Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/37704
Title: Issues in Caribbean development : a collection of research papers; volume 2, nos. 6-11
Authors: Consortium Graduate School of Social Sciences
Keywords: ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
TOURISM
SUGAR INDUSTRY
SELF HELP
CRAFTSMEN
CARIBBEAN
Date: 1993
Publisher: Consortium Graduate School of Social Sciences, Kingston, JM
Description: Contents: v. 2, no. 6, The viability of an integrated public private sector approach to tourism management in Antigua and Barbuda -- no. 7, Birds come, tourists come : the socio-cultural and socioeconomic impact of ecotourism on rural Belizean communities; the case of Crooked Tree Village -- no. 8, An econometric study of supply response of the Barbados Sugar Industry -- no. 9, Official institutional support for export promotion : a performance evaluation of Jamaica Promotions Corporation -- no. 10, An evaluation of the operations of the National Commission for Self-Help of Trinidad and Tobago -- no. 11, A little finger in the pie : the craft vendors of Dunn's River
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/37704
Project Number: 850077
860086
870181
880131
910055
Project Title: Consortium Graduate School (Caribbean) - Phase I
Consortium Graduate School (Caribbean) - Phase II
Consortium Graduate School (Caribbean) - Phase III
Consortium Graduate School (Caribbean) - Phase IV
Consortium Graduate School of Social Sciences (Caribbean) - Phase V
Access: IDRC Only
Files in This Item:
There are no files associated with this item.     Request a copy
Show full item record