KEY INSTITUTIONS IN THE ENGLISH SPEAKING CARIBBEAN


CARIBBEAN THINK TANKS

Norman Girvan   
http://www.normangirvan.info/home/

David Hinds
http://www.guyanacaribbeanpolitics.com/commentary/hinds_archives.html

Sir Arthur Lewis 
http://www.cavehill.uwi.edu/salises/
http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/economics/laureates/1979/lewis-autobio.html


JOURNALS

Journals of Business, Finance and Economic in Emerging Economies,JBFEEE 
Journal for Eastern Caribbean Studies, JECS
Social and Economic Studies, SES
(available via UWI LinC e-journals the Main Library)
http://search.proquest.com/publication/35950

http://sesjournaluwi.blogspot.com/2011/07/blog-post.html

Small Axe: a Caribbean journal of criticism
( available via UWI LinC e-journals the Main Library)

Third World Quarterly
(available via UWI LinC e-journals the Main Library)

Journal of West Indian Literature
(available via UWI LinC e-journals the Main Library) 


SOME USEFUL READINGS ON CARIBBEAN INTEGRATION

Arthur, Owen, (2000). “Economic Policy Options in the Twenty-first Century.” InContending with Destiny:  The Caribbean in the Twenty-first Century, edited by  Kenneth Hall and Denis Benn (Kingston, Jamaica:  Ian Randle Publishers) pp 12-25.

Brewster, Havelock, E. (2003) “The Caribbean Single Market and Economy:  Is It Realistic Without Commitment to Political Unity?” (Georgetown: CARICOM Secretariat).

Brewster, Havelock and Clive, Y. Thomas. (1967) The Dynamics of West Indian Economic Integration   (Kingston: Institute of Social and Economic Research).

Caribbean Community Secretariat, (2005) CARICOM Our Community. (Kingston, Jamaica:  Ian Randle Publishers).

______.  (2002)  Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas Establishing the Caribbean Community Including the CARICOM Single Market & Economy.

Codrington, Harold and DeLisle, Worrell (1989). “Trade and Economic Growth in Small Development Economies:  Research on the Caribbean.” In Economic Adjustment Policies for Small Nations:  Theory and Experience in the English-Speaking Caribbean. DeLisle Worrell and Compton Bourne (eds.)  (New York:  Praeger).

Demas, William, G. (1965) The Economics of Development in Small Countries, with special reference to the Caribbean (Montreal:  McGill University Press).

Girvan, Norman, N. (2002), “The Association of Caribbean States as a Caribbean Cooperative Zone.” In Caribbean Survival and the Global Challenge edited by Ramesh Ramsaran (Boulder, CO:  Lynn Riener Publishers and Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers) pp 212-219.

________.  “Societies at Risk?  The Caribbean and Global Change.” Management of Social Transformation Discussion Paper Series.  No. 17 Kingston, Jamaica:  1997.

Grenade, Wendy (2008), “Sovereignty, Democracy and Going Regional – Navigating Tensions: The European Union and the Caribbean Community Considered,” in The Caribbean Community in Transition Functional Cooperation as a Catalyst for Change edited by Kenneth Hall and Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang (Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers), pp 114-135.  

______. (2008) “CARICOM:  Coming of Age?” in Regional Integration Fifty Years after the Treaty of Rome: The European Union, Asia, Africa and The Americas edited by Joaquín Roy and Roberto Domínguez (Miami: Jean Monnet Chair, University of Miami), pp 145-163.
______. (2007) “The Emerging CARICOM Model” in After Vienna: the EU-Latin America-Caribbean Relationship edited by Joaquín Roy and Roberto Domínguez (Miami: Jean Monnet Chair, University of Miami), pp 73-93.

______. (2005) “An Overview of Regional Governance Arrangements within the Caribbean Community,” in The European Union and Regional Integration: A Comparative Perspective and Lessons for the Americas edited by Joaquín Roy and Roberto Dominguez (Miami: Jean Monnet Chair, University of Miami), pp 167-183.

Hall, Kenneth O. (ed.) (2003). Reinventing CARICOM The Road to a New Integration 
(Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers).

______. (ed.) (2001). The Caribbean Community Beyond Survival (Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers).

