of the Our Future is Aging: Current Research on Knowledge, Practice and Policy conference. Nova Scotia Centre on Aging, Halifax, Canada.