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Book Chapters
D. Williams, Why non-exporters do not export: Some exploratory insights, in Handbook of Regional Economics, New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2009, pp. 1-17.
Conference Papers
D. Williams, Can small firms compete against multinationals? Lessons from the Caribbean, in Washington Business Research Forum (WBRF), Cambria Suites Hotel, Washington DC, USA, 2015.
D. Williams, Country conditions and their impact on FDI flows: Evidence from SIDS., in MSBM Business & Management Conference, Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort Jamaica , Montego Bay, 2015.
D. Williams, The Enabling Business Environment and Business Failure among Start-ups: A Cross Country Anaylsis, in Washington Business Research Forum, 2013.
D. Williams, Gender and the Internationalization of SMEs, in Allied Academies International Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2012.
D. Williams, Predictors of business failure among high technology firms: A neural networks analysis, in 60th Annual International Council of Small Business (ICSB) World Conference, United Arab Emirates University at the Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, 2015.
D. Williams, Resources and business failure: Does size matter., in Allied Academies International Fall Conference (AAIFC), Quad Resort and Casino Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 2014.
D. Williams, Resources and Failure of SMEs: Another Look, in International Council of Small Business World Conference., Puerto Rico, 2013, pp. 1-22.
Conference Proceedings
D. Williams, Agglomeration economies: A model for the West. Western Jamaica Economic Forum.. Montego Bay Convention Centre, pp. 1-23, 2014.
D. Williams, Beyond the epistemology: International business as a development tool for small economies., Inaugural Professorial Lecture. University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, 2014.
D. Williams, Charting your academic success beyond GSAT., AAMM Credit Union Awards for GSAT Scholars. . 2013.
D. Williams, Competing in a logistics centred economy: Insights for improved firm performance. , Issue 19. pp1-4 vol. 2014.
D. Williams, Dilemma of difference. , vol. 1, ppl. 3 vol. 2014.
D. Williams, Emerging opportunities in the Jamaican business environment., JAS Inaugural Summit on Food Security. Jamaica Conference Centre, pp. 1-9, 2015.
D. Williams, Employer of the future: Challenges and solutions. , HRMAJ Conference 34. Knutsford Court Hotel, Kingston Jamaica. , pp. pp 1-11, 2014.
D. Williams, Export Marketing Strategies of Small Locally-Owned Firms: Can These Lead to International Competitiveness?, Institute of Commonwealth Studies Seminar. University of London, pp. 1-20, 2007.
D. Williams, Export-led growth: That’s the answer. (keynote address), Jamaica Exporters Association Export Month Launch. Knutsford Court Kingston, pp. pp 1-6., 2014.
D. Williams, Going for growth: Opportunities in the Jamaican business environment., First Global Bank Board Retreat Luncheon. UWI Regional Headquarters, pp. 1-11, 2014.
D. Williams, International business engagement key to Jamaica’s prosperity. , vol. 3, Issue 2 vol. 2015.
D. Williams, keynote address 20/20 vision- Your credit union and you, Association of Credit Union Presidents of Trinidad and Tobago Conference. ,Sunscape Resorts, Cura{\c c}ao, 2013.
D. Williams, keynote address 20/20 vision- Your credit union and you, Association of Credit Union Presidents of Trinidad and Tobago Conference. ,Sunscape Resorts, Curaçao, 2013.
D. Williams, Looking back - Looking forward: The PNP and the Jamaican economy., PNP 75th Anniversary Symposium. Jamaica Conference Centre. . Jamaica Conference Centre. , pp. Pp. 1-8., 2013.
D. Williams, Productivity: What is it and why it matters?, The Jamaica Productivity Centres Seminar. Jamaica Pegasus Hotel, Kingston, Jamaica, 2014.
D. Williams, The role of small business in economic development., Presentation to the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. Red Stripe Broad Room., pp. 1-12, 2015.
D. Williams, Socio-economic implications of the logistics hub for western Jamaica. , Panel presentation at the Logistics Hub Symposium. . Wexford Court Hotel, Montego-Bay, pp. pp 1-5., 2014.
L. Nicholson, Williams, D., and Garvey, M., Succession Planning in Ethnic Family-Owned Businesses: Evidence from Jamaica, International Conference of the Institute for Small Business & Entrepreneurship. CD-ROM, Track C, ID No. 137., Glasgow, Scotland, 2007.
D. Williams, Using the balanced scorecard to guide strategic thinking. Montego Bay Jamaica. , pp. 1-7, 2015.


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