Department of Economics
Holds a Bachelor of Social Science degree in Economics (Distinction) from the University of the West Indies and a Master of Science in Economics from the University of the West Indies and a Master of Business Administration with specialization in Oil, Gas and Energy Management from the UNICAF University. He joined the Department of Economics in 2022. Prior to joining the faculty, he worked with the Ministry of the Presidency and has Interned at the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Guyana Water Incorporated. He also lectures in the Graduate School of Social Sciences and the Division of Social Sciences at the Tain Campus.
- Pile, D; Allicock, J and Ali, M. 2023. How do the rapid growth in the Oil and Gas sector within developing countries influence social development policies? Under review in Transformation Journal
- Pile, D.; Edwards, D. 2023. Corruption and the Shadow Economy: What is the Correlation and Experience of Guyana? Work in progress