The University of the West Indies (UWI), at Cave Hill, Barbados

The University of the West Indies

at Cave Hill, Barbados

Publications: Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies (JECS)
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VOLUME 22-40

1997- 2015


 
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ADDAE, HELENA. Attributions of Absenteeism in Trinidad and Tobago: an Exploratory Study. 23(3), 1998, 56-76.

ADDY, DAVID NII. Restructuring and the Loss of Preferences: Labour Challenges for the Challenges for the Caribbean Banana Industry. 25(4), 2000, 26-51.

ADRIEN, PETER. Cricket: A Viable Industry. 25(3), 2000, 56-79.

ALLADIN, FAREENA M. Media Exposure and Attitudes of Adolescents toward Fast Food. 40(3), 2015, 1-23.

ALLEN, CAROLINE F. Intersections Between HIV/AIDS and Violence Against Women: Research to Develop Pilot Projects in Barbados and Dominica. 36(4), 2011, 39-59.

ALLEYNE, FRANK W. Fostering Improved Terms of Trade for ACP States: an Evaluation of the European Union’s Green Paper. 23(3), 1998, 1-32.

ALLEYNE, KERRY-ANN; WINSTON MOORE, The Economic Effects of Tax Incentives on the Mutual Fund Industry in Barbados. 31(2), 2006, 25-43.

ALLEYNE, MARGARUERITA R; LOUIS A.WHITTINGTON. Factors Impacting on the Success of Distance Education Students of the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies. 25(2), 2000, 53-76.

ALLEYNE, PHILMORE. Independence of Auditors: In the Deep End? A Barbadian Analysis. 27(2), 2002, 55-79.

ALLEYNE, PHILMORE; DIANA WEEKES-MARSHALL & ROGER ARTHUR.  Exploring Factors Influencing Whistle-Blowing Intentions among Accountants in Barbados.  38(1 & 2), 2013, 35-62.

ALLEYNE, PHILMORE; DWAYNE DEVONISH, JANIELLE NURSE; CHERYL CADOGAN-McCLEAN. Perceptions of Moral Intensity Among Under-graduate Accounting Students in Barbados 31(3), 2006, 1-26.

ALLEYNE, PHILMORE; MICHAEL HOWARD. An Assessment of the Operational Impact of the Barbados VAT Between 1997 and 2001. 28(1), 2003, 17-43.

ALLEYNE, PHILMORE; MICHAEL HOWARD. Understanding Tax Reform Issues in Barbados. 29(3), 2004, 38-64.

ALLEYNE, PHILMORE; TRACEY BROOME.  Using the Theory of  Planned Behaviour and Risk Propensity to Measure Investment Intentions among Future Investors.  36(1), 2011, 1-20.

ANTHONY, KENNY D. Caribbean Integration: the Future Relationship between Barbados and the OECS. 23(1), 1998, 35-50.

ANTOINE, ROSEMARIE. The Offshore Financial Services Sector: Legal Policy Issues on the Path to Development - A Legal Defence. 26(4), 2001, 1-27.

ARCHIBALD, XIOMARA; DENNY LEWIS-BYNOE AND WINSTON MOORE. Barriers to Starting a Business In Barbados. 30(3), 2005, 1-27.

ARJOON, SURENDRA. Analysis of the Quality Gap of the Registration Services at the UWI. 22(1), 1997, 20-31.

ARTHUR, OWEN. The Economic Partnership Agreement between CARIFORUM and the European Union and the Building of a Post-Colonial Economy in the Caribbean. 33(2), 2008, 24-44.

ARTHUR, OWEN S. Prospects for Caribbean Political Unity. 23(1), 1998, 27-34.

ASOMBA, EMMANUEL. A Tale of Constitutive Capacities for Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in Natural Resources Management (NRM): Between India and the Caribbean Basin. 34(3), 2009, 59-67.

ATLINK, HENRICE. Remove or Retain? The Border Question in St. Martin in the 1990s. 28(4), 2003, 25-54.
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BAILEY, CORIN A.  Exploring Determinants of Aggression - Self Esteem, Narcissism and Exposure to Violence from a Sample of Jamaican School Children.  38(3), 2013, 63-84.

BAILEY, VANESSA; ROLAND G. BAPTISTE. The Status of Strategic Human Resource Management in Trinidad and Tobago. 28(1), 2003, 1-16.

BALGOBIN, ROLPH N.S; NARESH R. PANDIT. What do we Know about Corporate Turnarounds? 23(4), 1998, 25-39.

BAPTISTE, ROLAND G. Management Education and Development in Trinidad and Tobago. 27(3), 2002, 26-48.

BAPTISTE, ROLAND G.; VANESSA BAILEY. The Status of Strategic Human Resource Management in Trinidad and Tobago. 28(1), 2003, 1-16.

BARCLAY, LOU ANNE. The Competitiveness of Trinidadian Manufacturing Firms in an Increasingly Liberalised Trading Environment. 30(2), 2005, 41-74.

BARNES, VERNIE CLARICE. The Montserrat Volcanic Disaster: A Gender Analysis of Psycho-social Effects and Coping. 26(2), 2001, 33-53.

BARNES, VERNIE CLARICE. Stress ‘Bussin’ or Counselling in the Montserrat Volcanic Disaster. 26(3), 2001, 1-22.

BARROW, CHRISTINE.  Risk, Vulnerability and Gender in the Caribbean Context of HIV. 36(4), 2011, 1-5.

BARROW, VALDENE M. A Genealogy of Barbadian Tourism: The Welcoming Society and Contemporary Narratives of Resistance. 29(2), 2004, 50-75.

BARROW-GILES, CYNTHIA; JANICE FARLEY. Barbadian Perceptions on Closer Collaboration with the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Initiative. 24(2), 1999, 43-68.

BASRA, HARDEEP. WTO Accession: Lessons for the Bahamas. 33(3), 2008, 24-52.

BEAN, DALEA & ANDREW SPENCER. Assessing Gender Depictions in Jamaican Hotels through the Lens of Entertainment Coordinators: An Application of Butler's Theory of Performativity to the Study of Creative Industries. 37(3&4), 2012, 97-114.

BENJAMIN, DAVE. Fact or Fiction? The Reagan-Thatcher “Special Relationship” and the Falklands/Grenada Crises. 23(2), 1998, 30-46.

BERKLEY, MELISSA; GODFREY ST. BERNARD.  Improving Life Chances of an 'At Risk' Group in Trinidad and Tobago: An Exploratory Analysis of Missing Girls' Data. 38(4), 2014, 106-138.

BERNAL, RICHARD. CARICOM-EU Economic Partnership agreement Negotiations: Why and How. 33(2), 2008, 1-23.

BERNARD, APRIL. The 21st Century Caribbean Woman’s Question: What is the Meaning of Freedom? 33(3), 2008, 1-23.

BEST, CURWEN. Finding the Hardcore Roots: Early Post-Soca Tendencies in Caribbean Music. 26(1), 2001, 21-34.

BEST, GLADSTONE; BEVIS PETERS. Enhancing Access to Tertiary Education in Barbados: Promises to Keep. 30(2), 2005, 1-40.

BEST, SIMON. Service Quality of a Tourist Attraction in a Developing Country: the Case of the Publicly Managed Harrison’s Cave in Barbados. 22(1), 1997, 63-81.

BEST, SIMON. The Change Process in a Public Sector Agency: Lewin’s Change Model and the Revitalization of the Barbados Port Authority. 22(2), 1997, 18-54.

BLAIR, ERIK.  Higher Education Practice in Trinidad and Tobago and the Shadow of Colonialism.  38(3), 2013, 85-92.

