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1 CARISPLAN Abstracts N o R é s u m é s R e s ú m e n e s Econom ie C om m ision fo r Latin A m erica and th e Caribbean Subregional H eadquarters fo r th e Caribbean Port-of-Spain UNITED NATIONS

2 LC/CAR/G347 December 1991 (O riginal E nglish)

3 No. 22. CARISPLAN ABSTRACTS 1991 TABLE DE MATIERES / TABLA DE MATERIAS C A T E G O R IE S D E V S IS / C A T E G O R IA S D E V S IS IN T R O D U C T IO N /IN T R O D U C C IO N C A R IS P L A N In fo rm a tio n F lo w P O IN TS D E M IR E N A T IO N A L D E C A R IS P L A N / P U N T O S F O C A L E S D E C A R IS P L A N A B B R E V IA T IO N S / A B B R E V IA T U R A S v ii v iii Mv xv xvii F A IT S,T E N D A N C E S E T A N A L Y S E S / H E C H O S,T E N D E N C IA S Y A N A L IS IS 1 A IO A20 A35 Données et inform ations de base: nationales et internationales / Inform ación y datos básicos: nacionales e internacionales 1 Extrapolation et prévisions: nationales et internationales / Extrapolaciones y pronósticos: nacionales e internacionales 23 Situations existantes: sous nationales / Situaciones existentes: sub nacionales 23 R E C O M M A N D A T IO N S P O U R LES PRISES D E D E C IS IO N / PR E S C R IP C IO N ES P A R A A D O P T A R D E C IS IO N E S 39 BIO Recommandations concernant des actions ou des politiques du développement: internationales et national / Prescripciones para políticas o acciones de desarrollo: internacionales y nacionales 39 B15 Recommandations concernant des actions ou des politiques du développement: sous-nationales / Prescripciones para políticas o acciones de desarrollo: subnacionales 46 P O L IT IQ U E S, P L A N S, P R O G R A M M E S E T D IS P O S IT IO N S O F F IC IE L L E S / P O L IT IC A S, P L A N E S, P R O G R A M A S Y A R R E G L O S O F IC IA L E S 46 CIO C15 Déclarations officielles relatives à la politique du développement / Declaraciones oficiales de política de desarrollo 46 Commentaires relatifs auxactivités et auxpolitiques officielles / Comentarios sobre políticas y actividades oficiales 47 C20 Plans de développement / Planes de desarrollo 50 C25 Commentaires relatifs auxplans de développement / Comentarios sobre los planes de desarrollo 50 C45 Commentaires relatifs aux dispositions nationales: adm inistratives, financières et légales / Comentarios sobre arreglos nacionales: jurídicos, financieros y adm inistrativos 51 A C T IO N S D E D E V E L O P P E M E N T : E X P E R IE N C E S P R A T IQ U E S / A C C IO N E S P A R A D E S A R R O L L O : E X P E R IE N C IA C O N LA S O P E R A C IO N E S 51 D40 Expériences pratiques (projets spécifiques) / Experiencia con las operaciones (proyectos específicos) 51 C O N S E Q U E N C E S E T E V A L U A T IO N S / C O N S E C U E N C IA S Y E V A L U A C IO N E S 52 ElO Conséquences: internationales et nationales / Im pacto: internacional y nacional 52 E30 Evaluations / Evaluaciones 52 RESSO U R C ES E T M O Y E N S P O U R L E D E V E L O P P E M E N T /R E CURSO S E IN S T R U M E N T O S P A R A E L D E S A R R O L L O 52 FIO Recherches / Investigaciones 52

4 F20 Inform ation / Inform ación 53 F30 M ain-d'oeuvre, fonds et m atières prem ières: internationaux et nationaux/ Expertos, fondos y materiales: internacionales y nacionales 53 F50 M odèles, m éthodologies, techniques et outils / M odelos, m etodologías, técnicas e instrum entos 54 L'IN D EX D ES M A T IE R E S 55 INDICE TEM A TIC O 95 L IN D EX G E O G R A P H IQ U E 135 IN D IC E G E O G R A F IC O 141 L 'IN D EX D ES A U T E U R S / IN D IC E D E A U T O R E S 147 L'IN D EX D ES C O N FE R E N C E S / IN D IC E D E C O N FE R E N C IA S 159 L IN D EX D ES SY M B O LES / IN D IC E D E SIM B O LO S 161

5 CATEGORIES DEVSIS CATEGORIAS DEVSIS FA ITS, TENDANCES E T ANALYSES H E C H O S, TENDENCIAS Y ANALISIS A rreglos jurídicos, financieros y adm inistrativios: nacionales y subnacionales AIO A15 D onnées et inform ations de base: nationales et internationales Inform ación y datos básicos: nacionales e internacionales D onnées et inform ations de base: sous-nationales Inform ación y datos básicos: subnacionales C45 C om m entaires relatifs aux dispositions nationales: adm inistratives, financières et légales C om entarios sobre arreglos nacionales: jurídicos, financieros y administrativos A20 A25 A 30 A35 E xtrapolations et prévisions: nationales et internationales Extrapolaciones y pronósticos: nacionales e internacionales E xtrapolations et prévisions: sous-nationales Extrapolaciones y pronósticos: subnacionales Situations existantes: internationales et nationales Situaciones existentes: internacionales y nacionales Situations existantes: sous-nationales Situaciones existentes: subnacionales ACTIONS D E D E V ELO PPEM EN T : E X PE R IE N C E S PRATIQ UES ACCIONES PARA DESA RROLLO : EX PERIEN CIA CON LAS OPERA CIO N ES DIO D20 D 30 E tudes d'activités de développem ent spécifiques Estudios de proyectos específicos Ressources pour le développem ent (projets spécifiques) R ecursos para el desarrollo (proyectos específicos) A nnonces et descriptions de nouveaux projets A nuncios y descripciones de nuevos proyectos RECOM M ANDATIONS PO U R LES P R ISES D E D ECISIO N PR E S C IR P C IO N E S PARA ADOPTAR D ECISIO N ES D40 Experiences pratiques (projets spécifiques) Experiencia con las operaciones (proyectos específicos) BIO R eco m m a n d atio n s concern an t des actio n s ou des p o litiq u es du développem ent: internationales et nationales Prescripciones para políticas o acciones de desarrollo: internacionales y nacionales D 50 Expériences pratiques (générales) Experiencia con las operaciones (generales) B15 R eco m m a n d atio n s co n cern an t d es actio n s ou d es p o litiq u e s du développem ent: sous-nationales Prescripciones para políticas o acciones de desarrollo: subnacionales CO N SEQ U EN C ES E T EVALUATIONS CONSECUENCIAS Y EVALUACIONES EIO C onséquences: internationales et nationales Im pacto: internacional y nacional PO L IT IQ U E S, PLANS, PRO G R A M ES ET D ISPO SIT IO N S O FFIC IE LL E S PO LITICAS, PLANES, PROGRAMAS Y ARREGLOS OFICIALES E20 C onséquences: sous-nationales Im pacto: subnacional CIO D éclarations officielles relatives à la politique de développem ent Declaraciones oficiales de política de desarrollo E30 Evaluations Evaluaciones C15 C20 C25 C30 C35 C40 C om m entaires relatifs auxactivités et auxpolitiques officielles Com entarios sobre políticas y actividades oficiales Plans de développem ent Planes de desarrollo C om m entaires relatifs au x p lan s de développem ent Com entarios sobre los planes de desarrollo D ispositions adm inistratives, financières et légales: internationales A rreglos jurídicos, financieros y adm inistrativos: internacionales Com m entaires relatifs aux dispositions internationales: adm inistratives, financières et légales C om entarios sobre arreglos internacionales: jurídicos, financieros y adm inistrativos D ispositions adm inistratives, financières et légales: nationales et sousnationales R ESSO U R C ES ET M O Y EN S P O U R LE D EV ELO PPEM EN T RECU R SO S E IN STRU M EN TO S PARA E L DESA RROLLO FIO F20 F30 F40 F50 R echerches Investigaciones Inform ation Inform ación M ain-d'oeuvre, fonds et m atières prem ières: internationaux et nationaux Expertos, fondos y m ateriales: internacionales y nacionales M ain-d'oeuvre, fonds et m atières prem ières: sous-nationaux Expertos, fondos y m ateriales: subnacionales M odèles, m éthodologies, techniques et outils M odelos, m etodologías, técnicas e instrum entos

6 IN T R O D U C T IO N P rélim inaire Le Système d'inform ation des C araïbes p o u r la planification économ ique et sociale (C A R ISPLA N ) a été établi en 1979 p a r le C entre de D ocum entation des C araïbes de la C E P A L C en réponse è un m andat des gouvernem ents m em bres du C om ité C araïbéen de D éveloppem ent et de C oopération (C D C C ). C 'est le prem ier réseau sectoriel a être établi à l'intérieur du Système d'inform ation des Caraïbes. La prem ière réunion des officiels de la planification C araïbéenne qui s'est déroulée à la H avane en janvier 1979 a décidé de renforcer le C entre de D ocum entation des C araïbes dans ses efforts pour établir le C A R ISPL A N et de relier le Système à l'in F O P L A N, (le Systèm e d'inform ation p o u r la planification en am érique latin e), développé p ar le C entre latino-am éricain de la C E P A L C p o u r la D ocum entation E conom ique et Sociale (C L A D E S ). L 'objectif du C A R ISPLA N est de faciliter le développem ent des C araïbes et les activités de coopération, de fournir u n service d'inform ation approprié et à jo u r auxdirigants politiques, planificateurs de projets de développem ent socio-econom iques, adm inistrateurs de tels p ro jets et program m es, chercheurs et professeurs de la planification du développem ent, financiers qui apporten t les ressources et l'assistance technique, com m unícateurs d'inform ation à propos de ces program m es, personnel d'inform ation et de bibliothèques. Le C A R ISPLA N réprésen te l'effort d'une coopération entre les pays des C araïbes. L es unités d'inform ation des agences de la planification nationale (ou unités designées p a r elles) tiennent lieu de point de m ire. C 'est la responsabilité du point de m ire national d'identifier et de rassem bler la docum entation nationale appropriée au champ d'activités du réseau, de prép arer les résum és bibliographiques et analytiques selon des norm es établies, de rép erto rier et classer les docum ents en vue d'une récupération facile. Le C entre de D ocum entation des C araïbes est responsable de la p rép aratio n des registres bibliographiques des docum ents p roduits par la C E P A L C et des docum ents concernant les études sur les C araïbes en général. L es agences caraïbéennes d'intégration et les institutions spécialisées dans les problèm es des C araïbes et les agences internationales qui o p èren t d an s les pays du C D C C, doivent participer au Système en fournissant des rapports bibliographiques concernant les inform ations qu'elles produisent p ou r elles-m êm e. Les docum ents bibliographiques de tous les centres participants sont envoyés au C entre de D ocum entation des C araïbes p o u r inclusion dans la base régionale des données. Les articles p o u r Les S om m aires du CARISPLAN sont sélectionnés. U ne copie vidéo est p rép arée, utilisant les facilités de l'ord in ateu r du C entre et le logiciel M IN ISIS. Le C entre de D ocum entation des C araïbes a reçu une aide financière du C entre International du D éveloppem ent de la R echerche (C R D I) p our lui perm ettre de fournir des services de form ation et de conseils qui garantiront la participation active des C entres nationauxet de produire Les S om m aires du CARISPLAN. Les S om m aires du CARISPLAN c'est une publication sem estrielle de résum é déstinee a diffuser de l'inform ation bibliographique sur la docum entation de la planification et du développem ent des C araïbes telle qu'elle est fournie p ar les C entres participants. C ette publication aide l'utilisateur à identifier la docum entation existante et à estim er la valeur de la docum entation disponible et son rapport avec le dom aine d 'in térêt de l'intéressé. Il aide, en outre, l'utilisateur à com prendre la situation présente et les tendances du développem ent socio-économ ique des C araïbes et leu r im plication p o u r le futur. Il perm et un inventaire beaucoup plus large des ressources disponibles à n'im porte laquelle des com posantes d'inform ation dans le Systèm e. Le C entre de D ocum entation des C araïbes fournit un service gratuit de mise à disposition de docum ents (photocopies ou m icrofiches) aux institutions gouvernem entales des Caraïbes et aux organisations regionales. Lim ites Les limites du jo u rn al sont élastiques vu que la planification est orientée vers une mission et qu'elle concerne to u s les secteurs de l'activité économ ique et sociale. Les publications sont incluses si elles fournissent des inform ations utiles aux dom aines prioritaires définis p a r le C D C C p o u r les activités du développem ent et de la coopération. Les C entres nationaux participants présentent la docum entation nationale qu'ils considèrent utile &l'avancem ent du développem ent socio-econom ique de leurs pays. Inclus dans le Système sont les périodiques, livres et docum ents non-conventionnels m oins largem ent diffusés, tels que rap p o rts, docum ents de conférence, études de faisabilité, etc., qui touchent à l'activité de la planification dans les C araïbes. U n accent spécial est mis sur ce d ern ier aspect, vu que ces docum ents non publiés ne sont pas disponibles dans le com m erce et qu'ils o n t, bien souvent, de la valeur pour les au tres utilisateurs du systèm e. La période de couverture com m ence à p artir de 1970 avec priorité donnée au m atériel le plus courant. P our le m om ent, le Système se lim ite h des docum ents écrits en anglais, espagnol, français ou hollandais, les q uatre langues officielles des E ta ts m em bres du C D CC. Les C entres participants p réparent des feuilles de données p o u r leur docum entation nationale avec des résum és des docum ents écrits dans la langue de leur pays. Les Som m aires du CARISPLAN est structuré p our capter les docum ents produits par son audience-cible et les docum ents des C araïbes susceptibles d 'être utilisés dans le cours des activités de planification et développem ent. U ne telle inform ation de base est d'ab o rd p roduite p a r ou p o u r les bureaux nationaux de la statistique, les banques centrales, les m inistères qui fournissent aux planificateurs les données sectorielles nécessaires, les b u reau x d épartem en tau x d e la planification, les universités et les instituts de recherche et quelques organisations privées. E ta n t donné que le Système fonctionne en vue du contrôle de la docum entation au niveau institutionnel, on pense que Les S om m aires du CARISPLAN va rep ré sen ter une couverture assez com plete du type de docum entation qu'il a l'am bition de rassem bler. D ispositions des S om m aires du CARISPLAN Il y a plusieurs façons de retrouver du m atériel dans les Som m aires - p ar les résum és, l'index (en anglais, espagnol ou français), l'index géographique (en anglais, espagnol et français), l'index des auteurs (individuels ou associés), l'index conférence et l'index symbole.

7 L es principauxarticles qui aparaissent dans le som m aire sont p réparés selon des règles définies dans le M anuel CARISPLAN des P rocédures d indexation, M anuel S o m m aire du CARISPLAN M a n u el CARISPLAN p o u r l u tilisatio n d e là fiche b ib lio g rap h iq u el. L 'article échantillon indique les élém ents dans le form at de la fiche. Les fiches sont disposées selon les catégories D EV SIS2. B eaucoup d'utilisateurs du C A R ISPL A N auront besoin de m ieux com prendre la situation actuelle et les tendances économ iques et sociales p o u r lesquelles ils pren n en t des décisions et établissent des plans. Le dossier bibliographique est donc disposé p o u r faciliter l'identification et l'obtention de l'inform ation de base sur les situations courantes et leurs extrapolations dans le futur. D e plus, beaucoup d'utilisateurs dem anderont à avoir accès à l'inform ation sur les program m es et les projets etroitem ent en rap p o rt avec ceux sur lesquels ils travaillent en vue de pouvoir bénéficier de l'expérience des autres et effectuer une coordination des effo rts. Les S o m m aires du CARISPLAN est donc agencée pour assurer une identification rapide du m atériel sur plans, program m es et projets. C eux qui souhaitent une inform ation de base som m aire sur les principales tendances dans la théorie du développem ent peuvent facilem ent localiser cette inform ation et les autres sources à p artir desquelles elle peut être obtenue. 1 T raduction m odifiée du M a n u e l,d O C P A L,n o.2 2 C R D I. Equipe d 'E tu d es D E V SIS. Plan prélim inaire d 'un système d'inform ation prélim inaire p o u r les sciences du développem ent. O ttaw a, 1976

8 X Ce numéro des Sommaires du CARISPLAN se présente en deux sections: MODE D'EMPLOI la prem ière section com prend: les résum és des docum ents analysés (voir les form ats d'entrée &l'interieur de la prem ière couverture); la deuxième section contient les indices nécessaires pour faire des recherches m anuelles sur l'inform ation contenue dans chaque publication. Les articles sont disposés p a r catégories D EV SIS, et à l'intérieur de chaque catégorie, par le code du pays principal trait dans le docum ent. Les classifications D EV SIS font partie d 'un système de classification de l'inform ation sur la base des nom breuses phases de la m éthode de planification du développem ent socio-économ ique. La liste com plète des classifications précède la section des résum és. E n plus de ce système de codes m entionné ci-dessus, des dispositions sont aussi prises pour le nom de l'institution qui peu t fournir ces docum ents. L es codes du pays, les nom s correspondant en en tier et les abréviations utilisées dans le résum é figurent à l'in térieu r de la dernière page de la couverture. Chacun des indices est structuré de telle sorte qu'il puisse aider et guider l'utilisateur dans le récupération m anuel de l'inform ation. C 'est pourquoi les titres des docum ents, leur année de publication et les descripteurs qui leur sont attribués (quels que soient les indices m atières ou zones géographiques) sont inclus dans l'index m atière, l'index géographique et l'indexdes auteurs. Index matière L 'indexpar m atière est presenté en anglais, espagnol et français. D isposé en ordre alphabétique des descripteurs: anglais, espagnol ou français, selon l'index; suivi du code géographique ou de la région correspondante au docum ent et à son titre. Il com prend le num éro de l'article avec l'annee de publication entre parenthèses. Index géographique L 'indexgéographique est presenté en anglais, espagnol et français. D isposé en ordre alphabétique selon les nom s anglais, espagnol ou français des pays, selon l'index, suivi du titre du docum ent. Il com prend aussi le num éro de l'article, son année de publication en tre p arenthèses et la m ention des autres pays traités dans la publication. Index des auteurs D isposé en ordre alphabétique p ar auteurs, soit individuels soit associés, suivis des titres du docum ent p ar ord re alphabétique. Il com prend aussi le num éro de l'article et l'année de la publication entre parenthèses. Index des conférences Presenté par ordre alphabétique des conférences, sém inaires, cours, etc... suivis du lieu et de la date de chaque événem ent avec ie num éro de ( article correspondant. Index des symboles Dispositions alphabétiques des lettres et num éros identifiant le docum ent suivi des num éros des articles correspondants.

9 IN T R O D U C C IO N A ntecedentes El Sistem a de Inform ación del C aribe para la Planificación Económ ica y Social (C A R ISPLA N ) fue form ado en 1979 p o r el C entro de D ocum entación del C aribe d éla Com isión Económ ica para A m érica Latina y el C aribe (C E P A L ), respondiendo a un m andato proveniente de los gobiernos m iem bros del Comité de D esarrollo y C ooperación del C aribe (C D C C ). C A R ISPLA N es la prim era red sectorial que se establece en el contexto del Sistem a de Inform ación del C aribe. La P rim era R eunión de Funcionarios de Planificación del C aribe, organizada en La H abana en enero de 1979,resolvió fortalecer el C entro de Docum entación del Caribe en lo que respecta al establecim iento de C A R ISPLA N y vincular el sistem a con IN FO PLA N, el Sistem a de Inform ación para la Planificación en Am érica L atina, desarrollado p o r el C entro Latinoam ericano de D ocum entación Económ ica y Social (C L A D E S) que pertenece a C E P A L. El objetivo de CA R ISPLA N es el de apoyar las actividades de desarrollo y cooperación del C aribe, y de proporcionar u n servicio de inform ación relevante y actualizada a los foncionarios de gobierno, planificadores de proyectos y program as de desarrollo económ ico, adm inistradores de tales proyectos y program as, investigadores y profesores de planificación del desarrollo, financistas que proporcionan recursos y asistencia técnica, difusores de inform ación acerca de estos program as, y personal de bibliotecas y centros de inform ación. C A R ISPL A N es un esfuerzo de cooperación de los paises del C aribe. Las unidades de inform ación de las agencias nacionales de planificación (o aquellas unidades designadas p o r estas últim as) constituyen los puntos focales. El punto focal nacional es responsable de la identificación y recolección de la literatura nacional relevante al alcance de la red de inform ación, la preparación de bibliografías y resúm enes analíticos de acuerdo a norm as previam ente establecida, asignación de descriptores de índices, y la organización de docum entos para su búsqueda máseiqpedita. El C entro de D ocum entación del C aribe es responsable p o r la preparación de archivos bibliográficos de docum entos producidos p o r C E P A L, y otro s docum entos relacionados con estudios sobre el Caribe en general. Se espera que participen en el Sistem a las agencias de integración del C aribe y algunos o tro s organism os subregionales, tales com o: C A R IC O M, C D B, ECCM, los institutos de investigación especializados en problem as del C aribe, y las agencias internacionales que o peran en los paises del CDCC. Tam bién se espera que estas instituciones contribuyan con insum os de registros bibliográficos relacionados con la inform ación producida por ellos mismos. Los registros bibliográficos de todos los centros participantes son enviados al C entro de D ocum entación del C aribe para su inclusión en la base regional de datos. Se selecciona el m aterial para el CARISPLAN A bstracts; un ejem plar del m ism o se prepara para la im prenta m ediante las com putadoras y el software de M INISIS de los que dispone el C entro. El C entro de D ocum entación del C aribe recibió ayuda financiera del C entro Internacional de Investigación del D esarrollo (ID R C ) que le perm itió proporcionar entrenam iento y servicios de asesoriá que perm itirán asegurar la participación activa de los centros nacionales, así com o tam bién, la publicación del CARISPLAN Abstracts. El CARISPLAN A bstracts es una publicación de resúm enes bibliográficos sem estral diseñada para disem inar inform ación bibliográfica acerca de la planificación en el Caribe y literatura sobre el desarrollo, que son proporcionadas por los centros participantes. La publicación ayuda al usuario a identificar los docum entos existentes ya evaluar la literatura disponible y su relevancia con respecto a su área de interés. A ún m ás, ayuda al usuario a en ten d erei estado actual y las tendencias del desarrollo socioeconóm ico del Caribe y las im plicaciones de dichas tendencias para el fu tu ro. P o n e a d isp o sa c id e todos cualquiera un rango m ucho m ás am plio de recursos de los com ponentes de inform ación del Sistem a. El C entro de D ocum entación del C aribe proporciona un servicio gratis de entrega de docum entos (fotocopias o microfichas) a instituciones de gobierno del Caribe y a organizaciones regionales. A lcance El alcance del CARISPLAN A bstracts es flexible, puesto que la planificación ésta orientada a tareas específicas y cubre todos los sectores de actividad económ ica y social. Se incluyen las publicaciones que proporcionan inform ación relacionada con las tareas p rioritarias que han sido identificadas p o r el C D C C para las actividades de cooperación y desarrollo. Los centros nacionales que participan incorporan la literatura que ellos consideran relevante para el proceso de desarrollo económ ico y social de sus respectivos países. Se incluyen en el Sistem a otras publicaciones que están relacionadas con la actividad de planificación en el C aribe, tales com o: publicaciones periódicas, libros y m aterial no-convencional, m aterial de distribución m enos am plia, inform es, docum entos de conferencias, estudios de factibilidad, etc. Se ha puesto un énfasis especial en estos últim os, puesto que son docum entos que no se publican ni se encuentran disponibles en el m ercado pero que a m enudo son de utilidad para otros usuarios del Sistem a. C ubre el período a p artir de 1970 hasta el presente, dándosele prioridad al m aterial m ás reciente. T am bién puede ser incluida literatura anterior de im portancia especial. P o r el m om ento, el Sistem a está restringido a docum entos escritos en inglés, español, francés y holandés, que son los cuatro idiom as oficiales de los estados m iem bros del C D C C. Los centros que participan prep aran las hojas de insum os para su literatura nacional con resúm enes de los docum entos escritos en el idiom a de su respectivo país. E l CARISPLAN A bstracts se estructura de m anera tal que abarca los docum entos que se originan en la com unidad a la cual se dirigen, así com o tam bién, los docum entos del C aribe que con m ayor probabilidad serán usados en el curso de las actividades de planificación y desarrollo. Dicha inform ación de apoyo es producida, fundam entalm ente, p o r o para oficinas nacionales de estadísticas, bancos centrales, y m inisterios que proporcionan la inform ación sectorial necesaria a los planificadores, oficinas departam entales de planificación, universidades, institutos de investigación y algunas organizaciones privadas. Puesto que el Sistem a esta orientado hacia el control de la literatura al nivel institucional,se espera que el CARISPLAN A bstracts tenga una cobertura m aso m enos com pleta del tipo de literatura que aspira englobar.

10 Organización del CARISPLAN Abstracts Existen varios enfoques para la búsqueda de m aterial en el CARISPLAN A bstracts. E stos son: los R esúm enes, el Indice T em ático (en inglés, español y francés), el Indice G eográfico (en inglés, español y francés), el Indice de A utores (Personales e Institucionales), el Indice de C onferencias y el Indice de Símbolos. Los ingresos principales que aparecen en los Resúm enes son preparados de acuerdo con las reglas que se presentan en los siguientes docum entos: M anual de Procedim iento de Indización de CARISPLAN, M anual de Resúm enes de CARISPLAN, y Manual para el Uso de la Tarjeta de Registro Bibliográfico de CARISPLAN3. La m uestra de ingreso indica los diferentes elem entos en el form ato del archivo. L os registros están organizados de acuerdo a las categorías D EV SIS4. La mayoría de los usuarios de C A R ISPLA N necesitarán de una m ejor com prensión del estado actual y las tendencias de las econom ías y sociedades para las cuales ellos tom an decisiones y form ulan program as y planes. El archivo bibliográfico se organiza de m anera de facilitar la identificación y extracción de inform ación básica sobre las situaciones actuales y sus extrapolaciones en el futuro. D el mismo m odo, m uchos otros usuarios buscarán inform ación acerca de program as y proyectos que se relacionan estrecham ente con aquellos en los cuales están trabajando, con el objeto de o b ten er beneficios provenientes de la experiencia de otro s, com o asim ism o hacer efectiva una m ayor cooperación de esfuerzos. Los R esúm enes de C A R ISPL A N están organizados de m anera tal que se puede obtener de form a rápida la identificación de m aterial acerca de planes, program as y proyectos de desarrollo. A quellas personas que deseen inform ación general, previam ente analizada, acerca de los aspectos principales de la teoría y práctica del desarrollo pueden localizarla facilmente y las fuentes alternativas donde puede encontrarse. 3 Traducción m odificada de la C E P A L. Sistema de Inform ación Bibliográfica: uso de hojas de trabajo (H D B y H A C ) y tarjeta de registro bibliográfico (TR B ). M anual de procedim iento no. 1, Santiago, Chile: C EPA L, 1984 (E/CEPAL/G.1224) 4 G rupo de E studio D EV SIS: diseño prelim inar de un sistem a internacional de inform ación para las ciencias del desarrollo. O ttaw a, C IID, 1976

11 INSTRUCCIONES PARA SU USO CARISPLAN Abstracts consta de dos partes: la prim era presenta los resúm enes de los docum entos analizados (véase form ato de los registros en la co ntratapa anterior); la segunda contiene los Indices correspondientes para hacer búsquedas m anuales de la inform ación presentada en cada num ero. Los registros están ordenados según las C ategorías D E V SIS, y dentro de éstas, p o r el código del país principal tra ta d o en el docum ento. Las C ategorías D EV SIS corresponden a un esquem a de clasificación según las diversas etap as del proceso de planificación del desarrollo económ ico y social (véase esquem a en la tapa posterio r de la revista). En los form atos, aparte del código antes m encionado, tam bién se incluye el nom bre de la institución donde p u eden solicitarse los docum entos. El desarrollo del nom bre de los códigos de países y las abreviaturas usadas en la revista, se encuentran en la contratapa posterior. Cada uno de los índices se estructuró a m odo de facilitar y guiar al usuario en la recuperación m anual de la inform ación. P ara ello, se incluyeron, tan to en el Indice T em ático, en el Indice G eográfico como en el Indice de A utores, los títulos de los docum entos, el año de publicación y los descriptores asignados - sean estos de m aterias o geográficos. Los índices que se incluyen en CARISPLAN A bstracts son los siguientes: Indice temático El índice tem ático se presenta en inglés, español y francés. Se organiza en orden alfabético de descriptores en inglés, español o francés, según sea el índice; seguido p o r el código geográfico correspondiente al país o región principal tratad o en el docum ento y,p o r últim o, por el título del docum ento. Incluye el núm ero del registro, el año de publicación entre paréntesis y el resto de los descriptores asignados a la publicación. Indice geográfico El índice geográfico se presenta en inglés, español y francés. Se organiza en orden alfabético de paises en inglés, español o francés, según el índice, seguido de los títulos de los docum entos. Incluye tam bién el num ero del registro, ano de publicación en tre paréntesis y los otros países tratado s en la publicación. Indice de autores O rdena alfabéticam ente los au to res,tan to personales com o institucionales, y bajo cada uno de ellos los títulos en ord en alfabético. Incluye tam bién el núm ero del registro y el año de publicación entre paréntesis. Indice de conferencias O rdena alfabéticam ente el nom bre de las conferencias, sem inarios, cursos, etc., seguido del lugar y fecha donde se realizó con el num ero del registro correspondiente. Indice de símbolos O rdenación alfabética de las letras y los núm eros que identifican al docum ento seguido de los núm eros de los registros correspondientes.

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19 AIO. F A I T S, T E N D A N C E S E T A N A L Y S E S H E C H O S, T E N D E N C I A S Y A N A L I S I S D onnées et inform ations de hase: nationales et internationales Inform ación v datos básicos: nacionales e internacionales D olm an, A ntony J. Potential contribution of m arine resources to sustainable developm ent in sm all-island developing countries. In: B eller, W., éd.; d'a yala, P., ed.; H ein, P., ed.. Sustainable developm ent and environm ental m anagem ent o f small islands. Paris: U nesco/p arthenon Publishing G ro u p, p p (M an and th e B iosphere Series). Interoceanic W orkshop on Sustainable D evelopm ent and E nvironm ental M anagem ent o f Small Islands, H um acao, N ovem ber G eneral > C D C * Examines ways in which m arine resources in small island developing countries can be used m ore effectively to enlarge the basis for sustainable develo p m e n t. P rovides guidelines for m ore positive policies in seven areas prom oting artisanal fisheries, prom otion o f m ariculture, renew able energy resources, m arine phosphatic resources, conserving areas o f high biological productivity (coral reefs, m angroves, seagrass beds) and on the basis o f the above, identifies ap propriate ways in which m arine-based potential can be exploited in integrated systems. Concludes with a call for m ore self-reliant developm ent * [ISLA N D S] [M A R IN E R E S O U R C E S ] [E C O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [E N V IR O N M E N T A L M A N A G E M E N T ] [D E V E L O P M E N T PO LIC Y ] BS B ethel, Clem ent Ju n k a n o o in th e B a h am as. In: C aribbean Q uarterly, vol. 36, no. 3/ p p G eneral > C D C Serial * T races the historical developm ent o f the J unkanoo in B aham as, which takes place twice every year, on Boxing D ay (the day after C hristm as) and New Y ear's D ay from 4 am to 9 a m.lt com prises fantastically costum ed Junkanoos dancing to traditional music o f cowbells, horns, w histles and goom buy drum s. T he discussion is divided into fo u r historical periods: ; ; ; present. D etails are given o f the developm ent o f the Junkanoo, as well as its relationship and im plications for the social, political, econom ic and cultural conditions which prevailed at various historical periods. Exam ples o f the lyrics and music o f songs perform ed during th e festival are provided.t he different rhythmic aspects o f the music such as the Hill Beat, the Fast Beat and the Slow Beat are accom panied by musical scores. Explains both, the types o f instrum ents used and the changes that have taken place in costum es over the years. [F O L K C U L T U R E ] [H ISTO RY ] [M USIC] [C H R ISTIA N ITY ] [B A H A M AS] CU E squijarrosa G arcia, A ntonio ;M o rales P ita, A ntonio E. A utoconsum o en el M INAZ. In: Econom ia y D esarrollo, vol. I l l, no. 4. La H abana: 1989.pp G eneral > C U -E C O U H C D C Serial * Se explica como en los CA I surgieron las areas dedicadas a cultivos varios que sirven para contribuir a la alim entación de los trabajadores de las areas cañeras e industriales de los com plejos. Se expone la situación de desarrollo de las producciones de autoconsum o en los u Itimos anos en el M IN A Z, logros o btenidos en la técnica, uso de la tie rra y recursos y en el perfeccionam iento de las producciones y su distribución. Se ofrecen las características de autoconsum o p ro provincias y la com posición d e los p roductos según su nivel de producción agrícola, asi com o la distribución para el consum o de trabajadores y de la población en general. Se d an a conocer d ato s de la producción e instalaciones pecuarias y se recom ienda m antener areaspara cosechar alim entos para la crianza de estos anim ales, asi com o la atención de una brigada p erm anente de producción no cañera en cada area para aten d er esta actividad. Se p ropone que la organización yco n tro l de la producción para autoconsum o en los C A I sea respaldada p o r una correcta planificación y dirección del M IN A Z. * [IN D U ST R IA A Z U C A R E R A ] [C O O P E R A T IV A S D E CO N SU M O ] [A G R O IN D Ú ST R IA ] [C O N SU M O ] [CUBA ] [T H E O R E T IC A L OR M E T H O D O L O G IC A L D O C U M E N T S] CU Aguirre Soler, Alba Base Norm ativa en la Em presa. In: Econom ía y D esarrollo, vol. 114, no. 1. La H abana: pp G eneral > C U -E C O U H C D C Serial Se tom an en este articulo las norm as y norm ativas que reflejan un nivel determ inado de eficiencia com o p u n to de referencia a p artir del cual, se pueda determ in ar el uso de recursos y m edios de producción de form a tal que se reduzcan los gastos y p o r ende los costos de producción en una em presa, ram a o u nion. Se plantea la im portancia de la base norm ativa com o instrum ento de control, planificación y regulación de la actividad productiva dentre de la em presa; com o soporte indispensable en la función de dirección,pues a partir de esta base norm ativa se elaboran los planes, se organiza el trabajo y se controla el com portam iento real del p ro d eso productivo con respecto a las norm as. Se explica la relación base norm ativa - dirección de la em presa en las tareas de planificación, control y regulación, asi com o se etqponen los vínculos en tre la base norm ativa yel sistem a de costos norm ados. Se detallan los principios de elaboración de las norm as y com o se crean y desarro lian en la em presa para elevar el nivel de eficiencia de la m ism a. * [A D M IN ISTR A C IO N D E E M PR E SA S] [N O RM A S D E PR O D U C CIO N ] [CU BA ] [TH E W O R LD ] CU Bettelheim, Judith Carnival in Cuba; anoth er chap ter in th e nationalization of culture. In: C aribbean Q uarterly, vol. 36, no. 3/ pp G eneral > C D C Serial T races the influence o f the A frican C uban on C uba's Carnival and how they survived the revolution. O utlines the Carnival in post-revolutionary Cuba from the C abildo's (a bro th erh o o d based on nation o f origin in Africa) participation in the D ia de Reyes celebration. T he cabildos were first given perm ission to perform publicly in the D ay o f Kings celebration in Each cabildo "re-enacted" an im portant national celebration behind the official saint and b an n er o f th e cab ild o.t he cabildos were pow erful organizations in C uba's pre-revolutionary society and th ey continued to grow in stature after the em ancipation o f slaves. By 1884 how ever they w ere banned from public processions and from taking p art in th e D ia de Reyes as a m easure to control th eir grow ing pow er. T hey still exerted som e influence on C uban society and celebrated in private. T oday costum ed dancers representing m em bers o f the A bakm ia society perform for C ubans and tourist alike. Q uestions whether these perform ances are authentic expressions o f ethnicity or 'folkloric propaganda.' T hey are indicators o f the new status o f the A frican Cuban in postrevolutionary society. Exam ines h o w b y the 1920s the Sum m er Carnival which was held after the sugar and coffee harvest by the slaves becam e the official Carnival o f Santiago de C uba, which is celebrated on Ju ly 2 5.In H abana from CARISPLAN Abstracts, No.22,1991 1

20 AIO. July Carnival is celebrated in honour o fth e revolution. D escribes some o f the perform ances done during the carnival celebrationsand the form that carnival took on before and after the revolution. [C U B A ] [A FRICA] [F O L K C U L T U R E ] [H ISTORY] [CUBA] CU H ernandez Balan, Raul; G otlover, V alentin M. Coeficiente de participación laboral y la estim ulación en las formas colectivas de organi del trabajo. In: Econom ia y D esarrollo, vol. I l l, no. 4. La H abana: 1989.G eneral - > C U -E C O U H Se analiza en este articulo el sistem a de estim ulación en el trabajo de las brigadas p o r sus condiciones especificas en el proceso productivo, pues se valoran los resultados de cada trab ajad o r y su salario en dependencia del trabajo eolectivocolectivo,o sea el resultado final de la brigadade producción. Se enuncia que el m étodo m as progresivo para la distribución del salario entre sus m iem bros es a traves del coeficiente de participación laboral (K PL) en el cual su base de calculo depende del tipo de producción y su tecnología, asi como del fondo de salarios con que cuenta la em presa. Se dan a conocer los indicadores y aspectos a ten er en cuenta para el calculo del K PL y para la distribución posterior del salario a la brigada. Se ilustra este m étodo con un ejem plo en el cual se ejecutan los cálculos de form a indivicual para cada m iem bro de la brigada. Se concluye espresando que el uso del K PL como form a de pago dentro de las brigadas de nuevo tipo es un sistem a progresivo que estim ula al ahorro de los recursos laborales y financieros y p o r ende favorece la eficiencia económ ica. [TR A BA JO EN E Q U IP O ] [IN C EN TIV O S SA LA R IA LES] [O R G A N I Z A C IO N D E L T R A B A JO ] [P A R T IC IP A C IO N D E LO S T R A B A JA D O R E S] [CUBA ] [TH E W O R LD ] CU M artinez C arrera, R am ón Cuba: crecim iento económico e inestabilidad externa. In: Econom ia y D esarrollo, vol. 114, no. 1. La H abana: pp G eneral > C U -E C O U H Se exponen los rasgos m as sobre salientes del crecim iento económ ico en Cuba y el papel del sector externo d entro del m ism o; en elp erio d o , p o r ser este decenio una etapa de reordenam iento de la econom ia nacional sobre todo en la industrialización y en el sector internacional se realizaron cam bios que afectaron los planes de desarrollo interno del pais. Se plantean las variables m acroeconom icas que incidieron en la econom ia cubana en torno al papel de los instrum entos analíticos que se utilizaron para analizar este periodo. Se ap o rtan cuadros rvos de la participación del com ercio exterior en la econom ia incluyendo productos prim arios; com posición del saldo m aterial externo de bienes y servicios productivos; dinám ica de las im portaciones de bienes en precios corrientes, etc. Se enuncia la necesidad de acelerar el proceso de base tecnico-m aterial del socialismo y concentrar en el desarrollo económ ico los esfuerzos fundam entales del país, lo que conform aria una estructura productiva en correspondencia con las dem andas de desarrollo de la sociedad; la profundizacion en m ateria de política com ercial externa como la de exportaciones y sustitucionde im portaciones y de im portaciones y la profundizacion de los criterios de racionalidad económ ica. [C R ECIM IEN TO E C O N O M IC O ] [M A C R O E C O N O M IA ] [CUBA] [CO M ERC IO E X T E R IO R ] [ESTA B ILIZA C IO N E C O N O M IC A ] [TH E W O R LD ] CU R am irez, E rnestina; G arcia D iaz, M anuel; D om enech Nieves, Silvia; A rias, Sonia Educación de las m asas y la capacitación de los cuadros en la obra del Che (II). In: Econom ia y D esarro llo, vol. 110, n o.3. La H abana: 1989.pp G eneral > C U -E C O U H Se aborda el tem a, continuando este articulo de los criterios del Che sobre la capacitación de los dirigentes adm inistrativos y su vinculación con la educación de los trab ajad o res, todo esto caracterizado p o r la m oral socialista de este y con una vigencia actual. Se envncia el pensam iento básico del Che sobre esta problem ática que plantea que la capacitación de los dirigentes adm inistrativos debe ser consecuente con la participación de las m asas en las tareas de dirección y p o r ende es de vital im portancia su incidencia en la educación de los trab ajad o res. Se da un lugar preponderan te al papel del Partido y del E stado en la capacitación de los cuadros de dirección por el lugar que ocupa en la sociedad, p o r lo que debe buscarse su especializacion para la realización de sus funciones concretas, preparándose para ellas antes de asum irlas y perfeccionando yactualizando sus conocim ientos m etodicam ente. Se enfatiza la im portancia de los conocim ientos técnicos com binados con los adm inistrativos y de gestion. [C A PA C IT A C IO N D E EM PR E SA R IO S] [E D U C A C IO N D E MASAS] [FO R M A C IO N P R O FE SIO N A L ] [CUBA ] CU Casanova M ontero, Alfonso Industria del níquel en Cuba. In: Econom ia y D esarrollo, vol. I l l, n o.4. La H abana: p p G eneral > C U -E C O U H Se abarca en este tem a el surgim iento y desarrollo de la industria del níquel en Cuba desde sus inicios hasta nuestros dias, detallándose en jespecial las minas de níquel del norte de la provincia de O rien te, de las cuales se explotaban hasta el triunfo de la Revolución solam ente los yacim ientos de la Bahía de Levista, cuyo producto se exportaba p o r com pleto a los E stados U nidos. Se explica el proceso tecnológico de extracción del niquel, su transportación, depósitos, secaderos, m olinos,etc. Se m enciona la instalación en M oa en 1957 de una planta de alta tecnologia y capacidad de producción de 22,7 TM de niquel y 2,0T M de cobalto por ano. Se ejqtone el desarrollo de las dos plantas de M oa heredadas del capitalism o, asi com o la construcción de una nueva planta en Punta G orda en el m arco de colaboración de los paises del C A M E. Se ofrece inform ación estadistica de la producción de niquel y cobalto hasta 1986 asi como el program a inversionista hasta Se detallan las exportaciones de m ineral en la actualidad y las perspectivas del Program a de D esarrollo del N iquel. Se p ropone trab ajar p o r la diversificacion de los productos obtenidos y se plantean to d o s los pasos a seguir para lograr un aum ento de los niveles actuales de producción y p o r endeingresos crecientes en moneda librem ente convertible. [IN D U S T R IA M E T A L U R G IC A ] [N IQ U EL] [CUBA ] [TH E W O R LD ] CU H ern an d ezr u is, A lm a; R iveron M ulet, Nilda Planificación Em presarial: problem as y perspectivas. In: Econom ia y D e sarro llo, vol. 109, no.2. La H abana: 1989.p p G eneral - > C U -E C O U H * Se realiza un análisis de la planificación em presarial en los m arcos del proceso de rectificación p o r ser en la em presa donde se crea la producción destinada a satisfacer las necesidades de la población dando uso adecuado a los recursos en un plan que asegure la coordinación en tiem po de todos los elem entos del proceso productivo. Se plantean las principales dificultades que lim itan el proceso de planificación en la em presa, com o son los cam bios constantes en todos los tipos de planes, problem as del calendario de planifi- 2 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No.22,1991

21 AIO. cacion y el exceso de indicadores directivos; asi com o los factores que originan estas dificultades, en tre otros; problem as organizativos y m aluso del concepto de dirección centralizada. Se p roponen soluciones para esta problem ática enm arcados en el Sistem a de Planes, tales com o : una ñindam entacion cientifica de los m ism os, aplicación correcta de conceptos económ icos tales com o centralización y autonom ia, y la simplificación de la docum entación necesaria p ara desarrollar el proceso de planificación. Se resum e planteando la necesidad de convertir el plan en elem ento rector de la actividad económ ica para dar cum plim iento a la ley del desarrollo planificado como rectora de la econom ia socialista, siguiendo un proceso de continuidad m etodológico que perm ita so rtear las dificultades objectivas y lograr un cum plim iento exitoso de lo planificado. * [SISTEM A S D E P LA N IFIC A C IO N ] [A D M IN ISTRA C IO N D E E M PRESAS] [EM PRESAS] [CUBA] CU Fernandez H ernandez, M aria E. U tilización de los m edios de rotación norm ados en la Agricultu ra. In: E conom ia y D esarrollo, vol. I l l, no. 4. La H abana: pp G eneral > C U -E C O U H * Se valora la im portancia del análisis econom ico dentro de la dirección planificada de la econom ia y que dentro del análisis econom ico de los m edios de rotación, se hacen cálculos de m odo que al final estos perm itan llegar a conclusiones que m ejoren la eficiencia de la actividad económ ica. Se expone una m etodologia para analizar el uso de los m edios de rotación norm ados en las em presas agrícolas; con datos no reales y p o r ser un procedim iento extenso se abarca en tres aspectos y el resto se realiza en un proxim o articulo. Se da a conocer que estos procedim ientos son: organización del uso de los m edios de rotación norm ados; com probación de las existencias reales de las norm as y calculo de las desviaciones y determ inación de sus causas (facto y calculo de la estructura (peso especifico) de los m edios de rotación norm ados con relación al total del grupo. Se plantea la realizcion de un calculo que perm ite m edir el grado de aseguram iento de los m edios de rotación propios y se dem uestra que los datos para realizar este tipo de análisis son de fácil localización, lo que hace m as factibel su aplicación. Se aprecia claram ente la estrecha relación que existe entre el correcto uso de las reservas productivas y la situación financiera de las em presas. * [A G R IC U L T U R A ] [R ECU R SO S ECO N O M IC O S] [U TIL IZ A C IO N D E LO S R E C U R SO S] [M ED IO S D E R O T A C IO N ] G D Payne, Nellie Grenada m as' In: C aribbean Q uarterly, vol. 36, no. 3/ p p G eneral > C D C Serial * G renada was settled b y th e French in 1650and from these settlers com e the festival o f Carnival which is celebrated two days before L ent. P resents a b rie f history o f Carnival in G renada focusing m ainly on the individual characters th at m ake up th e overall Carnivall celebration in G ren ad a. A b rief note on each character o r band is given. Pizane; The Little Boys; la b Ja b ; Clowns; P retty M as; D onkey M as; M oko Jum bie and L ady K ate; P ierrot G rande; Snakem en; W hipm en; Stickm en; Cha C ha-o ; T am boo B am boo; and M atadors. G enada's Carnival has also been influenced by other Carnival celebrations in the region such as the T rinidad C arnival.t heyhave adopted the M as C am ps, the D im ache G ras, K ingand Q ueen o f Carnival, Calypso com petitions and the steelband com petition, all indigenous features o f the Trinidad Carnival. * [FO LK C U L T U R E ] [G R E N A D A ] GY F orte, Janette Case of 'T he B aram a River Caribs of Guyana restudied. In: Social and Econom ic Studies, vol. 39, no. I. M ona: p p G eneral > C D C Serial * T he A m erindians o f G uyana have been com paratively little studied b y th e anthropological com m unity in the post-independence era, because o f the im possibility o f obtaining official perm ission to conduct field research am ong G uyanese A m erindians. T his m eans th at w hat studies have been conducted so far often represent the state o f th e art. U nfortunately th e m ost recently published w ork is som etim es flawed by invalid conclusions, drawn from m isunderstood o r m issed data, but which cannot be crosschecked against parallel studies. W ith nothing to com pare th em against, they com e to be accepted as the ruling wisdom on the subject. O ne illustration o f this phenom enon is provided b y th e doctoral thesis o f K athleen A dam s titled, T h e B aram a R iver C aribs o f G uyana R estudied: F o rty years o f C ultural A daptation and Population Change" (1972). * [A M ER IN D IA N S] [D E M O G R A P H IC A N A LYSIS ] [ET H N O G R A PH Y ] [CASE STU D IE S] [SO C IA L A N D C U L T U R A L A N T H R O P O L O G Y ] [G U Y A N A ] GY M ars, Perry Ethnic conflict and political control: the Guyana case. In: Social and Econom ic Studies, vol. 39, n o.3. K ingston: 1990.pp : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial * C oncerns the dynam ics o f the interaction betw een ethnic groups under different political conditions in G uyana. Evaluates the nature o fth e relationship betw een ethnicity and class. Two m ajor assum ptions o f M.G. Sm ith's contribution to th e theory o f cultural pluralism com e u n d er scrutiny. T he m ethodological approach is historical with som e statistical evidence based on aggregate and events data. Finds that the pre-independence period is relatively open and pluralistic whilst the post-independence period is dom inated b y th e B urnham ite politics. A close inter-connection betw een ethnic conflict and class relations is discerned unlike the assum ption o fth e cultural pluralists. * [ET H N IC IT Y ] [SO C IA L CLASS] [SO C IA L C O N FLIC TS] [PO LITI C A L PO W E R ] [C U L T U R A L PL U R A L ISM ] [H IST O R IC A L A N A LY SIS] [M E T H O D O L O G Y ] [G U Y A N A ] GY Nauth G anga, Gobind Macro-economic model of the Guyanese economy. In: Social and Econom ic S tudies, vol. 39, n o.3. K ingston: 1990.pp.l-38 : ill. G eneral > C D C Serial * T his study form ulates and estim ates a sim ple m acro-econom ic m odel for the G uyanese econom y during th e period T h e basic purpose o f the m odel is to help explain the behaviour o f key m acro-econom ic variables and the effects o f various policies on these variables. T he sim ultation exercise u n d ertaken indicated th at m odel perform ed reasonably well in explaining the coefficient o f the behavioural equation as well as the historical behaviour o f key m acro-econom ic variables'. T he policy sim ulation has shown that the m odel could be a good tool for examining policy alternatives. * [E C O N O M E T R IC M O D E L S ] [M A C R O E C O N O M IC S] [EC O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [G U Y A N A ] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991 3

