Senior Lecturer in Accounting & Head of the Depart
University of West Indies
Antigua and Barbuda
Philmore Alleyne is the Head of the Department of Management Studies. A Chartered Accountant (FCA) by profession, and a Fellow of the Association of Certified and Chartered Accountants (FCCA) in the UK, he has worked as an Audit Manager in the Accounting and Auditing profession for many years. Thus, he brings a wealth of practical experience to the classroom. He holds a B.Sc. in Accounting (UWI), and an MBA from Oxford Brookes University in the UK. He also holds a Ph.D. in the area of Accounting from the University of Bradford, with his thesis examining whistle-blowing among external auditors. His current research interests are accounting and auditing, corporate governance, the tax reform process, ethical decision making, whistle-blowing and human resource management. Philmore has published in peer reviewed academic journals. The University has recently recognised his research accomplishments by awarding him the Principal’s Award for Excellence 2012/2013 in the Academic Category for Research and Publications.
Accounting and auditing issues Taxation issues Business & professional ethics, & whistle-blowing among accountants
Alleyne P, Hudaib M, Haniffa R. The moderating role of perceived organisational support in breaking the silence of public accountants. Journal of Business Ethics. 2016:1-9.
Alleyne P. The influence of organisational commitment and corporate ethical values on non-public accountants’ whistle-blowing intentions in Barbados. Journal of Applied Accounting Research. 2016 May 9;17(2):190-210.
Alleyne P, Haniffa R, Hudaib M. The Construction of a Whistle‐Blowing Protocol for Audit Organisations: A Four‐Stage Participatory Approach. International Journal of Auditing. 2016 Mar 1;20(1):72-86.