Economic Transformation and Job Creation

Economic Transformation and Job Creation

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The question of economic transformation is an immediate and practical one for the English-speaking Caribbean. In the postindependence period, Caribbean governments seemed blissfully unaware that the inability to transform their economies was leading to serious unemployment problems. The statistics are quite stark. Unemployment rates in the Caribbean range from 6% in the more prosperous states to 23% in the less prosperous ones. This use of economic transformation and job creation continues to be a major challenge in the first decade of the twenty-first Century. This is the subject that is treated with impressive urgency in this volume entitled Economic Transformation and Job Creation: The Caribbean Experience.... tourism, financial and knowledge services and agro production. ... evidence suggests that the Region has yet to arrive at the economic transformation model that will create sustainable growth and jobs and resuscitate its sinking economies .

Title:Economic Transformation and Job Creation
Author: Kenneth O. Hall & Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang
Publisher:Trafford Publishing - 2013-08

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