22 À JM French, Jo an It nice". In: W itter, M ichael, e d.. H igglering / sidewalk vending / inform al com m ercial trading in the Jam aican econom y: proceedings o f a sym posium.m ona: U W I. D epartm ent o f Econom ics (M o n a, JM ), p p Higglers / Sidewalk V endors / Inform al Com m ercial T rad ers, K ingston, 21 M ay G eneral > C D C * Identifies the 'nice th in g s' about higglering for w om en as the ability to spend one's own m oney and buy nice things to reduce labour o r increase the level o f leisure o r pleasure o f th eir surroundings and th eir lives; a passport to b etter things; th e o pportunity to travel; and th e level o f confidence which is developed and which enables a greater level o f bargaining pow er in relationships. R eacts to som e o f th e negative com m ents in particular the foreign exchange problem. * [IN FO R M A L SEC TO R ] [W O M EN] [V EN D O R S] [D EA L ER S] [JA M A IC A ] JM M orrison, Arlington In fo rm a l co m m ercial im p o rte rs a n d th e m a n u fa c tu rin g sector. In : W itter, M ichael, e d.. H igglering / sidewalk vending / inform al com m ercial trading in the Jam aican econom y: proceedings o f a sym posium. M ona: U W I. D epartm ent o fe conom ics (M o n a,jm ), 1989.p p H igglers / Sidewalk V endors / Inform al Com m ercial T rad ers, K ingston, 21 M ay G eneral > C D C * D iscusses th e effects o f th e com petition from illicit im ports on the d e te r m ination o f the local footw ear, clothing and household appliance industries; the growing level o f unfair com petition arising from illicit im ports and the absence o f m echanism s for testing th e quality o f im ported goods. Suggests systems to ensure fairer com petition and calls for studies on consum ption p attern s in term s o f how much o f IC I's earnings are ploughed back into the econom y. R efers to th e difficulty o f obtaining reliable inform ation on th e levels o f illicit im ports. * [IN FO R M A L S EC TO R ] [H ID D E N E C O N O M Y ] [D EA L ER S] [R E T A IL T R A D E ] [JA M A IC A ] JM W hittingham, D unstan C o n trib u tio n o f sidew alk vendors a n d higglers to th e econom y. In: W itter,m ichael, e d.. H igglering / sidewalk vending / inform al com m ercial trading in the Jam aican econom y: proceedings o f a sym posium.m ona: U W I. D epartm ent o f Econom ics (M o n a,jm ), 1989.p p H igglers / Sidewalk V endors / Inform al C om m ercial T rad ers, K ingston, 21 M ay G eneral > C D C * Provides a background to the establishm ent o f the Jam aica Sidewalk V endors H igglers and M arket A ssociation and com m ents on th e discussions held with the M etropolitan P arks and M arkets with regard to th e redevelopm ent o f downtown K ingston and alternative sites for vending such as arcades and m arket places. D iscusses th e problem s o f various sites, police harassm ent, taxation, foreign exchange, cargo service, custom s duty and the contribution m ade to the econom y (the A ssociation has approxim ately 6,500 registered m em bers); the opening up o f new air routes and expansion in the num ber o f ticket offices. R efers to the establishm ent o f the Jam aica H igglers Im port Export E nterprise and th e im portance o f the small trad er (sites the example o f the Cayman) and the Jam aican H iggler Custom s B roker E nterprise which deals with problem s at the airport and wharves. * [IN F O R M A L S E C T O R ] [V E N D O R S ] [D E A L E R S ] [R E T A IL T R A D E ] [JA M A IC A ] JM D anielson, A nders E conom ic su rp lu s: fo rm atio n, distribution an d role in econom ic growth. In: Social and Econom ic Studies, v o l.39, no. 1. M ona: 1990.pp : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial * Discusses the concept o f 'surplus' in developm ent econom ics. T he concepts' o f classical heritage is em phasised and m odern, em pirically-oriented approaches are discussed. F u rth er, an em pirically m eaningful definition o f surplus is developed. It is dem onstrated th at this definition has several advantages to com peting definitions; the definition is consistent with classical conceptions o f the surplus, it can be interpreted in term s o f the dual econom y m odel, and it is operationable on national accounts data. Finally, the surplus in Jam aica during the period is estim ated. T he analysis suggests th at the distribution and disposal o f surplus are im portant factors in Jam aica's stagnation. * [EC O N O M IC G R O W T H ] [SU R PLU SES] [EC O N O M IC T H E O R Y ] [JAM AICA] JM R eid, Egbert In fo rm a l co m m ercial im p o rte rs: th e ir o rig in, a n d th e ir p roblem s. In: W itter, M ichael, e d.. H igglering / sidewalk vending / inform al com m ercial trading in the Jam aican econom y: proceedings o f a sym posium.m ona: U W I. D epartm ent o fe conom ics (M o n a,jm ), 1989.p p H igglers / Sidewalk V endors / Inform al C om m ercial T rad ers, K ingston, 21 M ay G eneral > C D C * Provides a background to th e developm ent o fth e new b reed ofv en d o rs and discusses som e o f th e problem s with em phasis on foreign exchange, custom s duty, overcrow ding in the trade and high state fees. C alls for a solution to the problem o f street selling which is a hazard to th e vendors both in term s o f the w ear and te a r on goods (sun, rain, dust) but also in term s o f the easy o p portunity created for crim inal activity. Concludes with a call for m ore facilities and action o f stall fees and lists som e o f the advantages created by vendors. * [IN FO R M A L S E C TO R ] [V EN D O R S] [D O M E STIC T R A D E ] [R E T A IL T R A D E ] [D EA L ER S] [JA M A IC A ] JM W ebb, M ichael Problem o f regulating sidew alk vending. In: W itter,m ich ael,ed.. H igglering / sidewalk vending / inform al com m ercial trading in the Jam aican econom y:proceedings o fa sym posium.m ona: U W I. D epartm ent o fe conom ics (M o n a,jm ), 1989.p p Higglers / Sidewalk V endors / Inform al C om m ercial T rad ers, K ingston, 21 M ay G eneral > C D C * Explains the characteristics o f various categories ofven d o rs and some o fth e problem s encountered in providing b e tte r m arket space and vending areas. R efers to the good and bad aspects o f the grow ing sidewalk vending and the growth in the num ber o f different locations. Suggests the building o f central facilities with the necessary restrictions in place. * [IN FO R M A L SEC TO R ] [V EN D O RS] [D O M E STIC T R A D E ] [JA M A IC A ] 4 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

23 AIO IM G ershenberg, Irving T ra in in g a n d d issem in atio n o f m an ag erial know -how in LD CS: Ja m a ic a. In: Social and Econom ic Studies, vol. 39, n o.2. M ona: 1990.p p : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial * Investigates th e contribution m ade by transnational corporations to the disem ination o f m anagerial know -how in less econom ically developed countries. Focuses m ainly on Jam aica. Individuals are trained by m ultinational corporations and th en move on to dissem inate th eir m anagerial skills by establishing an d /o r joining o th er firm s. T his 'spread ' effect is w hat is thought to be the m ost significant contribution o f m ultinational firm s to the developm ent o f m anagers. Seventy-six Jam aican m anagers w ere surveyed, forty-one were em ployed in subsidiaries o f m ultinational firm s, tw enty in locally owned firm s and th e rem aining fifteen in publicly owned m anufacturing/processing firm s. T he career d ata was collected in D escribes details o f th e m ethodology em ployed; th e data collected and the spread o f m anagerial know-how am ong Jam aican m anagers. Focuses on w om en am ong th e Jam aican m anagerial elite. They accounted for 20 percent o f the seventy-six m anagers interviewed. It was found th at like o th e r m anagers, th ey received little in the way o f technical and m anagerial training, with m ultinationals offering slightly m ore training th an was obtained in o th e r firm s. Concludes th at m ultinational firm s contribute to th e enhancem ent o f decision m aking skills in T hird W orld countries two ways:- they were good at training and developing m anagers and these m anagers move into o th er positions in th e b ro ad er society. H ow ever, a com parison o f th e training and dissem ination o f know-how prom oted by m ultinational and o th e r firm s raised questions regarding th e accuracy o f the knowledge received. It was found th at m ultinationals did not supply training th at was in any way m ore exceptional th an o th er firm s according to, quantity o f training o r th e utilization o f training facilities. C om panion piece to one com pleted on training and spread o f m anagerial know-how in Kenya (G ershenberg, 1983). * [M A N A G E M E N T D E V E L O P M E N T ] [EN TER PR ISES] [TR A N SN A T IO N A L C O R PO R A T IO N S] [JA M A IC A ] NG G eo-jaja,m acl eans A. M anpow er p la n n in g w ith o ccupational choice: a N igerian exam p ie o f m ism a tc h. In: Socialand Econom ic Studies, v o l.39, n o.3. K ingston: 1990.p p : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial * Shows th at th e neglect o f non-econom ic factors, technical problem s and the lack o f knowledge o f th e behaviour o f individuals would result in disequilibrium in the labour m arket. F urtherm ore, discusses and evaluates the déficiences in planning techniques in developing countries and concludes th at a 'm ism atch' does indeed exist betw een planned m anpow er requirem ents and occupational choice o f the prospective w orkforce. Finally, concludes that with m icro-planning and th e adaptation o f education to societal needs and the im plem entation o f incentive program m es as recom m ended, N igeria can m eet h e r m anpow er needs. * [LA B O U R M A R K E T] [D E V E L O PIN G C O U N TR IE S] [M A N PO W ER N E ED S] [M A N PO W E R PLA N N IN G ] [O C C U PA T IO N A L C H O IC E] [N IG ERIA ] SR A dhin,s h an li D.; H iralal, Haydey U rm ila Devi IDB S itu atio n A J) in th e R epublic o f S u rin a m e. W ashington, D C : ID B, [1 2 p.] : m aps Consultative M eeting with Public Agencies and N on-governm ental O rganizations concerned with E nvironm ental Protection and the Conservation o f N atural R esources, 2,24-26 M ay G eneral > C D C * C onsists o f tw o p apers. T h e first sum m arizes co-operation betw een the G overnm ent o f Surinam e and th e F o undation for a P ure Surinam e, a nongovernm ental, environm ental organization. T h e second, prepared by the N ational P lanning O ffice, describes th e m ain ecological zones, wildlife, nature protectio n and conservation,environm ental problem s related to developm ent activities and institutions responsible for environm ental m anagem ent. * [E N V IR O N M E N T A L M A M A G E M E N T ] [E N V IR O N M E N T A L P R O T E C T IO N ] [SU R IN A M E] T T W ilson, Selby T rinidad and T obago. Office o f th e Prim e M inister. Inform ation Division A ddress a t th e p re se n ta tio n o f aw ards a n d la u n c h in g o f new p ro d u ct o f G TM Life In su ra n c e C om p a n y o f T rin id ad a n d Tobago L im ited on M o n d ay 14,1989. P o rto fs p a in : p.t rin id ad andt o b ag o.o ffice o f th e Prim e M inister. Inform ation D ivision. (News R elease, 235). Daily, G eneral > T T P * C om m ents on the factors necessary to m anage in good as well as lean years. Q uestions th e reasons fo r th e increasing p erception o f uncertainty. Stresses the im portance o f the industry not only to th e financial system b u t m ore im portantly to the econom ic system. H e gives the assurance o f the governm ents firm com m itm ent to the continued developm ent o f a vibrant and indigenous general insurance sector in which th e o pportunity wilt be given to all com panies to participate in the underw riting o f risks com m ensurate with ability to do so * [LIFE IN SU R A N C E] [IN SU R A N C E ] [TR IN ID A D A ND T O B A G O ] T T R obinson, A.N.R. Trinidad and T obago. Office o f th e Prim e M inister. Inform ation Division A ddress by M r A J i.r. R obinson P rim e M in iste r o f th e R epublic o f T rin id a d a n d Tobago on th e occassion o f th e la u n c h in g o f th e N ational Alcohol a n d D ru g A buse P reven tio n P ro g ra m m e on T uesday, F ebruary 6, P o rto fs p a in : Inform ation D ivision, ,_,8p.T rinidad andt obago. O ffice o f the Prim e M inister. Inform ation D ivision. (News R elease). G eneral > T T P * E fforts m ade to prevent and control d rug abuse and alcoholism outlined. E ntire national com m unityurged to becom e involved in the fight against drugs and drug trad ers th at constitute a great th reat to the youth * [D R U G A D D IC T IO N ] [A L C O H O L IS M ] [SO C IA L PR O B LEM S] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T R obinson, A.N R. Trinidad and T obago. O ffice o f the Prim e M inister. Inform ation Division A ddress by M r. AJV J l. R o b in so n, P rim e M in iste r an d M in ister o f th e E conom y a t th e o p en in g o f th e C h a g u a ra m a s R om an Catholic School, W ednesday, M a rch 1 4, P o rt o f Spain: Inform ation Division, _, 6 p. T rinidad and T obago. Office o f the Prim e M inister. Inform ation D ivision. (News R elease). G eneral > T T P * E m phasizes the m ajor role prim ary education plays, not only in the life of the child, but also in it being the foundation o f the education system o f Trinidad and T obago. B enefits derived from th e deprivation o f CO LA (Cost o f Living Allowance) and ten percent deduction and the introduction o f the Value A dded T ax (V AT) system, presented. E ncourages creativity and pur CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991 5

24 AIO. pose-filled goals for the betterm en t o f not only the children but th e nation as a whole * [ED U C A T IO N A L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [SC H O O LS] [TR IN ID A D A ND T O B A G O ] T T R obinson, A.N R. T rinidad and T obago. Office o fth e Prim e M inister. Inform ation Division A ddress by M r. A N Ü. R o b in so n, P rim e M in iste r o f T rin id ad a n d Tobago a t th e sixtieth an n iv ersary o f th e T rin id ad a n d Tobago R egistered N u rses'a sso ciatio n on M onday, Ju n e 4, P ort o f Spain: Inform ation Division, _, 9 p. T rinidad and T obago. Office o f the Prim e M inister. Inform ation D ivision. (News R e le ase). G eneral > T T P * Focuses on id ealso f nursing profession and p u ts forw ard th e idea o f a limited overseas recruitm ent program m e offering short term contracts to nurses living abroad. Calls for com m itm ent from those still in the country in not only serving the people but hum anity as a whole * [NURSES] [H E A L T H P E R SO N N E L ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T R obinson, A.N R. T rinidad and T obago. Office o fth e Prim e M inister. Inform ation Division Address by P rim e M in iste r A J IJ t. R obinson a t th e o p en in g o f th e N a p a rim a B o w l,s atu rd ay,o cto b er2 0,1990. P o rt o f Spain: Inform ation Division, _, 8 p. T rinidad and T obago. Office o f the Prim e M inister. Inform ation Division. (News R e le ase).g en eral > T T P * Perform ing artistes and o th e r p atro n s o f th e previous Bowl com m ended. C onstruction o f the new N aparim a Bowl recognised as being highly symbolic, having risen like th e Phoenix from the ashes during th e state o f em ergency after the attack on law and o rd er from th e attem pted coup on July 27, The nation, particularly the people o f the South, are encouraged and challenged to m ake full use o f the facilities and be inspired to elevate the many art form s o f the nation to heights o f brilliance and w orld recognition * [ART] [C U L T U R E ] [C U L T U R A L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [T H E A T R E ] [D R A M A TIC ARTS] [TR IN ID A D A ND T O B A G O ] TT K err, M ercedes C arnival o f life. In: C aribbean A ffairs, vol. 4, no pp G eneral > C D C Serial * T akes the form o f a poem in which a num ber o f characters representative o f T rinidad and T obago's society hold a conversation. T hese characters however, can be found in o th er societies but what m akes them unique to Trinidad and Tobago is the com m ents th at they m ake about the econom ic and social issues o f the day. T he general them e o f Carnival reins throughout the poem. It is used to intertw ine all the com m ents and issues u ttered by the characters.t he rhytmic use o f com m on, children's nursey rhym es such as "Old M other H ubbard" and "Pussy C at, P u ssy C at W here Have Y ou Been," are used probably as rem inders o f the old colonial past. G ro u p s such as young m en, young w om en, agnostic, realist, optim ist, to u rist, M oslem s and H indus all are given a chance to add th eir thoughts on the Carnival o f life, form ing a parallel between the festival o f Carnival and life itself. * [C U L TU R E] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T Trinidad and T obago. Industrial D evelopm ent C orporation C hem ical in d u stry - se c to r profile. P ort o f Spain: Industrial D evelopm ent C orporation, p. G eneral > T T P * Identified as a priority area for investm ent, developm ent and p rom otion in view o f the existence o f indigenous m ineral resources and abundant energy opportunities for dow nstream processing, creation o f linkages, em ploym ent, creation and generation o f foreign exchange earnings * [C H E M IC A L IN D U STR Y ] [IN D U ST R IA L SEC TO R ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T T rinidad and T obago. Industrial D evelopm ent C orporation E lectronics in d u stry - se c to r p ro file - P ort o f Spain: Industrial D evelopm ent C orporation, p. G eneral > T T P * States th at the electronics sector in T rinidad and T obago is reorganizing itself, shifting focus from im port-substitution to export-oriented m anufacturing. N otes th at the existing local capability in electronics m anufacturing is fairly developed and can be utilized m ore intensively in developing the sector. It is engaged principally in th e assem bly, installation testing and m aintenance o f electronic products * [ELEC TR O N IC S IN D U STR Y ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] TT Trinidad and T obago. Industrial Developm ent C orporation E n g in eerin g a n d cap ital goods - se cto r p ro file. P o rt o f Spain: Industrial D evelopm ent C orporation, p. G E N E R A L > T T P * E ngineering and capital goods industries as defined in this profile include all item s o f m achinery (except electrical equipm ent and apparatus) ; transport equipm ent; m etal products;professional,scientificand controlling equipm ent and apparatus; and optical goods. N otes th at there are approxim ately 120 firm s in the local industry. M etal products com prise 65 percent o f total production and operation capacity is approxim ately 35 percent * [EN G IN E E R IN G ] [C A PIT A L G O O D S ] [IN D U STRY] [TR IN ID A D AND T O B A G O ] T T C entral B ank o ft rin id ad and Tobago H an d b o o k o f key econom ic sta tistic s. P o rt o f Spain: C entral B ank o ft rin id ad and T obago, p. : tbls., ill. G eneral > T T P * Seeks to provide: 1) the m ore frequently used data series in econom ic analysis; 2) variables presented in a form convenient to potential users and; 3) long tim e series which would assist those engaged in m odel building and oth er econom etric w ork. Sections include; a) N ational incom e accounting; b) Production and services; c) C entral governm ent; d) the financial system; e) External account; and f) Population, labour force, wages, prices,productivity * [EC O N O M IC STA TISTICS] [E C O N O M IC M O D E L S ] [E C O N O M E T RIC M O D ELS] [IN PU T -O U TPU T ANALYSIS] [STATISTICS] [NA T IO N A L A C C O U N T IN G ] [P O P U L A T IO N ] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] 6 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

25 AIO T T T rinidad and T obago. Industrial Developm ent Corporation H otel in v estm en t o p p o rtu n ities. P ort o f Spain: Industrial D e velopm ent C orporation, p. G E N E R A L > T T P * Short term goal o f G overnm ent's policy tow ards tourism and hotel developm ent is to add 1300 first class room s betw een T h e Industrial D evelopm ent C orporation has defined priority areas for resort hotel developm ent. T hey include T o b ag o, th e N orth C oast o f T rinidad betw een M aracas and Blanchisseuse and on the N orth-e ast C oast o f T rinidad * [H O TELS] [TO U R ISM D E V E L O P M E N T ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T Phillips, D aphne Im p a c t o fth e h e a lth delivery system on w om en in T rin id ad a n d T obago: consequences fo r th e y e a r 2000 a n d beyond p. C aribbean Studies A ssociation C onference, IS - T he C aribbean In T he Y ear 2000, Port o f Spain, M ay G eneral > T T P * Study exam ines th e im pact o f health care delivery on w om en with gynaecological and obstetric problem s in T rinidad and T obago. Focuses on four m ajor institutions - P o rt o f Spain G eneral H ospital, San F ernando G eneral H ospital, M ount H ope W om en's H ospital and T obago C ounty H o sp ital.t h e objectives w ere to exam ine th e perceptions ofw om en interview ed about th eir conditions, doctors and nurses and to carry on-the-spot non-participant observations o f p atien ts' interaction with doctors and nurses which would be com pared and assesed against p atien t's statem ents o f their perceptions o f health care which was given to them * [H E A L T H SER V IC ES] [M E D IC A L C A R E] [W O M EN] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T Trinidad and Tobago. Industrial D evelopm ent C orporation In fo rm a tio n services in d u stry - se cto r profile. P ort o f Spain: Industrial D evelopm ent C orporation, p. G eneral > T T P * Identified a s a priority area for investm ent. G ives som e detail about certain sections o fth e inform ation industry including software services, drafting and engineering services - digitizing and vectorizing, data processing, data entry operations and rem ote secretarial services, and telem arketing * [IN F O R M A T IO N SER V IC ES] [IN D U STRY] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T Joseph, M ichael In te rn a tio n a l m a rk e tin g o p p o rtu n ities fo r fresh fru its a n d vegeta b le s. : tbls. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, M yrtle, ed.. IICA. Proceedings o f a workshop on post harvest handling o f horticultural com m odities for export. P ort o f Spain: IIC A, pp W orkshop on Post H arvest H andling o f H orticultural C om m odities for Exp o rt, S t. A ugustine, June G eneral > C D C * P resents a broad overview o f th e world m arket for selected tropical fresh produce and details the product specifications for avocado, pineapple, m ango and papaya. Looks at general m arket considerations and export opportunities and identifies the factors which have and will continue to contribute to the grow th o f th e m arket im m igration (dem and for ethnic products) travel and tourism, nutrition and im proved living standards. Reviews T rinidad and T obago's exports on th e w orld m arket and suggests th at a strategy which takes cognizance o f the characteristics o f th e local e)q>ort industry, it structure and degree o f sophistication is req u ired. Suggests g reater exploitation o f the C aricom and m etropolitan/ethnic m arkets, the developm ent o f a culture o f export agriculture that producers, m iddlem en /extorters and officials understand and appreciate and the developm ent o f m arket prescence especially in th e m étropoles. Identifies th e problem s which need to be tackled both at hom e and aborad - th e control o f distribution outlets, w arehousing and reputable im porter/distributor brand identity. States that T rinidad and T o bago needs to be m ore aggressive in th e m ark et, th a t th e production systems are too haphazard to sustain an aggressive export th ru st and m ust be organized to ensure continuous p roduction o f high quality produce and proper handling facilities that suggest th at this can only be achieved through cooperative effort and that the future o fth e export industry lies with cooperatives. * [M A R K ETIN G ] [T R A D E O P P O R T U N IT IE S ] [A G R IC U L TU R A L EX PO R TS] [C A R IB B EA N ] [T H E W O R LD ] T T F arrell, T errence W.; B aball, Balliram M a rk e t fo r tre a su iy bills in T rin id ad a n d Tobago. In: C entral Bank o f T rinidad and T obago. M onetary and financial policy in T rinidad and T obago: selected C entral B ank essays. Port-of-Spain: Central B ank o f T rinidad and T obago, p p G eneral > T T P * A ttem p ts to assess the grow th, developm ent and im portance o fth e T-Bill m arket in T rinidad and T obago, and also seeks to exam ine how the m arket has w orked. Section II outlines and describes the organisation o f and develo pm ents in the T-B ill m arket. T h e follow ing section analyses the supply of T-B ills over the period and secondary m arket activity in T-Bills. This is followed by a discussion and analysis o f th e dem and for T-Bills in Section 3 and the yield on T-B ills in Section 4. Section 5 sum m arises th e results and attem pts to draw out som e im plications o fth e analysis for economic policy * [M O N EY M A R K E T] [TR EA SU R Y BO N D S] [PU B LIC BO R R O W IN G ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T W atson, Patrick K. M odelling th e balance o f paym ents in T rinidad an d Tobago, In: Social and Econom ic Studies, vol. 39, no. 1. M ona: p p : ill. G eneral > C D C Serial * A ddresses th e problem o f the balance o f paym ents through construction, estim ation and evaluation o f econom etric m odels based on two com peting hypotheses or m odels: th e well-known m onetary approach and the components approach. T h e first is straightforw ard and hence is lacking in detail of interest to the econom ic p lan n er. It is also very well docum ented. T he second provides m ore detail - in particu lar, it can be used to determ ine im portant sub-total such as the balance o f trad e and balance o n current account - but requires a m ore serious m odelling and com putational effort. In the second section, the m onetary approach is exam ined; in the third the com ponents approach the problem s associated with th e data and estim ation are elaborated in these sections. In the fourth section, the papers conclusions are presented. * [B A LA N C E O F PA Y M EN TS] [E C O N O M E T R IC M O D EL S] [EC O N O M IC E V A L U A T IO N ] [M O N E T A R Y T H E O R Y ] [TR IN ID A D AND T O B A G O ] T T C entral B ank o f T rinidad and T obago M o n e tary a n d fin an cial policy in T rin id ad a n d Tobago: selected C e n tral B ank essays. Port-of-Spain: C entral B ank o f T rinidad and Tobago, p. G E N E R A L > T T P CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991 7

26 AIO. * Papers chosen were based on th e econom ic and social concerns o fth e late 1980's. Them es range from m onetary and fiscal policy issues to social issues and model building * [C E N T R A L B A N K S] [M O N E T A R Y PO L IC Y ] [F O R E IG N E X C H A N G E C O N T R O L ] [FISC A L PO LIC Y ] [H O U SIN G FIN A N C IN G ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T F arrell, T revor M.A. New e ra fo r oil in T rin id ad an d Tobago: im peratives fo r h u m a n resource developm ent. In: C aribbean A ffairs, vol. 3, no. 3. P ort o f Spain: pp G eneral > C D C Serial * Exam ines the oil and energy sector in T rinidad and T obago and the challenges it faces in th e 1990s. Som e attention is given to the problem o f refinery m odernization which should have been done since the 1980s. Also m entioned is th e need to raise extensive am ounts o f capital when the exploration ventures reach th eir developm ent phase. Focuses mainly on the hum an resource developm ent and m anagem ent aspects o f th e energy sector. Five areas are suggested for e x a m in a tio n a l) C erebration and cerebral structures, that is the need to find and train a cadre o f people whose full-tim e job is to study the international environm ent; (2) system atic m anpow er planning; (3) long range recruitm ent strategies; (4) inhouse training and career development program m es; (5) succession planning: top executive and leadership developm ent. * [EN ERGY] [PE T R O L E U M R E SO U R C E S] [H U M A N R E SO U R C ES] [M A N P O W E R ] [P L A N N IN G ] [R E C R U IT M E N T ] [T R A IN IN G ] [LEA D ER SH IP] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T W iltshire, Faith O rg an isin g as co n su m ers: th e experience o f th e Housewives A ssociation o ft rin id a d a n d T obago. In: W om an Speak, no. 26/ pp G eneral > C D C Serial * Discusses the experiences o fth e Housewives A ssociation o ft rin id ad and Tobago in its attem pt to focus on consum er needs and th e needs o f w om en. It is implied th at a lack o f acceptance and understanding o fth e o rganisation s agenda and the group's m ovem ent tow ard pressure politics led partially to its failure. M em bers expressed an unw illingness to get into political activity and this fear o f pow er, expressed an unwillingness to get into political activity and this fear o f pow er, fear o f political involvem ent equalled a loss o f m em bership. O th er problem s were th e lim ited num ber o f m em bers willing to share in the leadership o f the organization, th e lack o f binding relationships betw een the women within the organization and the survival and projection o fth e stereotypical image o f w om en by them selves and b y th e m en in th e society. * [W O M EN'S O R G A N IZ A T IO N S ] [CO N SU M ER S] [PO L IT IC A L A S PECTS] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] TT T rinidad and T obago. Industrial Developm ent Corporation P etro ch em ical in d u stry - secto r profile. P ort o f Spain: Industrial D evelopm ent C orporation, p.g e n e ra l > T T P * States that the petrochem ical industry is based on the use o f low-cost natural gas in world scale, export-oriented, production plants. M ajor petrochem icals produced are anhydrous am m onia and m ethanol * [PE T R O C H E M IC A L IN D U STR Y ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T Trinidad and T obago. Industrial D evelopm ent C orporation P lastics in d u stry - secto r p ro file. P o rt o f Spain: Industrial D e velopm ent C orporation, p. G eneral > T T P * N otes th at sixty com panies are involved in plastic processing. T echniques used include extrusion, blow m oulding, injection m oulding, foam processing, com pression m oulding, therm o-form ing, film lam ination and stretch blow m oulding. T he wide range o f products are sold on th e dom estic and regional (C A R IC O M ) m arkets * [PLASTICS IN D U STR Y ] [PO LY M ER S] [IN D U ST R Y ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T R eddock, R hoda; T ang N ain, G em m a; Sirju-C harran, G race; D ouglas, D ianne U W I. W om en and D evelopm ent Studies G roup (St. A ugustine, T T) ; IICA Policies fo r worn en in th e ru ra l secto r, R epublic o ft rin id a d a n d Tobago: executive su m m a ry. St. A ugustine: U W I. W om en and D evelopm ent Studies G roup (St. A ugustine, T T ), [7 p.] G eneral > C D C * A synopsis o f the m ain sections o f th e rep o rt. Statistical data not included. [W O M E N ] [R U R A L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T Fletcher, L P. Politics, public policy an d F riendly Societies in T rinidad an d T obago. In: Social and Econom ic Studies, vol. 39, no. 3. K ingston: p p : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial Focuses on public policy as one o f several d eterm inants o fth e growth and decline o f friendly societies in T rinidad and T obago from th e 1880s to the 1980s. T he first o f two distinct stages in the evolution o f public policy coincided with the period o f Crown Colony G overnm ent whose policy was guided by a keen interest to n urture th e institution as an instrum ent o f social policy. In the early fifties society m em bership reached 23 percent o f the population. In 1956 th e second stage was ushered in u nder the b anner o f the People's N ational M ovem ent which displaced colonial officials as arbiters o f the destiny o f friendly societies. Official policy becam e indifferent to the plight o fth e societies which stagnated and then declined. * [V O L U N T A R Y O R G A N IS A T IO N S ] [PO L IT IC A L L E A D E R S H IP ] [H ISTO R IC A L A N A LY SIS] [G O V E R N M E N T PO LIC Y ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] TT Trinidad and T obago. Industrial Developm ent C orporation P rin tin g a n d p u b lish in g in d u s try -s e c to r profile. P ort o fs pain: Industrial D evelopm ent C orporation, p. G E N E R A L > T T P * N otes th at m achinery utilized by the local industry spans the technology scale. M ain technology em ployed is offset lithography as well as letterpress, flexography and silkscreen. Printing industry includes new spaper production, packaging m aterials, corrugated boxes and p aper bags, flexible packaging, business form s and com m ercial printing. A pproxim ately 200 firm s operate in this field [IN D U S T R Y ] [PR IN TIN G IN D U STR Y ] [B O O K IN D U S T R Y ] [TR IN I D A D A N D T O B A G O ] 8 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

27 AIO T T F arrell,t erren ce W. R esearch fu n ctio n o f a cen tra l b a n k. In: C entral B ank o f T rinidad and T obago. M onetary and financial policy in T rinidad and T oabgo: selected C entral B ank essays. P ort o f Spain: C entral B ank o f T rinidad and T obago, pp.1-23 G eneral > T T P * P ap er attem pts to analyse th e research function at institutions like C entral B anks. T he analysis is p rom pted by two considerations:- (i) whilst a great deal h a s b een w ritten on th e research function at universities and th e research and developm ent (R & D ) function at private sector and governm ent scientific institutions th ere is little work done on th e research functions at organisations like central banks; (ii) th e need to devise som e kind o f fram ew ork which would perm it the p ro p e r assessm ent o f th e perform ance o fth e research function and the effective planning o fth e research function * [C E N TR A L BANKS] [R E SE A R C H ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T W u e st,r u th R o b b e r in th e T rin id ad C a rn iv al. In: C aribbean Q uarterly, v o l.36, n o.3/ p p G eneral > C D C Serial * T h e 'M idnight R o b b e r', one o f th e characters found in T rinidad Carnival, has em erged during the last eighty years. The robber is derived from T rinid ad 's oral trad itio n with which he m erges m odern w estern cultural elem ents. T he m asque's m ost poignant characteristic is his speech. H e rattles o ff "robber talk" in o rd er to get ransom from th e spectators. T he 'robber talk ' grew out o f the story-telling trad itio n s o f the islands, the riddle telling o f the 'P ierrot G ren ad e' and the W ild In d ia n 'ta lk. It also relies on th e Trinidadian concept o f boasting. T he M idnight R o b b er first appeared in the Carnival in th e early years o f the 19th C entury in bands o f 30 to 40 m em bers. In the 1950s robber bands decreased in size, consisting o f six o r seven m em bers only. T oday only individuals roam th e streets. Illustrations o f the speeches m ade by these m asques and th e sound effects th at are created through th eir choice ofw ords, are given. A com parison is done o fth e 1956 e n m p les o f ro b b er talk with those from 1980, th ey illustrate the continuity o f th e trad itio n. Concludes th at the ro b b er is the response o f a small and relatively isolated society to m odern w estern cultural influences. T he probable extinction h as to do w ith the relatively rigid concept o f the a c t. H e is one o f the m asques who has lost th eir purpose with independence. T oday th e robber still uses th e sam e concepts o f m ockery, as during the pre-independence period for which a secretive and am bivalence was ad eq u ate. T h en ro b b er talk concentrated on T rinidadians' desire o f self-determ ination and free creative expression under colonial rule. * [FO LK C U L T U R E ] [H ISTORY] [O R A L T R A D IT IO N ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] TT it to rethink its focus.t he Shipping A ssociation th en began to act as m ediator to the P o rt A uthority, th e P o rt C o n tracto rs and o th er related authorities. T hey have now b een granted observer status to th e M aritim e Division o fth e M inistry o f W orks, Infrastructure and D ecentralization in an effort to develop g reater aw areness o fth e im portance o f Shipping in G overnm ent circles. A list o f th eir m em bers from th eir inception and th o se w ho joined in recent years have been given. * [SEA T R A N SPO R T ] [A SSO C IA TIO N S] [H IST O R Y ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T R obinson, A.N R.. T rinidad and T obago. O ffice o f th e Prim e M inister. Inform ation Division S ta te m e n t by P rim e M in iste r AJS J t. R obin so n to th e forty-fifth re g u la r session o fth e U nited N ations G en eral A ssem bly,n ew Y ork,o ctober 4, P o rt o f Spain: In form ation D ivision, _, 14 p. T rinidad and T obago.o ffice o fth e Prim e M in ister.in fo rm atio n Division. (N ew sr elease). G E N E R A L > T T P * Recognises th at despite end o f th e cold War in E astern E urope and the efforts m ade to abolish ap arth eid, th ere is still a great need for dem ocratic change in m any p arts o f th e w orld. P roposal for an international criminal court considered feasible at this tim e, particularly to extinguish the drug trade. Collective response to econom ic d eterio ratio n considered vital in restoring peace and security to th e countries o f th e developing w orld concern over environm ental issues presented * [D EM O C R A C Y ] [E C O N O M IC PO LIC Y ] [A PA R T H E ID ] [ENVI R O N M E N T P R O T E C T IO N ] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T R obinson, A.N.R. T rinidad and T obago. O ffice o f the Prim e M inister. Inform ation Division S tatem en t m a d e by M r. A N.R. R o b in so n, P rim e M in ister o f T rin id ad a n d Tobago in P a rlia m e n t, F e b ru a ry 9, P ort o f Spain: Inform ation Division, _,3 p.t rin id a d and T obago.o ffice o fth e Prime M inister. Inform ation Division. (News R e le ase).g E N E R A L > T T P * R elates unsw erving support for people o f H aiti to peaceful transition to dem ocracy and econom ic developm ent, and steps tak en to im plem ent recom m endations. O utlines conditional m easures to assist in the goal towards dem ocracy * [D EM O C R A C Y ] [EC O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [H A ITI] [TR IN I D A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T S h o rt h isto ry o f T h e S h ip p in g A ssociation o f T rin id ad a n d T obago. In: C aribbean Shipping, M ay pp. 8-9 : ill. G eneral > C D C Serial * T races the history o f th e Shipping A ssociation o f T rinidad and T obago from its inception as th e 'Steam er W arehouse A ssociation,' which was form ed in the years before 1919, to its form al registration as a trad e union on the 29th A pril, T h e w ar bro k e out shortly after this and th e Shipping A ssociation, the Seam en and W aterfront T rade U nion (SW W TU ) and the P o rt A uthority w ere kept very busy since the P o rt o f Spain h ab o u r was a * [PU B LIC SER V IC ES] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] m arshalling point for N orth A tlantic and A m erican convoys. It is from this point in its developm ent that the role o f the Shipping A ssociation began to change. It began to assum e the prim aryfunction o f em ploying labour on b ehalf o f its m em bers rath er th an representing labour. L ater in 1968, the G overnm ent nationalised the stevedoring o p erations on the Port and created the Port C ontractors. T his replaced the services offered b y th Associations and forced Trinidad and T obago. Industrial D evelopm ent C orporation U tility rates P o rt o f Spain: Industrial D evelopm ent C orporation, p. G E N E R A L > T T P * Provides rates for various services available in T rinidad and T obago. Electricity, w ater, sew erage, telep h o n e, telex, fax, natural gas, rental o f factory shells, cargo transportation and handling rates and air and sea freight CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991 9

28 AIO TT A rthur Young Firm (Trinidad) V alue Added Tax (V.A.T.) - se m in a r m a te ria l. Port-of-Spain: A rthur Y oung (T rinidad), p. G eneral > T T P * Sem inar notes cover the basic concepts o f value added tax as applicable to Trinidad and T obago, and the white p ap er on taxrefo rm. A lso exam ines Value A dded T ax in the U nited Kingdom * [V A LU E A D D E D TA X ] [TAXES] [TAX SYSTEM S] [TA X A TIO N ] [C O N S U M P T IO N T A X ] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] [U N IT E D KINGDOM ] T T R eddock.r h o d a W om en a n d g a rm e n t productio n in T rin id ad a n d Tobago In: Social and E conom ic Studies, vol. 39, no. 1. M ona: p p : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial * G arm ent and textile production has historically been a significant area o f wom en's w ork in T rinidad and T o b ag o. T races the changing form s o fw o m en s participation in this industry within the context o f overall developm ents in the economy. W om en's w ork has ranged from self-em ploym ent, the 'putting o u t' system to industrial w age-labout, although one form was never exclusive. U rban em ploym ent has been im portant for wom en since the 19th centuryand labour organization and struggle an im portant m echanism for challenging the poor working conditions characteristic o f this industry. * [W O M E N W O R K E R S] [T E X T IL E IN D U S T R Y ] [H IS T O R IC A L ANALYSIS] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] XA R eid, Elizabeth Y oung w om en a n d th e H IV epidem ic. In: D evelopm ent: Jo u rn al o fth e Society for International D evelopm ent, no. 1. R om e: 1990.pp G eneral > C D C Serial * Looks at how w om en and youths are increasingly affected by the HIV epidem ic. It is estim ated that one-third o f all those thought to be infected - about 2 million - are tyomen. A lready in Sub-Saharan Africa there are m ore wom en than m en infected. In C entral Afican R epublic, E quatorial G uinea and G abon show nearly three tim es as m any w om en as m en infected. In H onduras, H aiti, the D om inican R epublic, the B aham as and T rinidad and T obago, the m ale ratios o f rep o rted A ID S cases, have dropped rapidly in the last three years from over 6:1 to u n d er 25:1. In term s o f youth at least h a lf o f all those infected are u nder the age o f 25. Gives a b rie f sum m ary o f th e ways in which the virus is transm itted. Exam ines the factors which affect the lives o f wom en and m ake th em m ore vulnerable to H IV infection. T hese factors are; poverty, hom elessness, social and geographical m obility, sexual assualt, civil unrest.com m erce, tourism and social disruption. Suggest ways th at young women through support groups and education should change behavioural patterns and choose relationships based on m utai concern and respect. * [Y O U TH ] [W O M EN] [IN FECTIO U S D ISEA SES] [SEX] [HAITI] [GABON] XI T r in id a d a n d T o b a g o (B W IA I n t e r n a t i o n a l ) A irw a y s C orporation Above a n d b e y o n d -th e a irlin e o fth e New W orld. P ort o fs pain: BW IA (International), 1990._, [29] p. : ill. G eneral > T T P * Gives a b rie f illustrated history o f B W IA starting at 1930 and continuing to the present. Looks at the m ain persons responsible for th e developm ent o f the airline as well as those historical events th at im pacted on it * [AIR T R A N SPO R T ] [H IST O R Y ] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] XI Galy, A braham BWIA's role in a ir freight exports. : tbls. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, M yrtle, ed.. IIC A. Proceedings o f a w orkshop on post harvest handling o f h o rticultural com m odities for e tç o rt. Port o fs p a in : IIC A, 1990.p p W orkshop on Post H arvest H andling o f H o rticultural C om m odities for Exp o rt, S t. A ugustine, Ju n e G eneral > C D C * B rief statem ent on th e current services provided and th e lim itations im posed by the operation o f a passenger/cargo service. States th at a special com m odity freight rate is provided for alm ost all destinations and identifies the m ain exports handled and available cargo space. T ouches on the need for advance cargo bookings, suitable packaging and shipping docum ents. C oncludes that the o peration o f a freighter aircraft to m eet th e increase in exports would result in a substantial increase in the current freight rates and e>q>orters would be requested to have all freight charges paid by the consignee in foreign currency to m eet costs associated with the freighter operation. * [AIR T R A N SPO R T ] [A G R IC U L T U R A L E X PO R T S] [C A R IB B EA N ] X I C A R N EID CA R IC O M /C A RN EID w ork sh o p. Paris: U N E S C O, p. C A R IC O M /C A R N E ID W orkshop, P ort o fs p a in, 18-19M ay 1989.G eneral > C D C * O rganised to identify needs and recom m end guidelines for educational publishing at th e prim ary school level. Provides synopsis o f p apers presented on the proposed regional publishing m echanism. T he role o f books in national developm ent;personal and institutional resources for educational publishing in the C aribbean; critical aspects o f the U W I/U SA ID prim ary education project and the group reports which identify m aterials to be published on the core subject areas o f language arts, social studies, m athem atics and science. * [BOOKS] [PU B LISH IN G ] [PR IM A R Y E D U C A T IO N ] [CA RIBBEA N ] XI R eddock.r hoda C a rib b ean fem in ist tra d itio n. In: W om an Speak, no. 26/ p p : ill. G eneral > C D C Serial * A historical study o f th e fem inist m ovem ent in the C aribbean from slavery and indentureship tq the m odern period. D efines fem inism as the critical consciousness and awareness o f w om en's subordinated and/or exploited position in society and the com m itm ent to do som ething to change it. In light o f this definition two aspects o fth e fem inist struggle are identified; the struggle to m aintain a degree o f autonom y and control over th eir lives; and the m ovem ent o f wom en at a local, national, regional o r international level for certain com m on goals. T he period o f slavery and indentureship illustrated the first aspect o f fem inism in th e C aribbean, while the second aspect becom es apparent during the late 19th and early 20th century with th e spread o f fem inism to the T hird W orld. T he work o f w om en such as A m y A shw oodravey, A udrey Jeffers, Beatrice G reig an d Alma Labadie are featured. * [W O M E N ] [H IS T O R IC A L A N A L Y S IS ] [W O M E N S R IG H T S ] [SLAVERY] [C A R IB B EA N ] 10 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

29 AIO XI M celroy, Jerom e L.; P otter, Bruce; Towle, Edward C hallenges fo r su stain ab le developm ent in sm all C aribbean islands. In: B elter, W., éd.; d'a yala, P., ed.; H ein, P., ed.. Sustainable developm ent and environm ental m anagem ent o f small islands. Paris: U nesco/p arthenon Publishing G ro u p, 1990.p p (M an and th e B iosphere Series). Interoceanic W orkshop on Sustainable D evelopm ent and E nvironm ental M anagem ent o f Small Islands, H um acao,3-7 N ovem ber, G eneral > C D C * T he small tropical C aribbean islands, prim arily those along the Lesser A ntillean chain, have historically experienced prolonged resource exploitatio n, including w idespread deforestation, large scale export m onoculture, chronic em igration and envrionm ental neglect. T he post-w ar period has witnessed rapid urbanization, heavy tourism and m arine degradation from the construction o f transp o rt (air and sea), petroleum facilities and hotels.t o d ay these m icrostates suffer from the loss o f renew able resources, dim inished biological diversity and the abandonm ent o f traditional practices. Suggests th at reversing such tren d s will require strateg iesth at sim ultaneouslyprom ote: (1) habitat restoration; (2) sustainable resource uses; (3) long-term econom ic profitability/adaptability; (4) improved effectiveness o f insular institutions. * [ISLANDS] [R E SO U R C E S M A N A G E M E N T ] [EN V IR O N M E N TA L D E G R A D A T IO N ] [D E V E L O P M E N T P O L IC Y ] [E C O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [C A R IB B EA N ] X I U N IC E F C hild abuse: break in g th e cycle. P ort o f Spain: T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, xv, 380 p. : ill. C aribbean Regional C onference on Child Abuse and Neglect, 1, P ort o f Spain, O ctober G eneral > C D C T h e objectives o fth e conference were to understand child abuse and neglect in the C aribbean context, to exam ine child sexual abuse and its afterm ath and to explore the concept o f em pow erm ent-legal, educational and therapeutic. Provides a b rie f background to the establishm ent o f the m ulti-disciplinary team on child abuse and neglect in T rinidad and T obago; the conference papers and recom m endations grouped under the following headings - definition, legal, em pow erm ent, treatm en t, research and governm ent input (to alleviate the conditions which give rise to child abuse). [CH ILD A B U SE] [C H IL D C A R E ] [C H ILD R EN 'S R IG H T S] [LEG A L A SPEC TS] [L E G A L PR O T E C T IO N ] [SEX U A L V IO L E N C E ] [T E E N A G E PR E G N A N C Y ] [C U L T U R A L FA C TO R S] [CROSS C U L T U R A L ANALYSIS] [SO CIAL SERVICES] [A LCO H O LISM ] [SO CIAL R E SEARCH] [PSY C H O LO G IC A L ASPECTS] [CASE STUD IES] [BAR BA D O S] X I La G ra, Jerry C om m odity system s assessm en t m ethodology fo r problem an d project identification. : ill. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, M yrtle, ed.. IIC A. Proceedings o f a w orkshop on post harvest handling o f horticultural com m odities for export. P o rto fs p a in : IIC A, 1990.p p W orkshop on Post H arvest H andling o f H orticultural C om m odities for Exp o rt, St. A ugustine, June G eneral > C D C Sum m arizes a m ethodological approach for studying com m odity systems which was initiated in 1985 bythe Post-H arvest Institute for Perishables (PIP); the A ssociation o f South E ast A sian N ations (A SEA N ); Food H andling B ureau (A FH B ) and the Inter-A m erican Institute for C ooperation on A griculture (IIC A ). Identifies 26 com ponents which are com m on to m ost com m odities and for each CSAM includes a description o f its im portance and the type o f inform ation to b e collected. A guideline questionnaire is also used to collect baseline inform ation and th e m ethodology includes a variety o f form ats for organizing and presenting the results, (pre-production, production, postharvest, m arketing), identifying o f p rio rity problem s and form ulating realistic solutions to the problem s identified. D efines the m ost salient characteristics o f developm ent projects and th e m inim um inform ation which should be included in a project profile. T he m ethodology has been tested in the Caribb e a n and A S E A N c o u n trie s. T h e C a rib b e a n S tu d ies include a 1986 IIC A /C D B Study o f the production and m arketing constraints o f fruit systems in th e W indw ard Islands, th e results o f which served a sth e basis fo rth e OECS diversification p rogram m e,and in 1988 the O E C S D iversification Program m e for the ejqtort o f non-traditional crops by C D B /IIC A /C A R D I. Based on the experiences in th e C aribbean and th e A SEA N countries th e draft m anual was com piled in 1988 and field tested in M alaysia on caram bola and on ginger in N epal in C oncludes th at CSA M h as proven to be flexible and readily adaptable to circum stances in a variety o f countries; is an effective m ethod to stim ulate inter-institutional and inter-disciplinary coordination and integration; can produce results in a relatively short period o f tim e and facilitates the organization o f decision m aking inform ation in a readily usable form. [PO ST H A R V E S T SY STEM S] [M E T H O D O L O G Y ] [D E V E L O P M E N T PR O JE C T S] [C A R IB B EA N ] [ASIA A N D T H E PA CIFIC] X I H enry-w ilson,m axine A. C o m m u n ity em p o w erm en t: altern ativ e stru c tu re s fo r natio n al developm ent. In: W edderburn, Judith, ed.. Integration and participatory developm ent: selected p apers and proceedings o f th e second conference o f Caribbean econom ists. K ingston: Friedrich E b e rt Stiftung / A ssociation o f Caribbean E conom ists, pp C onference o f C aribbean E conom ists, 2, B ridgetow n, M ay G eneral > C D C Provides inform ation on a collaborative research project undertaken by a num ber o f research centres in C entral A m erica and the C aribbean. The project from the onset states a value for investigation which states that specific form s o f social and econom ic organization structures and practices are m ore consistent w iththe achievem ent o f em pow erm ent th an are o thers. T he objective o fth e project is to test th e extent to which organisations being researched have facilitated such em pow erm ent. Conclusive findings are not presented in this p aper since th e object is not to p resen t finds, but to inform about research, progress and im plem entation. T he m odel o f Popular Participatory Organisations/System s M aintenance o r System s T ransform ation is explained and an overview o f how the project is being p ursued is outlined. Some progress rep o rts o r case studies which have already been im plem ented in Jam aica, N icaragua and Cuba are outlined. T he aim o fth e program m e is to undertake a m icroscopic exam ination o f innovative m echanism for the prom otion o f developm ent. [A SSO CIA TIO N S] [CA SE STU D IE S] [EC O N O M IC A N D SO CIA L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [C A R IB B EA N ] X I C ooke, A lister Com puterization in sm all ports. In: C aribbean Shipping, M ay p p : ill.g en eral > C D C Serial Presents options available for th e com puterization o f sm all p o rts and the steps th at should be follow ed. T he equipm ent necessary would be networked personal com puters with stand-alone capabilities and linked to m ainfram e com puters. T h e softw are products th a t can be used are C om puter-a ided Software Engineering, Advanced Project M anagem entt echniques,or Application G en erato rs. It is im portant how ever to ensure th at the software choosen can accom m odate inevitable changes in th e port system. Recom m ends th at the process o f com puterization should begin with establishing a Critical Success Factor (CSF) and Strategic D irection in order to evaluate CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