BOAMAH, DANIEL O.; MAHALIA JACKMAN; NLANDU MAMINGI.  Credit Growth and the External Current Account in Barbados.  36(3), 2011, 16-39.

BOBB, DANIELE. Deconstructing Continuous Teacher Education through the Lens of Gender Equality. 40(3), 2015, 62-85.

BOXILL, IAN; DON MARSHALL. Caribbean Tourism and the Production of Fantasy. 29(2), 2004, 1-14.

BOURNE, COMPTON. Economic Growth, Poverty and Income Inequality. 34(4), 2009, 22-47.

BRATHWAITE, RONNIE E. & YONGGONG LIU. Deconstructing the Barbados Agricultural Policy Process, Convergence and Divergence between Government and Small Farmers. 37(2), 2012, 1-23.

BREWSTER, HAVELOCK R. The CARICOM Single Market and Economy: Is It Realistic Without Commitment to Political Unity. 28(3), 2003, 1-11.

BRICENO RUIZ, JOSE. European Union and Regionalisation in the Caribbean Basin. 22(2), 1997, 1-17.

BROWNE, RUDOLPH; WINSTON MOORE; SHERHEL THOMPSON. The Potential Impact of a Minimum Wage on Poverty and Income Distribution in Barbados. 34(1), 2009, 20-41.

BURNETT, JOHN; EMILY DICK-FORDE; DWAYNE DEVONISH. A Preliminary Survey of Management Accounting Practices in Barbados. 32(2), 2007, 50-72.

BYNOE-MAYERS,NOLA; ROLAND CRAIGWELL. Measuring Financial Development in Barbados:1978 - 1998. 27(1), 2002, 48-70.
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CADOGAN-McCLEAN, CHERYL; PHILMORE ALLEYNE; DWAYNE DEVONISH; JANIELLE NURSE. Perceptions of Moral Intensity Among Under-graduate Accounting Students in Barbados 31(3), 2006, 1-26.

CARTER, ADRIAN; KEVIN GREENIDGE. Growth and Convergence in the Caribbean. 25(1), 2000, 20-38.

CARTER, ADRIAN; ALWYN JORDAN. The Impact of Demographic Change on Pension Scheme Financing in the Caribbean. 25(1), 2000, 1-19.

CHADEE, DEREK. Perceptions of Fear, Safety and Community: A Social Psychological Assessment. 26(3), 2001, 23-41.

CHADEE, DEREK. Fear of Crime and the Community: Towards Empowerment. 28(2), 2003, 57-83.

CHADEE, DEREK: DIONNE BREWSTER, SARAH LISA SUBHAN, DIAHANN PALMER, ASHLEE DE GANNES, DONNA KNOTT, JONI LEE POW & JANNEL PHILIP.  Persuasion and Attitudes towards Male Homosexuality in a University Caribbean Sample. 37(1), 2012, 1-21.

CHEVANNES, BARRY . If the Shoe Doesn’t Fit: Law and the African-Caribbean Family. 27(2), 2002, 80-95.

CHUNG, SEAN. Factors Influencing Consumer Perceptions of Service Quality in Caribbean Service Firms. 28(3), 2003, 12-39.

CHUNNU-BRAYDA, WINSOME. Querying Top-Down, Bottom-Up Implementation Guidelines: Education Policy Implementation in Jamaica. 37(2), 2012, 24-45.

CONWAY, DENNIS. Gettin’ There, Despite the Odds: Caribbean Migration to the U.S. in the 1990s. 27(4), 2002, 100-134.

COPPIN, ADDINGTON. Men’s Earnings in Trinidad and Tobago: An Analysis by Ethnicity for Men in Conjugal Unions and Men Who Head Households. 26(3), 2001, 42-68.

CORBIN, EDDIE. Leadership Issues in West Indies Cricket: A Theoretical Analysis of the Leadership Styles of a Purposive Group of Captains. 30(1), 2005, 31-53.

COULTER, WENDY; TOM CROWARDS. Measuring the Comparative Economic Vulnerability of the Eastern Caribbean. 24(3), 1999, 41-80.

COWARD, NOEL M. Human Resource Development and Enterprise Competitiveness inJamaica. 32(4), 2007, 31-56.

COWELL, NOEL M.; ANNE P. CRICK. Tourism and the Plantation Model: Dimensions of the Worker Management Relationship in Caribbean Tourism. 29(2), 2004, 15-24.

CRAIGWELL, ROLAND; ALAIN MAURIN. A Sectoral Analysis of Barbados’ GDP Business Cycle. 32(1), 2007, 21-52.

CRAIGWELL, ROLAND; DENNY LEWIS. The Determinants of Growth in a Small Open Economy: Barbados. 23(2), 1998, 1-29.

CRAIGWELL, ROLAND & DONNA KAIDOU-JEFFREY.  Lending Behaviour in Different Credit Rationing Environs: A Regime Switching Model for Barbados. 37(1), 2012, 49-73.

CRAIGWELL, ROLAND; NOLA BYNOE-MAYERS. Measuring Financial Development in Barbados:1978 - 1998. 27(1), 2002, 48-70.

CRICK, ANNE P. Managing Service Workers: Exploratory Insights from a Sample of Jamaican Service Organisations. 32(4), 2007, 8-30.

CRICK, ANNE P. Personalised Service in the New Economy: Implications for Small Island Tourism. 26(1), 2001, 1-20.

CRICK, ANNE P; NOEL M. COWELL. Tourism and the Plantation Model: Dimensions of the Worker Management Relationship in Caribbean Tourism. 29(2), 2004, 15-24.

CROWARDS, TOM; WENDY COULTER. Measuring the Comparative Economic Vulnerability of the Eastern Caribbean. 24(3), 1999, 41-80.
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DANN, GRAHAM M.S. (Mis)Representing the Other in the Language of Tourism. 29(2), 2004, 76-94.

De ALBUQUERQUE, KLAUS; JEROME McELROY. Race, Ethnicity and Social Stratification in Three Windward Islands. 24(4), 1999, 1-29.

DeSHONG, HALIMAH.  Gender, Sexual Violence: A Feminist Analysis of Vincentian Women's Experiences in Violent Heterosexual Relationships.  36(2), 2011, 66-95.

DESLANDES, DERRICK Assessing the Image of St. Lucia, Does the Type of Visitor Matter? 31(4), 2006, 52-84.

DEVONISH, DWAYNE; PHILMORE ALLEYNE; JANIELLE NURSE; CHERYL CADOGAN-McCLEAN. Perceptions of Moral Intensity Among Under-graduate Accounting Students in Barbados 31(3), 2006, 1-26.

DICK-FORDE, EMILY. Setting an Agenda for Critical Accounting Research in the Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean. 27(2), 2002, 38-54.

DICK-FORDE, EMILY; JOHN BURNETT; DWAYNE DEVONISH. A Preliminary Survey of Management Accounting Practices in Barbados. 32(2), 2007, 50-72.

DICK-FORDE, EMILY; BETTY-JANE PUNNETT; C. JUSTIN ROBINSON. Effective Management and Culture: An Analysis of Three English-Speaking Caribbean Countries. 31(2), 2006, 44-71.

DOWNES, ANDREW S. Gender and Economics in the Caribbean: An Introduction. 33(4), 2008, 1-7.

DOWNES, ANDREW S. Human Resource Development and Management in the Caribbean: An Introduction. 32(4), 2007, 1-7.

DOWNES, ANDREW S. Wage Developments in the Caribbean. 22(1), 1997, 32-44.

