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Tiffany Adams

Research Student

Tiffany Adams is affiliated with The Open University Law School.

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Tiffany holds a Master of Laws (Distinction) in Public Procurement Law and Strategy from Bangor University and a Bachelor of Social Science (Distinction) in Economics from the University of Guyana. She also has certifications in Project Management and CIPS. Prior to commencing her postgraduate research at The Open University, Tiffany worked as a Public Procurement Practitioner in the public sector where she has amassed experience in all stages of the public procurement process and in the creation of public procurement policy. Her research interests encompass emergency public procurement, efficiency and effectiveness in public procurement, sustainable public procurement, and the development of public procurement in CARICOM.

Current Research

Efficiency and Effectiveness of Emergency Public Procurement: A Jamaican case study

Tiffany’s current research seeks to investigate the ability of Jamaica’s public procurement framework to achieve efficient and effective public procurement outcomes when conducting emergency procurement utilising a socio-legal approach.


Dr Miriam Amanze

Dr Andrew Gilbert