30 AIO. current and future p o rt options and relate these options to target applications. Concludes that the personnel involved in draftingproposals for com puterization should also be involved in the actual application. * [PO R TS] [E L E C T R O N IC D A T A PR O C ESSIN G ] [C O M PU TERS] [CA RIBBEA N ] X I L evitt, K ari D ebt a d ju stm e n t a n d developm ent: a perspective o f th e 1990's. Port-of-Spain: C entral Bank o ft rin id ad and Tobago, 1990._, [42p.] G eneral > T T P * L ooks at a m acrocosm o f the T hird W orld in general and the C aribbean in particular within th e in ternational econom ic o rd er briefly analysing the histo ry o fth e international political econom yin o rd er, to gain a w iderperspective on deb t, adjustm ent and developm ent. N otes the declining im portance o fth e peripheries to the industrialized w orld, the end o f th e era o f International D evelopm ent A ssistance, and th e negative net transfers to creditor countries. Q uestions the rational o f the adjustm ent process and finally exam ines the m icroeconom ies o f W orld B ank structure adjustm ent loans * [EC O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [D EB T M A N A G E M E N T ] [PU BLIC D EBT] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] [T H E O R E T IC A L O R M E T H O D O L O G IC A L D O C U M E N TS] X I M a n d le.ja y R. Econom ic developm ent in th e C aribbean : facilitating technological innovation. In: C aribbean A ffairs, v o l.3, n o.3. P o rto fs p a in : p p.l-1 7 : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial * C onsiders the need for C aribbean nations to facilitate technical innovations in production in o rd er to p rom ote th e process o f econom ic developm ent. The region's long p a tte rn o f technological dependency on foreign equipm ent and m ethods o f production gained from abroad m ust be reversed. N otes th at in o rd er for the C aribbean tru ly to develop it m ust increase its technical m astery and prom oted an industrial sector capable o f modifying existing and introducing new m ethods o f production. W est Indian econom ic history provides p ro o f o f how the islands w ere technologically stagnant during th e colonial era. This situation rem ained the same during th e era o f "industrialization by invitation" since the little foreign investm ent which was encouraged was confined m ostly to the islands o f Jam aica and T rinidad and T obago. G overnm ent policy and greater Caribbean integration are necessary for the reversal o f this developm ental process. * [E C O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [T E C H N O L O G IC A L D E P E N D ENCE] [FO R E IG N IN V ESTM EN TS] [T E C H N O L O G IC A L C H A N G E] [IN N O V A TIO N S] [IN D U ST R IA L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [CA RIBBEA N ] XI T hom as, Clive Y. Econom ic policy an d su stain ab le developm ent in th e C aribb ean. In: Cox, Jo h n,c o m p, and ed.; E m b re e,c. (S id ),c o m p.a n d ed..s ustainable developm ent in the C aribbean: a report on the public policy im plications o f sustainable developm ent in the C aribbean Region C onference. Halifax: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1990.pp C onference on Public Policy Im plications on Sustainable D evelopm ent in the C aribbean R egion, Halifax, M ay G eneral > C D C * Based on the definition "sustainable developm ent is about being fair to the future. It is about leaving the next generation a sim ilar o r b etter resource endowment than that which one inherited." Analyses the economic policy im plications o f sustainable developm ent. Suggests an o p erational division o f the fram ew ork needs to be flexible enough to cope with five factors. E ram ines the present state o fth eo retical developm ent and poin ts out that m anyfundam ental issues rem ain unresolved - which create m ajor dilem m as for public policy. Calls for innovations in environm ental accounting and cost-benefit analysis and identifies areas o fp rio rity for research and developm ent. Stresses the im portance o f m acroeconom ic policies and briefly discusses institutional and organizational issues, international dim ensions and social issues critical to the successful im plem entation o f an econom ic policy fram ew ork-poverty, public dialogue and aw areness, w om en, N G O 's and p opulation policy. C oncludes that sustainable developm ent is a concept whose tim e has arrived and refers to th e dangers and pitfalls o f its acceptance. Sustainable developm ent focuses on the ultim ately lim iting nature o f the natural environm ent em phasizing th e finite dim ensions o f natural resources. Suggests th at em phasis should also be placed on h um an resources which are unlim ited and which grow in efficiency through use. * [R E SO U R C E S M A N A G E M E N T ] [IN S T IT U T IO N A L FRA M EW O R K ] [D E V E L O P M E N T S T R A T E G Y ] [CARIB B EA N ] XI T hom pson, Patricia Y. E ducation tools to facilita te beh av io u r ch an g e. In: C ajanus: the C aribbean Food and N utrition Institute Q uarterly, vol. 23, n o p p : tb ls.g e n e ra l > C D C Serial * P roposes th at to achieve long-term control over dietary problem s, there m ust be change in behaviour p attern s related to eating. T h e success o f nutrition education can be m easured in behavioural term s. T he C aribbean Food and N utrition Institute (C FN I) has outlined procedures and strategies to em ploy in effecting nutrition aw areness for n utrition-related disorders such as obesity, diabetes, and hypertension. It is em phasised throughout these program m es that patient involvem ent is critical for achieving success. T he E ating Plan form, P ortion Allow ances and Intake C ontrol form s and Food C onsum ption E valuation form are all p art o f the program m e, w here the p atient evaluates his/her own dietary hab its and eventual needs in this area. The role o f the counsellor is to translate these principles into actual educational m aterials and aids suited to th e p articular p atien t. Exam ples o f the form s are given, accom panied with explanations o f th eir uses. T he approach explored has given good results. * [D IET] [B E H A V IO U R ] [N U TR IT IO N ] [C A R IB B EA N ] X I D e V erteuil, M ichael Ethics am ong professionals: a philosophical view of a universal system. In: Caribbean Affairs, vol. 3, no. 3. Port o f Spain: pp G eneral > C D C Serial * P resents a philosophical perspective on ethics, the view th at ethics m ust be considered a system. T here is a practical side to the system th at determ ines what is right and what is w rong; but there is also a system atic side: ethics as a value system, valid for all hum an beings and for every aspect o f life. G ives a general overview ofthe characteristics o f an ethical system and explains clearly how im portant it is to recognise the laws o f ethics as reality. Exam ines th e two levels o f ethics, the m icro and m acro-ethics applied to reality by professionals. Suggests that a vast m ajority o f professionals o p erate at the m icro-ethical level with grave consequences. T hey alm ost always accept things on the basis that they are not involved, they are operating at a level o f ethics. T he danger o f this situation is th at preserving the status quo becom es totally unacceptable, yet professionals continue to accept it and operate at the m icro-ethical level. * [ETHICS] [VALUE SYSTEM S] [SOCIAL V A LU ES] [CARIBBEAN ] 12 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

31 X I F o o te, N elson N. E th n ic a n d econom ic p lu ra lism : n o race is a m a jo rity - all a re m in o ritie s. In: C aribbean A ffairs, vol. 3, no. 3. P o rt o f Spain: p p G eneral > C D C Serial * G ives ideas on th e m arketing o f an ethnic product, defined as a product that is an authentic expression o f a culture o r sub-culture. E xam ples o f possible products em inating from T rinidad and T obago are the steelband and the creativity behind C arnival. Explains the potential for converting ethnic traits into speciality exports. T rinidad because o f its m ulticultural society is in a position to d em onstrate to o th er developing countries th e way to com bine ethnic pluralism with econom ic pluralism. * [E T H N IC M IN O R IT IE S] [ETH N IC G R O U P S] [M A N U FA C T U R E D P R O D U C T S ] [R A C E R E L A T IO N S ] [C A R IBBEA N ] X I F o rm a l la u n c h in g o f th e In d e p e n d e n t W est In d ia n C o m m issio n. P o rt o fs p a in : G overnm ent P rintery, p. G eneral > C D C T T P * C ontains addresses by Prim e M inister A J 9 R. R obinson, Prim e M inister Jo h n C om pton, R oderick R ainford, Sir Shridath R am phal and D am e Nita B arrow. Also contains A nnex 1 - G rand A nse D eclaration and W ork P ro gram m es for the advancem ent o f the Integration M ovem ent and A nnex 11 - T he W est Indies 1992 and beyond. * [IN T E G R A T E D D E V E L O P M E N T ] [C A R IB B EA N ] [C A R IB B EA N ] intellectual developm ents in th e N ew Jew el M ovem ent which eventually facilitated the collapse o fth e G renada R evolution in * [R E V O L U T IO N ] [PO L IT IC A L D O C T R IN E S ] [PO LITIC A L P A R T IE S] [PO L IT IC A L T H E O R Y ] [ID E O L O G IE S ] [CA RIBBEA N ] X I G ren ad a: th e w ay forw ard in th e decade o f th e 90%. P ort o f Spain: R egional Econom ic C onference, _, 17 p R egional E conom ic C onference, P o rt o f Spain, 27 F ebruary - 1 M arch G eneral * T h e decade o f th e 90's holds no magic form ula for th e transform ation o f sm all open depen d en t econom ies like G renad a 's. M uch to th e contrary, m ajor indicators point to difficult tim es ahead which will w arrant a serious rethinking o f conventional developm ent strategies th at place heavy reliance on external resources, natural resources utilization and sheltered m arketsasp rereq u isites for grow th and developm ent. T h e m ajor global econom ic tren d s in the international econom y require the region and, th erefore the G renadian governm ent, to em bark on developm ent strategies so as "not to miss the b o at. In th e case o f G renada th e m ajor elem ents o f this new developm ent strategy which objective reality dictates are g re a te r self reliance and sufficiency, export grow th, and hum an resource developm ent. T he g reatest opportunities that these developm ents p resen t is th e realization th at econom ic survival for C aribbean and econom ies is predicated upon th e pooling o f the collective resources o f th e region * [E C O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [D E V E L O P M E N T STR A TEG Y ] [E C O N O M IC C O O P E R A T IO N ] [R E G IO N A L C O O P E R A T IO N ] [G R E N A D A ] [C A R IB B EA N ] [G R E N A D A ] X I C om pton, John G ettin g on w ith th e jo b o f C a rib b ean survival. In: Form al launching o f the independent W est Indian Com m ission - p rep aring the people o f the W est Indies for the tw enty-first century. Port-of-Spain: Office o fth e Prim e M inister, 1990.pp G eneral > T T P * Sees six recent developm ents as causes o f m ajor concern for th e m em ber countries in the 1990's and beyond. ( 1) R em arkable advance o fth e application o f rapidly changing technologies in m icroelectronics, bio-chem istry, robotics etc. (2) F orm ation o f the single E uro p ean M arket in (3) F orm ation o f the C anada - U SA F ree T rad e A rea. (4) Likely expansion o f th e E uropean C om m unity to include all the E astern E u ropean countries. (5) C ertain dim u nition o f interest in o u r part o f the world by both superpow ers. (6) C reation o f trad e and econom ic blocks am ong countries o f the Pacific Rim * [IN T E G R A T E D D E V E L O P M E N T ] [EC O N O M IC A N D SO C IA L D E V E LO PM EN T ] [CARIBBEAN] [CARIBBEAN] X I M ills, C harles W. G etting o u t o f th e cave: ten sio n betw een dem ocracy an d elitism in M arx 's theory o f cognitive liberation. In: Social and Econom ic Studies, vol. 39, no. 1. M ona: pp G eneral > C D C Serial * E m ancipatory social m ovem ents have to struggle on intellectual, political and econom ic fronts. Analyses the O cto b er 1983 disaster in G renada from a philosophical perspective, by contrasting two classic m odels o f cognitive im prisonm ent and em ancipation : Platos "Allegory o f the C ave and K arl M arx s view of ruling-class ideological dom ination. T he first p art o f this pap er sets up the general theoretical fram ew ork for identifying som e o fth e potential problem s and tensions involved. T he second part looks specifically at the X I Y oung, Virginia H. H ouseh o ld stru c tu re in a W est In d ia n society. In: Social and Econom ic Studies, v o l.39, n o.3. K ingston: 1990.p p : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial * C om parison o f fem ale-headed and couple headed W est Indian households o f lower-class and m iddle-class statics shows they are sim ilar in class distribution o f headship form, em ploym ent o f fem ale h ead, inclusion o f adult sons and daughters, and in organisational stru ctu re. T he widely varying dom estic practices represented by these households are analysed as an integrated system with a structure and ideology which includes th e low-valued and the high-valued dom estic form s. * [H O U S E H O L D SU R V E Y S] [SO C IA L S T R U C T U R E ] [SO C IO LO G I C A L ANALY SIS] [FA M ILY E N V IR O N M E N T ] [CA RIBBEA N ] XI Jackson, Ivor L in k s betw een to u rism, ag ric u ltu re a n d th e enviro n m en t. In: C ourier, no B russels: p p G eneral > C D C Serial * D iscusses the linkages betw een tourism and the environm ent and tourism and agriculture. Explains th at th ere are both positive and negative linkages betw een all these sectors. T ourism has h ad a trem endous impact on the environm ent. It has opened opportu n ities for to u rist to enjoy th e earth's treasu res and rew arded indigenous com m unities by heightening appreciation o f the environm ent. H ow ever this opening up has put pressure on natural resources from th e constant flow o f tourist and th e building o f tourism infrastructure. In the case o f agriculture it h as affected th e environm ent through the use o f agro-chem icals and slash and bu rn agricultural techniques. How ever th ere can be a positive link to tourism through the exposure o f the tourist to local cuisine. It is noted that tourism and agriculture are largely CARISPLAN Abstracts,No.22,

32 AIO. dependent on th e natural resources o f th e environm ent. It is im portant therefore to find solutions to the problem s o f exploitation and pollution. * [TO U R ISM ] [E N V IR O N M E N T A L E FFE C T S] [A G R IC U L T U R E ] [C A RIBBEA N ] X I B rittain, A nn W. M igration and the demographic transition: a West Indian example. In: Social and Econom ic Studies, vol. 39, no. 3. K ingston: 1990.p p : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial * Two problem s o f the C aribbean region are the large-scale em igration o f am bitious and educated youth and sustained high birth rates. Shows th at for St.B arthelem y(french W est Indies) m igration ratespositivelyinfluence birth rates. C rude rates o f b irth, death and em igration w ere calculated from 1880 through to T here w as no statistically significant relationship betw een the death rate and birth rate. Instead, th e p ro b ab ility o f em igration accounted for 34 p er cent o f th e variation in th e crude b irth rate, with increases in em igration being followed by increases in the birth rate five years later. * [M IG R A T IO N ] [D E M O G R A P H IC A N A LY SIS] [B IR T H R A T E ] [DEATH RA TE] [PO PU LA T IO N CENSUSES] [CARIBBEAN] X I Regis, Louis M usic of suffering and survival. "Doh beat M am a Popo : reflections of child abuse in the calypso. In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking the cycle. P o rt o f Spain: T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, pp C aribbean R egional C onference on Child abuse and N eglect, l,p o rt o f Spain, O ctober G eneral > C D C * T here are few calypsos which deal with child abuse as the m ain them e, although there are several in which th e issue is raised o r m entioned, incidental to the singer's m ain purpose. S tates th at the International Y ear o f the Child had little impact on the calypsos for that year. Inatten tio n to child abuse is considered part o f a larger scenario o f indifference tow ards th e family. Exam ines in detail the calypsos which deal with m ale-fem ale relationships and family neglect, corporal punishm ent, sexual offences and those referred to as the new dispensation - calypsos which extol w om an o r try to erase the negative image th at calypso has encouraged - a new attitude to the family. Concludes that although child abuse has not inspired m any calypsos, the few songs on the them e are moving and pow erful. Such calypsos differ from the g enre, in th at while calypsosgenerallyavoidpreachingand m oralizing, they are didactic in tone and purp o se, aim ing to have delinquent p aren tsam en d th eir behaviour and advocating stern punishm ents for sexual offenders. A ttem pts to find answ ers for the neglect o f the issue in calypso. * [C H ILD A B U SE] [CALYPSO ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] XI C hatoor, Benedict New developments in packaging m aterial for use in exporting fresh horticultural products. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, M yrtle, ed.. IIC A. Proceedings o f a workshop on post harvest handling o f horticultural com m odities for export. Port o f Spain: IIC A, pp W orkshop on Post H arvest H andling o f H orticultural C om m odities for Exp o rt, St. A ugustine, June G eneral > C D C * D iscusses the use, availability and new developm ents in th e dom inant packaging m aterials - wood, p ap erb o ard and plastic. S tates th at local species o f natural wood need to be identified as a resource base for a w ood package industry and the saving, slicing and peeling facilities will need to be established. N otes th at th e use o f w ood has b een restricted to pallet construction and field handling containers. Re-cycled p ap er trays and inserts are com m onplace in th e packaging o f h o rticultural products and waste shredded pap er is gaining in popularity. C autions selection and use o f these m aterials is recom m ended since they are not suitable for all pro d u cts. Plastics have not been as dom inant as p aper in h o rticultural exports how ever, grow th has increased and the largest area in the h o rticultural export business is th e developm ent o f films o f various types for w rapping, sealing, strapping and lining. R efers to the protection o f th e environm ent as th e g reatest challenge facing the plastic industry and the need for the production o f m ore environm entally friendly yet ftinctional low-cost m aterials. C oncludes th at an understanding o f the entire chain in the product life, the product requirem ents and delivery quality or end-user requirem ents are needed before package design or package selection. Calls on exporters to be on the look out for new developm ents, special considerations and regulations which are introduced in the developed countries since they wiil be the first to feel the effects. * [PA C K A G IN G ] [W O O D ] [C A R D B O A R D ] [PLASTICS] [CA RIB B EA N ] [TH E W O R LD ] XI R obinson, A.N.R. Opening address. In: Form al launching o fth e independent W est Indian Com m ission - p rep aring the people o f the W est Indies for the twenty-first century. Port o f Spain: Office o f the Prim e M inister, p p G eneral > T T P * States th at the role o f th e C om m ission was to ensure the im plem entation by mid-1993 o f all agreem ents m ade u n d er th e T reaty o f C haguaram as. Points out th at the H eads ofg overn m ents at th e Conference in G renada in July 1989 showed resolute d eterm ination th at integration arrangem ents m ust be m ade to work fully and effectively to assist the countries in m eeting th e challenges o f the next decade and th e tw entieth century * [IN T E G R A T E D D E V E L O P M E N T ] [EC O N O M IC A N D SO C IA L D E V E L O PM E N T ] [CA R IBBEA N ] [C A R IB B EA N ] X I O u r weaknesses as we see them. In: W om an Speak, n o.26/ p p G eneral > C D C Serial * A collection o f b rie f statem ents by w om en from different islands who are involved in w om en's organizations, trad e unions, and political parties. T hese statem ents are m ade on specific topics th at th ey perceive as w eaknesses that hinder the developm ent o f w om en. T he subject areas discussed are party tribalism, party control, class contradictions, m ale p atronage and control, w om en's invisibility in mixed organisations, w om en's lack o f control over their lives, difficulty reconciling w om en's practical and strategic needs, m oney and the politics o f and problem s o f organisational dem ocracy. * [W O M EN] [PO L IT IC A L PA R T IE S] [W O M E N S O R G A N IZ A T IO N ] [CARIBBEA N ] X I H older, Jean Overcoming th e socio-cultural and environm ental im pacts of tourism : the verdict for the C aribbean. In: C ourier, no B russels: 1990.p p G eneral > C D C Serial 14 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No.22,1991

33 AIO. * By definition tourism is an environm entally dependent industry. T he tourist m ust have a host com m unity and the traveller a physical destination. T he interaction betw een the tourist and the host society leads to the destruction o f the social o r physical fabric o f th at society and by natural extension the tourism activity itself. T h ere is a view held by som e environm entalists th at this self-destruction is an inevitable result o f the interaction betw een tourist and th e environm ent. T he theory th at supports this puts forw ard the hypothesis that:t ourism alm ost inevitably develops and declines. T he phases o f that theory is explained and a b rie f com m ent is given on th e on-going d e b a te. [S O C IA L C O S T S ] [TO U R ISM ] [E N V IR O N M E N T A L E F F E C T S ] [SO C IA L IM PLIC A TIO N S] [C U L T U R A L FA C TO R S] [C O N SE R V A T IO N O F C U L T U R A L H E R IT A G E ] [CA RIBBEA N ] X I B randt, E dm und Packaging an d labelling requirem ents fo r exporting. : ill. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, M yrtle, ed.. IIC A. Proceedings o f a w orkshop on post harvest handling o f horticultural com m odities for export. P o rto fs p a in : IIC A, 1990.p p W orkshop on Post H arvest H andling o f H orticultural C om m odities fo r Exp o rt, St. A ugustine, June G eneral > C D C D efines the current and future requirem ents for exports ofhorticu ltu ral and o th er com m odities into the N orth A m erican and E uropean com m odity m arkets. Provides a basic check list o f technical requirem ents for a m anufacturer seeking entry into a new m arket, the elem ents to consider for labelling, the label inform ation, the label itself, b ar codes, retail packaging, basic characteristics o f plastic m aterials (food grade and non-food grade) and the basic technical specifications for the procurem ent o f corrugated boxes. D iscusses tam per-evident packaging and the education o f the consum er to recognize signs o f tam pering, hygiene o f packaged food and adulteration o f food. Provides com m odity packaging requirem ents for a num ber o f fruits and vegetables (av acad o,b read fru it,co co n u t,d ash een,ed d o e, sweet p o tato, w ater coconut, w aterm elon, yam, eggplant,ginger,hot pepper, m ango,m elon, cantaloupe, honeydew, okra,p lantain, pum pkin); international m arket requirem ents for som e selected com m odities (passion fru it, papaya, m angoes, pineapples, ginger, m elon); additives with E uropean E num bers; requirem ents for spices according to honest trading practices and concludes with a list o f regional packing com panies (nam e, contact p erson, address, telephone num ber and p ro d u c t). [L A B E L L IN G ] [PA C K A G IN G ] [C O N TA IN ERS] [C O N SU M ER P R O T E C T IO N ] [Q U A L IT Y STA N D A R D S] [FO O D A D D ITIV E S] [EX PORTS] [FRUITS] [V EG ETA B LES] [SPICES] [CARIBBEAN] XI E C L A C /C E L A D E D em ography Unit P o p u latio n projections fo r eight C arib b ean countries P ort o f Spain: E C LA C. Subregional H eadquarters for the C aribbean, viii, 243 p. : tbls. L C /C A R /G 311 G eneral > C D C UN R eport presented in two parts. Part one discusses the base data, the m ethodology and assum ptions used with em phasis placed on th e analysis o f census data. Part two provides analysis o fth e results for each country together with a b rie f discussion o f changes im plied by the projections in the vital and reproduction rates. Study covers Belize, British V irgin Islands, D om inica, G ren ad a, M o n tserrat, Saint C hristopher and Nevis, Saint Lucia and Saint V incent and the G renadines. [PO PU L A T IO N P R O JE C T IO N S ] [CA RIBBEA N ] [D E M O G R A P H IC STA TISTICS] X I S a n k a t.c X. P o st h a rv e st h a n d lin g a n d sto rag e o f fresh fru its. : ill. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, M yrtle, ed.. IIC A. Proceedings o f a w orkshop on post harvest handling o fh o rtic u ltu ra l com m odities for export. P o rto fs p a in : IIC A, p p W orkshop on Post H arvest H andling o f H orticultural C om m odities for Exp o rt, St. A ugustine, Ju n e G eneral > C D C D eals with the preservation o f fruits in th e fresh state with m inim um loss in quality during the handling and storage p eriod - retard a tio n o f physiological and biochem ical changes associated with ripening and senescence. Examines the four stages in th e life o f fruits and explains the processes o f respiration and tran sp iratio n. U ses studies on Julie m angoes to illustrate the chemical changes which occur in fruits after harvest - physical (weight loss, volume loss o r shrinkage, specific gravity, firm ness) and th e chem ical changes in the sugar and acid contents. D iscusses th e m ain considerations o f product quality m anagem ent (fruit m aturity and h arvest, harvesting m ethods and transport) ; tem perature m anagem ent (recom m ended storage tem peratures, relative hum idity, pre-cooling, freezing and chilling injury). Provides tips for avoiding dam age w hen tran sp o rtin g com m odities and on storing fruits and vegetables as appendices. [PO ST -H A R V E ST SY STEM S] [Q U A L IT Y C O N T R O L ] [A G R IC U L T U R A L EX PO R TS] [FR U ITS] [C A R IB B EA N ] X I N em a, Luc P o st h arv est h a n d lin g system s fo r tro p ic al c u t flowers, foliage an d potted p la n ts. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, M yrtle, ed.. IIC A. Proceedings o f a w orkshop on post harvest handling o fh o rtic u ltu ra l com m odities for export. P o rto fs p a in : IIC A, 1990.p p W orkshop on Post H arvest H andling o f H orticultural C om m odities for Exp o rt, St. A ugustine, Ju n e G eneral > C D C D escribes the characteristics o f cutflow ers and foliage after harvesting, and treatm ent required to ensure survival and prolong life after consum er purchase. Lists the basic rules, pre-treatm ent, packaging and transport requirem ents which are im portant in m aintaining a quality product. Concludes with considerations for the producer and final consum er. [FLO W ERS] [EX PO R TS] [Q U A L IT Y C O N T R O L ] [CA RIBBEA N ] X I M oham m ed, M ajeed P o st h a rv e st h a n d lin g system s fo r vegetables. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, M yrtle, ed.. IIC A. Proceedings o f a w orkshop o n post harvest handling o fh o rtic u ltu ra l com m odities for export. P o rto fs p a in : IIC A, 1990.p p W orkshop on Post H arvest H andling o f H o rticultural Com m odities for Exp o rt, St. A ugustine, Ju n e G eneral > C D C Identifies the com ponents o f a typical post-harvest system and states that each com ponent m ust be effectively m anaged so th at th e produce is delivered to the consum er in an acceptable condition at m inim al cost. Post-harvest m anagem ent related to the grow ing o f fresh produce for th e export m arket m ust be based on the m anagem ent o f quality. Exam ines the effects o f environm ent and tim e on quality and identifies th e types o f deterioration as physical, pathological and physiological o r a com bination o f all three. Looks at the n ature and causes o f d eterio ratio n - initial produce quality, tem perature and hum idity (provides tables on optim um conditions), physical handling, packaging and tran sp o rtatio n. C oncludes th a t th e basis fo r m anagem ent of quality is predection o f dam age resulting from the susceptibility o f the produce to the hazards o f d istribution and identifies the 3 R 's in the export business as: Respect ten d er crops th at are easily dam aged; R efrigerate to CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

34 AIO. curtail life process, conserve quality, curtail dehydration and inhibit pathogens; and R ush to ensure freshness and acceptance by a critical im porter or consum er. * [P O S T -H A R V E S T S Y S T E M S ] [A G R IC U L T U R A L E X P O R T S ] [V EG ETA B LES] [Q U A LIT Y C O N T R O L ] [C A R IB B EA N ] X I E lango, F ritz P ost-harvest pathology o f fruits an d vegetables. : tbls. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, M yrtle, ed.. IIC A. Proceedings o f a w orkshop on post harvest handling o f horticultural com m odities for e jç o rt. P ort o f Spain: IIC A, p p W orkshop on Post H arvest H andling o f H orticultural C om m odities for Exp o rt, St. A ugustine, Ju n e G eneral > C D C * Likens post-harvest deterio ratio n problem s to a leaky pipeline and provides tables to underscore th e m agnitude o f post-harvest losses in tropical root crops (25 p er cen t), in selected fruits and vegetables and specific com m odities. Defines post-harvest diseases as those th at develop during harvesting, grading, packaging, transportation to m arket, during storage and handling. Exam ines the effects o f post-harvest diseases on produce and identifies the symptoms o fth e diseases and th e causes o f deterio ratio n. D efines th e objective o f post-harvest storage and th e m ethods generally used for controlling deterioration - careful handling and protective packaging, inducing wound b arriers, m odified atm ospheres, hypobaric storage, m anipulation o f relative hum idity (R H ), tem p eratu re m anagem ent, application o f chem icals after harvest, and biological control. Provides a sum m ary on control o f some post-harvest diseases and discusses the strategy used for controlling post-harvest diseases caused by bacteria. * [PO ST-HA RVEST LOSSES] [PO ST -H A RV EST SYSTEM S] [CARIB BEAN] X I M iller, E rro l P rim a ry education a n d literacy in th e C a rib b ean. In: C aribbean A ffairs, v o l.3, n o.3. P ort o fs p a in : 1990.pp : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial * T he W orld C onference on E ducation for All held in T hailand, M arch 5-9, 1990 was sponsored by the W orld B ank, the U nited N ations agencies and a host o f bilateral and m ultilateral agencies. T he conference addressed the issues and dem ands related to providing all children and adults on the planet with basic education. A ttem pts to determ ine w here the C aribbean is currently, relative to the targets suggested by the D raft Fram ew ork o f A ction which was discussed at th e C onference. Also attem pts to identify areas o f concern and targets that C aribbean countries need to w ork tow ard in seeking to provide basic education for all. T h e analysis is based on data collected from various islands and looks at prim ary schooling, the efficiency o r accom plishm ents o f the Caribbean countries and the perform ance o f the students. The C onference sought to develop new global com m itm ent and encourage the setting o f appropriate national targets. [B A S IC E D U C A T IO N ] [P R IM A R Y E D U C A T IO N ] [E D U C A T IO N A L SY STEM S] [T E A C H IN G P E R S O N N E L ] [ST U D E N T S ] [E D U C A - T IO N A L C O S T S ] [C A R IB B EA N ] XI Planella, Isidro, e d.; Seepersad, M yrtle, e d. IICA P roceedings o f a w orkshop on p o st h a rv e st h a n d lin g o f h o rtic u ltu ra l co m m odities fo r export. P o rt o f Spain: IIC A, iii, 238 p. A2/TT W orkshop on Post H arvest H andling o f H o rticultural C om m odities for Exp o rt, St. A ugustine, Ju n e G eneral > C D C * Organized as part o f the thrust to increase agricultural exports, the objectives o f the workshop w ere to tran sfer technology to exporters o f horticultural products from T rinidad and T obago in o rd er to encourage th e effective and efficient developm ent o f the export sector; to analyze th e m ain technological advances as applied to th e business o f exporting h o rticultural products; to discuss: m arketing opportunities for selected com m odities; air and sea transport; packaging m aterials being used in m arketing o f h o rticultural products in international m arkets; financing for export and the adm inistrative procedures required for th e e îç o rt o f h o rticultural products. C ontains all the papers presented to g eth er with a sum m ary o f m ain conclusions and recom m endations. * [PO ST -H A R V E ST SY STEM S] [PO ST -H A R V E ST LOSSES] [M A R K E T IN G ] [L A B E L L IN G ] [P A C K A G IN G ] [A IR T R A N S P O R T ] [STA N D A R D S] [PE S T IC ID E R E S ID U E S ] [Q U A R A N T IN E ] [FA R M E R S ' A SSO C IA TIO N S] [Q U A L IT Y C O N T R O L ] [FO O D A D D ITIV E S] [A G R IC U L T U R A L E X P O R T S ] [F R U IT S ] [F L O W E R S ] [R O O T CROPS] [V EG E TA B LES] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] XI R e p o rt on n a tio n a l co n su lta tio n s p re p a ra to ry to th e R egional E conom ic C onference. P o rto fs p a in : R egional E conom ic C onference, p. R egional Econom ic C onference, P o rt o fs p a in, 27 F eb ru ary - 1 M arch G E N E R A L * C ontains th e national consultations o f th e following m em ber states: Belize, D om inica, G ren ad a, G uyana, Jam aica, St. K itts and Nevis, St. V incent and the G renadines and T rinidad and T obago * [E C O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [R E G IO N A L C O O P E R A T IO N ] [D E V E L O P M E N T PO LIC Y ] [B E LIZE ] [D O M IN IC A ] [G R E N A D A ] [G U Y A N A ] [JA M A IC A ] [ST.K ITTS A N D N EVIS] [ST. V IN C E N T AND T H E G R E N A D IN E S] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] XI Palm er, Ransford Surplus labour economy affects technological advances. In: C aribbean A ffairs, v o l.4, no p p G eneral > C D C Serial * Exam ines the view th at in a surplus labour econom y, the engine o f growth is not technology but cheap labour. P roposes th at the availability o f cheap labour m eans that jo b s require only basic training because production utilizes simple technology. Explains th at surplus labour eventually leads to the m ovem ent o f technology as an engine o f g ro w th. T he reasoning being th at surplus labour is absorbed over tim e, wages will rise inducing firm s to substitute capital for labour, and th at o p p ortunity for the substitution opens the way for new technology. T he relationship betw een ratio o f capital to labour follows the p attern of, once capital flows, m ore capital equipm ent is applied to production and employed workers will require greater skills to use the equipm ent. T he issue o f investm ent and export production sets out a different outcom e to the labour-capital ratio.t he p a tte rn established in this case is th at the grow th o f e>q>orts dry up the pool o f cheap labour and increases labour cost. T his th en forces th e producer to adopt new technology to achieve the desired rate o f retu rn on investm ent. P roposes an extension service attached to the U niversity o f the W est Indies, whose sole purpose is to collect inform a tion on technology. T he reason being th at m any small C aribbean firm s do not have access to inform ation on the latest in appropriate technology. A p ro 16 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

35 AIO. gram m e o f this n ature would allow th e C aribbean to capitalize on m ajor new advantages. * [T E C H N O L O G IC A L P R O G R E SS] [EC O N O M IC G R O W T H ] [C A PI T A L ] [LA B O U R ] [C A R IBBEA N ] XI Regis, H um phrey Theoretical fram ework for th e study of cultural dom ination by re-exportation. In: C aribbean A ffairs, v o l.4, no p p G eneral > > C D C Serial * D iscusses th e concept o f cultural dom ination by re-exportation. C ultural dom ination is defined as an indigenous culture em inating from one country but being influenced by a foreign culture. Focuses particularly on the C aribbean C ulture. D om ination h as two processes: by exportation o r im portation; and by re-exportation. These processes also have different stages o f developm ent. T h e first, exportation/im portation, h as th re e stages: th e society outside th e C aribbean em phasises p attern s in its culture; th e export o f these p attern s to th e C aribbean; and th e C aribbean adopting th e p attern s. T h e second process re-exportation has five elem ents: the C aribbean em phasisingpatterns in its own culture; th e exportation th e p attern s to o th er cultures; they are m odified to suit this new culture; the re-im portation o fth e m odified p attern ; and th e adoption o f the p attern. Exam ines th e re-exportation o f calypso and reggae betw een the U nited States and th e C aribbean. A n illustration o f this is th e im portation by th e C aribbean o f th e song "Rum and Coca Cola." C om m unication is an im portant factor in cultural dom ination, and the relationship betw een them is described as the correlation perspective, the transm ission perspective and th e preservation perspective. T h e first deals with acceptance o fth e relationship betw een th e culture and its people. T he second transm its the culture to th e external culture and th e th ird com m unicates or persuades th e recognition o f the culture by the external culture. T he role o f th e hum an being in com m unicating these cultural p attern s, and th e role o fth e m edia is also exam ined. C oncludes with the proposal th at support m ust be established to show th at cultural dom ination exdst and th at re-exportation o f culture is a fact o f life in the C aribbean. T he role o f M ass Com m unications m ust be explored and th e im portance o f individuals, groups, regional and transnational institutions m ust be established in th eir role in transferring the cultural patterns o f the Caribbean. * [C U L TU R E] [D ISSEM IN A TIO N O F C U L T U R E ] [EX PO R TS] [IM PO R T S] [C A R IB B EA N ] [E U R O P E ] X I M cd onald, Ian To b e a W est In d ia n : a p erso n al view o f th e in teg ratio n m ovem e n t. In: C aribbean A ffairs, vol. 3, no. 3. P ort o f Spain: p p G eneral > C D C Serial * G ives a very personal view on the idea o f being W est Indian which is expressed as stem m ing firstly from th e family and th en secondly from the political, econom ic and social interactions o f the C aribbean region. Views were shared on organisations such as C A R IC O M, th e U niversity o f the W est Indies, a W est Indian Stock Exchange and a W est Indian M onetary U nion. Discusses at som e length the intellectual and cultural aspects o f W est Indian integration. Suggests th at th erein lies the greatest hope W est Indias have for practical progress and the widest scope for deepening o u r experiences as a people o fth e W est Indies. * [R E G IO N A L IN T E G R A T IO N ] [W EST IN D IA N S] [PO LITIC A L IN T E G R A T IO N ] [C A R IC O M ] [E D U C A T IO N A L IN S T IT U T IO N S ] [C O U R TS] [FIN A N C IA L M A R K E T] [M O N E TA R Y A R EA S] [C U L T U R A L IN T E G R A T IO N ] [SPORTS] [CA RIBBEA N ] XI R agoonath,b ishnu,ed. Tribute to a scholar - appreciating C X JI. Jam es. Kingston: UW I. Consortium G raduate School o f Social Sciences, p. General > T T P * Contributions to the book include: 1) Introduction to a scholar - Bishnu Ragoonath; 2) On Haiti - Norman Burke; 3) On the question o f negro revolt - Dennis Brown; 4) O n black revolutionaries - Fitzgerald Y aw; 5) On dialectics - Ruel Cooke; 6) On state capitalism - Gillian Nanton; 7) On literature - Jasmine Huggins; 8) On cricket - Aldice Henry; 9) O n West Indian politics - Bishnu Ragoonath * [HISTORY] [POLITICS] [CARIBBEAN] XI C onstant, Loyce Trinidad and Tobago Burean o f Standards. Who are we? W hat can we do for you?. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, M yrtle, ed.. IIC A. Proceedings o f a w orkshop on post harvest handling o f horticultural com m odities for export. P ort o f Spain: IIC A, p p W orkshop o n Post H arvest H andling o f H orticultural C om m odities for Exp o rt, St. A ugustine, Ju n e G eneral > C D C * Sum m arises th e m ajor functions and responsibilities o f the B ureau with specific reference to standards o f interest to the horticulutral community. [S T A N D A R D S ] [H O R T IC U L T U R E ] [C A R IB B EA N ] XI B asdeo.s ahadeo T rin id ad a n d T obago's view on regional co o p eratio n. P ort o f Spain: R egional Econom ic C onference, _, 4 p. R egional Econom ic C onference, P o rt o f Spain, 27 F eb ru ary - 1 M arch G eneral C om m ents that as the w orld h u rries tow ards th e twenty-first century and as geographic, political and econom ic configurations ap p ear to be constantly in flux, th e C aribbean is again faced with options: we can elect to pursue our se p ara te, individual p ath s w ithin th a t increasingly com plicated world or we can resolve to enhance and strengthen ou r existing m echanism s o f cooperatio n and fu rth er seek to devise new approaches for concerted regional action to im prove the quality o f life for all o u r people in th e w orld o f tom orrow. As far as T rinidad and T obago is concerned, th e second course is infinitely superior to th e first, th e real challenges facing th e region is th at o f elaborating two related series o f m easures designed to deepen functional cooperation am ong the constituent m em bers o f o u r com m unity and to determ ine appropriate instrum ents which would enable u s to face o u r external challenges as a united vibrant entity. S tates th at th e people o ft rin id a d and T obago have given and will continue to give th eir full support to all these initiatives towards greater regional cooperation [E C O N O M IC C O O P E R A T IO N ] [R E G IO N A L C O O P E R A T IO N ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] X I W ickham, Lynda D. T ropical ro o t c ro p s: p o st h a rv e st q u ality a n d h a n d lin g system s fo r q u ality m a in te n a n c e. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, M yrtle, ed.. IIC A. Proceedings o f a w orkshop on post harvest handling o f h o rticultural com m odities for export. P o rto fs p a in : IIC A, 1990.p p W orkshop on Post H arvest H andling o f H orticultural Com m odities for Exp o rt, St. A ugustine, Ju n e G eneral > C D C CARISPLAN Abstracts,No. 22,

36 AIO. * States that the success o f a post-harvest m anagem ent system can best be gauged by reference to the degree o f quality m aintenance as m easured by specific quality com ponents. L ooks at the factors which affect quality - genetic, preharvest, produce m aturity and harvesting o p erations. D iscusses the post-harvest physiological behaviour o f cassava, yam, sweet p o tato and da sheen and em phasises th e utilization o fp ro p e r handling systems for quality m aintenance. Identifies the im portant areas for handling and transport system s, specific post harvest treatm en ts to im prove natural storage life and the storage environm ent - tem p eratu re, control o f relative hum idityand pest and disease m anagem ent. C oncludes th at given the n ature o f ro o t crops handling systems used should em phasize speed, simplicity and a m inim um o f steps. Provides charts showing th e basic steps in handling systems for the m ajor root crop groups - cassava, eddoe and dasheen,yam s, sweet potato. [R O O T CROPS] [PO ST -H A R V E ST SYSTEM S] [Q U A L IT Y C O N T RO L ] [CARIBBEAN] X I Stone, Carl U nified regional E uropean m ark et an d its im plications ch allenges th e C a rib b ean. In: C aribbean A ffairs, v o l.3, n o.3. P o rt o fs pain: 1990.p p G eneral > C D C Serial T he creation o f a unified E uro p ean m arket represents p art o f a global thrust tow ards increasing m arket space to accom odate g reater investm ent output, em ploym ent and consum ption possibilities. T he effect will provide a positive stim ulus to global econom ic grow th. T his article attem p ts to place this developm ent in th e context o f world econom ic trends as th ey have affected the developing countries generally and th e countries within the C aribbean in particular. T he first tren d relates to trad e and p roduction. A lready only 20 percent o fth e w orld's production o f goods and services com e from developing countries. W hile 6 0 p ercen t is produced by developed nations and 70 percent o f world exports and im ports are concentrated in N orth A m erica, E astern E urope and E ast A sia. T he second tren d relates to econom ic grow th. T he 1990s is likely to see a continuation o f slow grow th in developing countries. F our m ajor factors contribute to this; debt burden; declines in investm ent; reduced access to th e wor!d;s investible funds especially since the opening up o f E astern E urope; and the technology gap. Explains th at the real challenge to the C aribbean is not to hold on to the traditional E uro p ean niche b u t to try to expand its o p portunities within the m arket space. A unified C aribbean m arket with C aribbean en trep reneu rs joining forces to draw on m arketing and m anagem ent expertise within the region is im portant to struggle against the developm ents in the global economy. * [E U R O P E A N C O M M U N IT IE S ] [R E G IO N A L IN T E G R A T IO N ] [M ARKET] [EC O N O M IC G R O W T H ] [C A R IBBEA N ] [E U R O PE] X I R am phal, Shridath W est In d ia n C o m m issio n : a public forum on th e fu tu re. In: Form al launching o f the independent W est Indian commission - preparing the people o f the W est Indies for the twenty-first century. Port-of-Spain: Office o fth e Prim e M inister. Inform ation D ivision, 1990.p p G eneral > T T P * Lists the o th er m em bers o f th e com m ission. Identifies som e o f the challenges facing the C om m ission.e. large increases in th e labour force resulting in unem ploym ent and under-em ploym ent in coming decades, econom ic structu res still undiversified, dependence on preferen tial arrangem ents for our main exports, increased th reats from cultural p en etratio n, drug abuse, drug trafficking and their effects on private and public m orals. N otes how ever opportunities arising from o ur hum an and natural resources, m arine resources, social indicators which are still good by relative standards, traditionally high educational standards, closeness to large m arkets, established trading relations, and th e increased scope which w orld m arkets offer for exports and for access to capital and technology * [IN T E G R A T E D D E V E L O P M E N T ] [EC O N O M IC A N D SO C IA L D E V E L O PM E N T ] [C A R IB B EA N ] [CA R IBBEA N ] XI W atts, David W est Ind ies: p attern s o f developm ent, cu ltu re an d environm e n ta l chan g e sin ce C am bridge: C am bridge U niversity Press, x x ii,6 0 9 p.: ill. tbls. G eneral > C D C * D eals with th e causes and consequences o f th ree com plexand inter-related phenom ena - the rapid and to tal rem oval o f a large aboriginal population; the developm ent o f p lantation agriculture and th e arrival o f enforced labour in the form o f A frican slaves; and the environm ental, ecological and cultural changes that resulted. P resented in 11 chapters. C h apter 1 provides a review o fth e environm ent followed by settlem ent, land use p attern s and cultures o f aboriginal peoples. C hapter 3 evaluates the aim s and achievem ents o f Hispanic intrusion and colonisation, and the effects o f these, both on the pre-existing populations and on habitats. T h e establishm ent o f early northw est E uropean plantation colonies betw een 1625 and 1645 is exam ined in chapter 4, and the beginnings o f their conversion to sugarcane production in chapter 5. C hapters 6-9 chart and analyse th e extension o f the sugar estate econom y C hapter 10 discusses post 1833 adjustm ent and chapter 11 - tw entieth century tren d s and conclusion explores som e o f th e philosophical issues. * [G E O G R A P H Y ] [H ISTO R Y ] [E C O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [SO C IA L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [C U L T U R A L C H A N G E ] [SU G A R IN D U S T R Y ] [TR A D E E N V IR O N M E N T ] [C A RIB B EA N ] X I L ent, Jo h n A. W ho owns C a rib b ean m a ss m ed ia? F oreign d o m in atio n - a passing phase. In: C aribbean A ffairs, vol. 4, no pp G eneral > C D C Serial * Exam ines the ow nership o f m ajor p o rtio n s o f th e print m edia by large conglom erates, governm ents, transnationals, individuals o r consortia. In the C aribbean ow ners o f m ass m edia have been political parties, local m ultinationals,governm ents and religious groups. D iscusses th e o perations o f foreign m edia within the C aribbean reg io n,p articu larly b y th e French and th e U nited States. D etails are given o f th e foreign netw orks and the stations they own - w ithin the C aribbean region. Local and privately owned m edia netw orks w ithin the C aribbean have been grow ing over the past year. Insights into the developm ent and grow th o f corporations such as th e E xpress (T rinidad) and the G leaner (Jam aica) are shared. T he grow th o f governm ent owned print and electronic m edia vary in th e islands and exam ples o f those in existence are p resen ted.t h e im plications o f w hether th e m edia is locally o r foreign ow ned, and th e underlying elem ent th at new spaper o r electronic m edia is big business, interconnected to all the vested in terests, im pinge upon it to p erfo rm its functions as w atchdog in the society. T h e governm ent ow nership o f m ass m edia has o th er im plications for the dissem ination o f inform ation, that is, it o perates a degree o f control over the inform ation and projects. Suggests that an alternative type o f ow nership for the C aribbean was evident under M ichael M anley's adm inistration in Jam aica in the 1970's. [M A SS M E D IA ] [O W N ER SH IP] [CA R IBBEA N ] [T H E W O R LD ] 18 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