DOWNES, ANDREW S; LAWRENCE NURSE. Macroeconomic Management and Building Social Consensus. An Evaluation of the Barbados Protocols. 29(4), 2004, 1-41.

DUNCAN, NEVILLE. The Confederation Beginning. 23(1), 1998, 1-5.
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ECKAUS, RICHARD S. Is it Beautiful to be Small, or is it a Burden? 22(4), 1997, 1-30

EDALERE-HENDERSON. Content, Child Rights and Mediation. 38(4), 2013, 51-77.

ESTWICK, STACEY.  The Small Business Finance Dilemma:  An Exploratory Study of Barbadian Firms. 38(3), 2013, 1-28.

ESTWICK, STACEY.  The Impact of Principal-Principal Conflict on Financial Flexibility in Transition Economies: A Study of Caribbean Firms.  40(2), 2015, 99-123.

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FARLEY, JANICE; CYNTHIA BARROW-GILES. Barbadian Perceptions on Closer Collaboration with the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Initiative. 24(2), 1999, 43-68.

FASHOYIN, TAYO. Social Dialogue for Sustainable Development: The Case of Barbados and Implications for the Caribbean. 29(4), 2004, 42-63.

FERGUS, HOWARD A. The Cayman Islands: Britain’s Maverick Colony. 29(3), 2004, 1-20.

FERGUS, HOWARD. The Emergence of a Montserratian Disaster Literature: An Introduction. 35(2), 2010, 20-37.

FERGUS, HOWARD A. Towards a Cultural Sector of Economic Development in the Eastern Caribbean. 25(4), 2000, 52-73.

FERGUS, HOWARD A. A Vote for Voting At Large in the British Virgin Islands: Constitutional Reform in a British Territory. 23(4), 1998, 40-55.

FERGUS, HOWARD A.; THOMAS K. FITZGERALD. National Self-Image on a Caribbean Island: Montserrat, West Indies. 22(2), 1997, 55-67.

FITZGERALD, THOMAS K; HOWARD A. FERGUS, National Self-Image on a Caribbean Island: Montserrat, West Indies. 22(2), 1997, 55-67.

FRANCIS, BRIAN; TROY LORDE. Foreign Direct Investment and Trade in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union. 32(3)2007, 23-49.

FRANCIS, BRIAN; TIMOTHY TAYLOR; TROY LORDE. Trade and Economic Growth in Jamaica: Are There Lessons for the Eastern Caribbean. 32(1), 2007, 52-90.

FRANKLIN, MARTIN. The Pursuit of Development and Poverty Reduction through Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Trinidad and Tobago. 32(2), 2007, 23-49.

FRASER, RORY; MERILIO MORRELL; KENNETH KING. Forestry Policies in the Caribbean: Getting Beyond the Rhetoric. 25(3), 2000, 1-20.

FRASER, SIMON; LESTER HENRY. An exploratory Study of Residential Internet Shopping in Barbados. 32(1), 2007, 1-20.

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GASKIN, SUSAN; WALID KHAWAM; KAMEEL VIRJEE. Water Demand Management Measures: An Analysis of Water Tariffs and Metering in Barbados. 31(2), 2006, 1-24.

GIRVAN, NORMAN. Sir Arthur Lewis - A Man of His Time and Ahead of His Time. 34(4) 80-98.

GIRVAN, NORMAN. The Effect of the Economic Partnership Agreement on the CSME: The Fork in the Road. 33(2), 2008, 45-69.

GODDARD, JOHN S. Reflections on the Social Partnership Agreement in Barbados: Address and Statement. 29(4), 2004, 93-100.

GONSALVES, RALPH. Our Caribbean Civilisation: Retrospect and Prospect. 23(1), 1998, 51-74.

GORDON, RONALD M. Socio-economic Determinants of Infant and Child Mortality in Haiti. 34(1), 2009, 1-19.

GRENADE, KARI.  Decline in Output Volatility in Two Small Open Economies: The Cases of Barbados and Guyana.  36(2), 2011, 36-65.

GRENADE, KARI; DENNY LEWIS-BYNOE.  Reflecting on Development Outcomes: A Comparative Analysis of Barbados and Guyana.  36(1), 2011, 21-42.

GRENADE, KARI; WINSTON MOORE. The Impact of Aging on Private Savings in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union. 32(3), 2007, 52-69.

GRENADE, KARI H. On Growth Diagnostics and Grenada. 37(2), 2012, 46-83.

GREAVES, EVELYN. Social Dialogue in Selected Countries in the Caribbean: An Overview. 29(4), 2004, 64-85.

GREENIDGE, KEVIN. Growth and Convergence in the Caribbean. 25(1), 2000, 20-38.

GRIFFIN, CLIFFORD E. Geography and the Integration Movement in the Anglophone Caribbean. 25(2), 2000, 1-30.

GRIFFIN, CLIFFORD E. The Quest for Secession in Nevis: Just another Political Game? 23(1), 1998, 75-89.

GRIFFITH, ANTHONY D. Problems in the Teaching of Social Studies in East Caribbean Schools: the Perceptions of the Teachers. 22(1), 1997, 45-62.

GRIFFITH, ANTHONY D. Perceptions of Eastern Caribbean Teachers and the Implications for Teacher-Training Programmes: Some Observations. 22(3), 1997, 64-78.

GRIFFITH, STAFFORD. The Caribbean Examinations Council: Leading and Facilitating Transformation in Secondary Education. 34(2), 2009, 54-73.

GRIFFITH, WINSTON H. Education and Caribbean Development in the Global Economy. 25(2), 2000, 1-30.
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HAREWOOD, STEPHEN I. A Linear Programming Approach to the School Assignment Problem in Barbados. 23(2), 1998, 47-65.

HAYLE, CAROLYN; DIARAM RAMJEE SINGH; ALLAN WRIGHT. Planning for Tourism Resilience in the Caribbean. 35(1), 2010, 36-59.

HENRY, LESTER. The Digital Divide, Economic Growth and Potential Poverty Reduction: The Case of The English Speaking Caribbean. 29(1), 2004, 1-22.

HENRY, LESTER; SIMON FRASER.  An exploratory Study of Residential Internet Shopping in Barbados. 32(1), 2007, 1-20.

HENRY, LESTER; NATALIE JAIMUNGAL. The Potential Impact of the Internet and E-commerce on Selected Service Industries in the Caribbean. 26(4), 2001, 28-44.

HENRY-LEE, Aldrie.  Perceptions of Childhood among High School Students in Jamaica.  38(4), 2013, 5-24.

HINDS HARRISON, Kristina.  Civil Society Consultation in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM): Why Conceptual Clarity Matters.  38(1 & 2), 2013, 1-34.

HOFFMAN, DIANE M.  Marginal or Mainstream? What Can Out-of-School Youth in Haiti Teach Us About Development Policies?  vo(1), 2015, 141-158.

HOPE, HALLAM; WINSTON MOORE. Price Cap Regulation of Telecoms in Barbados: A Preliminary Investigation. 32(3), 2007, 1-22.

HOSEIN, GABRIELLE J. Love for Mas: State Authority and Carnival Development in San Fernando, Trinidad. 33(1), 2008, 31-53.

HOSEIN, ROGER. Growth, Changing Comparative Advantage and Changing Export Structure with Reference to Trinidad and Tobago. 28(4), 2003, 55-82.

HOSEIN, ROGER. Structural Adjustment and Lewis’ Industrialisation by Invitation: An Empirical Investigation of the Trinidad and Tobago Experience. 28(1), 2003, 44-66.

HOSEIN, ROGER; M. FRANKLIN; BHOENDRADATT TEWARIE. Means Testing as Screening for Tertiary level Education (TLE) in Trinidad and Tobago. 30(4), 2005, 29-61.