Hall, Kenneth O. and Denis Benn (eds.) (2005).  Caribbean Imperatives Regional Governance and Integrated Development.  (Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers).

Hall, Kenneth and Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang (eds.) (2008). The Caribbean Community in Transition Functional Cooperation as a Catalyst for Change (Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers).

Hinds, David (2005).“Internal Political Tribalism and Regional Integration in the Caribbean” in The European Union and Regional Integration: A Comparative Perspective and Lessons for the Americas, edited by Joaquín Roy and Roberto Dominguez, (Miami: Jean Monet Chair-European Union Center, University of Miami; Buenos Aires: Universidad Nacional Tres de Febero).

Lewis, Patsy (2003) “Is the Goal of Regional Integration Still Relevant among Small States?  The Case of the OECS and CARICOM.”  In  Living Beyond the Borderlines – Issues in Caribbean Sovereignty and Development, edited by Cynthia, Barrow-Giles and Don, Marshall (Kingston, Jamaica:  Ian Randle Publishers) pp 325-352.

Mills, Gladstone, E. et al. Report on a Review of Regional Programs, Institutions and Organizations of the Caribbean Community. Georgetown, Guyana:  Caribbean Community Secretariat, 1990.

Milne R. Stephen. “Impulses and Obstacles to Caribbean Political Integration.”International Studies Quarterly, Vol. 18, No. 3 (September, 1974) : 291-316.

Payne, Anthony (2008).  The Political History of  CARICOM (Kingston: Jamaica:  Ian
Randle Publishers).

Payne, Anthony and Paul Sutton Charting Caribbean Development.  (London and 
Oxford: Macmillan Education Ltd., 2001b).

Pollard, Duke. (ed.) (2003). The CARICOM System:  Basic Instruments. (Kingston, Jamaica:  The Caribbean Law Publishing Co.).

________. “The Caribbean Court of Justice in Regional Economic Development.” In CCJ Issues and Perspectives. CARICOM Secretariat, Vol. 1. 2001, 12-24.

Rawlins, Hugh. (2000) The Caribbean Court of Justice: The history and Analysis of the Debate.  (Georgetown, Guyana:  Caribbean Community Secretariat).

West Indian Commission. (1992).  Time for Action - The Report of the West Indian 
Commission.  Black Rock, Barbados:  West Indian Commission.

Will, W. Marvin. “A Nation Divided:  The Quest for Caribbean Integration.” Latin American Research Review, Vol. 26, No. 2 (1991) : 3-37.


OTHER USEFUL READINGS

CARICOM Integration Progress and Hurdles A European View
Foreword by: Pro. The. Hon. Rex Nettleford 
Christoph Mullereile
LMH Publishing Company (1996)
Kingston, Jamaica.

Mullereile, C. (1996). CARICOM Integration Progress and Hurdles A European View: Kingston, Jamaica: LMH Publishing Company.

CARICOM, Appropriate Adaptation on a Changing Global Environment
UWI-CARICOM Project
A Special Issue of The Integrationist Volume 2. No.2 December, 2004
Ian Randle Publishers 
Kingston

CARICOM Single Market and Economy
Challenges, benefits, Prospects
The Integrationist 
Ian Randle Publishers (2007)
Kingston

CARICOM Single Market and Economy
Genesis and Prognosis
Kenneth Hall and Myrtle Chuck-A-Song 
Ian Randle Publishers (2007)
Kingston

Hall, K.,& Chuck-A-Sang, M. (2007). CARICOM Single Market and Economy Genesis and Prognosis: Kingston, Ian Randle Publishers.

Confronting Challenges Maximising Opportunities
A New Diplomacy for Market Access
The Integrationist 
UWI- CARICOM Project
Ian Randle Publishers (2007)

Integration CARICOM’s key to Prosperity
UWI- CARICOM Project 
Kenneth Hall and Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang
Ian Randle Publishers (2006)
Kingston

Hall, K., & Chuck-A-Sang, M. (2006). Integration CARICOM’s key to Prosperity: Kingston, Ian Randle Publishers.

Growth and Development Strategies for the Caribbean
Caribbean Development Bank (2009)

The Caribbean Community in Transition Functional
Cooperation as a Catalyst for Change 
Kenneth Hall and Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang
Ian Randle Publishers (2008)
Kingston