Revitalizing the Jamaican Economy: Policies for Sustained Growth
AbstractRevitalizing the Jamaican Economy: Policies for Sustained Growth aims to improve our understanding of the constraints to social and economic development in Jamaica. It also proposes practical solutions to overcome some of those problems. This book is a collection of studies commissioned by the IDB to inform the dialogue and development strategy in Jamaica.
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Economic Development & Growth; Monetary Policy; Fiscal Policy; Fiscal policy; privatization; monetary policy; exchange policy; financial crisis; productivity; competitiveness; institutions; financial sector; transparency; health; education; industrial relations; economic development; CARICOM;
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