The Caribbean economy in the age of globalization

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By Statement Ransford W. Palmer.
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Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. [169]-174) and index.
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Pagination xii, 180 p. ;
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Publish Places New York, NY
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Subjects Globalization -- Economic aspects -- Caribbean Area
Caribbean Area -- Economic conditions -- 21st century
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The Caribbean economy in the age of globalization
Authors Ransford W. Palmer
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Categories Business & Economics
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Description The book examines the status of the Anglophone Caribbean economy and the options it faces as traditional preferential trade arrangements begin to disappear. Two broad options are explored: one is the transformation of primary exports into higher value-added products and the other is a shift in the economic structure toward tourism and other services. The book constructs a model of a potential Caribbean economy, described as a travel economy. The travel economy is based on two enduring features of Caribbean life—tourism and migration.—and it is meant to provide a benchmark against which to gauge the evolution of the structure of individual economies. The main contribution of this book is a concise and methodological treatment of the issues of transition and adjustment that the Caribbean faces in an increasingly liberalized international trading system.
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Page Count 192
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Published Date 2009-03-15
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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