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Elizabeth’s research interests includes: migration and development, the political economy of

small states, issues in humanitarianism, regional integration, and Transnationalism.

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Elizabeth Persaud

    Elizabeth C. Persaud is a lecturer at the University of Guyana, within the Department of Business and Management Studies. She teaches courses in Marketing, Human Resource Management, Industrial Relations and Business Management. Formerly an entrepreneur, she has several years of experience in small business operations and management.

    Ms. Persaud attended Central High School where she completed her secondary education.

    She holds a Diploma in Marketing, along with a Bachelor of Sciences Degree in Business Management (Pass with Distinction) from the University of Guyana; and a Master of Sciences Degree in Global Studies from the University of the West Indies, Saint Augustine.

    Elizabeth’s research interests includes: migration and development, the political economy of small states, issues in humanitarianism, regional integration, and Transnationalism.

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