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  • Regional cooperation in the Caribbean: the Association of Caribbean States
  • Association ; Caribbean ; Economic cooperation ; Economic integration ; Free trade ; Insularity ; Market ; Regional economy ; World
  • Explains the reasons and motivations behind the Association of Caribbean States formed in 1994 and offers an assessment of the problems in achieving its goal of regional cooperation and economic integration. - (DWG)
  • Spotlight on the Caribbean, a microcosm of the Third World
  • Migration in the Caribbean
  • Caribbean ; Internal migration ; International migration ; Island ; Migration ; West Indies ; World
  • Survey on research done between 1980-1990 on the theme of international migration out of the Caribbean and also movement between islands.―(DWG)
  • Characteristics and processes of urbanization in the Caribbean
  • Caribbean ; City size ; Demographic change ; Housing ; Urban morphology ; Urban population ; Urbanization ; West Indies ; World
  • Synthesis of recent urbanization in the Caribbean, focusing on demographic growth, urban primacy, internal morphology, employment, housing, urban crime and perception.―(DWG)
  • Five hundred years of hurricanes in the Caribbean : their relationship with global climatic variabilities in Caribbean hurricanes.
  • This article concentrates on an analysis of the distribution of hurricanes in the Caribbean basin, investigates some of statistical characteristics, and attempts a coupling of these events with known anomalous periods in the world's climatic history.
  • Spotlight on the Caribbean. A microcosm on the Third World
  • Caribbean cultural identity. The case of Jamaica.
  • Primary production and the measurement of agricultural potential in the Caribbean
  • An epidemiological spectrum in the Caribbean
  • A geographical pathology survey conducted with the assistance of the Pan-American Health Organisation in ten Commonwealth countries of the Caribbean in 1980 emphasized the difference both of development and of mortality patterns between
  • the countries. Some regions in the Caribbean are shown to be similar in terms of pathology statistics. In the process of development changing patterns of mortality seem to emerge, some of which are not entirely beneficial. (MPM).
  • Small accomodation development in the Caribbean : an appraisal
  • Using Tobago as an example, the study suggests that locally-owned guest houses, rather than large luxury hotels, are best suited to the long-term tourism development of the Caribbean. - (DWG)
  • Caribbean airline connectivity and development
  • An analysis of the interconnectivity of the Caribbean airline links for 1934, 1942, 1953, 1963, 1973 and 1983| with discussion of factors in current network development and its role in economic development. (MPM).
  • Relations between Yugoslavia and the countries of Central America and the Caribbean
  • Political and economic relations with the countries of Central America (Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama) and Caribbean countries (Barbados, Dominican republic, Grenada, Haïti, Jamaica, Surinam, Trinidad and Tobago).
  • Transforming mineral enclaves: Caribbean bauxite in the nineteen-seventies
  • In the nineteen-sixties the pronounced enclave character of Caribbean bauxite mines was ascribed to the linkage patterns generated by multinational ownership of a capital-intensive entreprise. Subsequent experiments show that important obstacles
  • to increasing Caribbean bauxite's regional growth stimulus had been neglected. Confrontation with the corporations over ownership and taxation substantially increased fiscal linkage in the Caribbean at the expense of forward linkage, which offers greater
  • Return migration and remittances: developing a Caribbean perspective.
  • The volume is divided into two sections. The larger of the two, that on return migration, contains papers on return to Puerto Rico (Johnson and Levine), the English speaking Caribbean (Rubenstein and Richerdson), Costa Rica and El Salvador (Poitras
  • ), the Dominican Republic (Ugalde and Langham), Suriname (Bovenkerk) and to India from the Caribbean (Samaroo). All the articles focus mainly on the role and character of the individual in the return migration process. With varying degrees of incisivness the broad
  • demographic, social and economic characteristics of Caribbean return are outlined and the causes and impact of particular return movements discussed. The data bases upon which these observations are constructed range from national scale surveys in El Salvador
  • and the Dominican Republic to smaller, anthropological-style investigations in Suriname and the Leeward Caribbean. (MPM).
  • Situated knowledge and the EU sugar reform : a Caribbean life history
  • Resonating with efforts to attend to in the field neoliberalism and the embodiment of agrofood relations, the paper explores the historical embeddedness of the European sugar regime in the life of one particular Caribbean small farmer.
  • Canada-Caribbean relations : wherein the special relationship?
  • Canada ; Caribbean ; Economic aid ; Economic cooperation ; International relations ; International trade ; Investment
  • The tropical national parks of Latin America and the Caribbean : present problems and future potential
  • Caribbean ; Latin America ; Natural park ; Nature conservation ; Tropical zone
  • Aboriginal and peasant cultures of the Caribbean
  • Aborigines ; Agricultural practice ; Amerindians ; Caribbean ; Cultural geography ; Ethnic group ; Peasantry ; Social geography ; West Indies ; World
  • Slavery to freedom in the British Caribbean: ecological considerations
  • At emancipation in the British Caribbean in the 1830s, planter coercion of newly-freed blacks and responses by the blacks themselves were conditioned partly by physical environmental circumstances. This paper describes three types of ecological
  • Karib-térség: A régio fo fejlodési problémai. (The Caribbean region: major problems of development)
  • The Caribbean region is difficult to define. It was affected by political-geographical changes following the Cuban revolution. Main problems include: monoculture in agriculture, dependence on American tourists, and chronic insufficiency of energy