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L. A. Barclay, Can Locally Owned Manufacturing Firms of Small Developing Countries Compete in a Liberalised Trading Environment?, in In Multinationals in the Peripher, R. Narula and Benito, G. London: Palgrave and Macmillan, 2007.
L. A. Barclay, Can Locally Owned Manufacturing Firms of Small Developing Countries Compete in a Liberalised Trading Environment?, in In Multinationals in the Peripher, R. Narula and Benito, G. London: Palgrave and Macmillan, 2007.
L. A. Barclay, Creating an Institutional Environment for FDI-facilitated Development: The Case of the Jamaican Bauxite Industry, European Journal of Development Research, vol. 22, pp. 154–174, 2010.
L. A. Barclay, The Competitiveness of Local Manufacturing Firms of Small, Less-Developed Countries in an Increasingly Liberalized Trading Environment: The Case of Jamaica, in In Transformations in Global Governance: Implications for Multinationals & Other Stakeholders, S. Vachani Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2006, pp. 238-286.
L. A. Barclay, The Competitiveness of Trinidadian Manufacturing Firms in an Increasingly Liberalised Trading Environment, Journal of Eastern Caribbean studies, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 41-74, 2005.
L. A. Barclay, The Competitiveness of Local Manufacturing Firms of Small, Less-Developed Countries in an Increasingly Liberalized Trading Environment: The Case of Jamaica, presented at the 10/2004, School of Management, Boston University, 2004.
L. A. Barclay, The Competitiveness of Local Manufacturing Firms of Small, Less-Developed Countries in an Increasingly Liberalized Trading Environment: The Case of Jamaica, in In Transformations in Global Governance: Implications for Multinationals & Other Stakeholders, S. Vachani Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2006, pp. 238-286.
L. A. Barclay, The Competitiveness of Trinidadian Manufacturing Firms in an Increasingly Liberalised Trading Environment, Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 41-74, 2005.
L. A. Barclay, Creating an Institutional Environment for FDI-facilitated Development: The Case of the Jamaican Bauxite Industry, European Journal of Development Research, vol. 22, pp. 154–174, 2010.
L. A. Barclay, The Competitiveness of Local Manufacturing Firms of Small, Less-Developed Countries in an Increasingly Liberalized Trading Environment: The Case of Jamaica, presented at the 10/2004, School of Management, Boston University, 2004.
L. A. Barclay, The Competitiveness of Local Manufacturing Firms of Small, Less-Developed Countries in an Increasingly Liberalized Trading Environment: The Case of Jamaica, in In Transformations in Global Governance: Implications for Multinationals Other Stakeholders, S. Vachani Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2006, pp. 238-286.
L. A. Barclay, The Competitiveness of Trinidadian Manufacturing Firms in an Increasingly Liberalised Trading Environment, Journal of Eastern Caribbean studies, vol. 30, pp. 41-74, 2005.
L. A. Barclay, Can Locally Owned Manufacturing Firms of Small Developing Countries Compete in a Liberalised Trading Environment?, in In Multinationals in the Peripher, R. Narula and Benito, G. London: Palgrave and Macmillan, 2007.
L. A. Barclay, Creating an Institutional Environment for FDI-facilitated Development: The Case of the Jamaican Bauxite Industry, European Journal of Development Research, vol. 22, pp. 154–174, 2010.
L. A. Barclay, Creating an Institutional Environment for FDI-facilitated Development: The Case of the Jamaican Bauxite Industry, European Journal of Development Research, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 153-174, 2010.
L. A. Barclay, The Competitiveness of Local Manufacturing Firms of Small, Less-Developed Countries in an Increasingly Liberalized Trading Environment: The Case of Jamaica, presented at the 10/2004, School of Management, Boston University, 2004.
L. A. Barclay, The Competitiveness of Trinidadian Manufacturing Firms in an Increasingly Liberalised Trading Environment, Journal of Eastern Caribbean studies, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 41-74, 2005.
T. Bewaji, Burke, B., Eze, E. C., and Johnson, R., The clash of the titans, US and India. , in Academy of Business Research (ABR) , Grand Palladium Hotel, Lucea, 2013.
O. Burke, Community innovation centre: The impact of developing an incubator for community social enterprise, Mona Social Services (MSS) UWI Township Reasonings Sessions . 2015.
O. Burke, Community tourism: Bringing light to culture in inner-city communities, the Mona Social Services (MSS) UWI Township Reasonings Sessions. The UWI Research Days, 2015.
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N. Cowell, The challenge of business education in the 21st century: An experiment in peer teaching, Mona School of Business and Management, UWI, Jamaica, in MSBM Business Management Conference, Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort Jamaica, Montego Bay, 2015.
N. Cowell, The (Caribbean) journey to world-class HR - An executive exchange., the 34th Annual Conference of the Human Resource Management Association of Jamaica (HRMAJ. Knutsford Court Hotel, 2014.
A. P. Crick, Complaining behaviour in Jamaican Millennials, in Mona School of Business & Management Conference, Montego Bay, 2015.
A. P. Crick, Creating a Culture of Engagement: HR strategies in Caribbean Hotels, in Work, Employment and Society Conference, Aberdeen, Scotland, 2007.
A. P. Crick, A competitive analytical approach to Health Tourism in Jamaica., SES Special Edition on Managing Health Care in Jamaica., vol. 51, pp. 27-39, 2002.
A. P. Crick, A competitive analytical approach to Health Tourism in Jamaica., SES Special Edition on Managing Health Care in Jamaica., vol. 51, no. 3, pp. 27-39, 2002.
A. Crick, Create your cultural DNA and make amazing service experiences. 2016.
A. P. Crick, Roberts, S. (Ed.), Best, M., and Cameron, A., Contemporary Caribbean Tourism: Concepts and Cases, in Contemporary Caribbean Tourism, 2014.
A. P. Crick, Customer Service: Building Emotional Capital., in HRMAJ Annual Conference, 2005.
A. P. Crick, Concepts vs. Packages: Unravelling the Jamaican All-inclusive, in University of Technology Business Hospitality & Tourism Conference, Kingston, Jamaica, 2009.

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