HOSEIN, ROGER; BHOENDRADATT TEWARIE. 'Resource Curse' and Funding Tertiary Level Education (TLE) in a Small Oil Rich Economy: Inflated Policy Errors. 32(2), 2007, 1-22.

HOSEIN, ROGER; BHOENDRADATT TEWARIE. Service Exports and Economic Growth in an Oil Rich Economy: A Case Study of Tourism in Trinidad and Tobago. 29(1), 2004, 42-68.

HOWARD, MICHAEL. Another Look at Wagner’s Law in Small Economies. 27(1), 2002, 1-17.

HOWARD, MICHAEL; PHILMORE ALLEYNE. An Assessment of the Operational Impact of the Barbados VAT Between 1997 and 2001. 28(1), 2003, 17-43.

HOWARD, MICHAEL; PHILMORE ALLEYNE. Understanding Tax Reform Issues in Barbados. 29(3), 2004, 38-64.

HOWE, GLENFORD D. Social Studies and Citizenship Education in the Caribbean: Problems and Potentials. 23(3), 1998, 33-54.
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IFILL, MELLISSA. The Sphere of Governance in Developing Societies: Examining Guyana’s Transformation. 33(1), 2008, 54-84.

INGHAM, BARBARA & MARK FIGUEROA. W. Arthur Lewis and the Legacy of the Caribbean Development Bank. 34(4), 1-21.
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JACOBS, ZAHRA. Deliberate Self-harm in the Caribbean. 38(4), 2013, 25-50.

JACYNO, JUSTIN; ROBERT B. POTTER. Social Conditions in St. Lucia: Aggregate Analysis of the 1991 Census at the Quarter Level. 24(1), 1999, 25-50.

JAIMUNGAL, NATALIE; LESTER HENRY. The Potential Impact of the Internet and E-commerce on Selected Service Industries in the Caribbean. 26(4), 2001, 28-44.

JAMES, CARL E. Media Accounts of the Integration and Settlement of 'Island' Immigrants in Anglophone Caribbean States. 34(1), 2009, 42-70.

JAYARAMAN, T. K. & CHEE-KEONG CHOONG. Is Money Endogenous in the Pacific Island Countries? 34(3), 2009, 68-78.

JORDAN, ALWYN; ADRIAN CARTER. The Impact of Demographic Change on Pension Scheme Financing in the Caribbean. 25(1), 2000, 1-19.

JORDAN, ALWYN; RYAN SKEETE; KIM COPPIN. Are Persistent Current Account Deficits in Barbados Sustainable? 30(3), 2005, 44-72.

JOSEPH, TENNYSON S.D. “Old Expectations, New Philosophies”: Adjusting State-Society Relations in the Post-Colonial Anglophone Caribbean. 22(4), 1997, 31-70.

JULES, MIA & DONNA-MARIA MAYNARD. Swimming against the Tide: Theorising Pre-Service Training for the Emerging Reflective Teacher. 40(3), 2015, 86-117.
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KAKIETEK, JAKUB.  Narratives of Innocence: Framing AIDS in the Barbadian Press, 1995-2004. 36(4), 2011, 6-27.

KARAGIANNIS, NIKOLAOS. Alternative Development Policy for the Caribbean: The Challenge of the Developmental State Approach. 27(1), 2002, 18-47.

KELLY, RICHARD. Science, Technology and Innovation and Inequality. 34(3), 2009, 79-91.

KHADAN, JEETENDRA & ROGER HOSEIN.  An Empirical Analysis into CARICOM's Pattern of Merchandise Trade. 37(1), 2012, 22-48.

KHAWAM, WALID, KAMEEL VIRJEE; SUSAN GASKIN. Water Demand Management Measures: An Analysis of Water Tariffs and Metering in Barbados. 31(2), 2006, 1-24.

KING, KENNETH; MERILIO MORELL; RORY FRASER. Forestry Policies in the Caribbean: Getting Beyond the Rhetoric. 25(3), 2000, 1-20.

KING, WINSTON. Universal Secondary Education in the OECS: Some Views on the Curriculum. 34(2), 2009, 25-53.

KINNAMAN, THOMAS. Solid Waste Management in the Caribbean. 35(2), 2010, 38-60.

KNIGHT, JOSEANN.  Can a Buy Local Campaign Save Barbados' Manufacturing Industry?  Considering Dependency and Post-Colonial Consumption Theories.  40(1), 2015, 1-37.
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LASHLEY, JONATHAN G.  'Saving for a Rainy Day':  Coping with Extreme Weather Events in Small Island Developing States.  38(3), 2013, 29-62.

LASHLEY, JONATHAN G. & JONATHAN M. YEARWOOD.  Drug Use and Risky Sexual Behaviour in Tertiary Institutions in Barbados: Personal and 'Liberal Campus' Effects. 36(4), 2011, 60-90.

LAZARUS, LATOYA.  Sexual Citizenship and Conservative Christian Mobilisation in Jamaica.  40(1), 2015, 109-140.

LEACOCK, COREEN. Quality Education for All in the Eastern Caribbean: Rethinking the Curriculum in the Face of Universal Secondary Education. 34(3), 2009, 19-38.

LEACOCK, COREEN J. Secondary School Students’ Attitudes to computers: A Barbadian Perspective. 29(3), 2004, 21-37.

LEO-RHYNIE, ELSA A. Gender and Education in the Caribbean: Inclusion, Exclusion and Impact. 27(4), 2002, 80-99.

LEVIN, ANTONIO C. The Passion According to Zulé Revé.  Bodily Mediations in Mayra Montero's The Red of His Shadow.  40(2), 2015, 27-41

LEWIS, ARTHUR. The Agony of the Eight. 23(1), 1998, 6-26.

LEWIS, DANA; NLANDU MAMINGI. Valuing Barbados Harrison’s Cave: A Contingent Valuation Approach. 28(2), 2003, 30-56.

LEWIS, DENNY; ROLAND CRAIGWELL. The Determinants of Growth in a Small Open Economy: Barbados. 23(2), 1998, 1-29.

LEWIS, DENNY; ALLAN WEBSTER. International Trade and Comparative Advantage in the Caribbean: A Empirical Analysis. 26(4), 2001, 45-65.

LEWIS, PATSY. The Failed OECS Political Union Initiative: Lessons for Regional Integration in the Anglophone Caribbean. 24(4), 1999, 30-54.

LEWIS, PATSY. Unequal Negotiations: Small States in the New Global Economy. 30(1), 2005, 54-107.

LEWIS, VAUGHAN A. Future Caribbean Commitment to Regionalism. 24(1), 1999, 51-63.

LEWIS, VAUGHAN. What Purposes for CARICOM Integration Today? 34(4), 2009, 122-155.

LORDE, TROY; BRIAN FRANCIS; TIMOTHY TAYLOR. Trade and Economic Growth in Jamaica: Are There lessons for the Eastern Caribbean. 32(1), 2007, 52-90.

LORDE, TROY; DWAYNE DEVONISH; ASOKORE BECKLES. Real Pirates of the Caribbean: Socio-psychological Traits, the Environment, Personal Ethics and the Propensity for Digital Piracy in Barbados. 35(1), 2010, 1-35.
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MAHON, SONIA; JOSEANN SMALL. New Evaluation Form, ‘Same Old Attitude’? A Study of Perceptions of the Lecturer Evaluation Process. 30(2), 2005, 75-96.

MAMINGI, NLANDU. Testing for Convergence and Common Features in International Output: the Case of the Eastern Caribbean Countries. 24(3),1999, 15-40.

