The Political Economy of Small Tropical Islands: The Importance of Being Small

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Helen M. Hintjens, M. D. D. Newitt
University of Exeter Press, 1992 - Business & Economics - 247 pages
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This book is a comparative study of a number of dependent and independent tropical islands and archipelagos. Its contributors seek to answer a number of vital questions affecting the security, political status and economic development of some of the world's smallest and most remote communities.

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Robert Aldrich, John Cameron, John Connell, Fred Constant, Henrique Pinto da Costa, Mike Faber, David Hamilton-Jones, Helen M. Hintjens, Jean Houbert, David Lowenthal, David Marlow, Malyn Newitt and Gordon Titchener

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Contents

Introduction Malyn Newitt
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A General Overview David Lowenthal
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Vestiges of Colonialism
30
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About the author (1992)

Helen Hintjens is at the Centre for Development Studies, The University College of Swansea. Malyn Newitt is a Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Exeter.

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