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L. A. Barclay, W. Arthur Lewis, relevant as ever in his Centenary Year: Illustrations from Caribbean research. , The UWI Museum The Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social Economic Studies (SALISES) . The UWI Regional Headquarters Lobby, 2015.
L. A. Barclay, W. Arthur Lewis, relevant as ever in his Centenary Year: Illustrations from Caribbean research., The UWI Museum &The Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social & Economic Studies (SALISES). The UWI Regional Headquarters Lobby, 2015.
I. D. Minto-Coy, Water Diplomacy” Effecting Bilateral Partnerships for the Exploration and Mobilization of Water for Development, in Integrated Water Resources Management and the Challenges of Sustainable Development, Paris: UNESCO, 2012.
K. Chionesu, What Is An Economy For?, in Ethical Perspectives for Caribbean Business, N. Cowell, Campbell, A., Chen, G., and Moore, S. Arawak publications; 1st edition (September 21, 2007), 2007.
S. Thompson, When the Opportunistic Adoption of Internet Technologies by Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Segues into Strategic Use: Cases from a Developing Country Context, in Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems., Chicago, US., 2013.
S. Thompson, When the Opportunistic Adoption of Internet Technologies by Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Segues into Strategic Use: Cases from a Developing Country Context, in Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems. , Chicago, US., 2013.
S. Thompson, When the Opportunistic Adoption of Internet Technologies by Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Segues into Strategic Use: Cases from a Developing Country Context, in Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems. , Chicago, US., 2013.
A. P. Crick, Where the Model Fails: An Analysis of a Food Tour Start Up in Jamaica, in CHRIE Conference, San Diego, 2014.
H. Roberston-Hickling, White squall on the land: Narratives of resilient Caribbean people Kingston. Carimensa Press, Hope Road Publishers, 2011, p. 120.
H. Roberston-Hickling, White squall on the land: Narratives of resilient Caribbean people., MSBM Brown-Bag Research Seminar. 2014.
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.
D. A. Williams, Why should I attend Graduate School. 2015.
M. McNaughton, Will the emergence of big data accelerate the demise of the scientific method as we know it?. 2016.
TPM., Women and Girls in ICTs: A Supplement commemorating World Telecommunications and Information Society Day., Jamaica Observer, 2012.
TPM., Women and Girls in ICTs: A Supplement commemorating World Telecommunications and Information Society Day., Jamaica Observer, 2012.
TPM., Women and Girls in ICTs: A Supplement commemorating World Telecommunications and Information Society Day., Jamaica Observer, 2012.
O. Burke, Women and the nutritional status of their children (Kitchen Garden Project, Mona Social Services (MSS) UWI Township Reasonings Sessions. The UWI Research Days, 2015.
L. Dunn and Brown, A., Women at the music margin: Investigating gender-related impediments to success in Jamaica music industry. , in MSBM Business Management Conference, Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort Jamaica, Montego Bay, 2015.
L. Dunn and Brown, A., Women at the music margin: Investigating gender-related impediments to success in Jamaica music industry., in MSBM Business & Management Conference, Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort Jamaica, Montego Bay, 2015.
L. Dunn and Dunn, H., Women’s rights, gender and ICTs: Empowering household workers in Jamaica, in Women Rights Gender and ICTs, Women Rights Gender and ICTs: Global Information Society Watch 2013, pp. pp. 54-58., 2013.
L. Dunn and Dunn, H., Women's rights, gender and ICTs: Empowering household workers in Jamaica, in Women Rights Gender and ICTs, Women Rights Gender and ICTs: Global Information Society Watch 2013. pp. pp. 54-58. , 2013.
L. Dunn and Dunn, H., Women's rights, gender and ICTs: Empowering household workers in Jamaica, in Women Rights Gender and ICTs, Women Rights Gender and ICTs: Global Information Society Watch 2013. pp. pp. 54-58. , 2013.
N. Cowell, Is Work a Four-letter Word? Work Attitudes and the Myth of the Lazy Jamaican Workers, Social and Economic Studies, vol. 53, pp. 1-29, 2004.
M. McLeod, Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, 2020.
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