MAMINGI, NLANDU; DANA LEWIS. Valuing Barbados Harrison’s Cave: A Contingent Valuation Approach. 28(2), 2003, 30-56.

MAMINGI, NLANDU; PATRICE BORDA.  The Determinants of Economic Growth in the Countries of the OECS.  40(2), 2015, 63-98.

MANDLE, JAY R. Windward Islands Bananas in the Global Economy. 25(4), 2000, 1-25.

MANDLE, JAY R. An 'Argonauts' Strategy to Reduce Caribbean Economic Vulnerability.  36(3), 2011, 1-15.

MARKS, VERONICA. Universal Access to Secondary Education in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. 34(2), 2009, 74-92.

MARSHALL, ANNECKA; SAJOYA ALCOTT & LORNA EATON. Gender Dynamics and Approaches to Sexuality as a Key to Well-Being. 35(2), 2010, 1-19.

MARSHALL, DON. Public Policy Theory and Field Explorations in the Caribbean: Extending Critique of the State-of-the-Art.  40(1), 2015,38-80.

MARSHALL, DON; IAN BOXILL. Caribbean Tourism and the Production of Fantasy. 29(2), 2004, 1-14.

MAURIN, ALAIN; ROLAND CRAIGWELL. A Sectoral Analysis of Barbados’ GDP Business Cycle. 32(1), 2007, 21-52.

McCLEAN, MAXINE; JOSEANN SMALL. Factors Impacting on the Choice of Entrepreneurship as a Career by Barbadian Youth: A Preliminary Assessment. 27(4), 2002, 30-54.

McDAVID, HILTON. Service Enterprise Development and Global Competition: A Case for the Development of the Tourism Sector in the Caribbean. 29(2), 2004, 35-49.

McDAVID, HILTON; ANTHONY CLAYTON; NOEL COWELL. The Difference between the Constabulary Force and the Military: An Analysis of the Differing Roles and Functions in the Context of the Current Security Environment in the Caribbean (The Case of Jamaica). 36(3), 2011, 40-71.

McELROY, JEROME; KLAUS de ALBUQUERQUE. Race, Ethnicity and Social Stratification in Three Windward Islands. 24(4), 1999, 1-29.

MIDGETT, DOUGLAS. Fact and Interpretation in Dominican Political History. 22(3), 1997, 48-63.

MIDGETT, DOUGLAS. The St. Lucia Labour Party Electoral Victory of 1997 and the Decline of the Conservative Movements. 23(4), 1998, 1-24.

MILLER, ERROL. Universal Secondary Education and Society in the Commonwealth Caribbean. 34(2), 2009, 3-24.

MLAMBO, VICTOR; GODFREY ST. BERNARD.  Proximate Determinants of Poverty among St. Lucians: A Cross-Sectional Household Level Analysis.  38(1 & 2), 2013, 94-125.

MOHAMMED, JENIFFER. Giving Gender Sustainable Power: Exploring Critique of Theories of Educational Leadership. 40(3), 2015, 118-137.

MOORE, WINSTON. The Determinants of Credit Union Efficiency in Barbados Trade and Environment and the WTO. 28(3), 2003, 40-55.

MOORE, WINSTON. Is Efficiency Important For The Growth Of The Barbadian Credit Union Industry? 30(3), 2005, 28-43.

MOORE, WINSTON. A Graduate in Every Household: The Potential Impact of a Rise in the Number of University Graduates on Output in Barbados. 31(3), 2006, 27-38.

MOORE, WINSTON; HALLAM HOPE. . Price Cap Regulation of Telecoms in Barbados: A Preliminary Investigation. 32(3), 2007, 1-22.

MOORE, WINSTON; JUSTIN CARTER.  Supporting the Growth of Service Exports in the Caribbean.  40(1), 2015, 81-108.

MOORE, WIINSTON; JUSTIN ROBINSON & TRACEY BROOME. How Important are Cash Flows for Firm Growth in Barbados? 34(3), 2009, 1-18.
MOORE, WINSTON; KARI GRENADE. The Impact of Aging on Private Savings in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union. 32(3), 2007, 52-69.

MOORE, WINSTON; KERRY-ANN ALLEYNE. The Economic Effects of Tax Incentives on the Mutual Fund Industry in Barbados. 31(2), 2006, 25-43.

MOORE, WINSTON; ROLAND CRAIGWELL. Technology Adoption and Its Impact on Output, Employment and Wages. 32(1), 2007, 73-81.

MORELL, MERILIO; RORY FRASER; KENNETH KING. Forestry Policies in the Caribbean: Getting Beyond the Rhetoric. 25(3), 2000, 1-20.
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NICHOLLS, GARTH P. Economic Growth in St. Vincent and the Grenadines: A Case Study. 26(2), 2001, 54-76.

NICHOLLS, GARTH P. Emerging Issues for the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union’s Social Security Schemes. 26(1), 2001, 35-73.

NICHOLSON, LAWRENCE A.  Family-Owned Businesses - The Seat of Entrepreneurship: The Case of Three English-Speaking Caribbean Countries.  40(2), 2015, 1-26.

NORMAN, LISA R. The ABCs of Condom Use: Attitudes, Behaviours and Cultural Perceptions of Male Youth in Jamaica. 27(4), 2002, 55-79.

NURSE, JANELLE; PHILMORE ALLEYNE; DWAYNE DEVONISH; CHERYL CADOGAN-McCLEAN. Perceptions of Moral Intensity Among Under-graduate Accounting Students in Barbados 31(3), 2006, 1-26.

NURSE, KEITH; ALLYSON FRANCIS; KERON NILES. The Economic Partnership Agreement and Beyond: The Case for Innovation and Industrial Policy. 33(2), 2008, 70-104.

NURSE, LAWRENCE; ANDREW S. DOWNES. Macroeconomic Management and Building Social Consensus. An Evaluation of the Barbados Protocols. 29(4), 2004, 1-41.

NURSE, LAWRENCE; JOSEANN SMALL. Who Cares about Workplace Justice in Barbados? Men and Women Have Their Say - A Preliminary Analysis. 27(4), 2002, 1-29.

NURSE, LAWRENCE; BETTY-JANE PUNNETT. Management Research on the English-Speaking Caribbean: Towards a Research Agenda. 27(2), 2002, 1-37.
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PALACIO, JOSEPH O. Reconstructing Garifuna Oral History: Techniques and Methods in the Story of a Caribbean People. 24(1), 1999, 1-24.

PANDIT, NARESH R.; ROLPH N.S. BALGOBIN. What do we Know about Corporate Turnarounds? 23(4), 1998, 25-39.

PANTAL, MICHEL-ANGE; PETERSON ABNIS I FAURE; JEAN-GREGORY JEROME; JEAN-CLAUDE MUGUNGA; MARKUS VON WARTBURG; MATTHEW PECKARSKY; MARC VAN AUDENRODE; PIERRE-YVES CREMIEUX.  An Analysis of the Economic Impact of the Mirebalais National Teaching Hospital on the Haitian Economy: An Input-Output Approach. 40(3) 234-250.

PANTIN, DENNIS. Little Cays Can Open Mighty Doors: The Potential of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) in the Transition from Capitalism to Econologism. 34(4) 48-79.

PETERS, BEVIS; GLADSTONE BEST. Enhancing Access to Tertiary Education in Barbados: Promises to Keep. 30(2), 2005, 1-40.

PHILLIPS, JOMO; KAREN RING; PATRICIA HACKETT. Psychosocial Responses to a Disaster in the Caribbean: A Case Study of Barbados Cave-In. 36(2), 2011, 1-35.