37 AIO X I Reddock, Rhoda W om en's o rg an isatio n s in th e C a rib b ean C o m m u n ity from th e 19th century to today. In: W o m an S p eak, n o.26/ pp : ill.g en eral > C D C Serial * T races the history o f the C aribbean w om en's involvem ent in various types o f organisations and therefore in th e com m unity. T he study begins with the traditional practice ofw om en being involved in religious-based organisations. It m oves on to discuss th eir involvem ent in trad e unions and political parties. H ow ever the re-em ergence o f the fem inist m ovem ent in the late 1960s and early 1970s would see the form ation o f various w om en's groups throughout the C aribbean geared tow ard the needs ofw o m en. Som e o f these groups are, T he Jam aica A ssociation for the repeal o f A bortion Laws (JA R A ), the H ousewives A ssociation o f T rinidad and T obago, Sistren W om en's T h eatre Collective and W om en's Forum B arbados. T he w ork o f these groups and the form ation o f support groups such as the C aribbean A ssociation for Fem inist R esearch and A ction (C A FR A ) and the W om en for C aribbean L iberation (W CL) give the im pression o f a well developed and effective w om en's m ovem ent. concludes how ever th at th e achievem ent o f these groups have only scratched the surface o fth e lives o f C aribbean w om en. * [W O M EN 'S O R G A N IZ A T IO N S ] [H IST O R IC A L A N A LYSIS] [LA B O U R M O V EM EN T S] [PO L IT IC A L PA R TIES] [CARIBBEA N ] XI regional perspective: conference p ap ers. Port-of-Spain: T rinidad and T obago. N ational Institute o f H igher E ducation (R esearch, Science and Technology). School ofl anguages, p. C aribbean language conference. Inaugural m eeting, Port-of-Spain, 4-7 July, G eneral > T T P * Conceived as a perm anent and m ajor activity in the professional life o f foreign language educators in o u r region against the background o f the increasing interdependence o f econom ies the world over and th e growing need for us in the C aribbean to extend econom ic and cultural cooperation beyond the language group to which we belong * [L A N G U A G E T E A C H IN G ] [LIN G U ISTIC S] [LA N G U A G ES] [LA N G U A G E B A R R IER ] [M U L TILIN G U A L ISM ] [CA RIBBEA N ] X L Sunkel, Osvaldo E n v iro n m e n t,c risis a n d developm ent. In: E C L A C /IL P E S /U N E P. E nvironm ent dim ension in developm ent planning. Santiago: U N, 1990.pp L C /G.1579-PG eneral > C D C UN * Explores the interelationship betw een developm ent and the environm ent. Exam ines the destructive effects o f developm ent an its negative effects on developm ent itself. Proposes that an adequate consideration o f natural resources and the environm ent in developm ent strategies, plans and policies p resent o p portunities for im proved social and econom ic developm ent, while m itigating the effects o f the crisis. D iscusses how the present developm ent strategies are leading to the exhaustion o f certain high-quality non-renew able resources and the d eterioration o f renew able sources lim iting the chances o f future developm ent. These prevailing standards, to g eth er with th e financial crisis o f decade o f the 1980s, the crisis in the international econom y, population growth all im pact negatively on L atin A m erican society. A n analysis o f the m utual relationship betw een developm ent and environm ent has finally led to a position from which are derived the fundam ental elem ents o f an environm ental sustainable developm ent strategy. T his strategy requires the creative adoption o f alternatives o f technology, location, scale, form s o f organization and production and consum ption p attern s, and progressive policies in m atters o f incom e, em ploym ent and access to productive resources which will limit the pressure on natural resources. It does not oppose industrialization, u r banization and m odernization, b u t ra th e r changes th e ir relationship with the environm ent.d etails both the problem s o f m odern developm ent policies and strategies and the fundam entals o f environm ental sustainable developm ent. * [EN V IR O N M E N T A L PLA N N IN G ] [D E V E L O P M E N T PLA N N IN G ] [N A T U R A L R E S O U R C E S ] [E C O N O M IC A N D SO C IA L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [LA T IN A M ER IC A ] X L H u rtu b ia, Jaim e H o riz o n ta l co -o p e ra tio n on e n v iro n m e n ta l issues in L atin A m erica a n d th e C a rib b ean : th e ch allen g e o f an id ea in tim es o f crisis. In: E C L A C /IL P E S /U N E P. E nvironm ent dim ension in developm ent planning. Santiago: U N, 1990.p p LC/G.1579-P G eneral > C D C U N * Reviews the fundam ental concept o f horizontal cooperation and the challenge facing th e L atin A m erican and C aribbean region to im plem ent cooperation given its econom ic, social and political crisis. Particular attention is paid to th e im plem entation o f horizontal cooperation in environm ental m atters. Seeks to identify the deficiencies and structural problem s th at m ust be tackled in o rd er to reinforce regional co operation. Exam ines th e role o f organizations such as U nited N ations E nvironm ental Program m e (U N E P), Econom ic Com m ission for L atin A m erica and the C aribbean (EC LA ) and the International C entre for T raining and E ducation in Environm ental Science (CIFCA) in carry out projects on horizontal cooperation and the environm ent.t h e term horizontal cooperation had been applied to both technical and econom ic cooperation betw een developing countries and region since the proposals were laid out in the B uenos A ires P lan o f A ction at the U nited N ations C onference on T echnical C ooperation and D eveloping countries, B uenos A ires, 30 A ugust - 12 S eptem ber 1978 (E C L A C 1978). T he idea o f horizontal cooperation rep resen t a new conception o f the shared use o f lim ited resources and experience; resources and institutions already put in place by regional governm ental b o dies.t his could help considerably in putting horizontal cooperation into practice in environm ental affairs, therebycontributing substantially to th e incorporation o f th e environm ental dim ension in developm ent planning. A n um ber o f recom m endations are given on how this cooperation can be accom plished. * [E N V IR O N M E N T A L P L A N N IN G ] [H O R IZ O N T A L C O O P E R A T IO N ] [UN] [C A R IBBEA N ] X Z E ser, G u n ter A ir tra n sp o rt an d to u rism : in d u stry p o ten tial to be denied?. In: C ourier, no Brussels: p p G eneral > C D C Serial * C oncentrates on the need for air transp o rt infrastructure to prom ote tourism developm ent. T h at in frastructure consist o f airp o rts and A ir Traffic C ontrol services. S tatistical data illustrates th e m ovem ent o f air traffic throughout the world, supporting the need for b etter air transport infrastructu re. R em edial action to allow for unconstrained natural grow th in E urope up to the year 2010, would cost US$5000 m illion to $8000 m illion in to tal.t h e airlines have an action planinvolving E urocontrol, the E uropean Com m unities, E uro p ean Civil A viation C onference (E C A C ), In ternational Civil Aviation O rganisation (IC A O ) and national governm ents - to m ake sure things start to happen. * [TO U R ISM ] [AIR T R A N S P O R T ] [TO U R ISM IN FR A STR U C T U R E ] [STA TISTIC S] [PH Y SIC A L IN F R A S T R U C T U R E ] [A IR TRAFFIC ] [LA T IN A M ER IC A ] [U N IT E D STA TES] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

38 AIO X Z Brookfield, H. C. A pproach to islan d s. In: B elter, W., éd.; d'a yala, P., ed.; H ein, P., ed.. Sustainable developm ent and environm ental m anagem ent o f small islands. Paris: U nesco/p arthenon Publishing G ro u p, pp (M an and the B iosphere Series). Interoceanic W orkshop on Sustainable D evelopm ent and E nvironm ental M anagem ent o f Sm all Islands, H um acao, 3-7 N ovem ber G eneral > C D C * In developm ent litera tu re, islands have not been firm ly established as a special case within a broader group o f small countries. Discusses the difference in island developm ent, th e constraints, and identifies transp o rt as the sharpest single distinguishing constraint today. C onsiders th e vulnerability o f island environm ents and suggests th at sub-dividing islands into two o r three groups would m ake far m ore analytical sense th an to tre a t all islands as one broad category. T his would allow analysis o f the specific problem s o f very small islands. O ne such analysis concerns the question o f carrying capacity. * [ISLANDS] [R E SO U R C E S M A N A G E M E N T ] [TR A N SPO R T] [SEA TRA N SPO R T ] [ISLA N D S] [D E V E L O P M E N T PO T E N T IA L ] [EN V I R O N M E N T A L M A N A G E M E N T ] [R E SO U R C E S M A N A G E M E N T ] [CARIBBEAN] [ASIA AND T H E PACIFIC] X Z A gathonos, H elen Cross-cultural perspectives in child abuse and neglect. In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking the cycle. P ort o f Spain: T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, p p C aribbean R egional C onference on Child A buse and N eglect, 1, P ort ofspain, O ctober G eneral > C D C * C onsiders the cross-cultural evidence on child rearing th at has a bearing on child abuse. Sites a num ber o f factors in the cultural contest which can act either to increase the incidence o f child abuse and neglect o r to dim inish the probability o f its occurence. Identifies the gains to the non-w estern societies and concludes th at th e gain for w estern societies m aybe reinforcem ent o f the trend tow ards stronger com m unity organization - th at th e loss o fth e extended family netw ork be replaced by com m unity netw orking, and establishm ent o f family support systems and alternative care practices to assist vulnerable families. R espect for cultural differences in m inoritygroups should not hinder the identification o f any existing idiosyncratic child abuse practices. * [CH ILD A BU SE] [C H IL D C A R E ] [C U L T U R A L FA C TO R S] [CROSS C U L T U R A L ANALY SIS] [C A RIB B EA N ] [TH E W O R LD ] X Z U N.D IE S A D isability sta tistics c o m p en d iu m. New Y ork: U N, x,350 p. : tb ls. (S tatistics on Special P o p u latio n G ro u p s, se ries Y, no. 4). ST /ESA /ST A T /SER.Y /4 G eneral > C D C UN * Provides an introduction to the U N program m e in global m onitoring o f disablem ent which defines the concepts o f im pairm ent, disability and handicap; the general conceptual fram ew ork which lists the five areas proposed as the basis for study o f disablem ent through the use o f population censuses, surveys and registration systems; and the International D isability D atabase (D IST A T ). Briefly describes th ree m ajor types o f data data collection systems and assesses how disability concepts and definitions are used in countries to identify disabled persons and how these affect statistical findings. R esults em phasize the necessity for international guidelines and survey standards for data collection so th at rates maybe m ore com parable and m ore m eaningful both within and across countries.t w elve statistical tables are presented and illustrative exam ples are provided to show the ways these tables m aybehighlighted and discussed. Concludes th at there has been a steady increase in the statistical study o f disability by governm ents and o th er organizations and a substantial increase in the application o f national disability statistics for policy form ulation and program m e planning. A reas identified for national, regional and international support include training w orkshops and international conferences; regular updating o f D IS T A T ; m onitoring national use o flc ID H in various data collection activities; prom oting th e inclusion o f disability topics in national surveys and program m es and expanding inter-regional technical advisory services and training program m es. * [D ISA B LED PER SO N S] [D ISA B ILITY ] [M E T H O D O L O G Y ] [C A R IB B EAN] [IN D IA ] X Z Block, Clifford Educational technology: can it improve educational quality?. In: D evelopm ent Com m unication R e p o rt, no. 69. A rlin g to n,v A : 1990.pp. 2-3 G eneral > C D C Serial * D iscusses th e use o f educational technology to help achieve a tu rn around in th e q u a lity o fle a rn in g a t the prim ary school level. C om parative testing show th at prim ary schoolers at the end o f the prim ary cycle in m any developing nations preform at less than tw o-thirds the level o f content m astery o f their counterparts in industralized countries. Evidence gained through tested situations show th at th e radio, television and com puter can be used successfully in the education process. T h e point is m ade how ever th at it is im portant to perceive educational technology as a central to o l, not simply as an adjunct, b ut as a full p artn er to the teach er and th e textbook. * [E D U C A T IO N A L T E C H N O L O G Y ] [M E D IA ] [C O M PU TERS] [PR I M A R Y E D U C A T IO N ] [D E V E L O P IN G C O U N T R IE S] [G R E N A D A ] [SO UTH A FRICA] X Z M celroy, Jerom e L.; de A lbuquerque, Klaus M anaging sm all-island sustainability: towards a systems design. In: B eller, W., éd.; d'a yala, P., ed.; H ein, P., ed.. Sustainable developm ent and environm ental m anagem ent o f small islands. Paris: U nesco/p arthenon Publishing G ro u p, pp (M an and the B iosphere Series). Interoceanic W orkshop on Sustainable D evelopm ent and E nvironm ental M anagem ent o f Small Islands, H um acao, 3-7 N ovem ber G eneral > C D C * D escribes the need for an integrated knowledge o f how islands undergoing m oderization behave as total systems. Sum m arises broadly the present understanding o f how econom ic, dem ographic and political subsystem s condition ecosystem stability during the process o f m odernization. T races the resulting legacy o f environm ental degradation principally in the C aribbean but also in some o f the m ore advanced Pacific islands. Identifies a provisional design for capturing the interaction betw een th e th ree controlling subsystem s and the insular environm ent. T his design involves the construction o f eco-developm ent typologies for classifying island experience along an ecosystem stress continuum and for identifying transitions, critical p oints and developm ent strategies that threaten to violate carrying capacity. [IS L A N D S ] [R E SO U R C E S M A N A G E M E N T ] [EC O N O M IC D E V E L O PM E N T ] [EN V IR O N M E N T A L D E G R A D A T IO N ] [EC O L O G IC A L BALANCE] [CARIBBEAN] [ASIA AND T H E PACIFIC ] X Z D ow nes, A n d re w s. M ultivariate statistical analysis of country classification: the identification of sm all developing countries. In: Social and E conom ic Studies, vol. 39, no. 1. M ona: pp : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial 20 CARISPLAN Abstracts,No. 22,1991

39 * C luster analysis is used to classify countries according to th eir 'size'and level o f 'developm ent'. O u t o f th ree hierachical clustering p rocedures, th e ward p rocedure provides th e 1)681' classification o f countries. A n optim ization clustering p rocedure suggested byc alinsld and H arabasz (1974) to identifya set o f 'sm all developing' countries is fu rth er applied. T h is p ap er which is an extension o f D o unes (1988) is an outgrow th o f th e au th o r's research on industrial developm ent in small developing countries. T he structure o f the p ap er is as follows: firstly, th e principles o f cluster analysis are outlined. Secondly, a p resen tatio n and analysis o f th e results o f grouping 145 countries on principal com ponent m easures o f 'size ' and level o f 'developm ent' for the year 1973 is m ade. Finally an evaluation o f th e exercise is undertaken. * [STA TISTIC A L A N A LYSIS] [D E V E L O P IN G C O U N TR IE S] [CLAS S IFIC A T IO N ] [T H E W O R L D ] X Z E C L A C New p articip ato ry m ethodologies fo r w orking w ith w om en. Santiago: U N, p. (Serie M ujer y D esarrollo). L C /L Í9 2 G eneral > C D C U N * Study describes activities which were carried out betw een 1986 and 1989 in S antiago, Chile with w om en from low-incom e sectors.p rovidesan explanation o fth e language o f expressive body m ovem ent/dance and describes the m ethodology and its application to o th er types o f groups. A n outline o f th e sessions is provided in a w orking guide. D iscusses the role o f th e group leader - the technical aspects and the em otional com m itm ent to th e activity and th e group, and the problem s frequently encountered. Concludes with statem ents m ade by the wom en and the personal im pressions o f the group leader. * [W O M EN ] [D A N C E] [M E T H O D O L O G Y ] [C O M M U N IC A T IO N SYSTEM S] [W O M EN ] [C O M M U N IC A T IO N ] [D A N C E] [M E T H O D O L O G Y ] [C O M M U N IC A T IO N SYSTEM S] [TH E W O R LD ] for efficient handling and to w ithstand th e rigours o f air tran sp o rt and lists th e docum ents required fo r exporting h orticultural products. O utlines the com pany's netw ork which has assisted exporters in identifying and developing e tp o rt tra d e o p portunities in the U S and W ider C aribbean. * [A G R IC U L T U R A L E X PO R T S] [A IR T R A N S P O R T ] [CA RIBBEA N ] [T H E W O R L D ] xz T ourism activity in th e 1980s a n d 1990s: facts an d figures. In: C ourier, no p p : tb ls.g e n e ra l > C D C Serial * A n analysis o f statistical data on th e perform ance o f th e tourism sector both internationally and regionally.'the statistics available have been sourced from the W orld T ourism O rganization. T hey suggests th at global receipts (at 1989 values) from in ternational tourism will rise by close to 9 percent a year, reaching m ore th an $527 b n in T h e tab les look at: th e developm ent o f international tourism arrivals and receipts worldw ide ( ); regional breakdow n o f international tourist arrivals, ; breakdown o f international tourist arrivals by region 1950, 1960, 1970, ; international tourist receipts as a percentage o f total e)qports receipts by region and sub-region, 1988; participation o f developed and developing countries in international tourism, ; international tourism forecasts and shares by region, [T O U R IS M ] [S T A T IS T IC A L D A T A ] [FO R EC A STS] [STATISTIC A L A N A LY SIS] [D E V E L O P E D C O U N T R IE S ] [D E V E L O PIN G C O U N T R IES] [IN T E R N A T IO N A L E C O N O M Y ] [C A R IB B EA N ] [ASIA AND T H E PA CIFIC ] X Z Jam es, Selma O rg an isin g from th e perspective o f unw aged housew ork: th e in te rn a tio n a l wages fo r housew ork c am p aig n. In: W om an Speak, n o.26/ p p G eneral > C D C Serial * T h e In ternational wages for H ousew ork Cam paign was founded in Its basic agenda is to have people and governm ents recognize the econom ic value o f housew ork and to count it into the G ro ss N ational Product. In th e U nited States wom en in the hom e produce percent o fth e G N P and in the third w orld countries w om en's production o f wealth would be an even higher p ro p o rtio n o f the G N P. In Africa w om en s unwaged w ork produces an estim ated 80 p ercent o f th e food on which th e continent survives. T h e p ro gression o f w om en as th ey moved from unwaged w ork into th e world o f waged w ork and the progression o f the d ebates that perm eate the society on the recognition o f housew ork is discussed. * [W O M EN W O R K ER S] [W A G E EA R N E R S] [SO C IA L W E L FA R E ] [C A R IB B EA N ] [TH E W O R LD ] X Z G alera, Jam es T echniques available a n d req u irem en ts fo r a ir tra n sp o rta tio n o f fresh h o rtic u ltu ra l com m o d ities. : ill. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, M yrtle, ed.. IIC A. Proceedings o f a w orkshop on post harvest handling o f horticultural com m odities for export. P o rt o fs p a in : IIC A, 1990.pp W orkshop on Post H arvest H andling o f H orticultural C om m odities for Exp o rt,s t. A u g u stin e,25-27 Ju n e 1990.G eneral > C D C * Briefly describes the services provided by C aribbean A ir C argo C om pany Lim ited (C aricargo) - the dim ension o f pallets/containers, aircraft capacity, average cabin tem perature. Identifies the need for proper packaging to allow X Z L ee, G abriel T ourism se cto r a n d L o m e IV. In: C ourier, no B russels: 1990.p p G eneral > C D C Serial * D iscusses the inclusion o ft o u rism w ithin th e A rticles o fth e Fourth Lome C onvention and the B enefits th at could b e derived for th e G roup o f African, C aribbean and Pacific (A C P) countries. T he scope o fth e chapter on tourism is b ro ad, covering all levels from identification o f th e tourism product to the m arketing and p rom otion sta g e.t h e C onvention encourages intervention at the level o f policy definition, adap tatio n and developm ent so th at program m es and projects can be soundly based on ap p ro p riate policies. F our com ponents are em phasised,hum an resource developm ent, m arket developm ent,product developm ent and research and form ation. L om e TV provides an im portant opportunity to A CP states and regional organisations to b etter integrate policies and strategies in services and tourism and generally into overall econom ic objectives. T h e p resent L om e TV C onvention provides a total o f E C U, 12 billion over five years ( ) for developm ent cooperation o f all kinds. * [T O U R ISM ] [E C O N O M IC A G R E E M E N T S ] [IN T ER N A TIO N A L A G R E E M E N T S] [EEC] [ACP] [IN T E R N A T IO N A L C O O PE R A T IO N ] [CARIBBEAN] [AFRICA ] X Z Peterson, Eric T o u rism : p la n n in g, p ro m o tio n a n d m a rk e tin g. In: C ourier, no p p G eneral > C D C Serial * Sets out guidelines and requirem ents for tourism developm ent. The ejçerience o f nations which have successfiilly developed th eir tourism industry and its products show th ere are eight key steps in this strategic planning process. T hey are describing th e n ation's social and political, physical and economic environm ent; forecast on project trends for the nation's fiiture development; CARISPLAN Abstracts,No.22,

40 AIO. set goals and objectives; study alternative plans o f action to reach the nation's goals and objectives; select p refe rred alternatives to serve as a guide for recom m ending action strategies; develop an im plem entation strategy; im plem ent the plan; and evaluate th e p la n.t h e net result o f this eight step process will be to gain cooperation from th e nation's business, political and civic leadership. It will develop a database o f resources, such as sites, travel habits, accom m odations and infrastructure. It will also encourage the im plem entation o f a com prehensive national m arketing plan. In th eo ry these are som e o f the m ost im portant considerations in tourism developm ent. A supportive political environm ent, and well trained personnel ensure g reater success and larger economic benefit even when the financial resources and/or the definition o fth e strategic and m arketing plans are not com pletely adequate. * U O U R IS M ] [EC O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [TO U R ISM D E V E L O PM EN T] [PLA N N IN G ] [M A R K ETIN G ] [E C O N O M IC D E V E L O P M EN T] [TO U R ISM IN F R A S T R U C T U R E ] [T H E W O R L D ] X Z U N.D IE S A W orld p o p u latio n prospects N ew Y ork: U N, 1991.n ii,607 p. : tbls. (Population Studies, n o. 120). ST/ESA /SER A /120 G eneral > C D C U N * Provides internationally com parable estim ates and projections o f population and other m ajor dem ographic variables for the world, the m ore developed and less developed origins, seven m ajor areas, 22 regions and 210 countries and areas. Includes a table for the least developed countries o fth e world and for th e first tim e a table for th e less developed countries excluding C hina. Explains th at th e date given in the title indicates the actual year o f com pletion o f the revision. Population estim ates and projections are provided for each quinquennial year o r each quinquennial period o f th e 75 years betw een 1950 and P art 1 provides a sum m ary o f m ajor findings - the current dem ographic situation and future change; m ajor changes in th e 1990 revision, and sources o f data and dem ographic m ehtods; classification o f countries by m ajor area o r region, m ethodological changes since the 1988 revision and the availability o f data on magnetic tap e and diskette. Revised tables are presented in part two. * [P O P U L A T IO N D IS T R IB U T IO N ] [P O P U L A T IO N G R O W T H ] [C O M PA R A T IV E ANALY SIS] [PO PU L A T IO N D Y N A M IC S] [PO PU LA TIO N PR O JE C T IO N S] [LA TIN A M ER IC A ] [E U R O PE] Z Z R agoonath, Bishnu C i J t. Ja m e s's conceptu alizatio n o f th e n o tio n o f self-governm e n t - an ap p reciatio n a n d an aly sis. St. A ugustine: U W I. ISE R, P- C aribbean Studies A ssociation C onference, 15 - the C aribbean in the year 2000, Port o f Spain, M ay G eneral > T T P * Q uestions C L R. Jam es's conceptualization o f th e notion o f self-governm ent. Using the actual experience o f self-governm ent in the British colonies and later W est Indian nation states, attem p ts to find out to what extent was Jam es's concept o f self-governm ent realized in the actual experience o f the W est Indies and if the W est Indies really achieved tru e self-governm ent so as to chart its own destiny * [PO LITIC A L T H E O R Y ] [SE L F-G O V E R N M EN T ] [D E C O L O N IZ A T IO N ] [IN D E PEN D E N C E ] [C A R IB B EA N ] > C D C * A b rie f synopsis o f E C L A C 's experience with C D S/ISIS V ersion 2 3 over a period o f nine m onths. D iscusses two problem s - a record solution bug in ISISXCH and the difficulties encountered with the developm ent o f a conversion system using CDS/ISIS Pascal to convert records from a dbase - based database to C D S/ISIS.R ecom m ends four areas for system enhancem ent with a view to im proving th e com petitiveness o f th e softw are on th e open m arket and to fiirther im prove th e excellence ofc D S /IS IS (1) a m ulti-user Local A rea Netw ork (LAN) capability; (2) m ulti-database access; (3) program m ing access to the individual pages o f th e data entry w orksheet ; (4) exit option w hen creating databases. * [C O M PU TE R PR O G R A M M E S] [T H E O R E T IC A L O R M E T H O D O L O G IC A L D O C U M E N TS] Z Z F o o te, N elson N. E th n ics a n d econom ics. St. A ugustine: U W I. ISE R, p. C aribbean Studies A ssociation C onference, 15 - th e C aribbean in the year 2000, P o rt o f Spain, M ay G eneral > T T P * States that industrial developm ent can benefit from cultural and ethnic creativity. Specialty products link pro d u cer talen ts with consum er taste s and a proliferation o f specialty ejqports m ultiplies em ploym ent. D raw ing exam ples such as Blue M ountain coffee, N ew Z ealand lam b, W edgew ood china and A ngostura b itters, it illustrates the poin t th at indigenous products either traditional or innovative could becom e viable alternate exports * [E C O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [C O N SU M E R G O O D S ] [C U L T U R E ] [IN D U S T R IA L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] [TH E W O R LD ] Z Z F irst C aribbean C onference an d E xhibition on Artificial Intelligence - Book o f a b stra c ts. St. A ugustine: A rtificial Intelligence Interest G roup, p. : ill. C a rib b e a n C o n fe re n c e and E x h ib itio n on A rtific ia l In te llig e n c e, St. A ugustine, 4-5 D ecem ber G eneral > T T P * A bstracts o f p apers presented at the conference. T he m ain objective was to provide a forum for an exchange o f inform ation betw een participants on the possible applications o f artificial intelligence (A I) in th eir respective fields o f interest and in the process to launch the A rtificial Intelligence Interest G ro u p. P apers presented include: 1) Knowledge represen tatio n : moving from art to science; 2) Knowledge engines: econom ic payoff and prospects for th e future; 3) A rtificial intelligence expert system using L O T U S 123; 4) M icroprocessor - based object recognition system; 5) D esign o f a vision system for robotic application; 6) V alidation o f knowledge based expert systems; 7) Expert systems in boiler diagnostics; 8) Expert systems - C onstruction m anagem ent: an overview o f a recent relationship; 9) CIM and A L : adding wisdom to the enterprise; 10) Al: m aking high tech productive; 11) A com puter in m ypractice * [C O M PU T E R IZ A T IO N ] [A U T O M A T IO N ] [N EW T E C H N O L O G Y ] [C O M PU TERS] [C A R IB B EA N ] [T H E O R E T IC A L O R M E T H O D O L O G IC A L D O C U M E N TS] Z Z A lexander, Dale C D S/ISIS: w hat we w an t in version 2.4. P ort o f Spain: [The A uthor], p.: ill. R egional M eeting o f D istrib u to rs o f M ini-m icro CD S/ISIS, 3, C aracas, 5-9 February G eneral 22 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

41 A30. A20. Extrapolation et previsions: nationales et internationales Extrapolaciones y pronósticos: nacionales a internacionales T T C hristopher, Janice; F arrell,t errence W. Experience of forecasting at the Central Bank. In: C entral B ank o ft rin id ad and T obago. M onetary and financial policy in T rinidad and T obago: selected C entral Bank essays. Port-of-Spain: C entral B ank o ft rin id ad and T obago, p p G eneral > T T P " Since 1981 there has been an annual T ren d s Analysis and Projections (TA P) exercise in which two year forecasts o f keyeconom icvariablesare m ade.t hese forecasts have been prim arily intended for the m anagem ent o f the C entral B ank. In the pap er the authors take a look backward over the first six years o f projections and grade the success o f these estim ates * [C E N TR A L BANKS] [EC O N O M IC FO R ECASTS] T T Trinidad and Tobago. C entral Statistical Office P o p u latio n a n d b irth s 1986.P o p u latio n a n d vital statistics P ort-of-spain: C entral Statistical O ffice, ix,l 18 p. : tbls. G eneral - > T T P Statistics based on docum ents received from the Registrar G eneral's D e p artm ent which has responsibility for the D istrict R egistrars who m ust certify vital events and retu rn the form s within the stipulated period o f one m onth. This report com bines the report on B irths which occurred during 1986 and 1987 as well as one o fth e regular Population and V ital Statistics seriesgiving d eaths for Also gives m idyear estim ates o f population by sex and age group for [P O P U L A T IO N ] [P O P U L A T IO N G R O W T H ] [ST A T IST IC A L D A T A ] [D E M O G R A P H IC STA TISTICS] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] A30. Situations existantes: internationales et nationales Situaciones existentes: internacionales vnacionales AG Oyowe, A ugustine A ntigua an d B arb u d a: n in e years o f econom ic expan sio n, b u t challenges ahead. In: C ourier, no Brussels: p p : ill.g en eral > C D C Serial G ives a b rie f description o fth e precolonial history o f A ntigua and B arbuda, with particular reference to its naval history and the im portance o f English H arb o u r.t h e decline o f A ntigua's naval im portance also led to the decline o f its sugar industry, which dom inated its precolonial econom y. D iscusses the econom ic issues o f m odern day A ntigua and B arbuda which are dom inated by the T ourism sector. Exam ines the inroads being m ade in agriculture, anim al husbandry and industry through funding from the E uropean C om m u nity, (EEC).T ourism accounts for 60percent o f A ntigua and B arbuda's G ross N ational Product (G N P ), 50 percent o f its em ploym ent and nearly 50 percent o f its foreign exchange earnings. Antigua also has the largest tourist sector in the W indward and Leew ard islands, and about 35 percent o f the total trade o f the O rganisation o f E astern C aribbean States (O E C S). Its real econom ic problem s how ever lay not in its need to im prove the tourist facilities but in its need to diversify its economy. Efforts so far have yielded few results. Agriculture accounts for only 12 percent o f G N P and the food im port bill is about US $80 m illion annually. T h e governm ent's aim is to increase the production o f fruits and vegetables and to do so it has introduced a num ber o f m easures: restrictions were placed on im ports to encourage local farm ers to produce; exports o f Pineapples were banned because output hardly m et dom estic consum ption; and a m elon growing project was introduced exclusively for export. Incentives were provided for vegetable farm ers which included the provision o f free planting m ateria Is, these had to be retu rn ed at harvest. M ore E E C funding to build dam s and provide cheaper irrigiation could help A ntigua becom e self sufficient within five years in certain crops. Animal husbandry is an o th er area in which th e governm ent hopes to receive funding from th e E E C to organise th e industry and construct an ab a tto ir.t h e industrial sector in A ntigua is sm all, it represen ts 14 percent o f G N P. It com prises o f construction, electricity, w ater and m anufacturing. In th e absence o f an entrepreneurial class th e governm ent o f th e twin-island state has been its econom ic m otor. In construction th ere has been a boom accompanying the expansion in T ourism. It has how ever been constrained by high labour cost and serious labour shortages. M anufacturing grew at an average 6 percent per annum betw een It fell to 4 percent in 1987 and by 1989 was down only 2 percent. [T O U R IS M ] [EC O N O M IC G R O W T H ] [A G R IC U L T U R A L SEC TO R ] [A N IM A L H U SB A N D R Y ] [IN D U ST R IA L SEV T O R ] [EEC] [FINAN C IA L A ID ] [A N TIG U A A N D B A R B U D A ] BB K irton, Eudene Empowerm ent through therapy. In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking th e cycle. P ort o f Spain: T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, pp C aribbean Regional C onference on Child A buse and N eglect, 1, P ort o f Spain, O ctober G eneral > C D C Briefly describes the role o fth e Child C are Board and the problem o f child abuse. D uring the period A pril 1977-March 1988,807 cases were reported o f which 116 were case o f sexual abuse. In 6 0percent o fth e cases the perpetrators resided in the hom e o f the victim at th e tim e o f the abuse. Indicates the im portance o f entire fam ily involvem ent in th e treatm en t proccess o f intrafamilial sexual abuse, and identifies pre-suppositions upon which a p ro gram m e o f therapy could be b ased. D iscusses therapeutic goals and identifies group therapy as the single m ost im portant feature o f a successful treatm ent program m e. Lists the advantages for children and discusses the attitude and em otional involvem ent o f therap ists. R efers to the im portance o f the Child C are B oard's E ducational and A w areness P rogram m e. Concludes with an endorsem ent on sexeducation as a strategy to break the cycle o f child abuse. [C H ILD A B U SE] [B A R B A D O S] [T H E W O R LD ] BB M ahy, George Incest and drug abuse. In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking th e cycle. P ort o f Spain: Trinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, pp C aribbean R egional C onference on Child A buse and N eglect, 1, P ort o f Spain, O ctober G eneral > C D C D efines incest and focuses on the interaction betw een incest and alcohol abuse. R efers to studies which substantiate the view th at the alcohol abuser is quite often the one involved in incestuous relationships, and to one'study which showed that p erp etra to rs had a record o f previous crim inal activity and violence and hence saw the act o f incest alm ost as an o th er e g re ssio n o f crim inality. Briefly explains the bio-psycho-social m odel and discusses the issue o f m ale involvem ent at an earlier stage in parenting. [C H ILD A B U SE ] [C H IL D C A R E ] [A LC O H O LISM ] [SEX U A L V IO LEN C E] [BARBAD OS] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

42 A BZ Belize: c o u n try profile. In: C aricom Perspective, no. 48. G eorgetow n: pp : tbla. ill. G eneral > C D C Serial * Com prises a country profile o fth e region o f Belize. Sum m ary begins with an historical analysis o f Belize and later includes th e political, religious, social and econom ic status o fth e country. A m ap o f the n o rth ern district o f Belize is provided to enhance the descriptive nature o f the profile. * [R E G IO N A L A N A LYSIS] [H IST O R IC A L A N A LYSIS] [SO C IO LIG I- CAL ANALYSIS] [BELIZE ] CU M orales P ita, A ntonio E.; Perez R ojas, N iurka ; G onzalez C arrill, Severiano; R odriquez Perez, Eugenio A nálisis de algunos aspectos del proceso de cooperativizacion en la agricultura cañ era. In: Econom ia y D esarrollo, vol. 109, no.2. La H abana: p p G eneral > C U -E C O U H C D C Serial * Se estudia en este articulo el grado de incorporación a las cooperativas de producción ag ro p ecu aria de los p eq u en o s ag ricu ltu res in d ep en d ien tes teniendo en cuenta la tendencia de este proceso en sus aspectos financieros. Se expone en tablas estadísticas la dinám ica de la incorporación de los cam pesinos a las cooperativas cañeras de 1977 a 1987, asi com o un resum en de los principales indicadores del balance económ ico en las cooperativas de producción agropecuaria entre 1981 y 1987, citándose las afectaciones climatológicas, el pago de intereses bancarios y una inadecuada utilización de los gastos de am ortización en d etrim ento de la rentabilidad de las cooperativas, asi com o u n bajo ren d im iento agrícola que h an afectado su situación económ ica, lim ita el deseo de incorporación de los agricultores privados. Se señalan otro s aspectos que inciden en la no incorporación a las CPA y la necesidad de erradicar estas lim itantes con un trabajo politico ideológico en el que deben participar to d as las organizaciones relacionadas con esta tares para lograr una m ayor incorporación con vistas a que en 1990 el sector cam pesino pueda responder p o r cerca de 20 p er cent de cana a m oler para las zafras venideras. * [C O O PE R A T IV A S A G R IC O L A S] [T R A B A JA D O R E S A G R IC O LA S] [CANA D E A Z U C A R ] [A G R IC U L T U R A ] [CUBA ] CU Neyra Saiz, Jose R. C om ercio m ay o rista en el sistem a de com ercio in te rio re n C uba. In: Econom ia y D esarrollo, vol. 110, no. 3. La H abana: p p G eneral > C U -E C O U H C D C Serial * Se propone ab o rd ar el estado actual y perspectivas del desarrollo del com ercio m ayorista en el sistem a de com ercio interior de Cuba en dos aspectos fundam entales: su base técnico m aterial y la estructura de dirección de esta actividad en la producción de bienes de consum o no alim enticios. Se citan las tres funciones principales en el proceso de m ovim iento de m ercancias: com praventa, alm acenaje y transportación y la base técnico m aterial necesaria para cum plim entar estas funciones la cual debe desarrollarse aun m as con un uso racional y una elevada efevtividad en las inversiones. Se plasm a en datos estadísticos la dism inución de alm acenes en m om entos en que aum enta la circulación m ercantil aunque crece la capacidad de los ya existentes, p o r ejem plo con el uso de transelevadores. Se propone un cam bio en la estructura de dirección de la actividad para centralizar la m ism a y evitar las dificultades provocadas p o r la dualidad del M inisterio del Com ercio Interior y el P oder Popular. Se plantea que este cam bio estructural se realice en dos etapas: en la p rim e ra,p a sar las em presas m ayoristas territoriales a la dirección del M inisterio de C om ercio Interior lo que perm itiría una m aniobra rapida de inventarios y se concentraria el com ercio m ayorista bajo una dirección única. E n la segunda etapa se reestructuraria el com ercio m ayorista en siete regiones de acción territo riales adecuándose a las condiciones de cada region el volum en de producto s a circular. Se enuncia que estos cam bios perm itirían m ejorar los indices económ icos del M inisterio de Com ercio Interior y elevar la calidad del servicio a la población. * [C O M ERC IO IN T E R N O ] [C O M ER C IO M A Y O R ISTA ] [CUBA] CU G onzalez Porcell, O scar C om unicacio n es en C u b a. In: E conom i y D esarrollo, vol. I l l, no. 4. La H abana: pp G eneral > C U -E C O U H C D C Serial * Se etqtone desde su surgim iento hasta la actualidad el desarrollo de las com unicaciones cubanas, que hoy día se dirigen planificadam ente y se van perfeccionando p o r el estado socialista. Se d an detalles del funcionam iento del correo con los indicadores que m iden su dinám ica; del telegrafo con sus innovaciones, tecnológicas que han perm itido un servicio agilin crescendo; la distribución de la p rensa; el servicio agilin crescendo; la distribución de la prensa; el servicio de telefonia y las radiocom unicaciones. Se inform a que la efectuvudad ecibinuca akcabzadaiivionomica alcanzada en las com unicaciones hasta 1986 se ha logrado gracias a las inversiones en la telefonia y en radiocom unicaciones y se dem uestra con el análisis de indicadores tales com o; valor de producción, rentabilidad,ganancia de calculo, etc. Se plantea que las perspectivas de desarrollo de las com unicaciones hasta el ano 2000 depende de la introducción de nuevas técnicas y técnicas de com unicaciones y se pretende elevar los servicios que aun p resen tan insuficiencias con u n fureteerte proceso inversionista. * [C O M U N IC A C IO N ] [CUBA ] [TH E W O R LD ] CU Alvarez M arco, V ictor C uba- U RSS: cooperación p a ra el d esarro llo. In: Econom ia yd esarro llo, vol. I l l, n o.4. La H ab an a: 1989.pp G eneral > C U -E C O U H C D C Serial * Se ofrece una sem blanza de la colaboración de la URSS para con C uba desde el triunfo revolucionario en 1959 y el consiguiente bloqueo im perialista a nuestra econom ia. Se explican los convenios de colaboración cientifico, técnica y económ ica p o r planes quinquenales en diferentes ram as de la econom ia nacional: energética, azucarera, siderúrgica, quím ica, m ecánica, p esquera, industria de m ateriales de construcción, agricultura, etc. Se cita la in co rp o rac ió n de C uba al C A M E y su c o rre sp o n d ie n te p articipación económ ica en el m ism o. Se particulariza en la colaboración sostenida de la U RSS hacia C uba en la ram a industrial con una dinám ica m antenida que ha incidido en el nivel de desarrollo económ ico del pais; observándose la atención prestada en una prim era etapa de colaboración en este sector a la acum ulación y en una segunda etapa a la tasa de consum o y e n am bos casos se m antienen en un constante crecim iento. Se concluye señalando los objectivos de colaboración y se plantea que en la m edida en que se avance en el desarrollo de la misma con la U RSS y los paises m iem bros del C A M E, Cuba lograra una econom ia m as solida, m enos dependiente del m ercado occidental, de las altas y bajas de las crisis de estos m ercados, y sera m enos dependiente del intercam bio desigual con el m undo capitalista. * [C O O P E R A C IO N E C O N O M IC A ] [A Y U D A A L D E SA R R O L L O ] [CUBA ] [TH E W O R LD ] 24 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

43 CU Curbelo T ribicio, Irenio; Salazar G uerra, Osvaldo C uba: utilización de la aviación agrícola. In: Econom ia y D esarrollo, vol. 110, n o 3. La H abana: p p G eneral > C U -E C O U H C D C Serial * Se da a conocer que la aviación agrícola en C uba es parte integrante de las transform aciones técnicas que en la agricultura se h an realizado a p a rtir del triunfo de la revolución, con al utilización de m edios quím icos para elevar las cosechas de diferentes cultivos en su costo de producción yproductividad del trab ajo. Se analizan dos quinquenios y un area del pais atendida p o r un destacam ento de aviación agrícola que brinda servicios de fertilización, aspersion y siem bra a, em presas agrícolas y pecuarias. Se inform a sobre la com posición del destacam ento m encionado y su area de operaciones, asi com o las causas que influyen en la subutilizacion de la aviación en la econom ia, citándose p o r ejem plo: el sistem a de tarifas aplicadas, la adquisición de equipos terrestre s p o r el M IN A G R I y el M IN A Z y las afectaciones a los cultivos colindantes sensibles a la contam inación con herbicidas horm onales al m edio am biente. Se explica que las listas oficiales de precios vigentes a p artir de 1981 afectan el uso de aviación en to d o s los sectores de la econom ia nacional y que el uso de los equipos aereos no sobrepasa el 50 p e r cent, lo que provoca que el resto sea depreciado no p o r horas de vuelo sino p o r vencim iento de recurso calendario. Se hace énfasis en las afectaciones a siem bras colindantes en su m ayoría de p equenos agricultores, p e r cent del to tal y se m uestran tablas con inform ación detallada al respecto. * [A G R IC U L T U R A ] [F U N G IC ID A S ] [T R A N S P O R T E A E R E O ] [CU BA ] CU F ernandez de Bulnes, Carlos; Figueras, M iguel A. ECLA C. P roducción de bienes de c a p ita l en C uba. In: E conom ia y D esarro llo, vol. 109, n o 2. La H abana: E C LA C. G eneral > C U -E C O U H C D C Serial * Se plantea el concepto de bienes de capital en una sociedad socialista especificando los conceptos que sustituyen esta expresión en el análisis de los auto res de este articulo, que aclaran que sus conclusiones no deben tom arse como por resultar de datos re-elaborados. Se realiza un esbozo de la economia cubana antes de 1959 y se añade un estudio com parativo con la situación económ ica de A m erica L atina, concluyéndose con la dem ostración de porque en Cuba se desarrollo la producción nacional de bienes de capital en esta época. Se relata com o el bloqueo econom ico im puesto a Cuba en esta época tratab a de dañarla con la paralización del parque de m aquinaria industrial y equipos de tran sp o rte p o r la falta de piezas de repuesto, y com o se logro solucionar paulatinam ente este deficit con las innovaciones de los trabaja d o re s y la adquisición en los países socialistas de peizas y com ponentes sim ilares a los deficitarios. Se describe en térm inos num éricos la dinám ica del sector industria y del com plejo de m aquinarias y equipos asi com o la estructura de las inversiones hechas en esta industria, asi como d éla producción p o r linea de productos. Se ofrece adem as inform ación sobre la producción nacional de bienes de capital p o r ram as industríales y tom ando com o ano de estudio 1985 se relaciona el num ero de em presas, trabajadores yproductividad, adem as de la estructura institucional de la producción de bienes de capital en ese ano. Se inform a como el pais ha creado capacidades productoras de bienes de capital de infraestructura económ ica que han ido conform ando un desarrollo industrial cada vez m as com plejo y que contribuye a la sustitución de im portaciones. * [BIEN ES D E C A PITA L] [EC O N O M IA N A C IO N A L] [CUBA] CU Zim balist, A ndrew Incentives a n d p la n n in g in C u b a. In: L atin Am erican R esearch Review, vol. 24, no. 1. A lbuquerque, NM: 1989.p p : tb ls.g e n e ra l > C D C Serial C D C Serial * Since 1959 th e C uban governm ent h as experim ented with different em phases and com binations o f incentives. T his essay explores the underlying problem atic and dynamic th at C uba confronts in attem p tin g to balance m oral and m aterial incentives within the fram ew ork o f central planning. It argues that the success o f C uba's econom ic system correlates directly with the introductio n o f decentralizing and dem ocratizing reform s. * [IN C EN TIV ES] [W A G E IN C E N TIV ES] [W A G E PA Y M EN T SYS T EM S] [SO C IA LIST C O U N T R IE S ] [PR O F IT S H A R IN G ] [W ORKER PA R T IC IP A T IO N ] [CUBA ] CU Lopez A revalo, Jorge A. M o ra to ria : opcion p a ra la d e u d a la tin o a m e ric a n a. In: E conom ia y D esarro llo, vol. I l l, n o.4. La H abana: 1989.p p G eneral > C U -E C O U H C D C Serial * Se p lantea la situación econom ics de lo sp a isesd e A m erica L atina y el C aribe con respecto a sus desequilibrios financieros, p o r los cuales sus gobiernos recurrieron al endeudam iento etderno p ara am pliar o m antener sus plantas productivas; lo que unido a unas relaciones com erciales basadas en el intercam bio desigual, en tre las naciones desarrolladas y los países atrasados, conform a el panoram a de la deuda externa que gravita sobre esta area del m undo. Se citan los p lanteam ientos centrales de la declaración final del III C ongreso de la A E A L C con el ínteres de en fre n ta r la deuda externa regional y la posibilidad de crear un fondo m o netario latinoam ericano dentro de un Nuevo O rden Econom ico Internacio, y un proceso de integración, cooperación y apoyo m utuo en la region. Se expone una panorám ica de la situación financiera internacional, detallándose la posición del FM I y los países acreedores hacia los deu d o res y se p ro p o n en soluciones a seguir p o r America L atina y el C aribe para lograr que no subsistan las bases que m antienen el d esequilibro actual, enfatizándose que la deuda externa es im pagable, conclusion que ten d rán que aceptar ta rd e o tem p ran o los deudores de la misma. * [D E U D A E X T E R N A ] [S IT U A C IO N E C O N O M IC A ] [E N D E U D A M IE N T O ] [C A R IB B EA N ] [T H E W O R LD ] CU M artinez Fagundo, Carlos P re sen cia e in flu e n c ia de los factores d e desequilibrio en las fin an zas in te rn a s en C uba. In: Econom ia y D esarro llo, vol. 112, n o.5. La H ab an a: 1989.p p G eneral > C U -E C O U H * Se profundiza en este trabajo en algunas proporciones en la economia cubana en el proceso de reproducción enfatizándose en aquellas desproporciones que influyen en la circulación m onetaria y de cuya corrección depende la elim inación de las presiones en las finanzas del pais. Se detallan las diferentes etapas en la evolución de la circulación m onetaria en Cuba, partiendo de la liquidez acum ulada hasta 1986 deteniendo se en el análisis de los problem as salariales, del em pleo y la eficiencial en la circulación m onetaria; la distribución, la form ación de la oferta y los gastos m onetarios, el efecto de la producción ylas im portaciones en la distribución y la baja integración de la econom ia en dicha circulación. Se citan los factores de desequilibrio y aplicación necesaria de u n conjunto de m edidas que im pidan el crecim iento de los signos de deterio ro en la esfera de la circulación m onetaria para lograr un equilibrio financiero que contribuya al desarrollo econom ico del pais. * [H A C IEN D O P U B L IC A ] [E Q U IL IB R IO E C O N O M IC O ] [CA RIB B EA N ] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

