The Caribbean, 1975-1980: a bibliography of economic and rural development

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Scarecrow Press, 1993 - Business & Economics - 897 pages
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Carvajal provides a broad base of documents, over 5,300 entries, on economic and rural development in the Caribbean (except Cuba and Puerto Rico). He emphasizes books, journal articles, and special publications that have an impact on the formulation of public policy, with stress on analysis, research findings, and recommendations. The reader will find a wide array of materials dealing with argricultural productivitym economies of scale, trade patterns, cultural assimilation, institutional rigidities, feasibility and regional studies, political participation, artistic expression, and many other topics that provide an ample reference framework under which development occurs, although they may not deal directly with economic and rural development.

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Contents

The Caribbean in General
1
The Dominican Republic and General Works on Hispaniola
37
Haiti
217
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\Manuel J. Carvajal, Professor of Economics, Florida International University, has worked extensively throughout the Caribbean Basin as a scholar and consultant to the U.S. Departments of State and Agriculture and the World Bank, among others. Between 1979 and 1988 he served as Contributing Editor for Economics in Central America and the Caribbean for the Library of Congress Latin American Handbook. He is also known for his research on the economics of human resources, especially in the areas of population, poverty, discrimination, and small-business development.