PLAZA, DWAINE. The Socio-Cultural Adjustment of Second Generation British-Caribbean ‘Return’ Migrants to Barbados and Jamaica. 27(4), 2002, 135-160.

POTTER, ROBERT B. Citizens by Descent ‘Foreign Born’ and ‘Young’ Returning Nationals to St. Lucia. 30(1), 2005, 1-30.

POTTER, ROBERT B.; JUSTIN JACYNO. Social Conditions in St. Lucia: Aggregate Analysis of the 1991 Census at the Quarter Level. 24(1), 1999, 25-50.

PROVIDENCE, DEBRA. Caribbean Feminism in Transition: An Interview with Professor V.E. Barriteau. 30(4), 2005, 62-76.

PUNNETT, BETTY-JANE. The Potential Impact of Cultural Values on Effective Management in the English-Speaking Caribbean. 31(1), 2006, 37-54.

PUNNETT, BETTY-JANE. David and Goliath: Smallness in a Global Business Environment: Suggestions for the Eastern Caribbean. 24(3), 1999, 1-14.

PUNNETT, BETTY- JANE; EMILY DICK-FORDE; C. JUSTIN ROBINSON. Effective Management and Culture: An Analysis of Three English-Speaking Caribbean Countries. 31(2), 2006, 44-71.

PUNNETT, BETTY-JANE; LAWRENCE NURSE. Management Research on the English-Speaking Caribbean: Towards a Research Agenda. 27(2), 2002, 1-37.
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RING, KAREN; WANDA. BOBB-FRASER. Alcohol Use Among Community College Students in St. Vincent and the Grenadines: Implications for the Prevention and Education Programmes. 30(4), 2005, 1-28.

ROBERTS, SHERMA. Assessing the Potential of Diaspora Tourism. 37(3&4), 2012, 115-132.

ROBINSON, C. JUSTIN. Aspects of the Caribbean Single Market and Economy: How Integrated are Regional Stock Markets. 31(4), 2006, 30-57.

ROBINSON, C. JUSTIN. Dividend Policy among Publicly Listed Firms in Barbados. 31(1), 2006, 1- 36.

ROBINSON, C. JUSTIN. Long-Term Financing Decisions: Views and Practices of Financial Managers in the Caribbean. 28(4), 2003, 1-24.

ROBINSON, C. JUSTIN; EMILY DICK-FORDE; BETTY-JANE PUNNETT. Effective Management and Culture: An Analysis of Three English-Speaking Caribbean Countries. 31(2), 2006, 44-71.

ROCK, LETNIE; KATHLEEN VALTONEN. Identifying a Programme of Social Work Research in the Eastern Caribbean. 27(3), 2002, 49-68.

ROOPNARINE, LOMARSH. St. Croix's Secession Movement in the United States Virgin Islands: Sentimental or Serious. 36(1), 2011, 43-66.
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ST. HILL, DONNA. Women and Gender, Anti-poverty or Employment? Misplaced Polarities in State-led Poverty Programming in the Caribbean. 26(2), 2001, 1-32.

ST. JOHN, M. ANNE; KEMI MASCOLL, IRA WATERMAN & SHAWNA CRICHLOW. Further Reduction in Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Barbados Following Intervention with HAART. 36(4), 2011, 28-38.

SAMUEL, WENDELL A; PATRICIA WELSH-HAYNES. Telecommunications Reform in the OECS. 25(3), 2000, 21-55.

SCANTLEBURY, KELZA AND PHILMORE ALLEYNE.  A Content Analysis of Risk Management Disclosures in Barbadian Public Limited Companies' Annual Report.  40(2), 2015, 124-161.

SCHRAUFNAGEL, SCOT; BARBARA SGNOURAKI. Voter Turnout in Caribbean Democracies. 31(4), 2006, 1- 29.

SEGUINO, STEPHANIE. Micro-Macro Linkages Between Gender, Development and Growth: Implications for the Caribbean Region. 33(4), 2008, 8-41.

SGNOURAKI, BARBARA; SCOT SCHRAUFNAGEL. Voter Turnout In Caribbean Democracies. 31(4), 2006, 1-29.

SILBERIE, RUPERT. Privatization as a Tool of Institutional Development in the Netherlands Antilles. 22(1), 1998, 1-19.

SMALL, JOSEANN; MAXINE MCCLEAN Factors Impacting on the Choice of Entrepreneurship as a Career by Barbadian Youth: A Preliminary Assessment. 27(4), 2002, 30-54.

SMALL, JOSEANN; SONIA MAHON. New Evaluation Form, ‘Same Old Attitude’? A Study of Perceptions of the Lecturer Evaluation Process. 30(2), 2005, 75-96.

SMALL, JOSEANN; LAWRENCE NURSE. Who Cares about Workplace Justice in Barbados? Men and Women Have Their Say - A Preliminary Analysis. 27(4), 2002, 1-29.

SOOKRAM SANDRA: MAUKESH BASDEO; KERRY SUMESAR-RAI; GEORGE SARIDAKIS. Serious Crime in Trinidad and Tobago: An Empirical Analysis Using Time-Series Data between 1970-2007. 35(1), 2010, 60-75.

SOOKRAM, SANDRA; PATRICK WATSON. The Informal Sector and Gender in the Caribbean: The Case of Trinidad and Tobago. 33(4), 2008, 42-66.

SOVERALL-WAYNE. REDjet Airborne: Policy Implications for Intra-Regional Travel, Air Transport and Caribbean Tourism Development. 37(3&4), 2012, 6-39.

SPENCER, ANDREW. Challenging the Reductionist Epistemology of Technology Adoption Research in the Travel Industry. 40(3), 2015, 24-61.

SUTTON, PAUL.  Westminster Challenged, Westminster Confirmed: Which Way Caribbean Constitutional Reform?  38(1 & 2), 2013, 63-79.
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TAYLOR, ORVILLE. Understanding the Controversy Surrounding the Grenada Labour Relations (Amendment) Bill 2001. 28(2), 2003, 1-29.

TAYLOR, TIMOTHY; BRIAN FRANCIS; TROY LORDE. Trade and Economic Growth in Jamaica: Are There Lessons for the Eastern Caribbean. 32(1), 2007, 52-90.

TENNANT, DAVID; SANDRIA TENNANT. Is There a Glass Ceiling in the Jamaica Financial Sector? Both Sides of the Story. 33(4), 2008, 67-120.

TEWARIE, BHOENDRADATT; ROGER HOSEIN. 'Resource Curse' and Funding Tertiary Level Education (TLE) in a Small Oil Rich Economy: Inflated Policy Errors. 32(2), 2007, 1-22.

TEWARIE, BHOENDRADATT; ROGER HOSEIN. Service Exports and Economic Growth in an Oil Rich Economy: A Case Study of Tourism in Trinidad and Tobago. 29(1), 2004, 42-68.

THOMAS, BERT J. The Loyal Opposition in Caribbean Politics: the Case of Dominica. 24(2), 1999, 1-21.

THOMAS, CLIVE Y. The Economic Development of the OECS in the Emerging International Economic Order. 25(1), 2000, 58-78.

THOMPSON, BENITA. Disruptive Behaviours in Barbadian Classrooms: Implications for Universal Secondary Education in the Caribbean. 34(3), 2009, 39-58.

TULL, JO-ANNE. Building a Competitive Advantage: the case for Offshore Financial Centres in CARICOM States. 24(2), 1999, 22-42.

TULL, JO-ANNE. Gathering Festival Statistics: Theoretical Platforms and their Relevance to Building a Global Rubric. 37(3&4), 2012, 40-70.
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VALLIERE, DAVE; MICHAEL STEELE.  An Improved Measure of Entrepreneurial Intent: A Jamaica-Canada Perspective.  40(2), 2015, 42-62.