44 A CU M orales Pita, A ntonio E.; M irabal B arrios, Luis; Soto Esteva, Luis R a í tab ilid ad de los com plqjos ag ro in d u strial es azucarero s de la provincia de la H a b a n a en d periodo de In: Econom ia y D esarrollo, vol. 110, n o 3. La H abana: pp G eneral > C U -E C O U H C D C Serial * Se analiza en este trabajo las tendencias en el com portam iento estadístico de 28 indicadores tecnico-econom icos plasm ados en térm inos relativos sobre la rentabilidad de los com plejos agroindustriales azucareros, teniendo en cuenta que el 20 p e r cent del P roducto Social G lobal y el 75 p e r cent de las exportaciones son generados p o r este sector. Se dedica atención especial al estudio sobre los com ponentes del costo de producción p o r peso de producc io n b ru ta,a la correlación salario m edio-productividad y a las perdidas de la provincia, cuantificandose en térm inos aproxim ados la incidencia de algunos de los factores que m as repercuten sobre esta perdida y las vías para su solución. Se tom an com o centro del análisis los dato s de la provincia de la H abana, se posibilita el arribo a conclusiones generales basándose en la relación provincia-nacion. Se recom ienda continuar este estudio con mayor profundidad, desglosando los factores y aplicándolo a to d o s los com plejos agroindustriales de la provincia para contribuir al m ejoram iento de la producción azucarera y p o r ende de la rentabilidad de dichos com plejos agroindust riales. * [R E N TA B IL ID A D ] [A G R O IN D Ú ST R IA ] [IN D U ST R IA A Z U C A R ERA] [CUBA] CU Ayala C astro, H éctor; F errer, Pedro T endencias organizativas de las em presas cub anas. In: Econom ia y D esarrollo, vol. 110, n o 3. La H abana: p p G eneral > C U -E C O U H C D C Serial * Se trata de dem o strar que, la am pliación de las facultades de los niveles de base de la econom ia cubana y su fortalecim iento es una necesidad dentro de la construcción del socialism o y especificam ente en el perfeccionam iento del Sistema de D irección y Planificación de la Econom ía en dicha base, m ediante el ejercicio de la dirección centralizada y el uso de los instrum entos de control y los mecanism os del calculo econom ico adecuados. Se señalan las deficiencias com etidas en la aplicación del Sistem a de D irección y Planificación, como p o r ejem plo: no se logro totalm ente la autonom ia relativa de las em presas, erro res en la política sa la ria re n los planes de surtido, etc. Se cita que a partir de M arzo de 1988 se tom an decisiones p o r el estado cubano para variar algunos aspectos del Sistem a de D irección y Planificación de la Econom ia en el terren o de la planificación, el A T M, las inversiones, y en la simplificación de m odelos e indicadores; en el control de la actividad económ ica, la organización em presarial. Se hace referencia a las norm as sobre la U nion y las E m presas E statales que establece las características de la form ación de uniones y em presas, funciones de sus cuadros actividades técnicas y económ i cas, y el perfeccionam iento de la dirección, que en conjunto perm iten una adecuada aplicación del centralism o dem ocrático. Se esclarece el trabajo a realizar con respecto a las finanzas del estado y las inversiones tan to en la esfera productiva com o im productiva. * M ounting econom ic problem s and seriously overloaded services are th reatening th e D om inican R epublic's position as th e C aribbean's leading location for free trad e zone p roduction. Such zones, w here m aterials and com ponents are im ported duty-free and assem bled for export are m ultiplying all over the C aribbean and C entral A m erica. A s a result, in com petitiveness the D om inican R epublic has fallen from third to sixth place am ong seven C aribbean countries. T o counter this negative tre n d, th e D om inican congress has recom m ended th at (9) nine new free tra d e zones be added to the existing ones. O ptim ists also point to th e political and labour harm ony in th e D om inican R epublic, the substantial pool o f cheap w orkers and th e tran sp o rt, banking and com m unications services as strong incentives to investors. H ow ever the dilem m a for th e Dom inican governm ent is h o w to tackle m acro-econom ic and supply problem s without aggravating social problem s. * [FR EE T R A D E A REA S] [D O M IN IC A N R E P U B L IC ] G Y Forte, Lennox R ecent econom ic developm ents in G u y a n a G eorgetow n: Bank o f G uyana. R esearch D epartm en t, p. : tbls. Lim ited > G Y B G * Seeks to review the perform ance o f th e G uyana econom y during * [EC O N O M IC PO LIC Y ] [E C O N O M IC C O N D IT IO N S] [G U Y A N A ] [G U Y A N A ] H T C ouncil o f F reely -E lected H e a d s o f G o v ern m en t; N ational D em ocratic Institute for In ternational A ffairs 1990 general elections in H aiti. W ashington, D C : N ational D em ocratic Institute for In ternational A ffairs, p. : ill. G eneral > C D C * A ssesses the 1990 general elections in H aiti from th e poin t o f view o f th e 33 m em ber international observer delegation co-sponsored by th e Council o f Freely-elected H eads o f G overnm ent and th e N ational D em ocratic Institute for Internationl A ffairs (N D I).T h e C ouncil/n D I m onitoring effort was part o f a larger role played by the international com m unity in supporting H aiti's quest for dem ocracy. T he strong com m itm ent o f th e U nited N ations; the O rganization o f A m erican S tates, th e O rganization o f E astern C aribbean States, the U nited S tates, C anada, V enezuela and o th e r nations helped to ensure th at this chance for dem ocracy was forthcom ing.t he 1990election was H aiti's freest and it provided President Jean -B ertran d A ristride a broad p opular m andate for change. C overs the entire period from th e pre-election activities o f the visiting delegation to th e final election day. C hapter one describes the Council and N D I activities in support o f H aiti's election process. C h apters two and th ree p resent a b rie f historical and constitutional overview o f H aiti. C hapter four discusses the electoral environm ent. T he fifth chapter provides the delegation's election day observations, while th e sixth describes the counting process, th e January 20,1991 ru n -o ff election and the inauguaratio n.t h e seventh chapter offers som e reflections on H aiti's election process. Also contains statem ents m ade by visitingdelegates and the inaugural address o f President Aristide on F ebruary 7,1991. * [ELEC TIO N S] [H ISTO R Y ] [PO L IT IC A L STA B ILITY ] [V O TIN G ] [PO L IT IC A L B E H A V IO U R ] [H A ITI] * [ECO NOM IA PLA N IFICA D A ] [EM PRESAS SO CIALISTAS] [AD M INISTRACIO N D E EM PRESAS] [CUBA] D O E chevarria, Vito D om inican doubts. In: South, n o.ll4. L ondon: p p G eneral > C D C Serial JM M ohan R ao, J. Aspects o f Jam aican agriculture. In: Social and Econom ic Studies, vol. 39, no. 1. M ona: 1990.p p : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial * Analyses the Jam aican food and agricultural sector, explaining the nature o f adjustm ents during the perio d. T ren d s in agricultural production and trad e are related to underlying d eterm inants o f p erfo rm an ce. D ocum ents 26 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

45 A30. steep decline in real wages and in the food-purchasing pow er o f Jam aicans. T h e nature o f consequent adjustm ents in p attern s o f food consum ption and in levels o fn u tritio n are also indicated. Finally,highlights the m ain elem ents o f th e policy th ru st o fth e th en governm ent tow ards J am aican agriculture and food consum ption. * [A G R IC U L T U R A L SEC TO R ] [A G R IC U L T U R A L P R O D U C T IO N ] [A G R IC U L T U R A L STA TISTICS] [A G R IC U L T U R A L PO LIC Y ] [JA M A IC A ] JM H arriso n, Faye V. Ja m a ic a a n d th e in te rn a tio n a l d ru g econom y. In: T ransafrica F orum, vol. 7, n o p p G eneral > C D C Serial * Exam ines the involvem ent o f the developing countries in the international dru g econom y, with p articular atten tio n focused on Jam aica. T he serious econom ic recession o f the 1980s brought about a stagnation in econom ic growth in m ost developing countries and during the sam e period, the international production and distribution o f illicit drugs underw ent an alarm ing expansion. B etw een 1982 and 1985 worldwide production increased in all m ajor drugs; m ore th an 50 percent in opium, 40 percent in coca and alm ost 20 percent in m arijuana. Jam aica, not im m une to the general world situation and experiencing stagnationary effects from U S policies com bined with International M onetary Fund policies saw the deterioration in living conditions o f the p o o r. T his left m any Jam aicans open to th e tem ptations o f the drug econom y. T he relationship betw een capitalism and drugs is established and the history o f how m arijuana becom e a prim ary export product from Jam aica is traced. T he political aspects o f this inform al sector is briefly explained,both the internal Jam aican involvement and the U S. involvement. * [IN T E R N A T IO N A L E C O N O M Y ] [N A RCOTICS] [FO R E IG N P O L ICY] [C A PTIA LISM ] [D EM O C R A C Y ] [PO LITIC A L PRO B LEM S] [JA M A IC A ] [U N IT E D STA TES] referral services and training o f health professionals. Identifies gaps in services and concludes with a discussion on areas for future studies. * [M A T E R N A L A N D C H IL D H E A L T H ] [S O C IA L P R O B L E M S ] [H E A L T H SER V IC ES] [C H R O N IC D ISEA SE S] [H EA L TH PER SO N N E L] [TR A IN IN G ] [JA M A IC A ] JM E ldem ire, Denise Sexual ab u se o f c h ild re n in K in g sto n a n d S t. A ndrew. : ill. In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking th e cycle. P o rt o fs p a in : T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, pp C aribbean R egional C onference on Child A buse and N eglect, 1, P ort ofspain, O cto b er G eneral > C D C * D efines the term s child abuse, sexual abuse, violent m olestation and incest. D iscusses th e findings o f a study o n th e rep o rted incidence o f sexual abuse at the Fam ily C ourt during th e period A ugust 1982-July D escribes the m ethodology used, th e form s o f sexual abuse rep o rted and the medical findings. States th at the facts support th e argum ent th at th e tru e incidence is much higher than reported, and th erefore higlights the problem o f non-reporting. R ape and incest w ere the m ost com m on rep o rted form o f sexual abuse. N otes that th ere were not enough cases to adequately docum ent family structure, family interaction and social conditions associated with sexual abuse. W hat was striking during th e interview s with p aren ts was th eir reluctance to report cases and they w ere even m ore reluctant to proceed with crim inal proceedings even in cases o f rap e. F ather-daughter incest was the m ost com m on form o f incest in the study. C oncludes th at the long-term effects o f sexual abuse are not known and follow up studies are n o w b ein g d o n e in an effort to docum ent these effects. * [C H ILD A B U SE] [SE X U A L V IO L E N C E ] [JA M A IC A ] JM Feifer, Chris Naschak M a te rn a l h ealth in Ja m a ic a : h e a lth n eed s, services a n d u tilizatio n. W ashington, D C : W orld B ank, p. : ill. (W orld B ank. Policy, R esearch and E xternal A ffairs W orking Papers. Population, H ealth and N u tritio n ). W PS 539 G eneral > C D C * Reviews the literature on m aternal health problem s services and related social problem s. S tates that Jam aica is characterized by relatively high levels o f both fertility and fem ale labour force participation and th at it is im portant when considering health service utilization to rem em ber the m ultiple responsibilities o f w om en and th eir lim ited resources (tim e and money) for health care. Sites th e low prevalence o f legal m arriages as an o th er characteristic o f Jam aican society and unstable unions have been blam ed for high fertility. D iscusses the findings on the m ain health issues identified as nutrition (anem ia stands out as the m ost significant nutritional disorder im pacting on m aternal health, in addition to relatively high levels o f endem ic sickle cell anem ia) ; fertility (the problem o f teen pregnancy is dram atic, fertility peaks at age 20-24); infections and chronic diseases (the two leading causes o f death for adult w om en are cerebrovascular accidents and coronary heart disease. High blood pressure isa m ajor com ponent o f adult m orbidity and m ortality); stress and social problem s (unem ploym ent, econom ic inadequacy, separation o f p artn ers, m ale prom iscuity, lim ited availability o f schooling for children, unreliability o f goods and services and violence). Exam ines the m ajor health concerns o f children and states th at early w eaning was identified as the single m ost im portant factor causing m alnutrition and infant m ortality in the late 1960's. D escribes the availability and current levels o f utilization o fth e health services including family planning, prenatal care, delivery and obstetrics JM Stone, Carl Socio-econom ic stu d y o f th e to u rism in d u stry in Ja m a ic a. In: C aribbean A ffairs, vol. 4, no p p : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial * N otes th e econom ic and social im pact o f larger hotels on resort tow ns and th e national econom y. Exam ines how m uch support exists for the tourism industry from those generally affected and th e view o f new concepts such as all inclusive p ro p erties. T he overall sam ple o f persons interviewed for the survey was 2,068; 654 were hotel w orkers, 740 guests, 12 m anagers,360persons in small business groups who earn th eir living directly from tourism and 302 citizens not connected directly o r indirectly to the industry. Two hotels covered in th e survey w ere located inn egril.five in M ontego Bay, four in Ocho Rios and one in the parish o f Trelaw ny, the first th ree places are im portant tourism areas. T he interview centered on six questions th at cover the areas o f who benefits from tourism : (1) w hether th e small m an gets full benefits from tourism ; (2) the cost o f tourism ; (3) w hether hotel w orkers get full benefits from tourism ; (4) views o f all inclusive hotels; (5) w orkers identification with the tourism industry and (6) w hether hotel w orkers enjoy their work. Concludes from the interview th at: (1) th e sm all m an is locked out from a fair share o f benefits from the tourist industry; and (2) all inclusive hotels are seen as big m oney spinners for the by hoteliers, b u t as stum bling blocks in the path o f the small interest in tourism. T he second p art the wages and salaries and the econom ic contributions m ade b y th e h o tel industry. T h e general view was th at the tourist industry is built on relatively low wages. R ecom m ends th at the industry break with th e cheap labour trad itio n and create a clim ate were w orkers are b etter rew arded. D ata presen ted illustrate the considerable contribution m ade by hotels to the national econom y, with the all inclusive hotels lodging 81 percent m ore U S dollars p e r hotel room in Recom CARISPLAN Abstracts, No.22,

46 A30. m ends th at the public be educated on th e benefits o f all inclusive hotels to the island's economy. [T O U R IS M ] [H O T E L IN D U S T R Y ] [JA M A IC A ] o f identification should be w orn (pins, jerseys etc.) so th at g reater exposure could be given to th e country * [ELEC TIO N S] [V O TIN G ] [N A M IBIA ] JM W int, Eleanor Som e results from a research project on sidew alk vending of food. In: W itter,m ichael, ed..h igglering / sidewalk vending / inform al com m ercial trading in the Jam aican econom y: proceedings o f a sym posium. M ona: U W I. D epartm ent ofe co n o m ics (M o n a,jm ), 1989.p p H igglers / Sidewalk V endors / Inform al Com m ercial T rad ers, K ingston, 21 M ay G eneral > C D C D iscusses th e findings o f an action-oriented research project which started in July 198$ and lasted for one year. Project focused on the p rocurem ent, preparation and vending o f street foods. Briefly describes the m ethodology used and som e o f the findings - the nutritinal com ponent o f the study, specific gender differences th e clientele, location, fiinding (over 70 percent o f the vendors financed them selves) procurem ent and tim e spent vending on the street. * [IN FO R M A L SE C TO R ] [FO O D ] [V EN D O R S] [R E SE A R C H P R O JECTS] [D O M E STIC T R A D E ] [JA M A IC A ] MS Fergus,H ow ard A. S om e p ro b lem s o f m ic ro P a rlia m e n ts in C a rib b ean m icro sta te s: th e M o n tserra t case. In: C aribbean A ffairs, v o l.4, no p p G eneral > C D C Serial Focuses m ainly on th e educational quality o f the parliam entarians in the state o f M o n tserrat. P roposes th at at present parliam entarians are letting critical issues pass through the legislative process too quickly without adequate and in-depth discussion. A nother M o ntserrat dilem m a is th at the image o f the politician rem ains un attractive, so well-educated persons tend to reject a political career. R ecom m ends certain strategies th at m ay be adopted to rem edy the situation. These are: attractive rem uneration; controls on electioneering expenditure; m odification o f the regulation banning civil servants from entering active politics; electoral reform to ensure larger electoral districts,and political education. Suggests th at th e problem s discussed,as well as the political culture p resented h ere pose a problem for m any m icrostates in the Caribbean. * [PA R LIA M EN T] [G O V ER N M E N T ] [ED U C A T IO N ] [M O N T SER RAT] NA Lucas, Joycelyn R eport on th e N am ib ia experience. Port-of-Spain: p. G E N E R A L > T T P * C om prehensive report on the holding o f the first election in N am ibia. Part I gives some background on the geography and econom ic structure as well as historical developm ents which have led to the conduct o f Nam ibian independence election. P art II concerns th e deploym ent o f U nited N ations T ra n sition Assistance G roup (U N T A G ) in N am ibia - initial p rep arato ry exercises registration o f voters, arrangem ents for the conduct o f elections, appointm ent and training o f election supervisors. Part III looks at th e role and Junction o f UN TA G election supervisors in the conduct o f electors; and P art IV contains her observations, conclusions and recom m endations for fiiture m issions. These include th e appointm ent o f contingent m em bers well in advance as well as greater care in the selection o f persons, given the specialized nature o f the task and would-be am bassador statu s o f the m em bers. Suggests that som e sort T T Farrell, T errence W. C hoice o f exchange ra te regim e in a w orld o f floating ra te s. In: C entral B ank o f T rinidad and T obago. M o n etary and financial policy in T rinidad and T obago: selected C entral B ank essays. Port-of-Spain: C entral B ank o ft rin id ad and T obago, pp G eneral > T T P Explores som e o f the issues which affect the choice o f an exchange rate regim e. T he choice o f an optim al rate is affected by a country's particular econom ic objectives (for example stabilisation o f real dom estic incom e, minimise fluctuations in the balance o f tra d e ). T h ere can be as m any optim al baskets as th ere are econom ic objectives. G iven the econom ic characteristics o ft rin id a d and T obago, th e em pirical evidence suggested th at ex p o st the U S. dollar was an ap p ropriate choice for an optim al peg [FO R E IG N E X C H A N G E C O N T R O L ] [M O N E T A R Y PO LIC Y ] [IN T E R N A T IO N A L F IN A N C IA L M A R K ET] T T O 'B rien, H am id D evelopm ent o f th e secu rities m a rk e t in T rin id a d a n d T obago. Port-of-Spain: 1989._, 132 leaves : tbls. G eneral U ndertakes the exam ination o f the securities m arket in T rinidad and T obago up to the end o f T he historical background up to the 1960's is reviewed and the relationships betw een th e corporate sector and the financial institutions are explored.t h e m arket is analysed in term s o f its organizational structure (i.e. legal, regulatory, institutional) and the factors which affect the supply o f and dem and for securities. Its effectiveness as a source o f capital and an allocation is paid to the role o f G overnm ent and the im pact o f its policies on the course o f developm ent o fth e m arket. T he future developm ent o f the m arket is also considered, with p articular reference to the proposed introduction o fth e Sock Exchange and th e U nit T ru st C orporation * [SECU R ITIES] [IN V ESTM EN TS] [BONDS] [SH A RES] [FIN A N C IA L M A R K E T] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T H ilaire, Alvin D. E conom ic reaction to a sectorial boom : T rin id ad a n d Tobago p. : tbls., charts G eneral > T T P * Provides an em pirical study o f the m acroeconom ic effects o f the oil price rises o f the 1970's on oil exportingt rinidad and T obago. A rgues th at the boom created incentives for prices, factor rew ards and resources to move against the (non-oil) tradeables sector relative to the nontradeables sector. This process was significantly influenced byg overnm ent policies. D om estic inflation significantly reduced the international price com petitiveness o fth e tradeables sector. N arrow ing o f the price differential betw een the cost o f im ports and th eir dom estic selling price was due to governm ent tax rates and increased subsidies. In addition relaxation o f exchange controls served to suppress the growth ofp rem ia to h olders o f im port licences th at would have occurred with the increase in aggregate dem and in the fixed quota case. T he end o f the second oil boom ushered in a reversal o f th e econom ic m echanism s. U nem ploym ent increased, whilst output prices, wages and labour began to move tow ards the tradeables sector * [M A C R O ECO N O M IC S] [IN FLA TIO N ] [G O V E R N M E N T PO LIC Y ] [TR IN ID A D A ND T O B A G O ] 28 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

47 A T T H am el-sm ith, Allyson E m p o w erm en t th ro u g h educatio n : pow er a n d co n tro l from th e perspective o f th e ab u sed ch ild. In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking th e cycle. P o rt o f Spain: T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, pp C aribbean Regional C onference on Child A buse and N eglect, 1, P ort o f Spain, O cto b er G eneral > C D C * B ased on a clinical study o f four children, two girls and two boys, ages 6-10, conducted at a private out-patient m ental health clinic. Study exam ined the issue ofem pow erm ent through th e use o f Projective T esting.b riefly describes th e technique and lists th e two m ajor advantages o f T hem atic A pperception T ests. Identifies, th e areas o f concern in Projective T esting, addressing each in a description o f th re e o f th e children. Provides a sum m ary o f th e general findings o f th e study and states th at som e m erely reinforce old principles, while o th ers are m ore revolutionary and o f g reater significance to this field o f study. C oncludes th a t to b reak th e cycle o f child abuse, children should be helped to becom e m ore aw are o f th e ir unconscious scripts, and to replace them with conscious, positive scenarious for their lives. * [C H ILD A B U SE ] [C H ILD C A R E] [PSY C H O L O G IC A L A SPEC TS] [CASE STU D IE S] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] [TH E W O R LD ] TT Pantin, D ennis In to th e valley o f deb t: an altern ativ e ro ad to th e IM FAVorid B ank P ath in T rin id ad an d T obago. T unapuna: _, 97 p. : ill. G eneral > T T P * A im s to supply inform ation about th e im plications for o u r econom y o fth e supervision carried out by international financial institutions. It also suggests alternative econom ic policies th at can be im plem ented w ithout such external supervision. A rgues th at IM FAVorid B ank policies not only fail to achieve th eir targets but also extract massive social costs in m any countries. Points out that econom ic developm ent cannot occur unless the population supports what is being done to bring about such developm ent. P roposes a program m e o f popular education about how this econom y works, about relevant international econom ic tren d s and about what can be realistically e j e c t e d in this country * [EC O N O M IC PO LIC Y ] [D E V E L O P M E N T BANKS] [D E V E L O P M E N T PO LIC Y ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T Pan T rinbago M e m o ran d u m to th e G overn m en t o ft rin id a d an d Tobago on ( l)th e N atio n al C o n cert H all (2)capital in vestm ents by th e steelb an d m ovem e n t. Port-of-Spain: P an T rin b ag o, 1990._,65 p.g e n e ra l > T T P * Seeks to distinguish betw een the im portant and tim ely character o f the N ational Festival C entre C om plex as earlier conceptualised by th e Special C om m ittee and those o th er com plem entary capital projects which will launch the Steelband M ovem ent on a truly self-reliant path. N otes th at as an essential strategy in building vital physical infrastructure for th e M ovem ent, a N ational C oncert H all attracts its very own aura o f attention; an atten tio n reflecting two crucial concerns in this season o f dire social need in o u r country and that in the prevailing set o f social and econom ic circum stances in th e national environm ent, the H all earns added im m ediacy. A t the sam e tim e, the projects outlined in the proposal form an integrated package o f high-priority investm ents in the M ovem ent's future T T Ram sey, Prince M o re co n tracep tiv e choices likely by th e en d o f th e cen tu ry. S t. A ugustine: U W I.IS E R, p. C aribbean Studies A ssociation C onference, 15 - th e C aribbean in the year 2000, P o rt o f Spain, M ay G eneral > T T P * By th e year 2000 m any new -im proved contraceptives will be available to couples and will provide effective, safe and acceptable family planning optio n s. P roducts are being researched b u t only a few o f these will b e available during this decade. D iscusses briefly th e m odes o f adm inistration, the effectiveness, side effects and other acceptable factors and delivery requirem ents * [C O N T R A C E PTIO N ] [B IR TH C O N T R O L ] [H E A L T H ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T C larke, Reginald O ral a n d p icto ria l records p ro g ra m m e o f th e U niversity o f th e W est In d ie s,s t. A ugustine: a n overview. S t. A ugustine: U.W I.IS E R, p. C aribbean Studies A ssociation C onference, 15 - th e C aribbean in th e year 2000, P o rt o f Spain, M ay G en eral > T T P * D escribes the O ral and P ictorial R ecords Program m e (O P R E P ),an ongoing program m e organized b y th e m ain lib ra ry at U niversity o fth e W est Indies,S t. A ugustine * [A R C H IV E S] [P H O T O G R A P H S ] [R E C O R D IN G S ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Finance Review o f th e econom y P o rt o f Spain: G overnm ent Printery, p. : ill.,tlb sg e n e ra l > T T P * Reviews th e econom ic perform ance o f th e dom estic econom y noting that although world econom ic grow th w as buoyant during th e period, the fuel exporting countries suffered a deterio ratio n in th eir term s o f trad e while the deeply indebeted countries continued to reel u n d e r th eir debt b u rd en. R ates o f inflation in developing countries rose during 1989 aided by recovery in intern atio n al p etro leu m prices as th e O P E C agreem ent on quotas was reached. F o r th e seventh consecutive year real G D P declined b u t at a decelerating rate. R ecent efforts to stim ulate th e p etroleum sector include the im plem entation o f a revised ta x regim e in 1988 and a revision o f conditions attached to exploration and production licenses. T h e first phase o f the South E ast Coast C onsortium (SECC) project got underw ayin Lowering world wide m arket prices for petro-chem icals was felt in the U rea, M ethonol and am m onia industries. M anufacturing contracted for th e th ird consecutive year as did th e constructing and quarrying. T ourism showed a decrease in visitors but the industry continues to be a focal point with th e establishm ent o f T ourism D evelopm ent A uthority, extension o f Crown P oint runway, opening o f cruise ship term inal and addition o f hotel room s. A griculture recorded significant grow th in m ost areas. W ages continued to be generally depressed whilst unem ploym ent officially stood at 22.4 percent Fiscal policy focused on revision o f taxation system, and expenditure reducing m easures. E fforts to im prove fiscal balance was facilitated by continued buoyancy o f the international p etroleum m arket with the price o f oil reaching $ 1 8 U S p er b arrel.t otal public d eb t increased to $11,623 m illion. T he state enterprises and public utilities sector showed slight im provem ent as revenue increased while expenses declined * [IN V E S T M E N T S ] [C A P IT A L G O O D S ] [PE R F O R M IN G A RTS] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] * [EC O N O M IC C O N D IT IO N S] [E C O N O M IC SU R V EY ] [M O N ETA R Y PO LIC Y ] [PU B LIC FIN A N C E ] [PU B L IC E X PE N D IT U R E S ] [STATIS T IC A L D A T A ] [EC O N O M IC R E C E SSIO N ] [TR IN ID A D AND T O B A G O ] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

48 A T T Trinidad and Tobago Small Business Developm ent Com pany S tartin g y o u r own b u sin e ss - th e key questio n s an d answ ers you need to know. Port-of-Spain: Small B usiness D evelopm ent C om pany, p. G eneral > T T P Gives guidelines for those intending to start business; im portant elem ents covered include m anagem ent requirem ents; com m on characteristics o f en trepreneurs; starting th e business; record keeping; technical and legal aspects; m arketing and m anaging staff [S M A L L -S C A L E IN D U S T R Y ] [C O T T A G E IN D U S T R Y ] [TR IN ID A D A ND T O B A G O ] T T R esearchers for E ducation A ction and D evelopm ent (R E A D ) Study o f diabetes a n d h y p erten sio n in w om en aged twenty-five a n d over. St. A ugustine: U W I.IS E R, p. C aribbean Studies A ssociation C onference, 15 - the C aribbean in th e year 2000, P ort o f Spain, M ay G eneral > T T P Exam ines the health status o f w om en in T rinidad and T obago in four areas:- 1) disease m anagem ent - m anner in which wom en diagnosed as suffering from either disease m anage th eir own health condition; 2) support services - the community, 3) inform ation dissem ination; 4) risk factors [W OM EN] [D ISEA SES] [D IA B ETES] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T D em as, W illiam G. Tow ards a developm ent consen su s in T rin id ad a n d Tobago fo r th e 1990s. In: C aribbean A ffairs, v o l.4, n o.l p p G eneral > C D C Serial Proposes a change o f attitude tow ard econom ic developm ent and explores areas where agreem ents can be forged to create a guide for action during the decace o fth e gas in T rinidad and T obago. Suggests th at the ways to econom ic developm ent are tw ofold: the "right values and attitudes" m ust adopted tow ards consum ption, saving and investm ent, education and training, w ork, productivity and th rift, and risk taking; and an external econom ic environm ent which is not excessively unfavourable.t he centre o fth e discussion is th at "all o ft rin id a d and T obago - individuals, governm ents, public utilities, state enterprises and private firm s - m ust save much m ore than we now do." B rief notes on possible areas o f im provem ent and developm ent within th e society are given. These are: training and education, hum an resource developm ent; producingand exporting; em ploym ent; and ideology, concensus and developm ent. O bserves th at T rinidad and Tobago needs m ore savings, investm ent, education, training, exporting and a m ore closely defined and agreed role for the governm ent, and less consum ption. All these are necessary to achieve economic and social im provem ent. [EC O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [TR IN ID A D A ND T O B A G O ] billion barrels and Mexico 54 billion b arrels. Trinidad and T obago's natural gas reserves were estim ated at 20 trillion cubic feet, an oil equivalent o f two billion barrels o f oil, at p resen t, virutally u n tap p ed. N otes the fall in pro fitability in the international refining m arkets. E xam ines C A R IC O M trad e in oil products and the position o f its refining m arkets pointing out the realistic situation th at C A R IC O M is not agrow ing vibrant m arket. G ivesa b rie f insight into the future o f oil p roduction in th e region. Concludes th at the energy reality facing Trinidad and T obago is th at it is a natural gas econom y not an oil econom y. P resently 9 0percent ofits oil p roduction d ep en d so n gas uplifting by injection into its oil re serves. Failure to accept and u nderstand this situation could result in distortions in policy which influence econom ic thinking and planning. [H Y D R O C A R B O N S ] [C A R IC O M ] [T R A D E ] [PE T R O L E U M P R O D U CTS] [PR O D U C T IO N ] [N A T U R A L G A S] [PE R T O L E U M ] [TR IN I D A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T A rthur Young Firm (Trinidad) VA.T.: system s co n sid eratio n s. P ort-of-spain: A rth u r Y oung (T rinidad), p. : tb ls.g e n eral > T T P O utlines certain system considerations for im plem enting value added taxes. T hese are: 1) records and accounts; 2) req uirem ents for V A T on invoicing credits; 3) invoicing examples; 4) requirem ents for V A T on input; 5) accounting; 6) data flows [V A LU E A D D E D TA X ] [TAXES] [TA X A T IO N ] [TAX R E FO R M S] [C O N S U M P T IO N T A X ] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] [U N IT E D K IN G D O M ] V G E ncontre, Pierre W hy does th e to u rist d o lla r m a tte r: an in tro d u c tio n to th e econom ics o f to u rism in th e B ritish V irgin Isla n d s. T o rto la: British V irgin Islands T ourist B oard, xi, 141 p. : ill. G eneral > C D C 9864 W ritten for high school students, considers the role tourism can play in creating the conditions for raising th e standard o f firing o f the islanders and the benefits to be derived from investing in tourism. Explains and illustrates the 'journey' o f th e tourist dollar th roughout the econom y - how the dollar changes hands, the incom e generation im pact o f tourist spending and the use o f the tourist incom e m ultiplier as an indicator o f econom ic perform ance. C haracteristics o f the tourism econom y are described and tourism incom e is considered in term s o fth e g eneration and p a tte rn o f distribution o f wages and profits within the tourism econom y. A cknow ledges th at tourism benefits the islanders at different level&and a s a significant source ofgovernm ent revenue, contributes to the nations capacity to support its developm ent efforts. Examines ways g reater econom ic benefits can be achieved w ithout eroding th e social and physical balance o f the islands and concludes th at foreign involvem ent is no longer perceived as the m ost desirable way to increase th e well being o f the islanders and th at the new approach contem plates a w ider participation o f nationals / [TO U R ISM ] [E C O N O M IC E V A L U A T IO N ] [BRITISH V IR G IN IS- TT Lega 11, G eorge LANDS] T rin id ad an d Tobago hydro carb o n s: m a jo r lessons fo r th e region. In: Caribbean Affairs, vol.3, n o.3. Port ofspain: 1990.pp : tbls. G eneral > CD C Serial VI Belle, Adelle Examines the m anagem ent o fth e energyresourcesoft rinidad and T obago, C hild abuse: th e L-S. Virgin Islands experience. : ill.tbls. its oil and natural gas reserves, in the context o f t h e C A R IC O M energy In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking the cycle. P ort o f Spain: T rinidad and m arket, and the w ider C aribbean Region including V enezuela and M exico. A t T obago. M inistry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, pp. 1st lan u ary 1989, Trinidad and Tobago oil reserves were estim ated at million barrels, B arbados at half a million barrels, Venezuela possessed 58 Caribbean Regional Conference on Child A buse and Neglect, 1,Port ofspain, O ctober G eneral 30 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

49 A30. > C D C * A n overview o f child abuse and neglect with supporting statistical data. Identifies and discusses socio-cultural forces which include family relationships and econom ic conditions, attitudes and values and individual characteristics as th e m ain contributing factors which provide an ecological systems perspective o f the problem. Solutions include em phasis on prevention which m ust include com m unity education with training before and after becom ing paren ts, allocation o f m ore funds and trained m anpow er to respond to referrals and im proved inter-agency coordination and relations. Concludes th at the approach to child rearing needs to be re-exam ined and this should be ecological in nature. * [CHILD ABU SE ] [CHILD CA R E] [U N ITED STATES V IR G IN IS LA N D S] X I Cobley, A lan G. A parth eid, san ctio n s a n d sp o rt. In: B ulletin o f E astern C aribbean A ffairs, vol. 15, no. 2/3. Cave Hill: p p G eneral > C D C Serial * In th e light o f current controversies over sporting contacts with South Africa, this pap er reviews th e history o f th e international sports boycott against South A frica and considers the justification for the boycott. It concludes with some observations on the continuing necessity for sanctions, both in sports and in o th er fields, including the possibility o f additional econom ic m easures within the C aribbean. * [A P A R T H E ID ] [SPORTS] [BO Y C O TT] [CA RIBBEA N ] X I U N IC E F C a rib b ean A rea O ffice a n n u a l re p o rt SJ.: U N IC E F,1990. : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial * Provides key indicators for children in each o f the fourteen countries covered b y th e C aribbean A rea O ffice. Provides an overview o fth e political and econom ic tren d s affecting ch ild ren. States th at 1989 was characterized by a decline in econom ic perform ance in m any o f the countries and com m ents on the negative im pact o f the structural adjustm ent program m es. N utrition rem ains a problem to be tackled and th e region exhibits strong signs o f needs in education in areas such as literacy. Identifies by country the dam age done by hurricane H ugo. Provides and analysis o f the m ain areas o f cooperation covered by th e M ulti-island P rogram m e (M IP) and two supplem entary funded projects and the In ter R egional Funds for Planning Program m ing and E valuation (IF P P E ). R eports on the activities o f the office and on the inform ation strategy adopted during the year, the activities related to the D raft C onvention on th e R ights o fth e Child, fund raising,partnerships and alliances and the greeting card o peration. Provides as appendices a list o f studies and evaluations im plem ented in 1989 and planned for 1990; a special rep o rt on aids; an update on the econom ic conditions o f the countries and a review o f strategies for C hildren in the 1990's. Identifies by country the dam age done by hurricane Hugo. * [C H ILD R EN ] [EC O N O M IC C O N D IT IO N S] [EC O N O M IC IN D IC A T O R S ] [H E A L T H IN D IC A T O R S ] [U N IC E F ] [W O R K P R O G RA M M ES] [AIDS] [RESEA RC H PRO JEC TS] [CARIBBEAN] X I S h a n d,e d e n A. C a rib b ean in th e larg er w orld: issues in en v iro n m en t a n d develo p m e n t. P o rto fs p a in : E C L A C. Subregional H eadquarters for the C aribb ean, p. G eneral > C D C * Exam ines the basic problem linking the environm ent and developm ent, which is large scale environm ental degradation. Proposes that it is im portant to understand m an's position in th e hierarchy o f living systems and the problem s being caused b y developm ent, in o rd er to solve environm ental problem s. Explains the division o f the environm ent into the natural environm ent and the built o r m an-m ade environm ent. Lays out envirom ental assests o f th e C aribbean region and details th e problem s being faced internationally and regionally. T h e region s environm ental objectives in relation to its future developm ent are listed and strategies for th e ir execution are given. Proposals are m ade for international cooperation in the pursuit o f subregional sustainable developm ent. * [E N V IR O N M E N T] [EN V IR O N M E N T] [EC O N O M IC A N D SO CIA L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [R E G IO N A L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [IN T E R N A T IO N A L C O O P E R A T IO N ] [C A R IB B EA N ] X I C h a n g in g th e face o f C a rib b ean p o rts. In: C aribbean Shipping, M ay pp. 6-7 : ill. G eneral > C D C Serial * L ooks at the developm ent o fp o rts in th e islands o f D om inica,t rinidad and A ntigua. T he G overnm ent o f all th ree islands retained the sendees o f the consulting firm N ovaport, a Nova Scotia based firm. In D om inica the company was involved in th e P ortsm outh C ruise Ship facility and the F ort Shirley and C ruise Ship H arb o u r com plex, which w on th e A m erican E g r e s s award for historic sites in In T rinidad th e com pany was retained by PLIP- D E L C O to u ndertake a study on th e future developm ent opportunities and required facilities to support recom m ended developm ent. It also did a study for th e P ort A uthority o f T rinidad and T obago (PA T T ) in which it recom m ended the creation o f a new business district on the w aterfront, with hotels, shops, offices and tourism facilities. In A ntigua it prep ared the St. John's W aterfro n t D evelopm ent Plan which is intended to act as a background docum ent for the long-term redevelopm ent o fth e H arb o u r. T hese examples illustrate th e charges in the focus o f m odern C aribbean p o rt developm ent, particularly in its shift toward tourism. * [PO RTS] [C A N A D A ] [TO U R ISM ] [IN FR A STRU C T U R E ] [CARIB B EA N ] X I Payne, M onica Child abuse: a C aribbean regional perspective. In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking th e cycle. P o rt o fs p a in : T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, 1990.pp C aribbean Regional C onference on Child A buse and N eglect, 1, Port ofspain, O cto b er G eneral > C D C * D iscusses the findings o f a survey on parental use o f corporal punishm ent conducted in O ctober/n ovem ber 1987, on a sam ple o f 499 adults ranging in age from 20 to 59. S tates th at th ere is still w idespread support fo r corporal punishm ent (71 percent) h ow ever,there isa small but significant m inorityw ho are against (23 percent o f the 29 percent who disapproved indicated it should never be used), a finding not apparent in previous literature from the Caribbean, but consistent with com plaints from p aren ts about punishm ent at school. R esponses used to illustrate findings. D iscusses th e influence o f the m edia. S tates th at the findings provided a clearer picture o f the current confusion and conflict on th e use o f corporal punishm ent and its status vis a vis contem porary perceptions about abusive parental behaviour. D ata suggests the developm ent o f positive and enthusisatic attitudes tow ards non-corporal m ethods o f discipline and recom m ends th at these b e set in a Caribbean context. [C H IL D R E A R IN G ] [D ISC IPL IN E ] [C A R IB B EA N ] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No.22,

50 A XI G onzalez N unez, G erard o ; V idal, Sergio Plasencia; K linger Pevida, E duardo C u b a / C aricom relatio n s: p ro p o sals. In: W edderburn, Ju d ith, ed.. Integration and p articipatory developm ent: selected papers and proceedings o f th e second conference o f C aribbean econom ists. K ingston: Friedrich E b ert Stiftung / A ssociation o f C aribbean Econom ists, pp C onference o f C aribbean E conom ists, 2, Bridgetow n, M ay G eneral > C D C * M akes proposals fo r th e consolidation o f solutions to historical problem s hindering a g reater level o f cooperation betw een the econom ies o f C uba and the m em ber countries o f C A R IC O M. C uba's position on the question o f unity and cooperation with C A R IC O M is illustrated as supportive. H ow ever, the larger integration m ovem ent am ong th e C aribbean and L atin A m erica is an im portant consideration that influences the C uba/c A R IC O M relations. A history o f the relationship betw een C uba and C A R IC O M helps to p u t the issue into perspective.c uba h a stra d e with C A R IC O M and its m ain im porters were G ren ad a, G uyana, B arbados and Jam aica. T he collaboration betw een Cuba and C A R IC O M how ever h as not been restricted to tra d e. F o r m any years C uba offered m edical assistance to G uyana, and at tim es to Jam aica and G renada. A ssistance has also been given to C uba in education, fisheries, agriculture, construction, science and technology and sports. T here is a global trend tow ard cooperation and th e C uba/c A R IC O M relationship should be revived but without the political ghost. Recom m ends that provisions hindering cooperation be rem oved, m echanism s for trad e be b ro adened, com m on objectives o f developm ent be identified and collective activity to prom ote the advantageous use o f resources be encouraged. B ilateral and m ultilateral developm ent assistance should be jointly pursued and advantage taken o f already existing links. Concludes that the process tow ard integration is complex and difficult but it will help to achieve the objectives o f m ankind. * [CARICO M J [R E G IO N A L IN T E G R A T IO N ] [EC O N O M IC C O O P ERA T IO N ] [T E C H N IC A L C O O PE R A T IO N ] [CUBA ] X I L evitt, K ari D ebt a d ju stm e n t a n d developm ent: looking to th e 1990s. In: C aribbean A ffairs, v o l.3, n o.3. P ort o fs pain: 1990.pp G eneral > C D C Serial * T he international econom ic o rd er is changing and these changes present a challenge to T hird W orld nations. Exam ines these changes and how theyaffect T hird W orld nations in general and th e C aribbean in particular. Firstly it questions w hether the structural adjustm ent packages o f the IM F and the W orld Bank are really taking the countries under th eir program m es any closer to m eaningful econom ic developm ent. A study is m ade o fth e m acroeconom ics o f an IM F program m e and th e m icroeconom ics o f the W orld Bank structural adjustm ent loans. N otes that the workings o f the international econom y is dependent on international events and how they serve the developed nations. T he end o f the cold w ar therefo re, m arks th e end o f an era o f developm ent assistance since it served as a geopolitical instrum ent o f staking out areas o f influence. * [D EB T] [E C O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [D E V E L O P E D C O U N TRIES] [D E V E L O PIN G C O U N TR IE S] [IN T E R N A T IO N A L T R A D E ] [D E V E L O PM E N T A ID ] [IM F] [W O RLD BANK] [ E C O N O M IC R E FORM ] [CARIBBEAN] discussed are: corruption o f officials which pose a th re a t to dem ocratic institutions; drug abuse and a rise in crim e which could have adverse effects on th e productivity o f a nation; placing severe strain on the law enforcem ent agencies; a diversion o f scarce foreign exchange resources to com bat drug trafficking m oney th at should otherw ise b e used to inject into a dollar starved econom y, th reats to sovereign auth o rity o f C aribbean states by (i) allowing the U nited States to police th e w aters o f th e C aribbean; (ii) establishing organisations within C aribbean countries for dealing with the drug problem ; (iii) seeking to influence th e banking process in C aribbean countries. Suggests th at closer regional integration and m ore financial resources are necessary for the continued fight against drug traffickers. * [SO CIA L IM PLIC A TIO N S] [EC O N O M IC IM PLIC A TIO N S] [C O R R U P T IO N ] [N A R C O TICS] [P O L IC Y M A K IN G ] [R E G IO N A L C O O P E R A T IO N ] [C A R IB B EA N ] X I C astaner, Ju a n A.; R uiz, Angel L. E x te rn al tra d e a n d econom ic linkages in th e C a rib b ean : th e econom ic im p acts in P u e rto R ico o f its exports to th e C a rib b e a n. : tbls. ill. In: W edderburn, Judith, ed.. Integration and participatory developm ent: selected p apers and proceedings o f th e second conference o f C aribbean econom ists. K ingston: Friedrich E b ert Stiftung / A ssociation o f C aribbean Econom ists, pp C onference o f C aribbean E conom ists, 2, B ridgetow n, M ay G eneral >CDC * A ddresses linkages that exist or m ight exist am ong econom ies o f a region and their im pact on them. E xam ines th e public policy context within which these linkages take p lace.t h e im portance o f exports and how th eir structure changes u n d er external influences isa base for this study. U sing an input-output analysis, P uerto Rico is studied to assess th e im pact o f its exports on the C aribbean econom y. Identifies industries th at benefited the m ost from this trad e and the im pact it has had on incom e and p roduction, also sheds light on the econom ic im pact o f intra-regional trad e on th e econom y o f the region. Divided into several sections: Part II identifies policies adopted b y th e Governm ent o f P uerto Rico since 1985 tow ards im proving and m odifying its links with the C aribbean.t he policies were developed with the view of restructuring the C aribbean econom ies and readjusting the econom ic dependency in P uerto R ico. P art III exam ines th e structure o f trad e betw een P uerto Rico and its C aribbea trading partn ers. Provides background inform ation on the changes in P uerto R ico's econom y from the m onoculture to industrialization and later to m anufactured products, which by extention leads to change in trade p attern s. T his background inform ation is necessary for the analysis in P art IV, which presents the results o fth e input-output analysis.lt shows the econom ic im pacts and m ultiplier effects on em ploym ent and p roduction on exports to the C aribbean is used as a base year in the study. Concludes that participation o f C aribbean countries in P u erto R ico's trad e is low and its econom ic im pact relatively sm all. Som e industries have benefited m ore than o thers, particularly those which have been losing th eir com petitiveness in the U nited States m arket. C ontains graphs and tables th at show: e ^ o r t s to the C aribbean by P uerto R ico; th e contribution by dollar o f ejqtorts; production and employm ent generated in the econom y, and the m ultiplier im pact, contribution o f exports to m acroeconom ic vairables to th e C aribbean countries exports to the C aribbean. * [C A R IB B EA N ] [T R A D E ] [PU E R T O R IC O ] [EX PO R TS] [EC O N O M IC ANALY SIS] [IN P U T -O U T P U T A N A LYSIS] [PU E R T O R IC O ] X I Sanders, Ronald D rug pro b lem : social a n d econom ic effects - policy options fo r th e C arib b ean. In: C aribbean A ffairs, v o l.3, n o.3. P ort ofspain: 1990.p p G eneral > C D C Serial * Several m ajor problem s are faced by C aribbean nations in their attem pts to com bat the transhipm ent o f illegal drugs from th eir countries. T he problem s X I Beller, William H o w to su sta in a sm a ll isla n d. In: B eller, W., éd.; d'a yala, P., ed.; H ein, P., ed.. Sustainable developm ent and environm ental m anagem ent o f small islands. P aris: U nesco/p arthenon Publishing G ro u p, 1990.p p (M an and the B iosphere Series). Interoceanic W orkshop on Sustainable D evelopm ent and E nvironm ental M anagem ent o f Small Islands, H um acao, 3-7 N ovem ber G eneral 32 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

51 A30. > C D C * T he o p p ortunities fo r grow th left as a legacy to future generations m easures the success ofpolicies for sustainable developm ent. Insights into these policies a re suggested in th ree exam ples (1) H a n a,m a u i,a small island whose citizens are w ell-off (2) St. V incent, an island whose citizens are poorly-off (3) M ari- G a la n te,a n island with a unique culture. [R E S O U R C E S M A N A G E M E N T ] [C A S E S T U D IE S ] [ISLA N D S] [EN V IR O N M E N T A L M A N A G E M E N T ] [D E V E L O P M E N T P O T E N T IA L ] [SA IN T V IN C E N T A N D T H E G R E N A D IN E S] X I W edderburn, Ju d ith,e d. In teg ratio n a n d p a rtic ip a to ry developm ent: selected p ap ers an d p roceedings o f th e second conferen ce o f C a rib b ean eco n o m ists. Kingston: F riedrich E b ert Stiftung / A ssociation o f C aribbean E conom ists, i, 191 P- C onference o f C aribbean E conom ists, 2, B ridgetow n, M ay G eneral - > C D C C om prises p apers w ritten by m em bers o f th e A ssociation o f C aribbean E conom ist (A C E ). T hey facilitate a move tow ard a collective understanding o f th e w ider C aribbean and p resent alternative strategies best suited to prom ote grow th and developm ent o f the C aribbean. T he p apers are divided into two p arts. P art o n e,t h e B roadening o f C aribbean In tegration, presents views on the widening o f C aribbean integration to include the English speaking C arib b ean, P uerto R ico, C u b a, H a iti,th e D om inican R epublic, th e French islands o fm artin iq u e and G uadeloupe (D ep artm ents Français D 'A m erique (D F A S ), S urinam e, G uyana, and C ayenne in South A m erica, and Belize in C entral A m erica. It also discusses the region's cooperation with L atin A m erica. P art T w o, th e case for P articipatory D evelopm ent, exam ines th e role o f com m unity groups and non-governm ental organizations in th e developm ent o f L atin A m erica and th e C aribbean region. It also presents a proposal for m ore equal p artnership betw een the U nited S tates and th e C aribbean. G en erally th e p ap ers accept and p ro m o te regional cooperation as th e way tow ard econom ic growth and independence. [R E G IO N A L IN T E G R A T IO N ] [P O L IT IC A L IN T E G R A T IO N ] [C U L T U R A L IN T E G R A T IO N ] [C A R IB B EA N ] X I N urse, Lawrence M a n ag em en t tra in in g in th e E astern C a rib b ean : th e challenge to th e U.W J_ In: C aribbean A ffairs, vol. 4, no p p G eneral > C D C Serial Exam ines how far th e U niversity o f the W est Indies, Cave H ill C am pus is providing for th e needs o f th e E astern C aribbean in th e field o f m anagem ent. Views m anagem ent developm ent as "a process which system atically develops desired attitu d es, skills and knowledge am oung th e participants so th at they can function effectively in th eir role as m anagers and contribute tow ard organisational goal accom plishm ents" (B aba, 1987).A ssesses th e approach o f the University's program m es as it perceives the needs o f industry and governm ent in th e C aribbean, an assessm ent not based on collaboration betw een the business sector and th e U niversity. T he program m es used lacked relevant C aribbean m aterial such as case studies and teaching technology. T h e need to focus on research in the area o f m anagem ent developm ent has aslo been identified. T h e challenge which currently faces the Cave H ill C am pus in two fold: it needs to enrich the undergraduate curriculum if it is to respond creatively to the dem and for relevance; and its program m es should be designed to m eet both current and anticipated developm ental needs for both the private and public sector. N otes th at the C am pus, through the centre for M anagem ent D evelopm ent and the relationship th at is gradually being forged betw een the centre and the D epartm ent ofm anagem ent studies, plus the im portant requirem ents o fth e business com m unity.t he cam pusis well placed to p la y a strategic role in th e developm ent o f an im portant hum an resource. [U N IV E R SIT IE S] [E D U C A T IO N ] [M A N A G E M E N T D E V E L O P M EN T ] [CARIBBEAN] X I Lewis, D avid E. N o n -g o v ern m ental o rg a n iz a tio n s a n d a lte rn a tiv e strategies: brid g in g th e d e v e lo p m e n t gap betw een C e n tra l A m erica a n d th e C arib b ean. : tbls. In: W edderburn, Ju dith, ed.. Integration and participatory developm ent: selected p apers and proceedings o f th e second conference o f Caribbean econom ists. K ingston: F riedrich E b e rt Stiftung / A ssociation o f C aribbean E conom ists, p p C onference o f C aribbean E conom ists, 2, B ridgetow n, M ay G eneral > C D C Exam ines firstly th e econom ic conditions o f th e C aribbean and C entral A m erica. In th e C aribbean th e rising level o f unem ploym ent, percent region-w ide, is one o f th e m ost visible signs o f econom ic degradation. Central A m erica for alm ost ten years has been plagued by m ilitary conflict and econom ic decline. Since 1978 it has gone backw ards in alm ost every socio-econom ic m easure o f w ell-being, including incom e, education, health and life expectancy. T h e external deb t o f C osta R ica grew to 102 percent o f G D P in 1985, N icaragua increased six-fold betw een 1975 and 1986, H onduras and C osta Rica increased five fold and E l Salvador fo u r fo ld. T h e severity o f the crisis has led to a massive call fo r im m ediate international action. Touches also on th e role o f w om en in th is crisis situation. D iscusses the role o f the N on-governm ental organizations (N G O s) in this crisis. T he role o fth e N G O s in developm ent issues and th e ir future role in th e C aribbean and C entral A m erica is p resen ted. N on-governm ental aid has becom e an increasingly im protant factor in T h ird W orld developm ent efforts, in both quantitative and qualitative term s. T he N G O s and international agencies are concerned with alternative strategies o f d ev elopm ent.t hese strategies are: dependence on m aking local exports com petitive on world m arkets and taking an approach which stresses intra-regional trad e and interdependence, increases regional food self-sufficiency, and insulates regional m arkets from th e world m arket. In supporting these p a tte rn s and m o d e s o f d ev elo p m en t,n G O sare providing the econom ic resources necessary fo r th e p ro m o tio n o f an alternative political paradigm. T hese two aspects o f N G O s role and function are exam ined and also the problem s th ey face in C entral A m erica and the C aribbean is focussed on. [N O N -G O V E R N M E N T A L O R G A N IZ A T IO N S ] [CARIBBEA N ] XI Trinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Planning and M obilization N ote on th e P a te n t In fo rm a tio n a n d D o cum en tatio n U nit (PID U ) pro ject. P ort-of-spain: T h e M inistry, 1991._,4 p. G eneral > T T P T h e idea for the P aten t Inform ation and D ocum entation U nit (PID U ) had been discussed and favourably considered in a num ber o f fora including the 1984 m eeting o fth e C A R IC O M standing C om m ittee o f M inisters responsible for Science and T echnology held in B arbados in N ovem ber 1984 at which T rinidad and T obago was rep resen ted. In 1985 a regional Eiqpert Com m ittee was set up through the W orld Intellectual P ro p e rty O rganization (W IPO ) to look into the question o fth e strengthening o f industrial property and possibilities for establishm ent o fa regional P atent O ffice.t his p aper exam ines the establishm ent o f P ID U, its objective technology services currently available from PID U and states the issues for present evaluation [IN F O R M A T IO N SER V IC ES] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] CARISPLAN Abstracts,No.22,

