Lewis Beckford Memorial Lecture: Caribbean Economic Development in the Post Washington Consensus Period

These musings led me to the topic “Caribbean economic development in the post Washington consensus period”. While much of the presentation will relate to the English-speaking Caribbean, and more particularly the member states of the Caribbean community, we are acutely aware that both Lewis and Beckford had a much broader concept of the Caribbean and their influence has been much wider. We have structured the presentation in five parts as follows: I. A brief background II. Brief notes on Lewis and Beckford III. A summary view of the Washington consensus IV. Recent Caribbean economic performance; and V. Some pointers to the future of the Caribbean through Lewis/Beckford lenses


Editor(s):
Badrie, Neela
Issue Date:
2007-05
Publication Type:
Conference Paper/ Presentation
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/36921
Page range:
iv-xiii
Total Pages:
10
Series Statement:
CAES
26th




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