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Dr. Godfrey C. St. Bernard

Research Fellow University of the West IndiesPolitical Science
Qualifications:

PhD

Location: St. Augustine, Trinidad

Biography

Dr. Godfrey St. Bernard is a Research Fellow at The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago. He obtained his PhD in Social Demography from the University of Western Ontario in 1993. His current academic interests include problems related to population and development, applied statistical analysis, research methodology, evaluation research and social policy. His current research interests focus upon return migration, mortality due to external causes, Caribbean population policy and the measurement of social phenomena. His publications cover a range of issues including population and development, Caribbean family structures, adult literacy, social measurement ethnicity and youth. He is also the co-author of a book entitled: Behind the Bridge  Politics, Power and Patronage in Laventille, Trinidad. In addition to his academic work, Dr. St. Bernard has served a number of public interests either as a Technical Advisor or as a Chairperson. He has also worked as a consultant for a number of international organizations.

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