Dr Sue Farrar
Profiles

Dr Sue Farrar

Lecturer in Accounting

Plymouth Business School (Faculty of Business)

Role

Teaching undergraduate and postgraduate modules in accounting and finance; carrying out research in the area of corporate finance. Programme Manager, MSc Finance.

Qualifications

PhD in corporate finance and taxation (1995)

Teaching interests

Corporate finance and financial management, including international aspects.

Research interests

Corporate investment and financing decisions; pension systems modelling; stock market efficiency.

Other research

Co-director of Pensions Worldwide, a research group whose work in intended to inform pensions policy, and co-editor of Social and Public Policy Review (University of Plymouth Press).

Refereed Symposia

Hyde, M., Moizer, J. and Farrar, S. (2012) ‘The Privatisation of Pensions: Risks and Opportunities’ symposium edition of the Journal of Comparative Social Welfare, 28, 2.

 

Refereed Journal Papers

Farrar, S., Moizer, J.D. and Hyde, M. (submitted) ‘The Value of Incentives to Defer the UK State Pension’ Pensions: An International Journal.

Hyde, M., Barton, A., Farrar, S. & Moizer, J. (2012) “Should Europeans fear the Privatisation of Pensions?”, Journal of Comparative Social Welfare, 28, 3.

Hyde, M., Moizer, J. and Farrar, S. (2012) ‘Mandated Private Pensions: The Alternative to the Public Pensions Model’, Journal of Comparative Social Welfare, 28, 3.

Hyde, M., Moizer, J. and Farrar, S. (2012) ‘The Appropriate Normative Foundations of Second Pillar Pensions’, Journal of Comparative Social Welfare, 28, 3.

Farrar S. and Moizer J.D. (2010) ‘How Long Might the Young-Old Live: A Predictive Model’ Futures: The Journal of Policy, Planning and Futures Studies, Vol. 42, pp.212-218.

 

Introductions to Edited Works

Hyde, M., Moizer, J. and Farrar, S. (2012) ‘Introduction’, Journal of Comparative Social Welfare, 28, 3.