52 A X I CD CC R eport o f a C onsu ltativ e F o ru m : H igher-level h u m a n reso u rce developm ent strategies in th e C a rib b ean subsregion o f th e 1990s. P o rt o f Spain: U N. EC L A C. Subregional H eadquarters for the C aribbean, p. LC/C A R /G 331 [Consultative Forum on Higher-level H um an Resource Developm ent S trategies in the C aribbean Subregion o fth e 1990s], [B ridgetow n],29-30 N ovem ber G eneral > C D C U N * Cited as a contribution to the pursuit o f weighing options and priorities in the general area o f education and train in g,th e rep o rt states th at the rationale for the forum was based o n th e perceived need to reflect on issues critical to developing new and reorienting existing areas o f specialization at the professional level with a view to enhancing hum an capital form ation for th e benefit o f the C aribbean region as a whole. A n underlying assum ption is th at social and econom ic developm ent in th e region will require a significant upgrading o f higher-level skills, acquisition o f pools o r team s o f specialists in new areas and reorganization o f established institutions o r creation o f new m echanism s to assist in the delivery o f th e required skills. T he specific objectives o f the forum to achieve g reater clarity in understanding th e rationale and urgency for special atten tio n to hum an capital form ation at the professional level; heightened aw areness o f the role and functions, strengths and lim itations o f current institutions or program m es concerned with education and training; establishm ent o f an agenda and term s o f reference by which identified needs for training and retraining in new areas o f specialization and reorientation o f existing ones can be m et. Sum m aries th e two background p apers. "Education and training in the C om m onw ealth C aribbean - a historical and philosophical overview" by K athleen D rayton and T h e H um an resource Sector in Caribbean D evelopm ent "by D esm ond B ru n to n. Synopses are also provided o fth e papers presented by the participants on: planning for hum an resource develo p m en t in B a rb a d o s; th e B a rb a d o s C o m m u n ity C o lleg e; N IH E R S T ; C A R N E ID 's approach to educational innovations; Sir A rth u r Lewis C om m u nity College o f Saint Lucia; Tertiary-level education in A ruba; H um an resource planning in Saint C hristopher and Nevis; D eveloping a technological capability at the U niversityof G uyana; Social Sciences E ducation and training at the U niversity o f Surinam e. C oncludes with a n um ber o f issues which were identified for incorporation into th e work program m e o fe C L A C 's project on training policies. * [H U M A N R E S O U R C E D E V E L O P M E N T ] [TR A IN IN G IN STITU TIO N S] [CARIB B EA N ] XI Ali, D esm ond Science, technology a n d su stain ab le developm e n t in th e C arib b ean. In: Cox, Jo h n,c o m p, and ed.; E m b re e,c. (S id),com p, and ed.. Sustainable developm ent in the C aribbean: a report on the public policy im plications o f sustainable developm ent in the C aribbean Region Conference. Halifax: Institute for R esearch on Public Policy, pp C onference on Public Policy Im plications on Sustainable D evelopm ent in the C aribbean R egion, K ingston, M ay G eneral > C D C * D efines sustainable developm ent. Analyses the developm ent o f scientific and technological policy and discusses the future role o f science and technology for sustainable developm ent in small island states. Identifies areas for critical shifts in policy if the im peratives o f sustainable developm ent are to progress beyond the stage o f wishful thinking. Concludes th at the view that resources in term s o f energy and m inerals are lim ited is myopic. It is technology th at m akes resources and technology is always changing, and a vision o f future society based on the lim itations o f the p resent could lead to assum p tions that are invalid. Analyzing the past w hen m aking projections for the future should not be done on the basis o f existing technological possibilities. T he impact o f ertern a l influences, and in p articular, technolgy has been a crucial elem ent in the socio-econom ic evolution o fth e C aribbean. A sa result, the basis for sustainable developm ent has not taken ro o t. Suggests exceptional em phasis on hum an resource developm ent at every level and collaboration and cooperation am ong C aribbean countries. * [SCIENCE A N D T E C H N O L O G Y ] [CA R IBBEA N ] X I H ark er,t rev o r S u stain ed d evelopm ent fo r th e C a rib b ean. In: C E P A L Review, n o. 41. Santiago: 1990.p p : ill.tb ls.l C /G P G eneral > C D C Serial * A ttem pts to provide a com plete picture on th e social and econom ic developm ents in the C aribbean and the international econom y during the 1980s. T he contracting econom ies o f developed nations at th is period led to a reduction in th e dem and for the products o f developing nations therefore cutting th eir export earnings. Also th e clim bing interest rates in developed nations increased th e cost o f developing nations to service th eir debts. These two reasons led to th e deb t crisis: an econom ic situation th at directed the course o f th e international econom y for the decade o fth e 1980s. A study is m ade o f the perform ance o f e)q>ort products from th e C aribbean during the 1980s since it would cast light on the country's perform ance and the prospects o f the 1990s. T he products exam ined w ere sugar, ban an as, m anufactures, m inerals and tourism, these are the principle sources o fth e regions prosperity. Exam ines also the social im pact o f econom ic contraction on th e people o f the C aribbean. Concludes th at the people o f six countries - the D om inican R epublic, G uyana, H aiti, Jam aica, Surinam e and T rinidad and Tobago have becom e p o o rer in th e past five years. B ased on the assessm ent o f these facts, the article seeks to derive a fram ew ork for the second p art o f the docum ent which aim s to provide a set o f proposals to assist in reflections on the requirem ents for sustained developm ent o f th e C aribbean in the decade o f the 1990s. R ecom m ends th at em phasis be placed on enhanced econom ic efficiency with the accent on vastly im proved hum an skills; th e building o f social cohesion; and adherence to a developm ent path th at is environm entally sustainable. * [EC O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [EC O N O M IC C O N D IT IO N S] [SO C IA L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [IN T E R N A T IO N A L E C O N O M Y ] [EN V I R O N M E N T] [C A R IB B EA N ] XI T his la n d is m y la n d. In: S pore, n o 2 1. W ageningen: 1989.p. 5 : ill.g en eral > C D C Serial * T he success o f recent land reform and re-distribution program m es in G renada and D om inica attests to th e im portance o f an integrated approach including technical advice, credit, availability o f inputs, access roads and m arketing. * [LA N D R E F O R M ] [G R E N A D A ] X I D ann, G raham CD C C U nited N ations E conom ic C om m ission fo r L atin A m erica an d th e C arib b ean lite ra tu re review on socio-cultural im p acts o f to u rism. Port o fs p a in : E C LA C. Subregional H eadquarters for the C aribbean, p. no. 1). CONS/91/3 G eneral > C D C U N * T here are four central them es in tourism research: the structure o f the tourism system, the m utual perceptions and interactions betw een tourists and locals and both th e socio-econom ic and socio-cultural im pacts o f tourism. C oncentrates on the socio-cultural im pacts o f tourism particularly th e work o f M athieson and W all (1982) and C ohen (1984). Exam ines research firstly on a general and international level, then concentrates on the theoretical and 34 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

53 A30. m ethodological issues in tourism research and finally it focuses on tourism research in th e C aribbean. Section I deals with the socio-cultural them es treated in international literatu re. Each them e is explained and supported by exam ples quoted from the available litera tu re.t h e them es deal generally with tourism and its effects on culture, m oral deviation, language, m orality, social stratification, politics, em ploym ent, the division o f labour, th e disruption o f th e rhythm n o f everydaylife, family and hum an relationships. Section II looks at th e theoretical and m ethodological issues in relation to the socio-cultural im pacts o f tourism. T h ey are dealt with u n d er five basic them es.: philosophical issues, th e question o f spuriousness, th e use o f theory, hypotheses and hunches, and m ethodological procedures. N otes th at there is a constant inter-facing betw een th eo ry and m ethod in tourism research. Section III exam ines tourism research on th e C aribbean. It inter-relates the them es explored in section I, em phasising the negative nature o f the academic treatm ent o f tourism in th e C arib b ean.t o u rism and colonialism, self identity and stereotyping are e tç lo re d. Also exam ines the treatm en t o f th e bastardization o f culture in the C aribbean, the rise o f m ultinational hotels and the saturation and irritation th at tourism p erp etra te s. C oncludes w ith som e additional q u otations from tourism research which suggest a possible research agenda for the future in the Caribbean. * [TO U R ISM ] [EC O N O M IC IM PLIC A TIO N S] [SO C IA L IM PLIC A TIO N S] [L IT E R A T U R E SU R V EY S] [CA RIBBEA N ] X I H ardw are, T h o ran t W ater resources m a n a g e m e n t fo r su sta in a b le developm ent. In: C o x,lo h n,c o m p, and ed.; E m b re e,c.(s id ),com p, and ed.. Sustainable developm ent in the C aribbean: a rep o rt on the public policy im plications o f sustainable developm ent in the C aribbean Region C onference. Halifax: Institute for R esearch on Public Policy, pp C onference on Public Policy Im plications on Sustainable D evelopm ent in the C aribbean R egion, K ingston, M ay G eneral > C D C * Exam ines th e im pact o f developm ent activities on w ater resources and the im plications o f past and current public policies and practices in the light o f regional aspirations for sustainable developm ent. Analyses future regional im peratives and policy options with respect to current trends in global population grow th and natural resource use. Concludes th at governm ents o f the region will need to respond to the issues th at im pact directly on w ater resources and th eir role in sustainable developm ent. Legislation should be reviewed; the interaction between w ater resources and socio-economic activities should be closely coordinated; m echanism s for rational w ater allocation to com peting users will be necessary, national and regional w ater resource institutions will have to be reorganised, rationalized and strengthened and a w ater resource m anagem ent inform ation system should be developed to provide a m anagem ent to o l with an inventory database to assist in im plem enting an early warning system, investm ent planning and m anagem ent. * [W A TER R E SO U R C E S] [R E SO U R C E S M A N A G E M E N T ] [W A TER M A N A G E M E N T ] [IN FO R M A T IO N SYSTEM S] [C A R IB B EA N ] X L R O L A C A ssessm ent o f regional en v iro n m en tal tren d s in L atin A m erica a n d th e C a rib b ean. Mexico City: R O L A C /U N E P, p. : ill. G eneral > C D C * E xam ines environm ental trends and issues at the global and regional levels. Discusses the m ism anagem ent o f the natural resource base and its environm ental im plications and the growing d eterioration in the quality o f life in the region. R efers to the increasing apprehension about o th er regional and global issues with poten tial im plications for th e region. Exam ines the progress m ade in developing national and regional instrum ents for the protection o f the environm ent and th e rational m anagem ent o f natural resources. States that the destruction o f the resource base is an econom ic, social and political p roblem and calls on governm ents to e g r e s s full political will in support o f re-orientation o f developm ent and natural resource m anagem ent strategies. P oints out th at a b e tte r u nderstanding o f th e resources o f the region is im portant as well as th e design o f alternative developm ent strategies that m ake use o f these resources productively and sustainably. A n overall plan is required to strengthen regional cooperation on environm ental m atters. Concludes th at th e challenge in the futu re is to avoid th e destruction o f the resource base and th e adoption o f developm ent strategies th at are sustainable and in harm ony with the social and ecological potential o fth e region. Identifies several elem ents which will be required to m eet this challenge and suggests actions th at are considered necessary for the im plem entation o f a viable sustainable developm ent agenda. * [EN V IR O N M E N T A L L P R O T E C T IO N ] [E N V IR O N M E N T A L M A N A G E M E N T ] [N A T U R A L R E S O U R C E S ] [R E SO U R C E S M A N A G E M E N T ] [LA TIN A M ER IC A ] X L M olina, Elda D euda ex tern a de A m erica L a tin a : evolución, opciones y consecuencias. In: Econom ia y D esarrollo, vol. 110, n o 3. La H abana: G eneral > C U -E C O U H C D C Serial * Se plantea una vision general sobre el problem a de la deuda en America L atina tocando cuatro aspectos fundam entales: caracterización del fenóm eno del endeudam iento externo, la situación reciente de la d euda, las perspectivas de la m ism a incluyendo la repercusión del crac de lasb o lsasy la s consecuencias del endeudam iento externo para los paises d eudores. Se enuncia la relación de la deuda externa de A m erica L atina con la crisis económ ica de los anos 80 que continua gravando sobre la econom ia de nuestra region y sobre su d esarrollo, asi com o la afectación de la politics económ ica en to d o s sus aspectos pues absorbe una proporción sustancial del ahorro interno, reduciendo la capacidad p ara invertir e im p o rtar, afectando los salarios y elevando la inflación y el desem pleo. Se enuncia la incidencia de esta situación en el consum o, los topes al gasto estatal y el acrecentam iento de las tensiones políticas y sociales. Se hace una reafirm acion de la im pagabilidad de la deuda, aun con la vision unilateral ante este problem a ante acreedores que tratan al m enos de cobrar una p arte de ella y se concluye afirm ando que el futuro de nuestros paises con respecto a la deuda continua com prom etido pues cada día surgen nuevos elem entos en el m undo capitalista que lo agravan. [D E U D A E X T E R N A ] [E N D E U D A M IE N T O ] [C R ISISE C O N O M IC A ] [CUBA] X L Krawczyk, M iriam G row ing p resen c e o f w om en in developm ent. In: C epalr eview, n o p p L C /G.1613-PG eneral > C D C Serial O ne o f the m ost far-reaching social changes in L atin A m erica and the C aribbean region in the last 30 years h as been th e ever increasing presence o f w om en in public life, particularly in education and th e w ork force. W orking w om en in the world to d ay to tal 815 m illion. In the decade ,15 million w om en were incorporated annually into th e labour m a rk e t. T he female work force in L atin A m erica tripled betw een 1950 and 1980, increasing from 10 to 32 m illion. Reviews th e im pact o f m ajor changes in th e situation o f women in the region over the last decades both in th e region over the last decades both in th e public and private dom ains. M ajor changes in w om en's issues stem from dem ographic aspects, advances in birth control m ethods, supported at tim es by dem ographic policies; th e m ovem ent o f w om en into the w ork place; expansion o f education which gave a g reater equality o f opportunities to wom en; legislation now being revewed in m any Latin A m erican and Caribb ean countries, have a positive shift in the direction o f equality o f rights, responsibility and o p p ortunities for w om en; th e international com m unityhas also been p rom oting full participation o f w om en in all spheres o f social life. Participation by w om en in social m ovem ents seem to indicate a broader cultural transform ation tied to new form s o f political activity, and the family CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

54 A30. structure which h as also undergone changes due, partially to th e factors explained and to th e breakdow n in som e m arriages. A ll these changes effect groups ofw om en in different ways but how ever while m ajor changes are taking place in urban sectors, the status o f rural women rem ain relatively unfavourable. * { W O M E N 'S P A R T IC IP A T I O N ] [S O C IA L IM P L IC A T IO N S ] [W O M EN'S STA TU S] [W O M EN W O R K ER S] [C A R IB B EA N ] X L L opez M., Cecilia; Pollack E., M olly In c o rp o ra tio n o f worn en in developm e n t policies. In: C epal Review, no. 39. Santiago: p p : tbls. LC/G.1583-P G eneral > C D C Serial * Exam ines th e stages in the process o f the integration o f w om en in developm ent. T he first stage was im proving th eir status as beneficiaries o f the developm ental process. T he second em phasised th e design o f policies to incorporate wom en as p articipants o r agents o f developm ent.t h e third stage, which is the m ain focus o f this p ap er, is the process o f w om en's actual integration in devleopm ent and the m agnitude o fth e p roblem. Suggests th at, it is not th at w om en are not integrated since they participate in nearly all activities o f th e developm ental process. T he problem lies in the im balance betw een th eir contribution and the benefits they receive.t he general situation o f wom en in L atin A m erica and the C aribbean greatly exceeded the levels expected. In th e last 30 years th e num ber o f ecoom ically active w om en has grown by p ercent (ILO 1980). It is estim ated th at by the end o f the decade the region will have 55 m illion w om en in th e labour m arket o f which some 22 m illion will have been incorporated betw een 1980 and th e year T his massive incorporation o f w om en in the labour force has m ainly to do with m ore and b e tte r education for w om en and th e deterio ratio n o f real household incom e levels. V arious studies clearly support the conclusion th at wom en have not been taken efficiently and realistically into account eith er in developm ent strategies or in developm ent policies. Projects already introduced contain a num ber o f flaws; (1) they start with th e prem ise th at th ere is a need to integrate w om en in developm ent; (2) th ey are designed to focus m ore on welfare objectives; and (3) these types o f action usually o perate at a m acroeconom ic level and are carried out in an isolated uncoordinated fashion. Suggests th at proposals regarding th e integration o f w om en in developm ent policies should identify and elim inate b arriers to th at integration, point out services offered by the state so th at the volum e, n ature and specifics o f w om en's work can be taken into account. T he recognition o f the region's G overnm ents th at th e relief o f poverty cannot be postpone and in designing strategies women are indispensible; and the growing awareness o f the problem by U N agencies are two factors which support the defínate insertion o f wom en in developm ental policies. G ives a series o f m ethodological steps to be considered w hen taking w om en into account in th e planning process. Looks at the lim itations and problem s which m ay arise when considering these planning efforts. * [W O M E N 'S P A R T IC IP A T IO N ] [D E V E L O P M E N T P L A N N IN G ] [W O M EN W O R K ER S] [COSTA R IC A ] XL G ligo,n icolo P re p a ra tio n o f in ven tories a n d b alan ce sheets o f th e n a tu ra l an d cultural h eritage. In: E C L A C /IL P E S /U N E P. E nvironm ent dim ension in developm ent planning. Santiago: U N, 1990.p p LC/G.1579-P G eneral > C D C U N * E fforts to protect the natural and cultural heritage o fth e region have already been im plem ented by countries in L atin A m erica and th e C aribbean. F or the natural heritage, systems o f protected areas such as national parks and reserves have been created. F or cultural heritage the countries have developed program m es through special institutions such as m useum s, arhcives, ministries, secretariats and heritage institutes. However, there are no global program m es for m aking o r m aintaining inventories o fth e n atu ral and cultural heritage. N or has th e re b een any significant initiatives to incorporate a country's heritage in its national accounts. T h e subject is becom ing m ore com pelling in light o f th e exhaustion o f resources and th e lack o f knowledge o f a country's heritage endow m ent and th e developm ent process. Section A discusses th e definitions and objectives o f a natural and cultural heritage program m e. Suggests th at th e n atu ral heritage shoutd include those natural goods th at have not undergone m odifications o r whose artificialisation has been so negligible th at th e ir n atu ral behaviour has not b een significantly o rd e re d. T he cultural heritage consists o f in herited goods, places o f historical and prehistorical im portance, places where th e indigenous and foreign cultures m et. Setion B p roposes th e classification o f th e natural and cultural heritage given an exam ple o f how th e schem e should be done and what it should contain. Section C describes heritage balance in natural accounts system s.lt looks at th e evaluation o f n atu ral resources and how they could be incorporated into national accounting systems. Section D exam ines the criteria for designing accounts. Section E looks at th e integration o f natural heritage accounting in systems o f national accounts and Section F m akes recom m endations for a natural and cultural heritage program m e. D etails o f how program m es should be carried out and what balance sheets should eventually contain is also given. * [N A T U R A L R E S O U R C E S ] [C U L T U R A L H E R IT A G E ] [IN V E N T O R IE S ] [N A T IO N A L A C C O U N T S ] [C L A S S IF IC A T IO N ] [L A T IN A M ER IC A ] X L A rriagada, A ndres; G uzm an, G elio T. C E PA L S ituación a cu tal en m a te ria de prevision de caudales in u n d a ciones en A m erica L a tin a y d C a rib e. Santiago: C E P A L, i, 20p. : tbls. L C /R. 777 Lim ited > C D C U N * Analiza la situación actual de los sistem as de prevision de caudeles e inundaciones: redes de estaciones y com unicaciones, sistem as de pronósticos hidrológicos, facilidades com putacionaies, asi com o la situación actual en m ateria de form ación y esp ecializaro n de personal en funciones de prevision de estos desastres naturales en la region. * [PR E V E N C IO N D E D E SA ST R E S] [LU C H A C O N T R A LA S IN U N D A CIO N ES] [C A PA C IT A C IO N ] [C O O P E R A C IO N TEC N IC A ] [LA TIN A M ER IC A ] X L A rriagada, Irm a U nequal p articip atio n by w om en in th e w orking w orld. In: C epal Review, n o p p LC/G.1613-P G eneral > C D C Serial * A ccording to census records in L atin A m erican societies th e greater part o f the adult m ale population ap pears as working population while the m ajority o f w om en appears as non-w orking p opulation, i e, th ey are registered as hom em akers. In exploring th e reason for this, it was discovered th at the definition o f the term "working population" used in censuses and surveys posed a num ber o f difficulties for the p ro p er m easurem ent o f fem ale work. H ow ever, dispite the lim itations and defects in population censuses, th ey are the only statistical instrum ent available for m easuring the m ain trends in the econom ic participation o f th e population overtim e. T hrough an analysis o f these census figures, attem p ts are m ade to otuline th e w ork u n d ertaken by L atin A m erican w om en in the labour m arkets and in the dom estic a re a. T he econom ic crisis w ithin L atin A m erica countries and its repercussions on w om en's work and on fam ily life and the hom e are also discussed. T ren d s in w om en's participation in the labour m arket betw een 1960 and 1980/1985 have the following characteristics: fem ale w orkers by age increased in the period in all groups betw een 15 and 64; th ere was g reater participation by young age groups (20-24 and 25-29) in all countries with advanced m oderization such as A rgentina, U ruguay,c hile and C osta R ica.t he tren d in countries 36 CARISPLAN Abstracts,No. 22,1991

55 A30. such as P araguay and G u atem ala, th e participation structure by age is the sam e as prevailed in A study done by the International L abour O rganisation in 1984, shows th at am ong w om en in L atin A m erica, tim e dedicated to housew ork was often equal to o r greater th an th at dedicated to paid w ork in th e m arket, so th at a high p ro p o rtio n o f housew ives w ere overem ployed F rom 1980, onw ard L atin A m erica experienced a drastic decline in econom ic grow th and this was reflected in th e labour m arket and th e h o m e. C onclusions draw n from th e statistical and qualitative data provided show th at th e rep ercussions o f the crisis had different effects on w orkers o f the both sexes. The situation o f inequality has been hightened by th e crisis, to the point w here average fem ale incom e in som e cases is h a lf o f th e average m ale incom e. * [L A B O U R F O R C E ] [W O M E N S P A R T IC IP A T IO N ] [W O M E N W O R K ER S] [LA T IN A M E R IC A ] [LA T IN A M ER IC A ] X L E C L A C W om en a n d new technologies. Santiago: U N, p. (Serie M ujer y D esarro llo ). L C /L G eneral > C D C U N * T h e subject o f th e new technologies has aroused great interest and much im portance is being given to it as th e key to a new developm ent paradign. Study explores th e significance o f th e new technologies introduced into the productive and reproductive life o f w om en. It raises certain questions and provides an outline o f som e m ethodological research guidelines, suggested by the problem s as they have been defined. States th at the studies would fill a significant gap in research on the subject and could provide a basis for the form ulation o f policies aim ed at re-evaluating the role o f w om en in society on the one hand; and increasing social equity on the other. [W O M E N ] [N E W T E C H N O L O G Y ] [PR O D U C T IO N ] [R E P R O D U C T IO N ] [RESEA RC H NEED S] [CARIBBEAN] X Z H arris, Louis; Taylor, H um phrey A ttitudes to environm ent. In: W orld H ealth F orum, vol. 11, no. 1. G eneva: : tbls. G eneral > C D C Serial A n analysis o f peo p le's attitu d e's tow ard environm ental deterio ratio n. A n opinion survey covering 16 countries, both developing and developed, revealed widespread concern about environm ental deterioration. Betw een Febru ary 1988 and Ju n e 1989 Louis H arris and A ssociates conducted an opinion survey for U N E P o f 8325 adults, both leaders and m em bers o f the general public from A rgentina, B razil, C hina, T h e F ederal R epublic o f G erm any, Hungary, India, Jam aica, Japan,K enya,m ixico, Nigeria, Norway,Saudi A rabia, Senegal, the U SA and Z im babw e.t he re su ltso fth e survey reflected that m any people felt m ore should be done to reverse p resen t tren d s, even if it m eant foregoing som e m aterial gains. T he m ajorities felt th at th eir countries should be doing m ore to protect the environm ent, th ey varied over 95 percent in India and 72 percent in Saudi A rabia. T he arguem ent th at the public will pay only lip service to the idea o f a cleaner environm ent but unwilling to pay th e necessary econom ic price was refuted by th e survey. M ajorities in every country, ranging from 90 percent in Mexico to 62 percent in Z im babw e, said they would p refe r to have lower standards o f living with lesser health risk, rath er th an higher living standards w ith higher health risk. In m ost countries political survival now dem ands sensitivity to public opinion on environm ental m atters. T h e environm ent has becom e a global political issue which governm ents cannot afford to neglect. C ontains a num ber o f tables on different aspects o f the survey, and public attitu d es on: current levels o f spending on th e environm ent; favouring stronger action to protect th e environm ent; w hether countries should do m ore o r less to protect the environm ent; standard ofliving versus health risks; w illingnesstopayhighertaxesofextra revenue were spent to protect the environm ent. * [EN V IR O N M E N T A L D E G R A D A T IO N ] [A T T IT U D E S] [EN V IR O N M E N T ] [PO L L U T IO N ] [SU R V EY S] [A R G E N T IN A ] [SA U D I A R A BIA] X Z Lynch, M argaret C h ild abuse: a n in te rn a tio n a l perspective. In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking th e cycle. P o rt o f Spain: T rinidad and T o b a g o.m in istry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, pp C aribbean R egional C onference on Child A buse and N eglect, l.p o rt ofspain, O cto b er G en eral > C D C D iscusses the issues o f identificaiton, treatm en t including state intervention and prevention u n d er two broad areas - intra-fam ilial and extra-fam ilial child abuse and neglect. R efers to the in troduction o f rep o rtin g laws in the U nited S tates and th e C onfidential D o cto r System in th e N etherlands. States th at all form s o f child abuse and neglect have to be seen as international issues requiring international action and m entions th e p rotection provided under th e C onvention o f th e R ights o fth e C h ild. C alls for g reater cooperation at the national and international levels. * [C H ILD A B U SE ] [C H IL D R E N 'S R IG H T S ] [L E G A L PR O T EC TIO N ] [C A R IB B EA N ] [T H E W O R L D ] X Z O ates, Kim C h ild sexual ab u se a n d its a fte rm a th. In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking th e cycle. P ort o f Spain: T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, pp C aribbean R egional C onference on C hild A buse and N eglect, 1, P ort ofspain, O cto b er G en eral > C D C Exam ines the consequences o f sexual abuse in children. Q uestions w hether th e im pressions gained from clinical case studies can be supported by studies which review the to tal p opulation o f sexually abused children. States that little research h as been done on fam ilies in which abuse has occurred; few studies o f perp etrato rs; and w hat is even m ore im portant little atten tio n paid to the characteristics o f those who have b een less disturbed follow ing sexual abuse- "the survivors. Reviews a selection o f recent outcom e studies which looked a t relatively sh ort-term effects o f child sexual abuse. Sum m arises a num ber o f studies which looked at adults to see what w ere the possible long-term effects. S tates th at these studies w ere o f non-clinical p opulations and seem to indicate th at there are long-term effects in a significant p ro p o rtio n o fth e victims. None o fth e studies give any inform ation about th e long-term effects o f sexual abuse in boys. Sum m arises th e effects o f child sexual abuse and identifies the m ethodological problem s which occur in follow-up studies. D escribes a follow-up study done at th e children's H ospital C am perdow n, the m ethodology and findings and concludes th at child sexual abuse does have adverse effects on children particularly on th eir behaviour, friendships, school perform ance and self esteem. In th e long-term th e re m ay b e m anifestations o f violent behaviour in som e o f these children. C oncludes th at a lot m ore research needs to be done and suggests areas for fu rth e r developm ent. * [C H ILD A B U SE ] [SO C IA L R E S E A R C H ] [SE X U A L V IO LEN C E] [T H E W O R L D ] X Z H ein, Philippe L. E conom ic p ro b lem s a n d pro sp ects o f sm a ll islan d s. In: B eller, W.,éd.; d'a yala, P., ed.; H ein, P.,e d.. Sustainable developm ent and environm ental m anagem ent o f sm all islands. Paris: U nesco/parthenon Publishing G ro u p, p p (M an and th e B iosphere Series). Interoceanic W orkshop on Sustainable D evelopm ent and Environm ental M anagem ent o f Sm all Islands, H um acao, 3-7 N ovem ber G eneral CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

56 A30. > C D C * Small-island developing countries (SIDC's) share certain problem s, challenges and o p portunities th at are not etqperienced to the sam e extent by oth er countries. Som e SID C characteristics are linked to small size o f population and/or land area and som e to insularity. D iscusses specific tran sp o rt and com m unication problem s, m onopolistic environm ent,m arine and sub-m arine resources and the im portant role o f services. Exam ines inter-island differences and concludes th at the characteristics linked to small size and insularity act as constraints to the developm ent o f small islands and th e future developm ent depends on th eir ability to pursue ap propriate outw ard-lookingpolicies, while enhancing their national capabilities in critical areas as food production and artisanal fisheries, so as to build up a basic needs safety n et. * [ISLANDS] [EC O N O M IC D E P E N D E N C E ] [TR A N SPO R T] [EC O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [D E V E L O P M E N T PO T E N T IA L ] [CA R IB BEA N ] [ASIA A N D T H E PA CIFIC ] X Z Singh, N aresh C. E n v iro n m e n ta l p ro b lem s a n d o p p o rtu n itie s in sm a ll open econom ies. Cave Hill: U W I.IS E R (Cave H ill,b B ), p. : tbls. Symposium on Small States: P roblem sand O p portunities in a W orld o f Rapid C hange, B asseterre, M arch G eneral > C D C * Exam ines the environm ental problem s o f small states and the factors which m ake them particularly vulnerable to environm ental problem s and their incapacity in some instances to deal with these problem s. Identifies opportunities and m easures which these states, as well as th e Com m onw ealth and the wider international com m unity, m ight address to strengthen th eir capacity to cope.d efines a small state a sa country with a population o f less th an 1 million. Jam aica with a population o f less th an 2 million and Papua N ew G uinea with less than 3 m illion were included because they share m any characteristics and also m aintain integral links with all th e small states in th eir respective regions. Discusses the problem s faced b y th e 31 small states o fth e Com m onw ealth. * [EN V IR O N M E N T] [D E V E L O P IN G C O U N T R IE S] [C A R IB B EA N ] X Z Bryan, A n th o n y T. In te rn a tio n a l relatio n s o f th e C arib b ean tow ards th e y e a r In: Caribbean Affairs, v o l.3, n o.4. Port ofspain: 1990.pp G eneral > C D C Serial * Discusses the international events that will shape and im pact upon the international system o fth e early years o fth e 21st century. T h e events analysed are: (1) th e U S/U SSR relations; (2) the dem ocratization o fe a s te rn E urope; (3) the form ation o f trading blocs on a regional basis and; (4) the rise o f the econom ic pow ers o f the Pacific Rim countries. T his evolving international system is alreadybringingnew issues such as the environm ent, drug trafficking and international m igration to th e top o fth e international agenda. Analyses how these issues which are determ ined b y th e industrialized nations impact upon the developing world and th e C aribbean in p articu lar.t h e new international em phasis on the environm ent is perceived as having a detrim ental effect on the developm ent efforts o f the T hird W orld. T he reason being that industrialized nations are beginning to insist th at environm ental safeguards be put in place on developm ent projects th at are using th eir binding. T hese safeguards are som etim es costly and ren d er the projects infeasible. T he lack o f resources to fij^it illicit drugs in developing countries and the fear o f being swamped by the US with th eir need to fight drugs, is bringing th e drug issue closer to becom ing a critical foreign policy issue in the C aribbean's international relations. T h e issue o f international m igration is still being treated at the national level. H ow ever should it take on a global perspective the focus will not be on the problem s o fth e developing world b u t those o f th e developed nations. O th er issues such as th e shift in N orth/south relations to a s. A summary o f these issues from a Caribbean perspective is given. [IN T E R N A T IO N A L R E L A T IO N S ] [D E V E L O P E D C O U N T R IE S] [D E V E L O P IN G C O U N T R IE S ] [IN T E R N A T IO N A L M IG R A T IO N ] [D R U G S O F A B U SE] [EN V IR O N M E N T] [C A R IB B EA N ] X Z K irton, C larem ont M acroeconom ic p la n n in g in sm a ll econom ies: issues a n d experience. Cave Hill: U W I. ISER (Cave H ill, B B ), p. Symposium on Small States: P roblem s and O pportu n ities in a W orld o f R apid C hange, B asseterre, M arch G eneral > C D C * Sum m arizes som e o f th e m ajor m acro-econom ic problem s o f small developing countries and th en using th e G ren ad a experience betw een , exam ines th e policy and planning responses to these problem s. V arious econom ic problem s have b een identified as a result o f th e small country constraints. T hese are categorised as follows: dem ographic problem s related to small populations; sm all physical space; problem s o f econom ies o f scale; econom ic vulnerability, m acro econom ic policy dependence, infrastructure and im plem entation. F ocuses on policy responses to sm allness in the developm ent process draw ing o n th e experiences o f G re n a d a. E xam ines th e m acroeconom ic responses to som e specific areas o f m acroeconom ic policy and planning which were introduced in G ren ad a during th e period u nder study. A ttem pts to isolate som e o f the areas o f econom ic planning which are e j e c t e d to be critical elem ents o f the planning process in sm all developing countries. * [EC O N O M IC PLA N N IN G ] [E C O N O M IC PO LIC Y ] [D E M O G R A PH Y ] [EC O N O M IES O F SC A LE] [C A RIB B EA N ] X Z A ndrew s, R ichardson Notes on th e w orld steel in d u stry. Brussels: p. : tb ls.jll. G eneral > T T P * N ote th at: a) am ong long standing established p roducers there was a dram atic decline in p roduction in th e early '80s followed by a mild recovery an o th er significant decline in with a recoveryto level but w ithout the dynam ism o f the earlier period; b) A m ong developing countries rapid and sustained increases in o u tp u t betw een occasioned by th e etqiansion o f output by newly industrialized econom ies and several new en tran ts into the steel industry offsetting the declines in world production occasioned by decreases am ong old er industrialized countries; c) introduction o f new technologies to im prove productivity and efficiencies, to enhance quality and to introduce differentiated o r new products; d) R estructuring am ong the older industries [S T E E L ] [IR O N A N D S T E E L IN D U STR Y ] [T H E W O R L D ] X Z Basseer, Potkin T ra n sn a tio n a l b anks a n d ex tern al fin an ce: im p licatio n s fo r developing co u n tries. W ashington, D.C.: U N C T C, p. : tbls. ill. W orkshop on D ebt and E xternal R esources M obilization and M anagem ent, St. Jo h n 's, O cto b er G eneral > C D C Briefly traces five m ajor developm ents which have attributed to the expansion in transnational banking from the mid 1950's; expansion o f international trad e; th e growth o f non-banking transnational corporations (T N C 's); the developm ent o fth e E urocurrency m arket; the appreciation o fth e currencies o fth e host countries o ft N B 's; and th e surge in p etro dollars. Analyses the afterm ath o f the deb t crisis in the early 1980's and reviews th e effects o f inform ation technology in the financial services sector - th e deregulation o f the banking sector and the securitization o f th e financial m arkets. D iscusses the implications for the less developed countries, the debt-equity swap arrangem ents, trad e financing, forfactingand ejqport prom otion.c oncludes with a look at the policy m easures which m ight assist the L D C governm ents in th eir 38 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

57 BIO. negotiation with TN B on financing the foreign trad e sectors and long term econom ic developm ent strategies. * [E X T E R N A L F IN A N C IN G ] [E X T E R N A L D E B T ] [IN T E R N A T IO N A L B O R R O W IN G ] [IN T E R N A T IO N A L FIN A N C IA L M A R K ET] [D E V E L O PIN G C O U N TR IE S] [LA TIN A M ER IC A ] [A FRICA] R E C O M M A N D A T I O N S P O U R L E S P R I S E S D E D E C I S I O N P R E S C R I P C I O N E S P A R A A D O P T A R D E C I S I O N E S X Z Sadik, Nafis U N FPA co n trib u tio n : th eo ry to action p ro g ram m es. In: D evelopm ent'.journal o fth e Society for In ternational D evelopm ent, no. 1. R om e: pp G eneral > C D C Serial * O utlines the im portance o f exam ining the life choices o f young w om en in the context o f their productive and reproductive roles in society. D iscusses th e interrelationship and im plications o f these roles for w om en, population control and developm ent activities in developing countries. Illustrates the com m ittm ent o f the U N Fund for Population Activities (U N FPA ) in its efforts to enhance the role, status and quality o f life for wom en. This comm ittm ent has been translated into operational population and developm ent activities. Focuses on the situation o f young w om en in developing countries, particularly th eir reproductive years. Exam ines briefly the trends and p attern s in adolescent fertility, early m arriages, teenage pregnancies, abortions, m ortality, traditional practices and low educational opportunities and employm ent. T he U N FPA supports projects specifically directed at girls and young wom en dealing with population, family life and sex education and to some extent family planning. T heir program m es are channelled through the form al school system, and non-form al educational program m es serve out-of-school youth. T hey are also involved in reaching young girls through wom en's organizations, training young girls in skills for non-traditional w om en's jo b s and in supporting reproductive health services for teenagers, such as those in the Phillipines, Chile, G uatem ala, In d o nesia,m auritius, Nigeria and P eru. In the area o f research the U N FPA has provided W H O with support to carry o u t an inter-regional study on health, dem ographic and social problem s related to adolescent fertility.t he project has produced an A nnotated Bibliography,and volum e I, a R eport on adolescent reproductive behaviour in developing countries. Volum e II on developing countries is alm ost com pleted. A t the country level the U N FPA provided support to IPPF fo ra survey in T rinidad and T obago on know ledge, attitudes and cultural p attern s o f adolescents years o f age, toward pregnancy, parenthood, contraception and contraceptives. It was expected to help and provide inform ation for the N ational Fam ily Planning A ssociation with its education program m e. In Jam aica a unique and innovative approach was tried to educate young m en and women on population and family m atters. It was started by the Jam aican W om en's B ureau in 1978, to perm it continuity o f education for pregnant schoolgirls (12-16yrs) who had withdrawn from school. [W O M E N ] [Y O U TH ] [LIFEST Y LE S] [D EV E LO PIN G C O U N TR IE S] [SO CIA L PLAN N ING] [UNFPA ] [CARIBBEAN] [AFRICA ] BIO. R ecom m andations concernant des actions on des politiques du développem ent: internationales et nationales P r e s c r ip c io n e s p a r a p o lític a s o a c c io n e s de d e s a rro llo : internacionales y nacionales T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f W orks, Infrastructure and D ecentralization D ecentralizatio n process: regional ad m in istra tio n a n d regional d evelopm ent in T rin id ad a n d Tobago; p ro p o sals fo r re fo rm. Port-of-Spain: M inistry o f W orks, Infrastructure and D ecentralisation, p. : ill. G eneral > T T P Points out th at the fundam ental aim o f th e reform exercise is to free the people at the com m unity level and at th e level o f tow ns and villages to manage m ore o f th eir own affairs, to serve and assist each o th e r and to b e tte r organize them selves to serve th eir com m unities. It recognizes th e success o f the selfhelp m ovem ent and th e potential value o f village and com m unity councils and o f local governm ent institutions * [D E C E N T R A L IZ A T IO N ] [L O C A L G O V E R N M E N T ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] AG Sinha, D inesh P. D eveloping h ealth y lifestyles in school ch ild ren : th e Antigua experience. In: C ajanus: the C aribbean Food and N utrition Institute Q uarterly, vol. 23, n o pp : ill.g eneral > C D C Serial Proposes th at obseityand non-com m unicable diseases are intim ately associated with personal life styles, and som e o f these conditions are reversible with the adoption o f healthier lifestyles. M any o fth e chronic diseases such as high blood-pressure, high levels o f blood cholesterol and hardening o f the arteries start early in childhood. It is im perative th erefo re th at children are taught good habits from very early in o rd e r to re verse th isp ro cess.t h e W H O s Integrated Program m e for th e Prevention and C ontrol o f Non-com m unicable D iseases (IN T E R H E A L T H ) focuses o n th e prevention o f chronic diseases am ong children. Several developing countries have joined the program m e. T he A ntiguan com ponent o f the project is to develop a process through which training in healthy lifestyles could be adopted gradually in schools. M easurem ents o f body weight, blood pressure and serum profiles will form the basis for evaluating the p ro g ram m e.t h e concept o f the project is centered around the questions: A m I the right weight?; A m I doing my dailyphysical exercise?; A m i eating right?; D o I have a positive self concept? T h e program m e utilizes several approaches to achieve its goals: Intersectoral approach; M ultidisciplinary approach; Educational approach; Personal approach; sequential learning; Com m unity-based approach; Positive approach; Infusion approach; and cost-effective approach. No real project evaluation has been carried out but a pre- and post-project questionnaire assessing increased lifestyle aw areness o f lifestyle changes will be adm inistered in all new schools incorporated in the program m e. T his program m e should help students enhance th eir academic perform ance and save the country's m eager resources from being wasted on the m anagem ent o f these d iseases.t he a u th o r designed th e project addressed in this article. * [C H ILD R EN ] [SC H O O L A G E P O P U L A T IO N ] [H EA L TH ] [LIFE STY LES] [A N T IG U A A N D B A R B U D A ] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

58 BIO JM M orrison, Inez A bused ch ild a n d th e law : a Ja m a ic a n perspective. In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking th e cycle. P o rt o f Spain: T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, pp C aribbean Regional C onference o n Child Abuse and N eglect, 1, P o rt ofs pain, O ctober G eneral > C D C * T he history o f child abuse as a form al legal concept is not a very long one. Exam ines the way in which th e law has im pacted on th e abused child over the last fifteen years. D iscusses the deficiencies in the law which w ere identified as a result o f th e investigations o f a task force set up to investigate alleged report's o f child abuse by th e business and com m ercial sector. Lists the recom m endations for changes in th e law.t he age o f consent was raised to 16 with effect 30 D ecem ber 1988, and a specialist com m ittee appointed to im plem ent the proposals. P u ts forw ard for consideration questions which relate to the issues o f ehtics and identification o f priorities - th e responsibility o f the various professionals for the protection o f the child. * [CHILD ABU SE] [LEG A L ASPECTS] [JAM AICA] TT C a rib b ean co -operation in h e a lth : C C H : T rin id ad an d Tobago. Port ofspain : s ji., : tbls. C aribbean C ooperation in H ealth: m eeting o f d onors, P o rt o f Spain, 1 N o vem ber G eneral > T T P O rganized around seven priority areas. These are 1) E nvironm ental protection including vector control; 2) H um an resources developm ent; 3) Chronic disease control and accident prevention; 4) S trenghtening o f health systems; S) Food and nutrition; 6) M aterial and child health and population; 7) A ids. T his strategy was followed because it was felt th at these priority areas could be strategic entry points through which the region as a w hole could mobilize and m ake the m ost productive use o f resources. T he initiative will involve English speaking C aribbean and activities undertaken at national and regional levels will be coordinated to ensure th at they are m utually supportive since the effort has to be a cooperative one to realize the goals agreed upon. [H E A L T H ] [H E A L T H C O N T R O L ] [H E A L T H S E R V IC E S ] [H E A L T H F A C IL IT IE S ] [M E D IC A L C A R E ] [F O O D R E Q U IR E M ENTS] [N U TR IT IO N ] [EN V IR O N M E N T A L PR O T E C T IO N ] [D IS EASES] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] TT ILO C hallen g e o f em p lo y m en t p ro m o tio n : T rin id a d a n d Tobago in th e 1990's. P ort o fs p a in : IL O, 1990._, 130p. : tb ls.g e n eral > T T P Gives an analysis o fth e trends and com position o f em ploym ent; an assessm ent o f the im pact o f m acroeconom ic policies on em ploym ent, an evaluation o f existing and alternative policies, program m es and institutions for employm ent prom otion and an assessm ent o f the need for international technical assistance in policy design and program m e im plem entation T T T rinidad and T obago. C om m ission o f E nquiry into the D eath Penalty D eath p en alty in T rin id a d a n d T obago. Port-of-Spain: _, 51 p. G eneral > T T P Com m ission enquired into w hether th e death penalty should be retained for any offences u n d er th e crim inal law o ft rin id a d and T obago, and if so, for what offences, and if n o t, to w hat extent and by w hat m eans should the punishm ent now provided for capital offences be modified o r lim ited; and the changes if anyin the existing law or the prison system which would be req u ired. [C A P IT A L P U N IS H M E N T ] [C R IM IN A L LAW ] [PE N A L SA N C T IO N S] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T N ational c o n su lta tio n p a p e r on en h a n c in g th e q u ality o f life. Port ofspain : G overnm ent Printery, p. N ational consultation on enhancing th e quality o f life, P o rt o f S pain,23 M arch G eneral > T T P N otes th at the problem for governm ents o f developing countries concerned with enhancing the quality o f life o f its citizens is therefo re to m anage its lim ited resources so as to foster econom ic grow th while p u ttin g in place certain infrastructure that will curb the m any social problem s associated with deficiencies in the basic needs o f food, shelter, health and education. [Q U A L IT Y O F L IFE ] [LIVIN G C O N D IT IO N S] [BASIC N E ED S] [EN V IR O N M E N T A L Q U A L IT Y ] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T U W I. W om en and D evelopm ent Studies G roup (St. A ugustine, T T) ; IICA R eport on policies fo r w om en in th e ru ra l se c to r (R epublic o f T rin id ad an d T obago). St. A ugustine: U W I. W om en and D evelopm ent Studies G roup (St. A u g u stin e,t T ), p. : tbls. ill. G eneral > C D C Provides a diagnosis o fth e role o f w om en in th e developm ent o f rural sectors in T rin id ad and T obago from 1980.Section 1 deals with a socio-dem ographic analysis o f the population and provides a social and econom ic assessm ent o f w om en in rural developm ent with an indepth look at the com position o f the rural population. Section II looks at th e policies, program m es and projects at governm ental and non-governm ental levels (C aribbean Association for Fem i nist R esearch and A ction, C A F R A, and C aribbean N etw ork for Integrated Rural D evelopm ent, CN IRD ) and the institutional m easures for policy implem entation. Section III provides a critical analysis o f th e m ajor conceptual and operational difficulties regarding policies, program m es and projects, and the experiences o f o th er Caribbean countries. Section IV identifies alternatives for action. T he proposals suggested are directed tow ards addressing the deficiencies in policies ie. national training w orkshops targeted at policy m akers; support for C A FR A 's research/action project on women in Caribbean agriculture and estabishm ent o f a m echanism for docum enting and dissem inating inform ation which will assist in the em pow erm ent o f rural wom en. [E M P L O Y M E N T ] [U N E M P L O Y M E N T ] [A G R IC U L T U R E ] [SM ALL] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] [W O M EN ] [SO C IA L PO LIC Y ] [W O M EN W O R K ER S] [R U R A L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [D E V E L O P M E N T P R O JE C T S ] [G O V E R N M E N T P O L IC Y ] [S O C IA L P O L IC Y ] [D E M O G R A P H IC S T A T IS T IC S ] [TR IN ID A D A ND T O B A G O ] 40 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