VATONEN, KATHLEEN; LETNIE ROCK. Identifying a Programme of Social Work Research in the Eastern Caribbean. 27(3), 2002, 49-68.

VIRJEE, KAMEEL; WALID KHAWAM; SUSAN GASKIN. Water Demand Management Measures:An Analysis of Water Tariffs and Metering in Barbados. 31(2), 2006, 1-24.
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WALLACE, WENDELL C.  Addressing Unmet Educational Needs of Children and Youth in Detention in Trinidad and Tobago. 38(4), 2013, 78-105.

WALROND, E. R. Jamaica’s Ethno Medicine: Its potential in the Health Care System. 25(4), 2000, 74-76.

WARRICAN, JOEL. Literacy Development and the Role of the Eastern Caribbean Joint Board of Teacher Education. 34(2), 2009, 93-112.

WARRICAN, S. JOEL. Adolescent Leisure Reading Interest and Practices: The Case of Tortola. 29(1), 2004, 23-41.

WARRICAN, JOEL S; LORNA DOWN; JOAN SPENCER-ERNANADEZ. Exemplary Teaching in the Caribbean: Experiences from Early Literacy Classrooms. 33(1), 2008, 1-30.

WATSON, HILBOURNE. Global Change: Restructuring the Enterprise Culture and Power in Contemporary Barbados. 22(3), 1997, 1-47.

WEBSTER, ALLAN; DENNY LEWIS. International Trade and Comparative Advantage in the Caribbean: An Empirical Analysis. 26(4), 2001, 45-65.

WELSH-HAYNES, PATRICIA; WENDELL A. SAMUEL Telecommunications Reform in the OECS. 25(3), 2000, 21-55.

WHITTINGTON, LOUIS A: MARGARUERITA R. ALLEYNE, Factors Impacting on the Success of Distance Education Students of the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies. 25(2), 2000, 53-76.

WILLIAMS, DENSIL & LESLEY HARE. Competitiveness of Small Hotels in Jamaica: An Exploratory Analysis. 37(3&4), 2012, 71-96.

WINT, ALVIN G. Competitive Disadvantages and Advantages of Small Nations: An Analysis of Inter-Nation Economic Performance. 27(3), 2002, 1-25.

WINT, ALVIN G. International Competitiveness and Public Policy in the Caribbean. 25(1), 2000, 39-57.

WORRELL, DeLISLE. Dependent Economic Development in the English-Speaking Caribbean, 1945-2000. 34(4), 2009, 99-121.
   
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ANDREW, McHALE. The New International Economic Environment: the WTO and Implications for the OECS. 24(2), 1999, 69-95.

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BAIN, LAUREL; ANNELLE BELLONY; JULIET MELVILLE. Financing Governments and the Economic Citizenship Programme. 26(4), 2001, 80-83.

BARDOUILLE, NAND C. The ‘Collapse’ of the Fifth WTO Ministerial Conference: A Preliminary Assessment. 28(4), 2003, 83-92.

BARDOUILLE, NAND C. Globalisation and the WTO: Reconciling ‘Development’ in Global Trade Talks. 30(1), 2005, 108-119.

BELLONY, ANNELLE; JULIET MELVILLE; LAUREL BAIN. Financing Governments and the Economic Citizenship Programme. 26(4), 2001, 80-83.

BINNS, LEROY.  Cuba and the Question of Employment. 38(1 & 2), 2013, 155-166.

BOXHILL, IAN. The Global and the Local: Social Sciences in the Caribbean. 23(4), 1998, 70-74.

BRENZEL, LOGAN. Is National Health Insurance the Way Forward for Caribbean Countries? 25(2), 2000, 76-85.

BROWN, DERYCK. Barbados to join the OECS? 22(3), 1997, 80-82.

BUCKMIRE, CHERRY C.; MOOLCHAND RAGHUNANDAN; ASIF F. MOHAMME, Investigate Before Investing: Due Diligence can Save you the Regret of a Sour Investment. 26(2), 2001, 77-84.
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CRAIGWELL, ROLAND; WINSTON MOORE. Technology Adoption and Its Impact on Output, Employment and Wages. 32(2), 2007, 73-81.

CRAIGWELL, ROLAND; WINSTON MOORE. Why do Prices Rise in Barbados? A Survey of Business Perceptions. 35(1), 2010, 76-83.

CRAIGWELL, ROLAND; WINSTON MOORE. Will the Poultry Industry in Barbados Wither as a Result of Trade Liberalisation? 28(1), 2003, 67-70.
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DOWN, LORNA. Transforming School Culture through Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). 40(3), 2015, 157-167.

DOWNES, ANDREW S. Projecting the Demand for Economists in the Caribbean: the Use of Labour Market Signaling Techniques. 23(4), 1998, 56-69.

DURBIN, TOM; JILL ST. GEORGE.  Human Trafficking in Barbados: Achievements and Continuing Hurdles. 38(1 & 2), 2013, 126-154.

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FERGUS, HOWARD A. Election At Large: A commentary on the 2001 Election in Montserrat. 26(3), 2001, 69-77.

FRANCIS, BRIAN. The Nature and Extent of Agricultural Export Diversification in Belize and Dominica 31(3), 2006, 39-61.

FRANKLIN, MARTIN. Suggested Best Practice for Pursuing Development and Poverty Reduction through National ICT Strategies. 31(4), 2006, 85-104.
 

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KARAGIANNIS, NIKOLAOS. The Role of the Government in the Caribbean: A Commentary on the Dismal Orthodoxy. 29(1), 2004, 69-74.

KHAN, JAMAL. A Tale of Five Cities: Panache, Pain, Pleasure and All That. 30(3), 2005, 73-87.

KNIGHT, VERNA. Disaster Risk Reduction Education in the Caribbean: Policy, Practice and Implications for Teacher Education. 40(3), 2015, 187-209.


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LASHLEY, JONATHAN G. Microfinance and Poverty Alleviation in the Eastern Caribbean: A Way Forward?. 27(3), 2002, 69-77.

LAWRENCE, WILLIAM W. Turnaround Strategies for Business Recovery from Decline.  40(2), 2015, 165-178.

LEACOCK, COREEN. Status of Mathematics Education in the Eastern Caribbean: Issues and Possible Solutions for Teacher Preparation and Support. 40(3), 2015, 210-233.

LeFRANC, ELSIE; ROCK, LETNIE. The Commonality of Gender-based Violence. 26(1), 2001, 75-82.

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MARSHALL, DON D. Caribbean Trade Bloc Negotiations: Whither Development Planning? 22(3), 1997, 83-86.

MELVILLE, JULIET; LAUREL BAIN; ANNELLE BELLONY. Financing Governments and the Economic Citizenship Programme. 26(4), 2001, 80-83.

MIDGETT, DOUGLAS. The Nevis Secession Vote: The Search for Explanations. 30(4), 2005, 77-85.

MOHAMME, ASIF F.; CHERRY C. BUCKMIRE; MOOLCHAND RAGHUNANDAN. Investigate Before Investing: Due Diligence can Save you the Regret of a Sour Investment. 26(2), 2001, 77-84.

MOORE, WINSTON; ROLAND CRAIGWELL. Technology Adoption and Its Impact on Output, Employment and Wages. 32(2), 2007, 73-81.
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PERSAUD, BISHNODAT. Trade and Environment and the WTO. 28(3), 2003, 56-73.

