Areas of Interest:

  • Public Economics
  • Labor Economics
  • Economic Development

Denvil Duncan is an economist whose primary research focuses on the causes and consequences of tax evasion. His research has explored the impact of tax evasion opportunities on income inequality, labor supply, risk taking behavior, and tax incidence.

Another branch of Duncan's research explores the political acceptability of using road mileage user-fees to finance road construction, repair, and maintenance.


  • Policy Analysis
  • Public Finance & Economics


Environmental Policy, Russian, Public Administration
PhD, Georgia State University, Economics, 2010
MS, University of the West Indies, Economics, 2003
BS, University of the West Indies, Economics and Accounting, 2001