Social and economic studies (213 documentos)


1.- A bankruptcy court for countries: a new approach to severeign debt restructuring
Jordan, Victor
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 3 Sep, Pag. 50-64]
2.- An Island among islands: Haiti's strange relationship with the caribbean community
Smith, Matthew
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 3 Sep, Pag. 176-195]
3.- Beyond survival: rethinking strategies for 'sustainable economic growth' in the caribbean
Northover, Patricia; Crichlow, Michaeline
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 3 Sep, Pag. 247-274]
4.- Development, "culture", and the promise of modern progress
Thomas, Deborah
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 3 Sep, Pag. 97-125]
5.- Institutions in caribbean economic growth and development
Bourne, Compton; Attzs, Marlene
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 3 Sep, Pag. 26-49]
6.- Lewis for the 21st century
Girvan, Norman
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 3 Sep, Pag. 10-24]
7.- Nationalism and the invention of development: modernity and the cultural politics of resistance
Hintzen, Percy
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 3 Sep, Pag. 66-96]
8.- Processes of regional governance: the agony of the fifteen
Seaga, Edward
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 3 Sep, Pag. 128-144]
9.- The agony of the fifteen: the crisis of implementation
Lewis, Patsy
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 3 Sep, Pag. 145-175]
10.- The Krugman twist and the Lewis model: east asian lessons for the caribbean under globalization
Whitehead, Judy
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 3 Sep, Pag. 222-246]
11.- W. A. Lewis, the plantation school and dependency: an interpretation
Girvan, Norman
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 3 Sep, Pag. 198-221]
12.- A test of some hypotheses on agrarian exchange labour in Haiti
Pierre, Yves-Francois
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 1 Mar, Pag. 43-66]
13.- Continuity or change: structural adjustment decision making in Guayana (1988-1997). The Hoyte and Jagan years
France, Hollis
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 1 Mar, Pag. 83-128]
14.- Problems of democratic transition in Guyana: mistakes and miscalculations in 1992
Hinds, David
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 1 Mar, Pag. 67-82]
15.- Reflections on the post colonial caribbean state in the 21st century
Campbell, Horace
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 1 Mar, Pag. 161-187]
16.- The determinants of poverty among the youth of the Caribbean
Boxill, Ian; Quarless, Richard
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 1 Mar, Pag. 129-160]
17.- The role of foreign bancks in the recent jamaican financial crisis
Langrin, Brian
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2005 Vol. 54 Num. 1 Mar, Pag. 1-42]
18.- CARICOM at thirty: new and old foreign policy challenges
Byron, Jessica
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2004 Vol. 53 Num. 4 Dic, Pag. 1-34]
19.- Deconstructing policy-making and implementation issues in a caribbean context
Jones, Edwin; Schoburgh, Eris
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2004 Vol. 53 Num. 4 Dic, Pag. 35-61]
20.- Direct democracy and the new paradigm of democratic politics in Jamaica
Blake, Damion Keith
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2004 Vol. 53 Num. 4 Dic, Pag. 163-190]