PHILLIPS, KIMONE; DWAYNE DEVONISH. Globalisation and Its Perceived Impact on Employment and Business in Barbados: Barbadian Workers Have Their Say. 33 (3), 2008, 53-69.

PETERSON, TERRY. How Dutch am I? Why the proposed Dutch Compulsory Integration Law for Dutch Antilleans is Discriminatory? 31(1), 2006, 80-95.
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RAGHUNANDAN, MOOLCHAND; ASIF F MOHAMME; CHERRY C. BUCKMIRE. Investigate Before Investing: Due Diligence can Save you the Regret of a Sour Investment. 26(2), 2001, 77-84.

ROBERTS, DONALD. Reflections on the 'Nettlefordian' Influence on Trade Unionism. 37(1), 2012, 74-83.

ROBINSON, SANDRA. Facts, Myths and Monsters: Interrogating Teacher Education in the Caribbean - A Caribbean Dialogue with Errol Miller. 40(3), 2015, 168-186.

ROCK, LETNIE; ELSIE LeFRANC. The Commonality of Gender-based Violence. 26(1), 2001, 75-82.
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WARRICAN, S. JOEL. Transforming the Face of Teacher Education: Explore New Alternatives. 40(3), 2015, 118-137.

WILLIAMS, MARION. Unintended Consequences of Remedial Measures Taken to Correct the Global Financial Crisis: A Regulatory and Compliance Perspective.  36(1), 2011, 67-80.

WORRELL, DeLISLE. The Evolving International Financial System: The Role of the IMF and the Implications for CARICOM Countries. 28(2), 2003, 84-91.

WYNTER-PALMER, JENNIFER. Do we need More Atypical Human Resource Persons. 32(4), 2007, 57-67.

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YEBOAH, DAVID. Increasing Elderly Population and Retirement Planning in Barbados. 25(3), 2000, 80-88.
   
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ANDERSON, WINSTON. Forum non Conveniens Strikes Again: American Court Closes its Door to Eastern Caribbean Litigants. 23(3), 1998, 77-89.

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BIRD, LESTER B. Address to the First Meeting of the Joint Barbados/OECS Task Force. 23(2), 1998, 73-78.

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THOMPSON, DAVID. Building on Eastern Caribbean Confederation: the Prospects for Wider Caribbean Political Union. 23(2), 1998, 66-72.
 

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BROWN, DERYCK. The Sudden, Meteoric but Inconsequential Rise of 'Policy Studies' in Caribbean Social Sciences. 24(4), 1999, 69-84.

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DUNCAN, NEVILLE C. Struggle for Caribbean Relevance. 22(4), 1997, 80-83.

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FRANK, ANDRE GUNDER. No Break in 1398/1450/1492/1500. 22(4), 1997, 89-93.

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MARSHALL, DON D. Avoiding Transhistoricism: confronting History: A Reply to Watson. 22(4), 1997, 84-88.

MARSHALL, DON D. Caribbean Social Sciences and the Critical Enterprise. 24(4), 1999, 53-68.

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WATSON, HILBOURNE A. A Response to Marshall’s Ahistoricizing Capital Accumulation. 22(4), 1997, 71-79.
   
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FIELDS, GARY. Labor Markets and Economic Development. 31(2), 2006, 72-84.

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GREENE, EDWARD. Reconfiguring Human Resource Development in The Caribbean: Beyond the Global Marketplace. Edward Greene. 32(4), 2007, 68-91.

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MASSIAH, JOYCELIN. Ten Years after Beijing: What more do Caribbean Women Want? 31(1), 2006, 55-79.


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WORRELL, DeLISLE. What does the New Global Order Mean for CARICOM Central Banks? 32(3)2007, 70-84.
   
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LEWIS, DENNY. The Growth Potential of Trade among Developing Countries: Insights for CARICOM. 24(3), 1999, 81-97.

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MARSHALL, DON D. Historicizing Capital Accumulation: Appraising Frank and Gills= Millennial World System: a Review Essay. 22(2), 1997, 68-89.
   
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BERNARD, APRIL. The Garifuna: A Nation Across Borders – Essays in Social Anthropology Cubola Books, Belize, (Second Edition) by Joseph Palacio. 33 (3), 2008, 77-81.

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DOWNES, ANDREW S. Central Banking in Theory and Practice: a Small State Perspective, by Courtney N. Blackman. 24(1), 1999, 64-67.

DOWNES, ANDREW S. The Practice of Economic Management: A Caribbean Perspective by Courtney N. Blackman. 31(3), 2006, 67-72.

DOWNES, ANDREW S. Strategic Repositioning: A Caribbean Perspective on Economic Policy Making, by Marion V. Williams 31(3), 2006, 62-66.

DOWNES, ANDREW S. Trade, Investment and Development in the Contemporary Caribbean by Bhoendradatt Tewarie and Roger Hosein. 32(3)2007, 85-91.

DRAKES, MARSHA. Caribbean Political Economy at the Crossroads: FTAA and regional Developmentalism, by Don D. Marshall. 26(2), 2001, 85-88.
 

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GRENADE, WENDY. The Gairy Movement: A History of Grenada, 1947-1997 by George Griffith.  40(1), 20 H

HINDS, KRISTINA. Successful Professional Women in the Americas: From Polar Winds to Tropical Breezes by Betty Jane Punnett, Jo Ann Duffy, Suzy Fox, Ann Gregory, Terri R. Lituchy, Silvia Ines Montserrat, Miguel R. Olivas-Lujan, and Neusa Maria Bastos F. Santos. 33 (3), 2008, 70-76.

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JOSEPH, ANDY. Lessons from Grand Bay, Prospects for Maintaining Low Crime in Dominica, Nature Island of the Caribbean by Peter K.B. St. Jean. 32(3)2007, 92-94.

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LAYNE, ANTHONY. Education for Economic Social and Political Development in the British Caribbean from 1896 to 1945, by Kazim Bacchus 31(3), 2006, 73-78.

LASHLEY, JONATHAN. Experiencing International Business and Management: Exercises, Projects and Cases by Betty-Jane Punnett, 31(3), 2006, 83-86.
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MARSHALL, DON D. The Development of West Indies Cricket: Vol. 1: The Age of Nationalism. Vol. II. The Age of Globalization, by Hilary McD. Beckles. 24(1), 1999, 74-77.

MARSHALL, DON D. The Power of Greed: Collective Action in International Development, by Michael Rosberg. 31(3), 2006, 79-82.

MARSHALL, DON D. World Bibliographical Series Volume 224: Guadeloupe, by Marian Goslinga. 25(4), 2000, 77-78.

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PHILLIPS, NATALIE. Business in Bim: A Business History of Barbados 1900-2000 by Henderson Carter. 33(3), 2008, 87-91.

PALACIO, JOSEPH. Ruins of Absence, Presence of Caribs – (Post) Colonial Representations of Aboriginality in Trinidad and Tobago by Maximilian C. Forte. 33 (3), 2008, 82-86.
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THOMAS, BERT. Democracy and Neoliberalism in the Developing World: Lessons from the Anglophone Caribbean, by Clifford B. Griffin. 24(1), 1999, 68-73.

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WALROND, E. R. Jamaica’s Ethno Medicine: It’s potential in the Health Care System, by Henry Lowe, Arvilla Payne-Jackson, Steven Beckstrom and James Burke. 25(4), 2000, 74-76.

WARING, MARILYN; ROBERT CARR, ANIT MUKHERJEE & MEENA SHIVDAS. Who Cares? The Economics of Dignity. 36(4), 2011, 91-94.

WATSON, HILBOURNE. Corporate Culture in the Caribbean: A History of Goddard Enterprises Limited. 35(1), 2010, 84-97.

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