Social and economic studies (213 documentos)


41.- Poverty, inequality and growth in Jamaica, 1988-98, and beyond
Danielson, Anders
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2004 Vol. 53 Núm. 1 Mar, Pág. 73-93]
42.- (Re)making the case for land reform in Jamaica
Weis, Tony
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2004 Vol. 53 Núm. 1 Mar, Pág. 35-72]
43.- Understanding caribbean security: back to basics and building blocks
Griffith, Ivelaw
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2004 Vol. 53 Núm. 1 Mar, Pág. 1-33]
44.- Constructing a conceptual framework for developing women's transformational leadership in the caribbean
Eudine Barriteau, Violet
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 4 Dic, Pág. 5-48]
45.- Envisioning caribbean futures
Meeks, Brian
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 4 Dic, Pág. 165-187]
46.- Gender vulnerabilities in caribbean labour markets and decent work provisions
Bailey, Barbara; Ricketts, Heather
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 4 Dic, Pág. 49-81]
47.- Jamaican Children's reports of violence at school and home
Fernald, Lia; Meeks-Gardner, Julie
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 4 Dic, Pág. 121-140]
48.- Population challenges: Cuba and the Dominican Republic
Ebanks, Edward
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 4 Dic, Pág. 141-165]
49.- Why are women in the caribbean so much more likely than men to be unemployed?
Seguino, Stephanie
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 4 Dic, Pág. 83-120]
50.- Crafting maternal citizens? Public discourses of the 'maternal scourge' in social welfare policies and services in Trinidad
Rowley, Michelle
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 3 Sep, Pág. 31-58]
51.- Employment transformations and social inequality: a comparison of Costa Rica, Guatemala and the Dominican Republic
Tardanico, Richard
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 3 Sep, Pág. 119-141]
52.- Evaluating monetary policy measures in a small primary-exporting economy. The case of Trinidad & Tobago
Watson, Patrick Kent
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 3 Sep, Pág. 143-166]
53.- Like sugar in coffee: third wave feminism and the caribbean
Mohammed, Patricia
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 3 Sep, Pág. 5-30]
54.- Men as gendered beings: the emergence of masculinity studies in the anglophone caribbean
Reddock, Rhoda
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 3 Sep, Pág. 89-117]
55.- Sexuality in the caribbean: theory and research (with an emphasis on the anglophone caribbean)
Kempadoo, Kamala
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 3 Sep, Pág. 59-88]
56.- Sugar without slavery and the failure of democratization and diversification
Buddan, Robert
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 3 Sep, Pág. 167-174]
57.- Chevannes, Barry. Learning to be a man: culture, socialization and gender identity in five caribbean communities. UWI Press, 2001, 252 p
Noguera, Pedro
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 2 Jun, Pág. 167-170]
58.- Comparing development outcomes: Cuba and Costa Rica (1960-1990)
Berríos, Rubén
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 2 Jun, Pág. 101-133]
59.- Configurations of "capital" in unemployed groups in Trinidad
Valtonen, Kathleen
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 2 Jun, Pág. 67-100]
60.- Direct and indirect resource utilisation by the jamaican construction sector
McDavid, Hilton
[Social and economic studies, Jamaica, 2003 Vol. 52 Núm. 2 Jun, Pág. 135-165]