59 BIO T T T rinidad and T obago. Sub-C om m ittee appointed to consider the rep o rt o f th e Steering C om m ittee for th e establishm ent o f a N ational C om m ission on C ulture R ep ort [45] p. G eneral > T T P * E xam ines th e role o fcu ltu re in society and no tes th at long neglect h as caused accelerating decay in architectural and historical heritage. Presents guidelines for th e establishm ent o f a N ational C ultural Policy including recognition o f the plurality o f th e society and o f the cultural form s o f the diverse ethnic groups. A lso p oints to the need to establish a balance betw een governm ent support for culture and th e necessary autonom y to free culture from over bureaucratization, o f centralism o f decision m aking and prescriptive policies. Tw o options afe recom m ended: (1) th e establishm ent o f a T rinidad and Tobago Com m ission on C ulture as a statutory body.; and (2) the establishm ent o f a T rinidad and T obago Com m ission on C ulture as an advisory body. [C U L T U R E ] [SO C IA L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] U S D epew, Jo h n L ib rary d isa ste r p rep ared n ess su p p o rt netw orks. San lu a n, PR : A C U R IL, p. : tbls. A C U R IL, 2 0,K ingston, A pril G eneral > C D C O utlines the state o f disaster p rep aredness in several state across the United S tates. D escribes a library disaster p reparedness and support netw ork in Florida University and public libraries. H ands-on workshops were held statewide, dealing with all aspects o f preparedness and recovery. [L IB R A R IE S] [D IS A S T E R PR E V E N T IO N ] [N A T U R A L D IS A S T E R S ] [FIRES] [W ATER] [SURVEYS] [PLANNING ] [CO N FEREN CE PA PERS] [U N ITED STATES] X I M attes, A nn A genda 2000: a m e ta p h o r fo r ch an g e releasin g th e creative energies o f C a rib b ean people in developm ent. P ort o f Spain: Regional Econom ic C onference, _, 27p R egional Econom ic C onference, P ort o f Spain, 27 F ebruary - 1 M arch G eneral A critical look a t the C aribbean indicates th at technological advances are changing the contours o f the region; responses to this will be critical to any kind o f orderly fu tu re. M oney is likely to be tight and econom ic assistance from the north is not as concentrated as before.p erhaps what the region needs is to focus its atten tio n on its very careful exam ination o f what it m ay in large part offer a foreign investor, how it m ay innovate in financial participation options to attract capital to th e region. O ne possible avenue m a y b e in the quality o f o u r hum an resources, taking advantage o fth e increasing em phasis on knowledge-intensive products. [R E G IO N A L C O O P E R A T IO N ] [EC O N O M IC G R O W T H ] [EC O N O M IC R E F O R M ] [C A R IB B EA N ] > C D C D efines neglect and considers som e o f th e reasons fo r parental abuse and neglect o r rejection o f th e p aren tal ro le. D iscusses with supporting statistics, a program m e form ulated to com bat child abuse and neglect in B arbados through legislative refo rm, educational outreach and counselling services. S tates th at B arbados is now at th e crossroads - th e com m unity has been m otivated and sensitized and various professionals (doctors, nurses, teachers and police) have been m obilized to tak e action. D iscusses th e need for m ore indepth approach on legal reform including th e establishm ent o f a family court; prevention and m ulti-disciplinary linkages; treatm en t and research issues. E m phasises th e need for sound and inform ed policy decisions and suggests th at the issue should be placed on th e political agenda o f the country. U rges th e establishm ent o f national com m ittees for th e study o f child abuse and neglect on an island-to-island basis and refers to th e issue o f m andatory reporting and effevtive utilization o f h u m an resources. Concludes with a sum m ary o f recom m endations for child abuse program m es in th e C aribbean. [C H ILD A B U SE ] [C H IL D C A R E ] [SE X U A L V IO L E N C E ] [TEEN A G E P R E G N A N C Y ] [L E G A L P R O T E C T IO N ] [BA RB A D O S] X I T rinidad and T obago T elep h o n e C om pany C o rp o rate busin e ss p la n P o rto fs p a in : T E L C O, 1990._, 41 p. : tb ls.g e n e ra l > T T P Plan sum m arizes th e com pany's current situations, outlines the company's 5 year strategic direction (includingthe 1990 B udget) fo rth e period , identifies the key assum ptions underlying the financial projections and provides the various financial projection reports. [PU B LIC SER V IC ES] [T E L E C O M M U N IC A T IO N S ] [TELEPH O N E] [T R IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] X I N urse, L eonard D eterio ratio n o f C a rib b ean co astal zones: a re c u rrin g issu e in regional developm ent. In: Cox, Jo h n,c o m p, and ed.; E m b re e,c. (S id ),c o m p.a n d ed..sustainable developm ent in the C aribbean: a report on th e public policy im plications o f sustainable developm ent in the C aribbean Region C onference. Halifax: Institute for R esearch on Public Policy, p p C onference on Public Policy Im plications on Sustainable D evelopm ent in the C aribbean R egion, K ingston, M ay G eneral > C D C Focuses on the problem s o f coastal erosion and conservation, an issue with far reaching econom ic im plications for m ost C aribbean countries. Reviews the significance o f coasts to national developm ent and th e natural and maninduced causes o f coastal erosion. S tates th a t p rio r to th e late 1970s, the concept o f coastal-zone m anagem ent w as largely unknow n. Identifies the m anagem ent initiatives now b eing im plem ented by various governm ents. Concludes th at although certain developm ents are taking place it is still uncertain th a t th ere is full com m itm ent to sound coastal m anagem ent practices in all countries, w ithout which even th e best strategies will not be effective. Provides suggestions which m ay assist policy m akers in designing m ore com prehensive coastal m anagem ent strategies. [C O A STS] [E N V IR O N M E N T A L M A N A G E M E N T ] [CARIBBEA N ] XI R oett, Phyllis C hild abuse: a C aribbean regional perspective. : ill. tbls. In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking th e cycle. P ort o f Spain: T rinidad and T obago. M inistryofs ocial D evelopm ent and Fam ilyservices, 1990.p p C aribbean R egional Conference on Child A buse and N eglect, 1, P ort ofspain, O ctober G eneral X I T rin id ad and T o b ag o. W orking C o m m ittee on Science and Technology F in al re p o rt on a p ro p o sal fo rth e esta b lish m e n t a n d operations o f a b u sin e ss in c u b a to r facility in T rin id a d a n d T obago. Port o f Spain: N IH E R S T, 1989._, vii^o p. : tbls., ill. G eneral > T T P CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

60 BIO. * T he m andate o f the com m ittee appointed by C abinet in A ugust 1987 is as follows: to consider th e optim al m ethod o f im plem enting the concept o f a science and technologypark as proposed in th e N A R m anifesto.t he following were considered: H igh T echnology P ark, Science o r R esearch P ark and Innovation C enter o r B usiness Incu b ato r. T he H igh T echnology P ark was ruled o u t.t h e Science P ark concept was considered to o expensive to establish while the innovation o r business incubator facility was strongly supported, with share holdings as follows: C A R IR I,D F C,ID C, M inistry o f Planning and R econstruction (via C orporation Sole).private sector institutions and U,W J., with a launch date o f January * [SCIENCE A N D T E C H N O L O G Y ] [R ESEA R C H A N D D E V E L O P M E N T IN N O V A TIO N S] [R E SE A R C H C EN TRES] [TR IN ID A D A ND T O B A G O ] XI Alleyne, G eorge H ealth /tourism in teractio n. In: C ourier, no B russels: p p : ill.g en eral > C D C Serial * Exam ines the inter-relationship betw een health in general and tourism and points out how health and health services are im portant considerations for tourists. Som e o f the basic illnesses o f the tourist usually relate to food-borne diseases and disorders related to risky behaviour. H ow ever, the health o fth e tourist is not only im portant in term s o f his o r h e r welfare but is also based on the concern th at the returning tourist may introduce diseases into th eir country o f origin T he im plications for the destination country are based on, the environm ental im pact and local health services which are called to treat not only m inor alim ents but now with the increase age o f the to u rist, som e tim es m ore severe illnesses. T he H ealth T ourism aspect o f tourism is alm ost always neglected in th e whole tourism product, even though tourism itself is based on rest and relaxation in a healthy environm ent. R ecom m ends th at the points o f interaction betw een health and tourism be e>q>lored further with em phasis being placed on the im pact o f tourism o r local physical and environm ental health. T he extent to which H ealth T ourism can be a p art o f the tourism product also needs research. * [TO U R ISM ] [H E A L T H ] [V E N E R A L D ISEA SES] [D R U G A D D IC TIO N ] [H EA LTH SERVICES] [CARIBBEAN] XI A ntrobus, Peggy H u m an resources developm ent: public aw areness / particip a tion policies an d practices. In: Cox, Jo h n,c o m p, and ed.; E m b re e,c. (S id ),co m p.an d ed..s ustainable developm ent in the C aribbean: a rep o rt on the public policy im plications o f sustainable developm ent in the C aribbean Region Conference. Halifax: Institute for R esearch on Public Policy, pp C onference on Public Policy Im plications on Sustainable D evelopm ent in the C aribbean R egion, K ingston, M ay G eneral > C D C * Examines the conceptual fram ew ork within the environm ental crisis and sustainable developm ent is being addressed, the groups which define the environm ental issues and the level and type o f participât ion. D iscusses policy issues and recom m ends th at governm ents focus on issues o f particular concern to C aribbean people that they should support the interest and initiative o f N G O s and com m unity-based groups especially those which take account o f w om en's specific perspectives, p o o r w om en being recognized as key actors. T hey should align them selves firm ly with the interest o fth e m ajority o f their electorate instead o f with th e financial interests o f the few. Finally w arns against purely technical approaches to developm ent. [G O V E R N M E N T P O L IC Y ] [SO C IA L P A R T IC IP A T IO N ] [EN V R IO N - M E N T A L PO LICY ] [CA RIBBEA N ] X I C ropper, Angela In flu en cin g in te rn a tio n a l in stitu tio n s. In: Cox, Jo h n,c o m p, and ed.; E m b re e,c. (S id ),c o m p.a n d ed..s ustainable developm ent in the C aribbean: a report on th e public policy im plications o f sustainable developm ent in the C aribbean Region C onference. Halifax: Institute for R esearch on Public Policy, pp C onference on Public Policy Im plications on Sustainable D evelopm ent in the C aribbean R egion, K ingston, M ay G eneral > C D C D iscusses influencing international institutions in th e context o f building a fram ew ork for discussion about public policy relating to sustainable developm ent. Explores the features o f the relationship betw een th e international organizaitons and th e C aribbean countries, th e difficulties which em erge and the need to change the p aram eters o f such a relatio n sh ip. States th at present approaches to international developm ental assistance appear to be inimical to the long-term interest o f developing countries. Som e positive results have been seen from the activities o f and interaction with p articular organizations, but overall existing approaches and arrangem ents should be re-exam ined w here th e present reality diverges from th e goals o f developing societies. T his is seen to be even m ore urgent given the advent o f environm ental considerations on the global agenda. D iscusses the im plications o f environm ental p rotection and preservation issues for developing countries and suggests a set o f m easures which are im p o rtan t, not because o f th eir potential to influence international institutions and international relations generally but because they constitute an inescapable set o f im peratives for the progress and longterm viability and social stabilityof C aribbean societies. Discusses the form u lation o f public policy for sustainable developm ent and a fram ew ork for discussion. Stresses the need for regional unity both in p urpose and action if it is hoped to exercise any influence in the international community. [IN T E R N A T IO N A L O R G A N IZ A T IO N S ] [IN T E R N A T IO N A L C O O P E R A T IO N ] [G O V E R N M E N T PO LIC Y ] [C A R IB B EA N ] X I M unroe, T revor L ab o u r a n d su sta in a b le d evelopm ent. In: Cox, Jo h n,c o m p, and ed.; E m b re e,c. (S id ),c o m p.a n d ed.. Sustainable developm ent in the C aribbean: a report on th e public policy im plications o f sustainable developm ent in the C aribbean Region C onference. Halifax: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1990.pp C onference on Public Policy Im plications on Sustainable D evelopm ent in the C aribbean R egion, K ingston, M ay G eneral > C D C D iscusses the m ajor shifts th at have tak en place in the characters o f the labour force over the past decade and analyses the im plications for sustainable developm ent as it relates to th e current situation largely brought on by IM F conditionality and structural adjustm ent program s. T o cope with these realities trad e unions and th e labour m ovem ent m ust significantly restructive and re-orient them selves. O ffers as possible solutions n ew approaches - enhanced w orker aw areness which includes w orker education, em ployee - involvem ent program m es, contract bargaining, incentive schem es, a strengthened labour lobby at th e governm ental level for appro p riate policy and changes needed in IM F conditionality. A rgues for a social unionism to com plem ent the econom ic and social unionism that has historically characterized C aribbean labour. * [TR A D E U N IO N S] [L A B O U R R E L A T IO N S ] [LA B O U R M O V E M ENTS] [CARIBBEAN] 42 CARISPLAN Abstracts,No.22,1991

61 BIO X I F orde, N orm a M onica Legal aspects o f ch ild ab u se in th e E nglish-sp eak in g C a rib b ean. In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking th e cycle. P ort o fs p a in : T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, pp C aribbean R egional Conference on Child A buse and N eglect, 1, P o rt o fs pain, O ctober G eneral > C D C * D iscusses age variations found in legislation throughout the region and suggests that one approach to rationalisation o f age and definition is to classify all juveniles as children and all offences com m itted against them as serious offences. C onsiders the existing law with regard to em otional, econom ic, physical and sexual abuse. N otes th at a review o f th e law is a useful starting point to break the cycle o f an abused child eventually becom ing an abusing adult. C oncludes th at th roughout th e C om m onw ealth C aribbean legislation has been enacted to punish illtreatm ent, neglect and abuse o f children however the legislation is not easy to find. Suggests a project aim ed at collecting and collating all th e laws in th e region relating to children which could th en be reviewed, revised and updated Calls for careful consideration to rationalising and harm onising child law in the region and suggests th at interesting advances in legislation already in place could be canvassed as m odels. States th at several countries have already reform ed the law intended to alleviate econom ic abuse, the existing provisions in relation to physical and sexual abuse could be brought to g eth er in an Indecency w ith C hildren A ct, and fu rth er considerations should be given to the codification o f all law relating to children. Suggests m ulti-dim ensional action needed to effevtively resolve the problem o f child abuse and the introduction o f laws to force notification o f suspected cases. R efers to the appointm ent o f a children's om budsm an or youth advocate and p u ts forward the ideal a s a family court with and crim inal divisions and provision o f the necessary ancilliary social services. * [C H ILD A B U SE ] [L E G A L A SPEC TS] [C H ILD A B U SE] [LE G A L ASPECTS] [CARIBBEAN ] X I P roposed resolutions for th e Regional Econom ic C onference. P o rt o fs p a in : R egional Econom ic C onference, 1991._, 15 p. R egional E conom ic C onference, P ort o f Spain, 27 February-1 M arch G eneral > T T P * O utlines the recom m endations agreed upon by the conference in eight areas: Investm ent and production, hum an resource developm ent, trade relations, financing developm ent, social partnerships, sustainability o f developm en t, bringing th e p eo p les o f the region closer to g eth er and regional cooperation. * [E C O N O M IC C O O P E R A T IO N ] [R E G IO N A L C O O P E R A T IO N ] [CO N FEREN CES] [CARIBBEAN] XI Sam uel, W endell R egional co o peration as an elem en t o f C aribbean developm ent H ow ever th e age old factors o f differences in language, culture, ideology, lack o f knowledge and tran sp o rt still inhibit th e move tow ard cooperation. A num ber o f global issues including the global econom ic crisis m ake the indep endent survival o f small econom ies virtually im possible. T hey also make regional cooperation im perative. T hese issues are: th e m ovem ent toward trading blocs, U S-C anada F ree T rade arrangem ents, th e E E C o f 1992; developm ent within U N C T A D and th e G roup o f 77 tow ard g reater South-South cooperation; the sponsorship o f th e C rockett Bill in th e US which directs funds for the use o f C aribbean nations tow ard regional integration. T he study focuses on C A R IC O M, C uba, th e D om inican R epublic, th e French islands of M a rtin iq u e an d G u a d a lo u p e, (D e p a rtm e n ts F ra n ç a ise D 'A m ériq u e) (D F A s), H aiti,an d P u erto R ico. D ivided into four sections.section O ne looks at th e global environm ent, m ajor developm ents th a t m ay im pact on the region's econom ies. T hese are th e U ruguay R ound, the Single E uropean M arket o f 1992, th e Lom e IV C onvention and th e U S - C anada Free Trade agreem ent. Section Tw o discusses th e C aribbean C om m unity (C A RIC O M ) its history and its experiences. Focuses on intra-regional trade with CARI C O M and cooperation within non-econom ic fields. Section T hree examines regional cooperation in th e wider C aribbean bo th institutional and non-institutional. Looks at the experiences o f CD CC and the Caribbean Environm ental P rogram m e. Focuses on individual nations, such as P uerto R ico,and the D om inican R epublic, and explains th e problem with trad e within the region. Section F our looks at th e future o f regional cooperation in the C aribbean. R ecom m ends cooperation in tra d e, finance, agriculture, industry and external bargaining as a m eans o f achieving com petitiveness o f the C aribbean econom ies and eventually regional cooperation. * [R E G IO N A L IN T E G R A T IO N ] [EC O N O M IC IN T E G R A T IO N ] [D E V E L O P M E N T S T R A T E G Y ] [C A R IC O M ] [CA RIBBEA N ] X I D erne.m arie-c laude R e la tio n s betw een th e F re n c h O verseas D e p a rtm e n ts a n d C A R IC O M. : tbls. In: W edderburn, Judith, ed.. Integration and participatory developm ent: selected p apers and proceedings o f th e second conference o f Caribbean econom ists. K ingston: Friedrich E b ert Stiftung / A ssociation o f Caribbean Econom ists, pp C onference o f C aribbean E conom ists, 2, B ridgetow n, M ay G eneral > C D C * Discusses the possible deepening o f relationships betw een the "Departm ents F ra n c ia sd 'A m érique "(D F A s) o f M artin iq u e,g u ad elo u p e and French G uiana with C A R IC O M.T h ere are certain factors how ever th at prevent this. T hey are linguistic b arriers, the C om m on E xternal T a riff and the already established relationships with the C onvention o f Lom e and the trade agreem ents CB I and C A R IB C A N, which do not apply to D FA S. D etails o f the factors th at ham per relations are listed u n d er the b road subjects o f economic related, policy related and already established regional and international ties. T he econom ic related factors are: w eak and unbalanced trad e which exist betw een the islands; the alm ost non-existence o f jo in t production - the idea o f prom oting partnership with C A R IC O M en terprises as a m eans o f industrial developm ent is now being successfully accepted in th e D F A 's business sector; and in the relatively insignificant flow o f interisland tourists. In term s o f policy related issues, these areas are: strategy o f product developm ent; trad e b arriers; m onetary and fiscal policies; and th e obstacle o f free movement o f people. T he im pact o f external factors on regional cooperation are: the D FA s relationship with France which gives them a clear advantage; preferential schem es such as L om e, CBI and C A R IB C A N actually define the concept o fth e C aribbean; th e lack o f a co-ordinated aid program m e which can play a significant role in facilitating regional cooperation. Concludes that the possibility does exist for regional cooperation. By careful planning and genuine exploitation o f different N orth/south program m es, such as the Convention o f L om e, C aribbean countries can m ake a positive step to South/South cooperation. T he proposal o f the "K angooroo O peratio n " a new industrial strategy for investm ent betw een "CARICOM and D FA countries isexplained. P roposes g reater involvem ent o f D F A countries in C aribbean affairs and in sectors such as T ourism and Fishing. strateg y. : tbls. In: W edderburn, Judith, ed.. Integration and participatory developm ent: selected p apers and proceedings o f the second conference o f C aribbean econom ists. K ingston: Friedrich E b ert Stiftung / A ssociation o f C aribbean Econom ists, pp C onference o f C aribbean E conom ists, 2, Bridgetow n, M ay G eneral > C D C * Suggests that presently a num ber o f factors exist which dem and th at the leaders o f the C aribbean seize this o pportunity to move toward regional cooperatio n.t h e working group on regional integration defined som e basic goals for integration: regional food security, d eep en in g o f the industralization process; and expanding the com petitiveness o f the Caribbean econom ies. [C A R IC O M ] [R E G IO N A L IN T E G R A T IO N ] [CA RIBBEA N ] CARISPLAN Abstracts,No. 22,

62 BIO X I D ilbar, Assim R ole a n d im p o rta n c e o f p la n t q u a ra n tin e fo r th e su p p o rt o f fresh h o rtic u ltu ra l com m o d ities. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, M yrtle, ed.. IIC A. Proceedings o f a w orkshop on post harvest handling o fh o rticu ltu ral com m odities for export. Port o fs p a in : IIC A, 1990.p p W orkshop on Post H arvest H andling o f H orticultural C om m odities for Exp o rt, St. A ugustine, Ju n e G eneral > C D C * Identifies the In ternational Plant Protection C onvention and th e C aribbean Plant P rotection Com m ission as th e regulating agents for th e m ovem ent o f plant and plant products.s um m arises th e legislation which governs th e im port and export o f plant m aterial in T rinidad and Tobago and th e role o f the Plant Q uarantine D epartm en t. Presents future plans expected to counteract the present lim itations - th e issue o f ad equate staff to deal with th e increase in the volum e o f exports and phytosanitary certificates and th e construction o f infrastructural facilities at the airp o rt for thorough and efficient inspection o f goods. Calls for the support o f exporters. * [PLA N T P R O T E C T IO N ] [Q U A R A N T IN E ] [C A R IB B EA N ] X I Jackson, Ivor T ourism a n d su sta in a b le developm ent in th e C a rib b ean. In: Cox, Jo h n,c o m p, and ed.; E m b re e,c. (S id ),co m p.an d ed..s ustainable developm ent in th e C aribbean: a report on th e public policy im plications o f sustainable developm ent in the C aribbean Region C onference. Halifax: Institute for Research on Public Policy, pp C onference on Public Policy Im plications on Sustainable D evelopm ent in the C aribbean R egion, K ingston, M ay G eneral > C D C * States th at the grow th o f C aribbean tourism since the 1970s has been mainly due to deliberate policies initiated byregional governm ent but that the success o f these policies has been at heavy cost to the environm ent. Points out that m anagem ent o f coastal and m arine resources on which tourism is sustained is yet to be integrated into developm ental strategies. Briefly sum m arises perform ance and tren d s and describes som e o fth e m ajor issues and im pacts that result from tourism 's use o f m arine and coastal resources. Presents recom m endations and suggestions which look at tourism in th e context o f a w ider public policy fram ew ork for sustainable developm ent including a call for im provem ent o f th e database to facilitate sound policy decisions on the industry. Concludes th at the region can accom m odate twice as m any tourist with significantly less resource degradation provided conservation and developm ental policiesare integrated and there is willingness to invest in the hum an and institutional capacity to im prove m anagem ent o f coastal and m arine environm ents. * [T O U R IS M D E V E L O P M E N T ] [E N V IR O N M E N T A L M A N A G E M ENT] [CARIBBEAN] X L U N E P Action p lan fo r th e e n v iro n m en t in L atin A m erica a n d th e C aribbean: a p ro p o sal. U N E P, i, 33 p. U N E P /L A C -IG W G.V II/4 [M eeting o f H igh-level Experts D esignated by the G overnm ents on Regional C ooperation in E nvironm ental M a tte rs in Latin A m erica and the C aribbean], Port ofs p ain, O ctober Lim ited > C D C U N * Provides the rationale for th e plan in a b rie f background statem ent. The conceptual fram ew ork is followed by an appraisal o f the principal environm ental problem s th at need to b e overcom e - resource m anagem ent problem s (deforestation, soil loss and degradation, the determ ination o f m arine and coastal resources, determ ination o f w ater resources) ; environm ental quality problem s (the urb an environm ental predicam ent, environm ental consequences o f energy issues, illegal drug-crop cultivation); global environm ental problem s (global clim atic changes, ozone layer d epletion, transboundary hazardous waste m ovem ents, loss o f biodiversity); th e regional response to these problem s - th e establishm ent o f environm ental institutions, enactm ent o f legislation, expansion o f international participation and adoption o f subregional, regional and w orld environm ental cooperative initiatives; and the factors th at reduce th e effectiveness o f environm ental m anagem ent. D efines the general objectives o f th e plan as th e strengthening and stream lining o f the regional cooperative system on the environm ent and identifies specific objectives at national, regional and global levels. O utlines th e proposed program m e elem ents and spin-offs, and identifies th e institutional in strum ents which will be responsible for prom oting the plan, carrying out follow-up on intergovernm ental decisions, m onitoring program m e developm ent and adm inistering co-ordination m echanism s. Proposes the sub-division o f financial requirem ents according to th e th ree levels o f im plem entation o f th e plan - policy form ulation, co-ordination m echanism s and project im plem entation. A list o f sub-regional, regional and global international agreem ents on environm ental protection subscribed by the governm ents o f Latin Am erica and the Caribbean is annexed. * [E N V IR O N M E N T A L PLA N N IN G ] [E N V IR O N M E N T A L M A N A G E M EN T] [LA TIN A M ER IC A ] X L U N E P F in al re p o rt o f th e F irst M eeting o f H igh-level G overnm ent- D esignated E xperts to review th e D ra ft Action P lan fo rth e E n v iro n m e n t in L atin A m erica a n d th e C a rib b e a n, S an tiag o, C hile, Ju ly U N E P, i, 22 p. U N E P/L A C -IG W G.V ll/in fi M eeting o f H igh-level E xperts D esignated by the G overnm ents on Regional C ooperation in E nvironm ental M a tte rs in L atin A m erica and the C aribbean, P o rt o fs p a in, O cto b er L im ited > C D C U N * Presents th e com m ents on th e draft Plan in th e form o f recom m endations for incorporation into th e text o fth e A ction P lan for approval by the governm ents at the V II M inisterial M eeting on th e E nvironm ent to be held in O ctober Covers the n atu re, scope and structure o fth e p la n,th e priority regional program m es and th e institutional and financial arrangem ents; the relationship betw een th e A ction P lan and th e 1992 U N C onference on the Environm ent and D evelopm ent; the G eneral Program m e o f the Environm ental Training Network for Latin Am erica and the C aribbean. C ontributions o f the participating countries to th e N etw ork T ru st Fund is given in an appendix. * [E N V IR O N M E N T A L PLA N N IN G ] [LA T IN A M ER IC A ] XL ECLA C R eport o f th e L atin A m erican a n d C a rib b ean R egional P re p a ra to ry M eeting fo r th e U nited N ations C onference on E n v iro n m en t an d D evelopm ent. Santiago: E C L A C, iii,53 p. L C /G.1656 (Conf.80/3) L atin A m erican and C aribbean R egional P re p arato ry M eetin g for the U nited N ations C onference on E nvironm ent and D evelopm ent, M exico City, 4-7 M arch G eneral > C D C U N * G ives details o f the attendance and organization o f th e U N C onference on Environm ent and D evelopm ent (M exico C ity,4-7m arch 1991).T he sum m ary o f the contributions m ade by the delegates and the conclusions and recom m endations m ade at the T latelolco P latform is o utlined. C ontains the articles o fth e Tlatelolco P latform on E nvironm ent and D evelopm ent, which declared the following environm ental issues as im portant to the G overnm ents o f Latin A m erica and th e C aribbean: Protection o f the atm osphere and clim ate change; B iodiversityand biotechnology, P rotection and m anagem ent o f landbased resources which consist o f forest, soil degradation, acidification,erosion 44 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

63 and salinization; P rotection and m anagem ent o f oceans, seas, and coastal zones; Protection o f fresh w ater quality and supply, E radication o f poverty in hum an settlem ents; U rb an developm ent and th e environm ent; and E nvironm ental m anagem ent o f waste, especially hazardous and toxic wastes. * [E N V IR O N M E N T A L P L A N N IN G ] [E N V IR O N M E N T ] [L A T IN A M ER IC A ] X P T akahashi, Patrick K.; W oodruff, Jam es L. D evelopm ent o f altern ativ e energy system s fo r isla n d co m m u n ities. In: B eller, W.; éd.; d'a yala, P., ed.; H ein, P., ed.. Sustainable developm ent and environm ental m anagem ent o f sm all islands. Paris: U nesco/p arthenon Publishing G ro u p, p p (M an and th e B iosphere Series). Interoceanic W orkshop on Sustainable D evelopm ent and E nvironm ental M anagem ent o f Small Islands, H um acao, 3-7 N ovem ber G eneral > C D C * Exam ines som e o f the m ajor program m es initiated by island com m unities to develop and m anage indigenous energy resources following the oil crisis o f Identifies th e problem s encountered and discusses a recom m ended approach to energy develo p m en t^ 1) careful resource assessm ents; (2) option analysis; (3) dem onstration projects and feasibility studies; (4) facilitative actions by governm ents and energy developers. Provides a sum m ary o f the energy projects - geotherm al energy, w ind, ocean therm al energy conversion (O T E C ), photovoltaics, biom ass and solid w aste, hydropow er, and wave energy. C oncludes with suggestions for future efforts in alternative energy developm ent for islands. * [ISLANDS] [R E N EW A B LE E N E R G Y SO U R C ES] [E N E R G Y R E SO U R C ES] [ASIA A N D T H E PA C IFIC ] X Z W hite, R ichard Issu e o f em p o w erm en t: an overview. In: U N IC E F. Child abuse: breaking th e cycle. P ort o f Spain: T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Social D evelopm ent and Fam ily Services, pp C aribbean Regional C onference on Child A buse and N eglect, 1, P ort ofspain, O ctober G eneral > C D C * D efines th e term and discusses th e practical issues raised by th e concept o f em pow erm ent. R efers to new legislation in the U K and the developm ent o f th e concept o f a Child A ssessm ent O rd e r. D iscusses the problem s o f transfer o f p aren tal rights and to the situation in B ritain w here assessm ent is done by a m ulti-disciplinary team. N otes th at if the state agency is not vested with sufficient pow er, the end result will only be continuing instability for the child. M akes a plea to th e legal profession and suggests the recruitm ent and training o f lawyers to work within the fram ew ork o fth e social w ork agencies. D iscusses em pow erm ent with respect to th e agencies, the staff, com plaint procedures, foster o r adoptive paren ts and th e responsibilityof the governm ent and refers to the appointm ent o f a children's om budsm an. C oncludes th at the In tern a tional Society for th e P revention o f Child A buse and Neglect (ISPCAN) can make a m ajor contribution by p rom oting a world-wide understanding o fth e causes and m ethods o f dealing with child abuse and suggests th at the C aribbean Society could do the sam e. * [CH ILD A B U SE] [L E G A L A SPEC TS] [TH E W O R LD ] X Z L atin A m erican and C aribbean C om m ission on D evelopm ent and Environm ent O u ro w n ag en d a. U N D P : W ashington,d C ID B, 1990.xiii,93 p. : tbls. ill. G eneral > C D C * Seeks to contribute to developm ent o f a regional vision for th e U nited N ations C onference on D evelopm ent and th e E nvironm ent to take place in D iscusses th e need fo r an environm ental agenda and a special strategy based on an analysis o f regional in stitutional, econom ic and social pecularities and environm ental p roblem s. Exam ines th e im pact o f environm ental deterioration in societyand on th e econom yand describes som e o fth e m ajor regional, international and global envrionm ental issues. Identifies and discusses guidelines needed to p ro m o te a strategy for sustainable developm ent. Discusses th e need to establish dialogue with th e developed countries and stresses the need for th e region to reach concensus on an agenda o f the principal problem s to be negotiated w ith th e N o rth. P roposes a new international agreem ent to achieve sustainable developm ent on a world and regional scale. * [E N V IR O N M E N T A L P O L IC Y ] [E N V IR O N M E N T A L P R O T E C T IO N ] [EN V R IO N M E N T A L M A N A G E M E N T ] [LA T IN A M ER IC A ] X Z U N IC E F S trategy fo r im p ro v ed n u tritio n o f c h ild ren an d w om en in developing c o u n trie s. N ew Y ork, NY: U N IC E F, p. : ill. (U N IC EF Policy Review, no. 1). E/IC EF/1990/L.6,9 G eneral > C D C * M alnutrition is one o f th e m ost significant problem s o f the day. Examines th e nature o f the problem and pro p o ses th e developm ent o f a new strategy. Identifies th e nutrition goals for th e 1990's as th e control o f protein-energ m alnutrition and m icronutrient deficiency disorders, and suggests a m ethodology fo r identification o f appro p riate action in a p articular context through 'pre-packaged' technical interventions. T he Conceptual fram ew ork em phasises th e potential m ultisectoral n ature o f the p roblem, facilitates dialogue and co-operation am ong people o f different professions, helps to identify what should be assessed and how causative relationships should be identified and analyzed. A lso helps to clarity th e objectives o f the actions selected for im plem entation. D escribes an approach by which households, com m unities and officials at th e district and national levels can im prove th eir capacity to use inform ation for assessing, analysing and designing actions. Stresses the early developm ent and establishm ent o f nutrition inform ation systems at all levels. D iscusses th e im p o rtan t com ponents o f a nutritio n strategy and the actions to be taken in term s o f w hether th ey address th e m anifestations and im m ediate, underlying o r basic causes o f nutrition. * [PR O G R A M M E PLA N N IN G ] [N U T R IT IO N PO LIC Y ] [H U M A N N U T R IT IO N ] [W O M EN] [C H IL D R E N ] [U N IC EF] [M A LN U TR ITIO N ] [D E V E L O PIN G C O U N T R IE S] [TH E W O R LD ] Z Z H ess, A lison L. Overview: su stain ab le developm ent an d environm ental m an a g em en t o f sm a ll islan d s. In: d'a yala, P., ed.; H ein, P., ed.; B eller, W., éd.. Sustainable developm ent and environm ental m anagem ent o f sm all islands. Paris: U nesco/parthenon Publishing G ro u p, 1990.pp.3-14 (M an and th e B iosphere Series). Interoceanic W orkshop on Sustainable D evelopm ent and Environm ental M anagem ent o f Small Islands, H um acao, 3-7 N ovem ber G eneral > C D C * Small islands provide a special case in developm ent, largely due to special characteristics o f th eir resources, econom ics and in m any cases th eir culture. D iscusses th e developm ent options fo r sm all islands and lists the research areas which the scientific com m unity could address to answ er questions basic to island developm ent. Exam ines developm ent goals and identifies six specific ways in which sustainable developm ent options might be increases: (1) resource preservation; (2) resource resto ratio n ; (3) resource enhancem ent; (4) sustainable resource developm ent; (5) provision fo hum an services; (6) nonresource-dependent developm ent options. Stresses the need for careful planning, inform ation m anagem ent and institution building. * [ISLA N D S] [R E SO U R C E S M A N A G E M E N T ] [D E V E L O P M E N T CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

64 B15. PO LICY ] [E N V IR O N M E N T A L M A N A G E M E N T ] [T H E O R E T IC A L O R M E T H O D O L O G IC A L D O C U M E N TS] B a n k 's sta n d a rd v a ria b le in te re st ra te. F in an cin g P lan : G o v ern m en t US$1 ^m illion/ib R D US$4.0m illion. B15. R ecom m andations concernant des actions ou des politiques du développem ent: sous-nationales P r e s c r ip c io n e s p a r a p o lític a s o a c c io n e s de d e s a r r o llo : subnacionales XL In: W orld D evelopm ent, vol.17, no.8. O xford: de Janvry, A lain; S adoulet,e lisabeth. Investm ent strategies to com bat rural poverty: a proposal for L atin A m erica. O xford: P ergam on Press, G eneral > C D C Serial * T he econom ic crisis th at started in 1980 forced L atin A m erican countries to im plem ent drastic stabilization policies and structural adjustm ent p ro gram m e. T he consequent appreciation o fth e real exchange rate transform ed agriculture into the m ost dynamic sector o f the econom y. T his creates the possibility o f defining a forw ard-looking rural developm ent strategy th at is consistent with this new role for agriculture and th at has the potential o f significantly lessening rural poverty. Starting from a social poverty map for the rural areas, th e study identifies a five-pronged approach that includes: (1) farm -oriented rural developm ent projects for th e u p p er subfam ily and family farms', (2) household-oriented rural developm ent projects for the lower subfamily farm s; (3) access to additional assets for the landless and subfam ily farm ers through land reform and colonization; (4) em ploym ent creation and labour m arket rationalization; and (S) the prom otion o f backw ard, forw ard, and final-dem and linkages with agriculture located in the rural areas. * [EC O N O M IC PO LICY ] [A G R IC U L T U R E ] [PO V ER TY ] [R U R A L A REA S] [A G R IC U L T U R A L D E V E L O P M E N T ] [R U R A L D E V E L O P M EN T I [D E V E L O P M E N T STR A TE G Y ] [LA TIN A M ERIC A ] * [D E V E L O P M E N T A ID ] [T E C H N IC A L C O O P E R A T IO N ] [TR IN I D A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T W orld Bank M e m o ran d u m a n d reco m m en d atio n o f th e P re sid en t o f th e In te rn a tio n a l B a n k fo r R e stru ctio n a n d D evelopm ent to th e executive directors on a p roposed stru c tu ra l a d ju s tm e n t lo an in a n a m o u n t equivale n t to US$40 m illio n to R epublic o f T rin id a d a n d T obago. W ashington, D C : W orld B ank, p. : tb ls.,ill.g e n e ra l > T T P * P roposed loan would support the G overnm ent's structural adjustm ent program by addressing selected areas o f policy th at are key to grow th. Aim s at raising efficiency o f public sector m anagem ent, rem oving allocative inefficiences produced by the prevailing restrictive trad e regim e, and providing the underpinings for the sustainability o f the adjustm ent process. R eform p ro gram to encom pass: 1) public sector resources m obilization and allocation: state enterprise restructuring and divestiture, efficiency im provem ents and tariff increases in public utilities; 2) im proving incentive fram ew ork particularly the trade regime and investm ent incentives; 3) Strengthening the govern m en t's social sector policies and program s. T he loan will be disbursed against general im ports excluding specific item s. T he loan will be payable in 15 years including a five year grace period. It would be disbursed in two tranches o f US$20 million each - the second following a satisfactory review o f the program. Possible co-financing o fth e loan m ay com e from E)qport-Import Bank o f Japan. * [D E V E L O P M E N T A ID ] [T E C H N IC A L C O O PE R A T IO N ] [TR IN I D A D A ND T O B A G O ] C IO. P O L I T I Q U E S, P L A N S, P R O G R A M M E S E T TT O F F I C I E L L E S P O L I T I C A S, P L A N E S, P R O G R A M A S Y A R R E G L O S O F I C I A L E S D éclarations officielles relatives à la politique du développem ent D eclaraciones oficiales de política de desarrollo W orld Bank M é m o ran d u m an d recom m en d atio n o f th e P re sid en t o f th e In te rn a tio n a l B ank fo r R econstruction an d D evelopm ent to th e Executive D irectors on a proposed loan in an a m o u n t eqiuvalent to US$43) m illio n to th e Republic of T rinidad an d Tobago for a W ashington, DC: W orld Bank, p. : tbls..m ap G eneral > T T P " D e ta ils o f a loan to finance studies and technical assistance related to policy areas included in the Structural A djustm ent L oan (SA L) since the m ain focus o f Bank activity is to support the structural adjustm ent process. T he objectives o fth e loan include: 1) im plem enting the governm ent's m edium -term adjustm ent program ; 2) strengthening social sector policies and program s, including the design and p rep aratio n o f program s to cushion the impact o f adjustm ent; 3) preparing possible future Bank operations. Sum m ary o f loan as follows - Borrower: Republic oft rinidad and Tobago. Beneficiary: M inistry o f Planning and M obilization and M inistry o f the Econom y. A m ount : US$4.Omillion. equivalent. Term s: Fifteen years, including a five-year grace period, at the T T T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Planning and M obilization P u b lic se c to rin v e s tm e n tp ro g ra m m e l P o rt o fs p a in : G overnm ent Prinitery, p. : tbls. G eneral > T T P * P roposed investm ent b y th e public sector in 1990 seeks to advance, as far as possible, the goals and strategies outlined in D raft Public Sector Investm ent P rogram m es. D uring 1990, substantial investm ent resources will be diverted tow ard the im plem entation o f a n um ber o f m ajor productive projects in the energy and petrochem ical sectors which offer the best proposects in th e near term for increasing foreign exchange earnings. E m phasis also continues on the developm ent o f econom ic infrastructure needed to support eiqpansion o f o utput in agriculture, tourism and non-oil m anufacturing. O verall figure estim ated at $1,001.7 m illion o f which C entral G overnm ent and public U tilities will be responsible for $431.6 m illion and investm ent activity by state owned enterprises will am ount to $570.1 million or 57 percent. * [EC O N O M IC PLA N N IN G ] [EC O N O M IC D E V E L O P M E N T ] [EC O N O M IC P O L IC Y ] [D E V E L O P M E N T P L A N N IN G ] [N A T IO N A L PLA N N IN G ] [PU B LIC SEC TO R ] [PU B LIC SER V IC ES] [TR IN ID A D A N D T O B A G O ] T T T rinidad and T obago. M inistry o f Planning and M obilization P u b lic se c to r in v e s tm e n t p ro g ra m m e Port-of-Spain: G overnm ent P rintery, 1990._, [5 0 p.] : tb ls.g e n eral > T T P * T he program m e o f public sector investm ent envisaged for 1991 is aim ed at sustaining efforts begun in 1987 to strengthen the econom y, prom ote econom ic expansion and im prove essential social infrastructure. In so doing, the program m e, which encom passes prio rity investm ents o f central governm ent agencies, public utilities and state enterprises, deliberately furthers the goals 46 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

65 C15. and objectives set out in the Draft Public Sector Investment Programme as well as in the Medium Term Macro Planning Framework , which eleborates the perspectives and plans of the Government for the restructuring of the economy. Within this framework, the 1991 Public Sector Investment Programme (PSIP) maybe characterized as representing a phase of consolidation. The Programme will concentrate on bringing to maturity several initiatives identified or mounted earlier, with emphasis on their timely and effective implementation. * [PUBLIC SECTOR] [PUBLIC OWNERSHIP] [PUBLIC FINANCE] [ENERGY] [MANUFACTURING] [AGRICULTURE] [FORESTRY INDUSTRY] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] C15. Commentaires relatifs auxactivités et auxpolitiques officielles Comentarios sohre políticas y actividades oficiales AG Oyowe, Augustine Avoiding waste and managing resources better: an interview with John St. Luce, Minister of Finance. In: Courier, no Brussels: 1990.pp : ill.general >CDC Serial 41Explains how the government of Antigua and Barbuda is approaching the country's growing financial difficulties. The issues explored are: (1) the need for tighter controls to enable the government to meet its external debt obligations; (2) the inefficiencies in the public services; (3) how the government intends to deal with the budget deficit; (4) the country's relationship with the IMF; (5) the divestment of assets and; (6) the need to harmonise wages and deal with the trade unions. * [RESOURCES MANAGEMENT] [ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA] AN Jackson, D.H. Child abuse: the experience of the island of Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. : ill. In: UNICEF. Child abuse: breaking the cycle. Port of Spain: Trinidad and Tobago. Ministry of Social Development and Family Services, pp Caribbean Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, 1, Port ofspain, October General ->CD C * Provides a background to youth care services in Curacao and the Confidential Office for Cases of Child Abuse which was established with the specific objective of preventing child abuse and improving methods of detection, monitoring, and intervention. Evaluates the success ofthe office and discusses developments which have taken place since 1987 when the office ceased to function. Refers to efforts being made to establish better working relationships between the various health and welfare services.upgradingof knowledge and skills of workers in the field and to a resolution which was adopted that all agencies working for the welfare of youth should come together to find a working model for fighting child abuse. * [CHILD ABUSE] [CHILDCARE] [NETHERLANDS ANTILLES] TT ILO Actuarial valuation of the national insurance system oftrinidad and Tobago as of 30 June Geneva: ILO, p. : tbls. ILO/TF/TT/R.12. General >TTP * Based on its observations the actuarial study recommends: (a) a new distribution of funds among the three benefit branches; (b) changing the approach toward mortgage investments to increase overall return on portfolio and safety of investments - also increases in bond and equity investments; (c) section of the Act limiting administrative expenses to 95. * [INSURANCE] [SOCIAL SECURITY] [DISABILITY BENEFITS] [PENSION SCHEMES] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] TT Groome-Duke, Claudia Child sexual abuse: the Tobago experience. In: UNICEF. Child abuse: breaking the cycle. Port ofspain: Trinidad and Tobago. Ministry of Social Development and Family Services, pp Caribbean Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, 1, Port of Spain, October General >CDC * Describes tha multidisciplinary team approach which was started in 1978 to address the problems of child abuse. States that the team is the basic structure underlying the entire intervention process from reporting, through investigation, to treatment. This approach prevents over lapping and duplication of effort, the waste of scarce resources and decreases inter-agency rivalry, misunderstanding and frustration. Explains the objectives and the role, function and responsibility of each team member - the state Council, the Medical team, school guidance officers, district health visitors, and the private sector. Notes that group therapy was found to be the most effective form of treatment with survivors of sexual abuse however, the choice of method of treatment was based on the specific needs of each patient. Identifies three goals to be achieved in using psychodrama. Concludes that the success ofthe team is only a dent on the surface of social problems in Tobago. [SOCIAL SERVICES] [CHILD ABUSE] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] TT Trinidad and Tobago. Ministry of Works, Infrastructure and Decentralization Decentralization process: regional administration and regional development in Trinidad and Tobago - proposals for reform. Port-of-Spain: Decentralization Unit, 1990._,39p. : maps.general >TTP Describes the basis on which municipal legislation in Trinidad and Tobago was recently reformed. Notes that the fundamental aim ofthe reform exercise is to free the people at the community level and at the level ofthe many towns and villages in Trinidad to manage more of their own affairs, to serve and assist each other and to better organize themselves and to serve their communities. Notes also that the reform exercise recognises the success of the self help movement and the potential value of village and community councils of local government institutions. [DECENTRALIZATION] [LOCAL GOVERNMENT] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] TT Arjoon, Surendra Economics of value added taxation with specific reference to Trinidad and Tobago. In: Caribbean Affairs, vol. 4, no pp General > CDC Serial Examines several aspects of a Value Added Tax(VAT) system, with special reference to Trinidad and Tobago. Gives a brief historical sketch of the system, before moving onto a discussion about the nature and characteristics ofthe system. The question of whether VAT isa 'good'tax structure and its economic effects are addressed. Problems and recommendations are also discussed.v AT was first implemented in France in 1954, it is a taxon the value of a good or service, by a supplier or a business firm. There are three types of VAT: the consumption type, the product type and the income type. Most CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

