Dr Simon Broome


Assistant Professor

Rhetoric House
(01) 708 4567


Simon Broome obtained his DPhil in Economics in 1996 from the University of York.  Before joining the department of Economics at Maynooth in 2000, he was a lecturer at the University of St Andrews (1995 - 1996) and at the University of Aberystwyth (1996 - 2000).  His main research interests are in dynamic macroeconomic theory and political economy.  From 2013 - 2015 he served on the board of the Economic and Social Review.

Peer Reviewed Journal

Year Publication
2004 Broome, S.J. and B. Morley (2004) 'The Stock Market, Money Demands and the Asian Crisis'. Journal of Asian Economics, 15 :189-197. [Full-Text]
2000 Broome, S.J. and B. Morley (2000) 'Long-Run and Short Run Linkages between Stock Prices and Interest Rates in the G-7'. Applied Economics Letters, 7 . [Full-Text]

Other Journal

Year Publication
2004 Broome, S.J. and B. Morley (2004) 'The Irish Currency Report of 1804' Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland, Quarterly Bulletin, :107-124.

Conference Publication

Year Publication
2005 Broome, S.J. and B. Morley (2005) Proceedings of Chinese International Conference on Financial Engineering Stock prices and the monetary model of the exchange rate: An empirical investigation [Full-Text]

Conference Contribution

Year Publication
2001 (2001) NUI, Galway Galway, 04/01/2001-04/01/2001.
2001 B. Morely (2001) Royal Economic Society Durham, 04/01/2001-04/01/2001.

Working Paper

Year Publication
2003 Broome, S.J. and B. Morley (2003) Stock Prices as a Leading Indicator of the East Asian Financial Crisis . WP [Full-Text]
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