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Title The Caribbean [electronic resource] : from vulnerability to sustained growth / edited by Ratna Sahay, David O. Robinson, and Paul Cashin.

Published Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, c2006.


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Physical description xi, 348 p. : ill.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Overview / Ratna Sahay, David O. Robinson, and Paul Cashin -- Stabilization, debt, and fiscal policy in the Caribbean / Ratna Sahay -- Fiscal policy: is the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union a free-riding paradise? / Rupa Duttagupta and Guillermo Tolosa -- Key features of Caribbean business cycles / Paul Cashin -- Islands of stability? Determinants of macroeconomic volatility in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union / Tobias Rasmussen and Guillermo Tolosa -- Eastern Caribbean Currency Union banking system in a time of fiscal challenge / Jingqing Chai -- Natural disasters and their macroeconomic implications / Tobias Rasmussen -- Government responses to natural disasters in the Caribbean / Paul Cashin and Pawel Dyczewski -- Emigration and brain drain from the Caribbean / Prachi Mishra -- Tax concessions and foreign direct investment in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union / Jingqing Chai and Rishi Goyal -- Eastern Caribbean tourism: developments and outlook / Ruby Randall -- Integration and growth in the Eastern Caribbean / Montfort Mlachila, Wendell Samuel, and Patrick Njoroge.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Other author Sahay, Ratna.
Robinson, David O.
Cashin, Paul.
International Monetary Fund.
ProQuest (Firm)
Subject Eastern Caribbean Currency Union.
Fiscal policy -- Caribbean Area.
Business cycles -- Caribbean Area.
Natural disasters -- Economic aspects -- Caribbean Area.
Tourism -- Caribbean Area.
Brain drain -- Caribbean Area.
Caribbean Area -- Economic conditions.
Electronic books.
ISBN 158906514X