Social and economic studies (213 documentos)


181.- Pierre, Maurice St. Anatomy of Resistance: Anti-colonialism in Guyana 1823-1966. London: Warwick University, Caribbean Studies, and Macmillan Educaction Ltd., 1999
Boxill, Ian1
1University of the West Indies, Mona, Kingston. Jamaica
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 3 Sep, Pág. 201-203]
182.- Revisiting the Grenada invasion: the OECS' role, and its impact on regional and international politics
Lewis, Patsy
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 3 Sep, Pág. 85-120]
183.- Sleepless in Seattle: the WTO ministerial of november 1999
Bernal, Richard
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 3 Sep, Pág. 61-84]
184.- Testing for Wagner's Law in Jamaica, Guyana, Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago: Is There A Spurious Relationship?
Alleyne, Dillon
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 3 Sep, Pág. 121-135]
185.- The Birth Of The Trade Union Movement In The English-Speaking Caribbean Area
Hart, Richard
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 3 Sep, Pág. 173-196]
186.- A retrospective look at the role of trade and regional integration in caribbean development
Benett, Karl
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 1-2 Oct, Pág. 127-153]
187.- Aspects of growth and adjustment in post-independence Trinidad and Tobago
Ramsaran, Ramesh
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 1-2 Oct, Pág. 215-286]
188.- Central banking and macro-economic management: reflections on the jamaican experience
Jefferson, Owen
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 1-2 Oct, Pág. 191-214]
189.- Credit, investment and economic cycles in the caribbean
Birchwood, Anthony; Nicholls, Shelton
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 1-2 Oct, Pág. 91-125]
190.- Financial intermediation and development: a development banker's retrospective
Nicholls, Neville
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 1-2 Oct, Pág. 69-90]
191.- Independent monetary policy in a very open economy: challenges, costs and benefits
Robinson, John
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 1-2 Oct, Pág. 5-41]
192.- Monetary theory and policy: ruminations
Bourne, Compton1
1University of the West Indies, Saint Augustine, Saint George. Trinidad y Tobago
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 1-2 Oct, Pág. 1-5]
193.- Small island economies in the new international environment
Samuel, Wendell
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 1-2 Oct, Pág. 155-189]
194.- Stabilisation and financial adjustment in the Caribbean: a retrospective
Jones-Hendrickson, S. B
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 1-2 Oct, Pág. 287-343]
195.- Stabilisation and the jamaican commercial banking sector (1991-1997)
Stennett, Robert; Batchelor, Pauline
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 1-2 Oct, Pág. 345-377]
196.- The government securities market and its role in supplementing monetary policy in the Bahamas
Adderley, J.L; Justilien, Josephine
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1999 Vol. 48 Núm. 1-2 Oct, Pág. 43-68]
197.- Are female-headed households time poor? Evidence from Jamaica
Handa, Sudhanshu
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1998 Vol. 47 Núm. 4 Dic, Pág. 1-27]
198.- Can financial liberalization come too soon? Jamaicain the 1990s
Dean, James
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1998 Vol. 47 Núm. 4 Dic, Pág. 47-59]
199.- Crisis of an intellectual tradition
Boxill, Ian
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1998 Vol. 47 Núm. 4 Dic, Pág. 99-106]
200.- Investment and financial repression in Trinidad y Tobago
Ramlogan, Carlyn
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 1998 Vol. 47 Núm. 4 Dic, Pág. 61-81]