Governance in the Twenty-first-century university: Approaches to effective leadership and strategic management: ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report

The development of a sustainable tourism sector in the Caribbean

Concept paper for the development of a CARICOM strategic plan for tertiary education services in the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME)

The Informal Sector, Micro, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and Job Creation in the Caribbean

A Strategic Approach to the Development of a Sustainable Tourism Industry Across the Countries of the Association of Caribbean States

The regional university model–Does it still stand? A perspective from the University of the West Indies

Governance in the twenty-first century university: Competing perspectives and expectations

The University of the West Indies: Regional tertiary education in the English-speaking Caribbean

Southern Elements in Ellison’s Invisible Man

VS Naipaul Revisited: Ethnicity, Marginality and the Triumph of Individual Will

Dutch disease and deja vu: policy advice for the Trinidad and Tobago Economy in the wake of a second oil boom

Small and Medium sized Enterprises in the Caribbean

Funding Tertiary level education: An Evaluation of the Economic Sustainability and Performance of the Dollar for Dollar (DFD) Programme in Trinidad and Tobago

Governance in the Twenty-First-Century University: Approaches to Effective Leadership and Strategic Management. ERIC Digest

A House for Mr. Biswas Revisted: Ethnicity, Culture, Geography and Beyond

Toward a new Caribbean manager: Caribbean management education and training

‘Resource Curse’and Funding Tertiary Level Education (TLE) in a Small Oil Rich Economy: Inflated Policy Errors.

Globalization, increased FDI flows and Wage Inequality in a Small Petroleum Rich Economy

“Options and Strategies for CARICOM in the Area of Governance for Caribbean Regional Integration”

Which Globalization?: Opening Spaces for Civic Engagement

A Comparative Study of Ethnicity in the Novels of Saul Bellow and VS Naipaul: A Thesis in Comparative Literature

Caribbean Manager: Caribbean Management Education and Training

Interview with VS Naipaul: Writer and Critical Thinker

Dutch Disease and Deja Vu: Policy Advice for the T & T Economy in the Wake of a Second Oil Boom

Inaugural Speech: Induction of the Campus Principal & Pro Vice-chancellor, Bhoendradatt Tewarie, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus

VS Naipaul: Nobel Laureate for Literature, 2001: Call and Response

Toward a New

The International Business Environment and its Implications for Caribbean Business Organizations

A Comparative Study of Ethnicity in the Novels of Saul bellow and V.S. Naipaul (Trinidad and Tobago)

Cocoa Research Advisory Committee

Campus Newspaper Correspondents

Thinking through sustainable funding

Trade investment and development in the contemporary Caribbean

Small and medium sized enterprises in the Caribbean

A strategic approach to the development of a sustainable tourism industry across the countries of the Association of Caribbean States

Which globalization?:Open spaces for civic engagement

The informal sector, micro, small and meduim-sized enterprises and job creation in the Caribbean

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