Department of Economics Graduate Research Day

Event Date(s): 02/05/2014

Location: Faculty of Social Sciences Lounge

The Department of Economics hosts a Graduate Research Day on May 2, 2014, from 9am-4pm, at the Faculty of Social Sciences Lounge. All interested members of the campus community are welcome to attend.  

Please see the schedule below:

Charles, Don The Decoupling of US oil and gas prices and the implications of the shale gas boom for Trinidad and Tobago
Edwards-Westcott, PatriciaAssessment of the Impact of Government Expenditure on Economic Growth in small Caribbean Economies: Efficiency Considerations
Fortune, Stefan Philanthropic poverty alleviation and potential pareto improvements in social welfare: a normative economics case study of Trinidad and Tobago
Laptiste, Christine Towards estimating the intangible costs of illness: end-stage renal disease in Trinidad and Tobago
Mc Lean, Roger TBA
Mounsey, Allister Employer Size and Worker Remuneration in the Jamaican Private Sector
Victor, Keron Urbanization of Developing Regions – A Spatial Approach to measuring regional Economic Development of East Port of Spain
Winchester, Duane The Rate of Return on Tertiary Education
Chester, Marissa An integrated impact assessment of the Petroleum Production Levy and Subsidy of Trinidad and Tobago on whether or not it should be reformed
Lewis, Marion The Business Cycle in a Small open Economy: Case of Trinidad and Tobago
Neptune, Crystal Forecasting economic variables in Trinidad and Tobago – A Methodogical Outline
Gittens-Baynes, Kimberly-AnnAn Economic Investigation of the Causal Pathway between Socioeconomic Status and Health Status in Trinidad and Tobago
Spenser, Bruce 'Economic Diversification, Local Economic Development and Niche Marketing in a Small Oil Rich Open Economy














If you are interested in attending, please RSVP by contacting the Department of Economics at 662-2002 ext. 83231, or Joel.Jordan@sta.uwi.edu, by WEDNESDAY APRIL 30, 2014.

Open to: | Staff | Student |


  • Department of Economics

  • Tel.: 662-2002 ext. 83231