66 CIS. countries here adopted the consumption type VAT, including Trinidad and Tobago. An explanation of how VAT is calculated is given. The question of whether VAT is a good taxstructure is considered. In answering this question two essential ingredients are looked at, those of equity and efficiency in the system. Equity takes into consideration the fairness of the tax in proportion to income. Efficiency examines it's potential as a simple system that is easyto administer and which is easily understood by the ta)q>ayer. The economic effects of VAT is T rinidad and T obago are examined within the context of the system it was replace, the personal and corporate income taxas well as other indirect taxes. Concludes that a full assessment of the economic impact of VAT cannot be done in a fewyears.some ofthe advantages and disadvantages of the system are also listed. * [VALUE ADDED TAX] [TAX REFORMS] [TRINIDAD AND TO BAGO] TT Manning, Patrick From ownership to tenancy: loss of the national patrimony. Port-of-Spain: Office ofthe Leader ofthe Opposition, p. General >TTP * Notes that the highlights ofthe Government's budget presentation are: (i) admission that notwithstanding the premature talk about 'turn around', the economy has contracted further in 1989; (ii) notwithstanding the imposition of additional taxation on the population, government revenues continue to decline; (iii) the introduction of nebulous tax reforms which benefit the few at the expense of the many, (iv) the final admission that the quest for economic independence has been compromised, since the IMF and the World Bank are here to stay. Concludes that the vast majority of citizens will continue to endure deprivation and pressure as a result of the budget. * [ECONOMIC CONDITIONS] [ECONOMIC POLICY] [UNEMPLOY MENT] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] of government and its special housing construction and subsidy programme. The mortgage market in Trinidad and Tobago is a segmented one and the lending policies of these institutions are described. The paper closes with suggestions for policy changes. * [MORTGAGES] [HOUSING FINANCING] TT Farrell, Terrence W. Political enconomy of the Sou-Sou Lands initiative. In: Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago. Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. Port-of-Spain: Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, pp General >TTP * Examines the assumptions which underlie the sou-sou lands solution to the housing problem. Under static conditions, the solution appears ingenious and solves the problem of housing. Under dynamic conditions and when the questions of standards are addressed, the sou-sou lands approach is revealed to have hidden costs. These costs however must be taken into account, if the scheme is to be successful. * [HOUSING COOPERATIVES] [HOUSING PROGRAMMES] [LOW COST HOUSING] TT Trinidad and Tobago. Auditor General's Department Report of the Auditor General on Public Accounts of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago for the year ended 31st December, Port of Spain: Government Printery, v. General >TTP * [PUBLIC ACCOUNTS] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] TT Crichton, Nigel Gross domestic product and terms of trade effects: theconcepts and measurement of the gross domestic income. In: Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago.Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. Port-of-Spain: Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, pp General >TTP * Explores the concept of the Gross Domestic Income (GDI), a measure of aggregate economic activity which takes into account the effects of changes in the terms of trade. The paper discusses the rationale and meaning of the concept with special reference to the Trinidad and Tobago System of National Accounts (TTSNA). A number of the various approaches to measuring the terms-of-trade effect are discussed and estimates ofthe GDI are computed for Trinidad and Tobago for the period * [GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT] [ECONOMIC INDICATORS] [TERMS OF TRADE] TT Victor, Roland Mortgage market: a review of the housing finance system in Trinidad and Tobago. In: Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago. Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Centra] Bank essays. Port-of-Spain: Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, General >TTP * Traces the development ofthe mortgage market in Trinidad and Tobago. Following on the oil boom of the 1970's and the rise in disposable incomes there was tremendous pressure on the housing market in the mid and late 1970's.The paper describes housing finance problems and focuses on the role TT Trinidad and Tobago.Ministryof Finance Report on the development programme Port-of-Spain: Government Printery, _, 99 p. General >TTP * Notes that funds disbursed as at September 30, 1990 for programmed activities amounted to $1,0622 million (69.9 percent of tota I allocation). It is ejec ted that an additional $381.7M will be disbursed during the last quarter '90. This will result in an estimated disbursement of$l,443.9m or 91.1 percent of the original provision of $ 1,5855 million. Major projects/achievements include the completion of (1) the refinery modernisation study, (2) the prefeasibility study for the establishment of an MTBE Plant. * [ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT] [DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS] [PUBLIC EXPENDITURE] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] TT Trinidad and Tobago. Ministry of Finance Review of fiscal measures in the 1989 budget. Port of Spain: Government Printery, 1989._, 25 p. General >TTP * Reviews the fiscal measures undertaken in 1989 which were primarily concerned with reducing the fiscal deficit. They included: l)increase in revenue by introducing a number of tax reforms in both the individual and corporate income tax systems; a) reduction in number of tax brackets arrived as marginal rates; b) Introduction of a system of personal tax credits and elemtary deductible allowances; c) Elimination of unemployment levy, National Recovery Import and Business levy, 2) Tighter control on and the curtailing of recurrent expenditure-: a) 10 percent salary cut for all government employees; b) Deferment of special tribunal award; c) reduction of subsidies in air travel; d) 5 percent reduction in allocation for Goods & 48 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

67 Services in Ministries; e) reduction in allocstion to Mt. Hope Medical Complex; f) Cuts in transfers to State Enterprises and Statutory Boards; g) Voluntary termination of employment; 3) Capital Ejçenditure - of the estimated $923 million budget 60 percent went to economic infrastructure and 40 percent on social infrastructure.the fiscal outlook for 1989 totalled. $ million representing a shortfall o f $135.4 million or 2.6 percent from original estimate. Main factors for this shortfall stemmed from declines in taxes on individuals, Companies and International trade. performance of the members which can be attributed to membership of CARICOM. Success (or failure) in other areas will only go towards tempering the general conclusions on performance based on economic criteria. This paper looks at some of the economic goals and objectves outlined under the CARIFTA and CARICOM agreements and compares the performance to date with the stated objectives. The general conclusions of the analysis is that CARICOM has been a dismal failure and may continue to be so in the foreseeable future. * [FISCAL POLICY] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] * [ECONOMIC COOPERATION] [ECONOMIC EVALUATION] [ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT] [CARIBBEAN] TT Trinidad and Tobago. Ministry of Finance Review of fiscal measures in the 1990 budget. Port of Spain: Government Printery, 1990., 22 p. General >TTP * Notes that fiscal policy in 1990 witnessed a continuation of the basic policy stance pursued in During the year, the second phase of the tax reform programme initited in the previous year,was implemented.this phase ofthe programme included the introduction of the Value Added Tax (VAT) at a rate of 15 percent,and a concomitant elimination of a number of indirect taxes including purchase tax, some excise taxes and domestic stamp duties. Downward revisions were also made with respect to the marginal tax rates at the individual level as well as the corporate rate of tax. As a result of the simplification of the tax system and increased efficiency in the taxadministration, PAYE tables, reflecting adjustments of the tax rates, were readily available to the public at the beginning of the year. This was a significant improvement over previous years when the necessary PAYE tables were not available for some considerable period of time after the fiscal year commenced. * [FISCAL POLICY] [NATIONAL BUDGET] [TAXATION DEBT MANAGEMENT] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] TT Trinidad and Tobago. Ministryof Finance Review of the economy Port-of-Spain: Government Printery, 1990., [46p.] : tbls.general ~>TTP * Notes the domestic economy performed modestly during the period. GDP e je c te d to show a positive growth for the first time in eight years. This improvement has been led bythe performance of the petroleum sector because of the increases in output in the refinery sub-sector and stabilization of the level of domestic crude production. Other sectors of the economy have also recorded improved growth rates. Unemployment was reduced marginally while the rate of inflation moderated despite the introduction of Value Added Tax. The fiscal deficit was reduced further because of the rise in revenue from the petroleum sector and increases in indirect tax revenues. The recent, though temporary jump in international oil prices is expected to lead to an improvement in the balance of payments position and further increase in the level of foreign reserves. * [ECONOMIC CONDITIONS] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] [TRINI DAD AND TOBAGO] XI Watson, Patrick K. CARICOM: the promise and the reality. St. Augustine: UWI. ISER, p. Caribbean Studies Association Conference, 15 - the Caribbean in the year 2000, Port of Spain, May General >TTP * The Treaty of Chaguaramas envisages cooperation in several spheres: economic, political, cultural and others. It cannot be denied,however, that the success or failure of the grouping will be based largely on the economic XI CDB CDB 20, the first twenty yean: Bridgetown: CDB, p. : ill.tbls.general >CDC VF * [DEVELOPMENT BANKS] [CARIBBEAN] XI Newton, Ralph Customs services and requirements for supporting fresh horticultural commodities for export. In: Planella, Isidro ed.; Seepersad, Myrtle ed.. IICA. Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. Port ofspain: IICA, pp Workshop on Post Harvest Handling of Horticultural Commodities for Export, St. Augustine, June General >CDC * [CARIBBEAN] XI Rivera, Marcia Towards an equal partnership for development: the need for an alternative US policy for die Caribbean region. In: Wedderburn, Judith, ed.. Integration and participatory development: selected papers and proceedings of the second conference of Caribbean economists. Kingston: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung / Association of Caribbean Economists, pp Conference of Caribbean Economists, 2, Bridgetown, May General >CDC * Discusses briefly the policy of the U nited States toward the Caribbean and Central America. Emphasises the geopolitical interests of the United States in the region, siting its involvement in Nicaragua, G renada, Cuba and Panama. Proposes an alternative United States policy for the Caribbean that would contribute to the economic development ofthe region and toward peace and security for both parties. The proposal discusses some short-term measures that could alleviate the current economic crisis, and longer term policies that could promote growth and development in more sustained and equitable ways. Contains brief discussions on issues such as: debt relief; an expansion of U.S. sugar quotas; U S. trade policy (non sugar), proposes an opening up of U 5. markets to the Caribbean; migration policy, ie. strong Caribbean economies will very likely reduce migration; development assistance; militarism; Puerto Rico - U S. - Caribbean relations, particularly in light of 936 Funds; and reconciliation with Cuba. * [FOREIGN POLICY] [CARIBBEAN] [UNITED STATES] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

68 C XI Whittingham, Wilfred United States government's Caribbean Basin Initiative. In: Cepal Review, no. 39. Santiago: 1989.pp : tbls. LC/G.1583-P General >CDC Serial * Reviews the Caribbean Basin Initiative (CBI) programme and its achievement in light of its objectives and expectations. Background information on the countries participating in the CBI are provided.this information pertains to the economic situation of Caribbean and Central American nations from the 1970s and 1980s. It is supported by statistical data from ECLAC sources on Micro-economic aggregates and economic indicators. The CBI is essentially a programme of legislative and administrative measures devised by the government of the USA to stimulate economic development in Central America and the Caribbean mainly through private sector initiatives. The Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act of 1983 which entered into force in 1984, provides for the duty free entry of certain articles and materials from specific Caribbean and Central American countries into the US from January 1984 for a period of 12 years, ending in December, A synopsis of the basic elements of the CBI gives an insight into the programmes objectives. Examines the eligible countries, products and the work of the US International Trade Centre in supervising the administration and other aspects ofthe programme, such as the Tax Information Exchange Agreement (TIEA). Signatures to the TIEA benefit for funding from the 936 and the TSUS 806 and 807. Benefits of the CBI have been negligible. The large trade surplus of the Basin countries with the US in 1983 had shrunk by 96 percent by Some individual countries fared better than average and even increased their total e ports. Suggests that a major contribution ofthe Act is that it has helped the region to offset, if only minimally the broader decline in trade. Explains the expectations of the performance of the CBI and the limitations of the programme. New initiatives are to be put in place such as, new rules of origin on imports from CBI countries in January 1991, and the dutyfree allowances for US citizens returning from CBI countries will be increased from US$400 to US$600. Suggests that complementary activities be undertaken inorder to promote savings, investments, research and development, training and to formulate supprotive macroeconomic policies to facilitate the process to provide for the economic welfare of all citizens of the Basin countries. * [EXPORT PROMOTION] [PROGRAMME EVALUATION] [TRADE AGREEMENTS] [CARIBBEAN] [UNITED STATES] XZ Mootoo, Audine Pesticide residues and its impact on the export of horticultural commodities. : tbls. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, Myrtle, ed.. IICA. Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. Port ofspain: IICA, 1990.pp Workshop on Post Harvest Handling of Horticultural Commodities for Export, St. Augustine, June General >CDC * Describes the system in the United States which governs the presence of pesticide residues in food. Provides lists of: (1) admissible fruits and vegetables from Trinidad and Tobago without a USDA import permit; (2) items admissible with a USDA import permit issued to the importers and brokers residing in the United States; (3) items admissible into North Atlantic ports; (4) items admissible into South Atlantic Gulfports; (5) itmes admissible into the US Virgin Islands. Lists the chemicals registered for post harvest use in the US - the Chemical/crop, organism, method of application, concentration and residue tolerance. [AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS] [PESTICIDE RESIDUES] [AGRI CULTURAL EXPORTS] [CARIBBEAN] [THE WORLD] C20. Plans de développement Planes de desarrollo XI UNEP. Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean. UNEP, [21 p.] UNEP/LAC-IG.VII/4 General >CDC UN G ves a brief appraisal of the principal environmental problems ofthe Latin American and Caribbean region. The Action Plan is a response by the Governments of the region to overcome these problems. It was requested from the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) by the Sirth Ministerial Meeting on the Environment in Latin America and the Caribbean (Brasilia, Brazil March 1989). The main objectives of the plan are: to strengthen the capacity for political decision-making and action;to streamline the regional cooperation system on the environment; to promote the sustainable use of the vast natural wealth; to turn around trends that are improverising the resources base of the region; to establish the foundations for the initiation of sustainable development; to establish a common regional position on envrionmental issues; to stimulate horizontal regional cooperation on environmental matters; and to encourage the maintenance of a satisfactory level of environmental quality in all urban areas. In order to attain these general objectives the plan also seeks concrete objectives at the national, regional and global levels. Details ofthe strategic components ofthe plan are given and focuses on other programme components that address subregional, regional and global environmental problems. Explains the institutional arrangements needed to promote and monitor the success o f the programme. These are the Ministerial Meetings, Inter-sessional Policy Body, National Focus Points, Secretariat of the Action Plan, Inter-Agency Consultative Support Group and Ad Hoc Scientific Advisory Groups. The financial arrangements is an essentia] prerequiste to attaining the objectives of the Action Plan. They are subdivided according to three levels: policy formulation; coordination mechanisms and project implementation. Contains tables that layout the programme areas ofthe Action Plan, the functional flows for the implementation of the Plan, the timetable of the Plan's activities and their links and the decisions adopted by the VII Ministerial Meeting on the Environment in Latin America and the Caribbean. [ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING] [ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGE MENT] [ENVIRONMENT] [ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING] [CAR IBBEAN] C25. Commentaires relatifs auxplans de développement Comentarios sobre los planes de desarrollo CU Velasco Gomez, Maria del Carmen; Mendez Delgado, Elier Inversiones en la planificación territorial. In: Economia y Desarrollo, vol.ill, no. 4. La Habana: pp General >CU-ECOUH CDC Serial Se enuncia el papel de la planificación territorial en las inversiones pues dentro de sus tareas se analiza la instalación de nuevas capacida des o la ampliación de las existentes, teniendo en cuenta las vias idóneas para incorporar a la economia los recursos naturales y desarrollar las ramales territoriales y los planes directores municipales, asi como el plan de nversionesdes o la ampliación de las existentes, teniendo en cuenta las visa idóneas para incorporar a la e economía los recursos naturales y desarrollar las ramales territoriales y los planes directores municipales, asi como el plan de inversiones s en que se es[ecoa;oza cada terrotprop. [restamdp atemeopm a ;ps esqie,as ra,a;especializa cada territorio, prestando atención a los esquemas ramales territoriales y los planes directores municipales, asi como el plan de inversiones de las ciudades y territorios seleccionados. Se hace referencia a que las inversiones son la base del desarrollo de las ramas de producción material y del mejoramiento ulterior del nivel de vida del pueblo y se reflejan 50 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

69 D40. los objetivos a tener en cuenta al elaborar el plan de inversiones sin olvidar su relación con la planificación territorial para lograr racionalizar estas inversiones apoyándose en la especializacion de actividades y aseguran do las directivas del desarrollo económico y social de cada territorio en concordancia con los de la economia nacional. Se señalan las deficiencias observadas en la categoria de inversiones,por e j l a falta de integralidad en la planificación del desarrollo económico sin una adecuada dirección centralizada y se propone la búsqueda de vías que permitan su perfeccionamiento. * [PLANTIFICACION REGIONAL] [INVERSIONES] [CUBA] [THE WORLD] TT Robinson, A.NR. Trinidad and Tobago. Office ofthe Prime Minister Feature address by Mr. AJV-R. Robinson, Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy at the formal launching of the Point Lisas Free Zone, Tuesday, March 13,1990. PortofSpain: Information Division, _, 7 p. Trinidad and Tobago. Office of the Prime Minister. Information Division. (News Release).General >TTP * Mr. Robinson in launching the Point Lisas Free Zone, gave a short history of the development of the Free Zone from its Irish origins, until modernization in the 60'sand 70's,the rapid growth ofthe (E P Z.'s) Free Zones,and its success as an employer. Also deals with the economic regions for the important and beneficial part that the Free Zone would play in this country employment, transfer of technology (knowledge skills etc), investment, foreign earnings. * [ECONOMIC ZONE] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] C45. Commentaires relatifs auxdispositions nationales: administratives, financières et láyales C o m en tario s sohre arreglo s nacionles: jurídicos, financieros v administrativos: nacionales BS Dean Patterson, Sandra Child sexual abuse in the Bahamas. In: UNICEF. Child abuse: breaking the cycle. Port of Spain: Trinidad and Tobago. Ministry of Social Development and Family Services, pp Caribbean Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, 1, Port ofspain, October General >CDC * Provides a background to the increase in sexual abuse from the 1970's and the decision to focus on the problem of child sexual abuse in Refers to a lobbying exercise for legislative changes and lists the rules which would apply to the changes which have been recommended. * [CHILD ABUSE] [LEGAL PROTECTION] [BAHAMAS] XI Gosine,Meghnath Financing investment projects of fresh horticultural commodities for export. In: Planella, Isidro, ed.; Seepersad, Myrtle, ed.. IICA. Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling ofhorticultural commodities for ejqjort. Port ofspain: IICA, 1990.pp Workshop on Post Harvest Handling of Horticultural Commodities for Export, St. Augustine, lune General >CDC * Describes the Agricultural Development Banks (ADB's) involvement in financing production and marketing of horticultural products. O f a total TT$16.m allocated in the 1990 loans programme, for horticulture projects, TT$8.2m was assigned to ornamentals. Funding is also available for investments aimed at alleviating the problems arising out of the alleged inadequacy of the internal marketing system; to primary producers for marketing their products; entrepreneurs to establish specialized marketing enterprises and cooperatives in production/marketing; the establishment of plant propagating enterprises or tissue culture laboratories and investment projects for the etqport of fresh horticultural commodities. Identifies the five major areas of the Iran appraisal process - borrower characteristics, technical feasibility, financial viability, markets and marketing and security, the applicants contribution of a minimum of 20 percent of the project cost and the repayment system. * [AGRICULTURAL BANKS] [AGRICULTURAL CREDIT] [HORTI CULTURE] [CARIBBEAN] ACTIONS DE DEVELOPPEMENT: EXPERIENCES PRATIQUES ACCIONES PARA DESARROLLO: EXPERIENCIA CON LAS OPERACIONES D40. Expériences pratiques (projets spéciquesl Experiencia con las operaciones (provectos específicos1! TT Trinidad and Tobago.Ministryof Planning and Mobilization Reconstruction programme of Trinidad and Tobago. Port-of- Spain: Trinidad andtobago.ministryof Planningand Reconstruction, _, 106 p. General * Outlines action taken on measures identified in the 1986 Manifesto of the National Alliance for Reconstruction during January to December Ministries are responsible for the development and implementation of the proposals that fall under their purview. Status reports are submitted to the Ministry of Planning and Mobilization for compilation. * [ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT] [GOVERNMENT POLICY] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] TT Trinidad and Tobago. Committee on Family Services Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. Port of Spain: Trinidad and Tobago. Ministry of Social Development and Family Services. Population Programme Unit, p. : tbls., ill. General >TTP Gives an account ofthe Tobago Pilot Project. Notes that the prevention and treatment of child abuse is a complex and sometimes prolonged process involving the coordinated services of many disciplines to be effective, as well as to prevent overlapping and duplication of effort, and investing of scarce resources. Details the challenges of the project, its composition, procedures adopted, successes obtained and deficiencies noted. [FAMILY] [SOCIAL SERVICES] [SOCIAL PROBLEMS] [CHILD CARE] [CHILDREN] [HUMAN RIGHTS] [SOCIAL WELFARE] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

70 ElO. CONSEQUENCES ET EVALUATIONS CONSECUENCIAS Y EVALUACIONES ElO. Conséquences: internationales et nationales Impacto: internacional vnacional TT John, Joan Exchange rate and exchange rate policy in Trinidad and Tobago In: Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago. Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. Port-of-Spain: Central Bank oftrinidad andtobago, pp General >TTP * Analyses exchange rate policy in Trinidad and Tobago between 1962 and In the period of fixed parity with sterling, August 1962 to June 1972, the authorities tended to take the exchange rate as given and followed a largely passive exchange rate policy. A second sub-period June 1972 to May 1976 marked the era in which the Trinidad and Tobago dollar floated with sterling. Exchange rate policy in this period was characterised by indecisiveness. In the third period May 1976 to December 1981, exchange rate policy was largely passive as the government concentrated on more selective measures to protect and foster economic development. In an afterword the author describes exchange rate changes between 1981 and * [EXCHANGE RATE] [FOREIGN EXCHANGE CONTROL] [MONE TARY POLICY] transport sector and the contract between the Governments oftrinidad and Tobago and the Federal Republic of Germany. Reviews the literature on bilateral and multilateral technical assistance and develops a framework for analysing the programme using twelve hypotheses of failure, the corresponding conditions of success and the problem statement derived from them under three stages ofthe project cycle - feasibility and design stage, administration and implementation and evaluation and follow up. Concludes that in 1978 Trinidad and Tobago was the prototype held out by the literature where almost all the prescription for success were present - nothing ought to have gone wrong, yet everything did. Identifies and discusses five major reasons for the failure of the programme for which the Government oftrinidad and Tobago must take responsibility. Discusses the implications of the issues raised for future technical assistance policy and for the literature on technical assistance. * [TECHNICAL COOPERATION] [PUBLIC TRANSPORT] [GOV ERNMENT POLICY] [PROJECT EVALUATION] [CASE STUDIES] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] FIO. RESSOURCES ET MOYENS POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT RECURSOS E INSTRUMENTOS PARA EL DESARROLLO Recherches Investigaciones E30. E valuations Evaluaciones TT Benn, Clary Foreign exchange resources of Trinidad and Tobago: a need for bndgeting. In: Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago.Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. Port-of-Spain: Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago, pp General >TTP * Examines the nature and function of the foreign exchange budget, with special reference to Trinidad and Tobago. Suggests that despite the accumulated foreign exchange reserves, it was possible to discern signs of disequilibrium in the economy. These signs pointed to the need to develop a foreign exchange policy for the country. The paper closes with some of the factors which need to be considered in the formulation of such a budget. [EXCHANGE RATE] [FOREIGN EXCHANGE CONTROL] [MONE TARY POLICY] TT Walker, Judith-Ann Partners in development: foreign technical assistance. Prescriptions and practice in a Public Transportation Development Programme in Trinidad and Tobago. The Hague: Institute of Social Studies, iii, 100 p. (Institute of Social Studies. Working Paper Series, no. 75). Genera] >CDC U ses the public transportation development programme as a case study to explore how insights provided bythe literature on conditions for success of technical assistance contribute towards making sense of the practical management issues. Provides a background to technical assistance provided to the TT Stewart, June; David, Hilary Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago Governors' papers, : a bibliography:- speeches and papers of the former Governors of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago. Port-of-Spain: Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, p. General >TTP A bibliography of the speeches and papers of four former governors ofthe Central Bank. Speeches reflect the topical issues ofthe day and h ig h lit the economic developments which took place during their tenure. Section I contains a chronological list under each Governor and Section II provides a subject indexgenerated from keywords listed under each record. [ECONOMICPOLICY] [CENTRALBANKS] [FINANCIALINSTITU TIONS] [MONETARY POLICY] [BALANCE O F PAYMENTS) [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] XZ UWI. Main Library (St. Augustine,TT) Post-harvest systems in the tropics : a bibliography based on citations from the CAGRIS and AGRIS data bases. St. Augustine: UWI. Main Library, iii, 56p. General > CDC REF Lists 279 references under the following subject headings: general food losses and control, fruit crops, vegetable crops, cereal crops, ornamental plants, miscellaneous crops and training. Includes author and subject indicies. [BIBLIOGRAPHIES] [POST-HARVEST SYSTEMS] [TROPICAL CROPS] [CARIBBEAN] [THE WORLD] 52 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

71 F20. Inform ation Información F30. Main-d'oeuvre. fonda et matières premières: internationaux et nationaux Expertos, fondos v materiales: intemacionaiea v nacionales TT Caribbean Industrial Research Institute Environmental management: assesment of information needs and resources. St. Augustine: CARIRI, p.general >TTP * Identifies a large number of decision makers who use environmental information - indicated that the availability of more information would improve the quality of decisions made. Holdings of environmental information are identified - either in the form of reports or/and data bases many of which are not accessible using existing library systems. Non-governmental organizations who both influence and reflect public opinion expressed disatisfaction with current levels of environmental management based on information made available to them. * [ENVIRONMENT] [ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT] [ENVI RONMENTAL PLANNING] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] TT Voordouw,Jan UNEP. Caribbean Environment Programme Role of the Caribbean Environment Programme in strengthening information networking for m arine and coastal resource management. Kingston: UNEP Caribbean Environment Programme, p. National workshop on environmental information system, Port-of-Spain, March General >TTP * Notes that the effective transfer, exchange and training in the use of relevant information, and expertise are central to the process of building institutional and managerial capabilities for the integrated management of marine and coastal resources. A regional programme is expected to produce an open decentralized network providing the means for increased information, exchange and communication between all those involved in the integrated management of marine and coastal resources as well as stronger national capabilities for the management of environmental information. * [ENVIRONMENT] [INFORMATION NETWORKS] [INFORMA TION SYSTEMS] [ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT] [MARINE ENVIRONMENT] [CARIBBEAN] XI Montbrun, Françoise Principales sources d information aux Antilles Françaises. San Juan: ACURIL, p. : tbls. ACURIL,20,Kingston,23-29 Avril General >CDC * Identifies sources of information existing in Guadeloupe and Martinique. States that the list is not exhaustive. A questionnaire was sent to University, Research and Government Libraries. Questionnaire covered subject category, type and number of documents, services offered and personnel. The survey uncovered areas that were poorly or not represented. * [LIBRARIES] [INFORMATION SCIENCES] [INFORMATION SOURCES] [INFORMATION DISSEMINATION] [CARIBBEAN] CU Sanchez Machado, Inocencio Raul; Lloret Feijoo, Maria del Carmen Formación de la fuerza de trabqjo calificada: previsiones del C he. In: Economia ydesarrollo, vol. I l l, no.4. La Habana: 1989.pp General >CU-ECOUH CDC Serial * Se define el concepto de industrialización en un pais socialista sub desarrolloado yen el caso de Cuba se hace referencia al hecho de que este proceso de industrialización a partir del triunfo revolucionario ha transformado paulatinamente las deformaciones estructurales heredadas de una economia anterior, ha solucionado el problema del desempleo y ha formado una intelectualidad técnica y ha contribuido al desarrollo de la clase obrera industrial; con la preparación y formación de una intelevtualidad técnica, de cuadros técnicos y obreros calificados en aras de lograr empleo total y pleno de los trabajadores. Se demuestra la necisesidad de incrementtar el trabajo calificado, pues cuanto mayor es el nivel técnico del obrero es mayor su productividad. Se citan los conceptos yexpresdel Che sobre esta temática. Se ofrece información sobre la estructura de la tuerza de trabajo empleada según el nivel de educación en Cuba asi como es la distribución de la estructura profesional de fuerza de trabajo empleada tomando el ano 1986 en la esfera productiva y no productiva. Se concluye afirmando la vigencia de las ideas del Che sobre este aspecto tan vital de la formación de cuadros, técnicos y obreros calificados en el proceso de industrialización. * [INDUSTRIALIZACION] [ADIESTRAMIENTO DEL PERSONAL] [PAISES SOCIALISTAS] [RECURSOS HUMANOS] [CUBA] [THE WORLD] TT Trinidad and Tobago. National Institute of Higher Education (Research Science and Technology) Graduate tracer study: a report on a survey of graduates in Engineering (UWI). PortofSpain: Trinidad and Tobago. National Institute of Higher Education (Research Science and Technology), p. : tbls. General >TTP * First phase of an on-going exercise to develop an estimate of the scientific and technological manpower resources available in the country.this preliminary analysis of the study is confined to the engineering graduates. * [ENGINEERS] [HUMAN RESOURCES] [PROFESSIONAL WORK ERS] [TRINIDAD ANDTOBAGO] TT Trinidad and Tobago. Ministry of Labour, Employment and Manpower Resources ; Ministry of Education National consultation working paper on hum an resources development. Port-of-Spain: Government Printery, p.General >TTP * Looks closelyat the development of human resources with special reference to managerial skills; services (with emphasis on the subsectors of tourism, banking and finance); agroindustry; petrochemicals. Also identifies inputs necessary for the development of a national manpower information system, an integrated training policy and an effective manpower planning machinery. * [HUMAN RESOURCES] [MANPOWER] [TRINIDAD AND TO BAGO] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

72 F50. F50. Modèles, méthodologies, techniques el outils Modelos, metodologías, técnicas e instrumentos TT Robinson, Patricia; Hospédales, Jerry Monetary policy indicators in area countries. In: Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago.Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. Port-of-Spain: Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago, pp37-71 General >TTP * Part 1 reviews the theoretical discussions on the monetary policy indicators in are countries, setting out some of the major issues involved in the selection of variables to serve as indicators. Part 11 examines experiences in the use of monetary indicators and Part 111 looks at the case oftrinidad and Tobago. Also includes an appendix of monetary policy instruments in use in are countries. * [MONETARY POLICY] [MONEY MARKET] [TRINIDAD AND TO BAGO] TT Farrell, Terrence W. Simple model of the money supply process in open petroleum economies. In: Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago. Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. Port-of-Spain: Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago, pp General >TTP * Attempts to devise a simple macro-economic framework which will permit the analysis for how the money supply is determined in open petroleum economies. The framework recognizes that the money supply in such economies is determined endogenously by the actions of: (1) the central government; (2) the non-bank public and; (3) the commercial banks. It seeks to capture the essentials of the behaviour of these 3 economic agents in the system. * [ECONOMIC MODELS] [MONEY MARKETS] [MONETARY POL ICY] [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] 54 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

73 L ' I N D E X D E S M A T I E R E S ACCORDS COMMERCIAUX XI United States governm ent's Caribbean Basin Initiative. (1989). [PROMOTION DES EXPORTATIONS] [EV ALUA TIO N DE PROGRAM M ES] [AC CORDS COMMERCIAUX] ACCORDS ECONOMIQUES XZ Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [TOURISME] [ACCORDS ECONOMIQUES] [ACCORDS IN TERNATIONAUX] [CEE] [ACP] [COOPERA TION INTERNATIONALE] ACCORDS INTERNATIONAUX XZ Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [TOURISME] [ACCORDS ECONOMIQUES] [ACCORDS IN TERNATIONAUX] [CEE] [ACP] [COOPERA TION INTERNATIONALE] ACCROISSEMENT DE LA POPULATION TT Population and births Population and vital statistics (1990). [POPULATION] [ACCROIS SEMENT DE LA POPULATION] [DONNEES STATISTIQUES] [STATISTIQUES DEM OG RAPHIQUES] XZ World population prospects (1991). [REPARTI TION DE LA POPULATION] [ACCROISSEMENT DE LA POPULATION] [ANALYSE COMPARA TIVE] [DYNAMIQUE DE LA POPULATION] [PROJECTIONS DE POPULATION] ACIER XZ ACP XZ ACTIONS TT Notes on the world steel industry. (1990). [ACIER] [INDUSTRIE SIDERURGIQUE] Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [TOURISME] [ACCORDS ECONOMIQUES] [ACCORDS IN TERNATIONAUX] [CEE] [ACP] [COOPERA TION INTERNATIONALE] Development of the securities market in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [VALEURS MOBILIERES] [IN VESTISSEMENTS] [OBLIGATIONS] [AC TIONS] [MARCHE FINANCIER] ADDITIFS ALIMENTAIRES XI Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [RE CIPIENTS] [PROTECTION DU CONSOMMA TEUR] [NORMES DE QUALITE] [ADDITIFS ALIMENTAIRES] [EXPORTATIONS] [FRUITS] [LEGUMES] [EPICES] XI Proceedings of a workshop ou post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D 'A G R IC U L T E U R S ] [C O N T R O L E DE Q U A L IT E ] [A D D ITIFS A LIM EN TA IRES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] ADMINISTRATION LOCALE Decentralization process: regional administration and regional development in Trinidad and Tobago; proposals for reform. (1990). [DECENTRALISATION] [ADMINISTRATION LOCALE] TT Decentralization process: regional administration and regional development in Trinidad and Tobago proposals for reform. (1990). [DECENTRALISATION] [ADMINISTRATION LOCALE] AFRIQUE CU Carnival in Cuba: another chapter in the nationalization of cu ltu re. (1990). [CUBA] [AFRIQUE] [CULTURE POPULAIRE] [HISTOIRE] AGRICULTURE CU Análisis de algunos aspectos del proceso de coopérât! vizacion en la agricultura cañera. (1989). [COOPERA T IV E S A G R IC O L E S ] [TR A V A ILLEU R S AGRICOLES] [CANNE A SUCRE] [AGRICUL TURE] TT Challenge of employment promotion: Trinidad and Tobago in the 1990's. (1990). [EMPLOI] [CHOM AGE] [AGRICULTURE] CU Cuba: utilización de la aviación agricola. (1989). [AG RICULTURE] [FONGICIDES] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] XL Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposal for Latin America. (1989). [POLITIQUE ECONOM IQUE] [AGRICULTURE] [PAU VRETE] [ZONES RURALES] [DEVELOPPE M EN T A G R IC O L E ] [D E V E L O PPEM E N T RURAL] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] XI Links between tourism, agriculture and the environm ent. (1990). [TOURISME] [EFFETS SUR L'EN VIRONNEMENT] [AGRICULTURE] TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [SECTEUR PUBLIC] [PROPRIETE PUBLIQUE] [FINANCES PUBLIQUES] [ENERGIE] [FABRI CATION INDUSTRIELLE] [AGRICULTURE] [INDUSTRIE FORESTIERE] CU Utilización de los medios de rotación normados en la Agricultura. (1989). [AGRICULTURE] [RES SOURCES ECONOMIQUES] [UTILISATION DES RESSOURCES] AGROINDUSTRIE CU Autoconsumo en elminaz. (1989). [INDUSTRIE DU SUCRE] [COOPERATIVES DE CONSOMMA TION] [AGROINDUSTRIE] [CONSOMMA CU TION] Rentabilidad délos complejos agroindustriales azucareros de la provincia de la Habana en ei periodo de (1989). [RENTABILITE] [AGROIN DUSTRIE] [INDUSTRIE DU SUCRE] AIDE A L'ENFANCE XI Child abuse: a Caribbean regional perspective. ( 1990). [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [PROTECTION LEGALE] XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AIDE A L ENFANCE] [ASPECTS JURIDIQUES] [PRO TECTION LEGALE] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] [ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE] [SERVICES SOCIAUX] [ALCOOLISME] [RECHERCHE SO C IA L E ] [A SPECTS P SY C H O L O G IQ U ES] [ETUDES DE CAS] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

74 ATOE AU DEVELOPPEMENT AN Child abuse: the experience of the island of Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. (1990). [AIDE A L'EN- FANCE] VI Childabuse:theU.S. Virgin Islands experience. (1990). [AIDE A L ENFANCE] XZ Cross-cultural perspectives in child abuse and neglect. (1990). [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [FACTEURS CUL TURELS] [ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE] TT Empowerment through education: power and control from the perspective of the abused child. (1990). [AIDE A L ENFANCE] [ASPECTS PSYCHOLO GIQUES] [ETUDES DE CAS] BB Incest and drug abuse. (1990). [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [ALCOOLISME] TT Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [FAMILLE] [SERVICES SOCIAUX] [PROBLEMES SOCI AUX] [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [ENFANTS] [DROITS DE L'HOMME] [BIEN-ETRE SOCIAL] AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT CU Cuba- URSS: cooperación para el desarrollo. (1989). [COOPERATION ECONOMIQUE] [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] XI Debt adjustm ent and development: looking to the 1990s. (1990). [DETTE] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [COMMERCE INTER NATIONAL] [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] [FMI] [BANQUE MONDIALE] TT Memorandum and recommendation of the President of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development to the Executive Directors on a proposed loan in an amount eqiuvalent to US$41) million to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago for a (1989). [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] [COOPERA TION TECHNIQUE] TT Memorandum and recommendation of the President of the International Bank for Restruction and Development to the executive directors on a proposed structural adjustment loan in an amount equivalent to US$40 million to Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] [COOP ERATION TECHNIQUE] AIDE FINANCIERE AG Antigua and Barbuda: nine years of economic expansion, but challenges ahead. (1990). [TOURISME] [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [SECTEUR AG RICOLE] [ZOOTECHNIE] [CEE] [AIDE FI NANCIERE] ALCOOLISME TT XI BB Address by M r A N Jl. Robinson Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago on the occassion of the launching ofthe National Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Programme on Tuesday, February6,1990. (1990). [U SAG E DE STU PEFIA N TS] [AL COOLISME] [PROBLEMES SOCIAUX] Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AIDE A L ENFANCE] [ASPECTS JURIDIQUES] [PRO TECTION LEGALE] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] [ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE] [SERVICES SOCIAUX] [ALCOOLISME] [RECHERCHE SO C IA LE ] [A SPECTS PSY C H O L O G IQ U E S] [ETUDES DE CAS] Incest and drug abuse. (1990). [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [ALCOOLISME] ALIMENTS JM Some results from a research project on sidewalk vending of food. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [ALI M EN TS] [V E N D E U R S] [P R O JE T S DE RECHERCHE] [COMMERCE INTERIEUR] ALLOCATIONS D INVALIDITE TT Actuarial valuation ofthe national insurance system of Trinidad and Tobago as of30 June (1989). [AS SURANCE] [SECURITE SOCIALE] [ALLOCA TIONS D'INVALIDITE] [PLANS DE RETRAITE] AMERINDIENS GY Case of T h e Barama River Caribs of Guyana restudied". (1990). [AMERINDIENS] [ANALYSE DE M O G R A P H IQ U E ] [E T H N O G R A P H IE ] [ETUDES DE CAS] [ANTHROPOLOGIE SO CIALE ET CULTURELLE] AMERIQUE LATINE XL Unequal participation by women in the working world. (1990). [POPULATION ACTIVE] [PARTICIPA TIO N DES FEM M ES] [TRAVAILLEUSES] [AMERIQUE LATINE] ANALYSE COMPARATIVE XZ World population prospects (1991). [REPARTI TION DE LA POPULATION] [ACCROISSEMENT DE LA POPULATION] [ANALYSE COMPARA TIVE] [DYNAMIQUE DE LA POPULATION] [PROJECTIONS DE POPULATION] ANALYSE DEMOGRAPHIQUE GY Case of T h e Barama River Caribs of Guyana restudied". (1990). [AMERINDIENS] [ANALYSE DE M O G R A P H IQ U E ] [E T H N O G R A P H IE ] [ETUDES DE CAS] [ANTHROPOLOGIE SO CIALE ET CULTURELLE] XI Migration and the demographic transition: a West Indian exam pie. (1990). [MIGRATION] [ANALYSE DEMOGRAPHIQUE] [TAUX DE NATALITE] [TAUX DE MORTALITE] [RECENSEMENTS DE POPULATION] ANALYSE ECONOMIQUE XI External trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean: the economic impacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [COMMERCE] [PORTO RICO] [EXPORTA TIONS] [ANALYSE ECONOMIQUE] [ANA LYSE INPUT-OUTPUT] ANALYSE HISTORIQUE BZ Belize: country profile. (1990). [ANALYSE REGION ALE] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] XI Caribbean feminist tradition. (1990). [FEMMES] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] [DROITS DE LA FEMME] [ESCLAVAGE] G Y Ethnie conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [ETHNICITE] [CONFLITS SOCIAUX] [POUVOIR POLITIQUE] [PLURALISME CUL TUREL] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] [METHOD OLOGIE] TT Politics, public policy and Friendly Societies in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [LEADERSHIP POLI T IQ U E ] [A N A LY SE H IS T O R IQ U E ] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMENTALE] TT Women and garment production in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TRAVAILLEUSES] [IN DUSTRIE TEXTILE] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] 56 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

75 ASPECTS PSYCHOLOGIQUES XI Women's organisations in the Caribbean Community from the 19th century to today. (1990). [ORGANISA TIONS FEMININES] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] [MOUVEMENTS OUVRIERS] [PARTIS POLI TIQUES] ANALYSE INPUT-OUTPUT XI External trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean: the economic impacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [COMMERCE] [PORTO RICO] [EXPORTA TIONS] [ANALYSE ECONOMIQUE] [ANA LYSE INPUT-OUTPUT] TT Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [STA TISTIQ U ES ECO N O M IQ U ES] [M ODELES ECONOMIQUES] [MODELES ECONOMETRI QUES] [ANALYSE INPUT-OUTPUT] [STATIS- T IQ U E ] [C O M PT A B IL IT E N A TIO N A LE] [POPULATION] APARTHEID XI TT ARCHIVES TT ART TT Apartheid, sanctions and sport. (1989). [APART HEID] [SPORTS] [BOYCOTTAGE] Statement by Prim e M inister A N Jl. Robinson to the forty-fifth regular session of the United Nations General Assembly, New York, October 4, (1990). [DEMOCRATIE] [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [APARTHEID] Oral and pictorial records programmeof the University ofthe West Indies, St. Augustine: an overview. (1990). [ARCHIVES] [PHOTOS] [ENREG ISTRE MENTS] Address by Prime M inister A A R. Robinson at the opening of the Naparima Bowl, Saturday, October 20, (1990). [ART] [CULTURE] [DEVELOPPE M ENT C U L T U R E L] [TH EA TRE] [ARTS ANALYSE REGIONALE DRAMATIQUES] BZ Belize: country profile. (1990). [ANALYSE REGION ALE] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] ARTS DRAMATIQUES TT Address by Prime M inister A N Ü. Robinson at the ANALYSE SOCIOLOGIQUE opening of the Naparima Bowl, Saturday, October 20, XI Household structure in a West Indian society. (1990) (1990). [ART] [CULTURE] [DEVELOPPE [ENQUETES SUR LES MENAGES] [STRUC M ENT C U LTU R EL] [TH EA TRE] [ARTS TURE SOCIALE] [ANALYSE SOCIOLOGIQUE] DRAMATIQUES] [MILIEU FAMILIAL] ARTS DU SPECTACLE ANALYSE STATISTIQUE TT Memorandum to the Government of Trinidad and Tobago XZ Multivariate statistical analysis of country classification: on (l)the National Concert Hall (2)capital in the identification of small developing countries. vestm ents by the steelband m ovem ent. (1990). (1990). [ANALYSE STATISTIQUE] [PAYS EN [INVESTISSEMENTS] [BIENS D'EQUIPEMENT] DEVELOPPEMENT] [CLASSIFICATION] [ARTS DU SPECTACLE] XZ Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [TOURISME] [DONNEES ST A- ASPECTS JURIDIQUES TISTIQUES] [PREVISIONS] [ANALYSE STA JM Abused child and the law: a Jamaican perspective. TISTIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN (1990). [ASPECTSJURIDIQUES] DEVELOPPEMENT] [ECONOMIE INTERNA XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AIDE A TIONALE] L ENFANCE] [ASPECTS JURIDIQUES] [PRO TECTION LEGALE] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE [ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE] [SERVICES XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AIDE A SOCIAUX] [ALCOOLISME] [RECHERCHE SO L ENFANCE] [ASPECTS JURIDIQUES] [PRO C IA LE] [A SPECTS PSY C H O L O G IQ U ES] TECTION LEGALE] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] [ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE] [SERVICES XZ XZ SOCIAUX] [ALCOOLISME] [RECHERCHE SO C IA LE ] [A SPECTS PSY C H O L O G IQ U E S] [ETUDES DE CAS] Cross-cultural perspectives in child abuse and neglect. (1990). [AIDE A L ENFANCE] [FACTEURS CUL TURELS] [ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE] ANTHROPOLOGIE SOCIALE ET CULTURELLE GY Case of "The Barama River Caribs of Guyana restudied". (1990). [AMERINDIENS] [ANALYSE DE M O G R A P H IQ U E ] [E T H N O G R A P H IE ] [ETUDES DE CAS] [ANTHROPOLOGIE SO CIALE ET CULTURELLE] XI XI [ETUDES DE CAS] Issue of empowerment: an overview. (1990). [AS PECTS JURIDIQUES] Legal aspects of child abuse in the English-speaking Caribbean. (1990). [ASPECTS JURIDIQUES] [AS PECTS JURIDIQUES] Legal aspects of child abuse in the English-speaking Caribbean. (1990). [ASPECTS JURIDIQUES] [AS PECTS JURIDIQUES] ASPECTS POLITIQUES TT Organising as consumers: the experience ofthe Housewives Association of Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [ORGANISATIONS FEMININES] [CONSOMMA TEURS] [ASPECTS POLITIQUES] ANTILLAIS XI T obea West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRATION REGION ALE] [ANTILLAIS] [INTEGRATION POLI TIQ UE] [CARICOM] [ETABLISSEMENTS D'ENSEIGNEMENT] [TRIBUNAUX] [MARCHE FINANCIER] [ZONES MONETAIRES] [INTE GRATION CULTURELLE] [SPORTS] ASPECTS PSYCHOLOGIQUES XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AIDE A L ENFANCE] [ASPECTS JURIDIQUES] [PRO TECTION LEGALE] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] [ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE] [SERVICES SOCIAUX] [ALCOOLISME] [RECHERCHE SO C IA LE] [A SPECTS PSY C H O L O G IQ U ES] [ETUDES DE CAS] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

76 ASSOCIATIONS TT ASSOCIATIONS XI TT Empowerment through education: power and control BANQUE MONDIALE from the perspective of the abused child. (1990). XI Debt adjustm ent and development: looking to the [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [ASPECTS PSYCHOLO 1990s. (1990). [DETTE] [DEVELOPPEMENT GIQUES] [ETUDES DE CAS] ECONOMIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [COMMERCE INTER NATIONAL] [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] Community empowerment: alternative structures for [FMI] [BANQUE MONDIALE] national development. (1990). [ASSOCIATIONS] [E T U D E S D E CAS] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T BANQUES AGRICOLES ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] Short history of The Shipping Association oftrinidad XI Financing investment projects of fresh horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [BANQUES AGRIand Tobago. (1991). [TRANSPORT MARITIME] [ASSOCIATIONS] [HISTOIRE] COLES] TURE] [CREDIT AGRICOLE] [HORTICUL ASSOCIATIONS D'AGRICULTEURS XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D A G R IC U L T E U R S] [C O N T R O L E DE Q U A L IT E ] [A D D ITIFS A LIM EN TA IRES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] ASSURANCE TT TT ASSURANCE VIE TT ATTITUDES XZ Actuarial valuation ofthe national insurance system of Trinidad and Tobago as of30 June (1989). [AS SURANCE] [SECURITE SOCIALE] [ALLOCA TIONS D'INVALIDITE] [PLANS DE RETRAITE] Address _ at the presentation of awards and launching of new product of GTM Life Insurance Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited on Monday 14,1989. (1989). [ASSURANCE VIE] [ASSURANCE] Address ~ at the presentation of awards and launching of new product of GTM Life Insurance Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited on Monday 14, (1989). [ASSURANCE VIE] [ASSURANCE] Attitudes to environment. (1990). [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [ATTITUDES] [EN VIRONNEMENT] [POLLUTION] [ENQUETES] AUTOMATISATION ZZ First Caribbean Conference and Exhibition on Artificial Intelligence-Book of abstracts. (1989). [AUTO MATISATION] [NOUVELLE TECHNOLOGIE] [ORDINATEURS] BALANCE DES PAIEMENTS TT G overnors' papers, : a bibliography:- speeches and papers of the former Governors of the Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLI T IQ U E ECO N O M IQ U E] [BANQUES CEN TRALES] [INSTITUTIONS FINANCIERES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [BALANCE DES PAIEMENTS] TT Modelling the balance of payments in Trinidad and Tobago, (1990). [BALANCE DES PAIE MENTS] [MODELES ECONOM ETRIQUES] [EVALUATION ECONOMIQUE] [THEORIE MONETAIRE] BANQUES CENTRALES TT Experience of forecasting at the Central Bank. (1990). [B A N Q U E S C EN T R A L E S] [PR EV ISIO N S ECONOMIQUES] TT G overnors' papers, : a bibliography:- speeches and papers of the former Governors of the Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLI T IQ U E ECO N O M IQ U E] [BANQUES CEN TRALES] [INSTITUTIONS FINANCIERES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [BALANCE DES PAIEMENTS] TT Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. (1990). [BANQUES CENTRALES] [PO LITIQ U E M ONETAIRE] [CONTROLE DES CHANGES] [POLITIQUE FIS CALE] [FINANCEMENT DU LOGEMENT] TT Research function of a central bank. (1990). [BAN QUES CENTRALES] [RECHERCHE] BANQUES DE DEVELOPPEMENT XI CDB 20, the first twenty years: (1991). [BANQUES DE DEVELOPPEMENT] TT Into the valley of debt: an alternative road to the IMFAVorid Bank Path in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [BAN QUES DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] BARRIERE LINGUISTIQUE XI A régional perspective: conference papers. (1989). [ENSEIGNEMENT DES LANGUES] [LINGUIS TIQUE] [LANGUES] [BARRIERE LINGUIS TIQUE] [MULTILINGUISME] BELIZE XI Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DE VELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERA T IO N R E G IO N A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [BELIZE] [DOMINIQUE] [GRENADE] [GUYANA] [JAMAÏQUE] BESOINS ALIMENTAIRES TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SANTE] [CONTROLE SANI TAIRE] [SERVICES DE SANTE] [EQUIPEMENT SANITAIRE] [SOINS MEDICAUX] [BESOINS ALIMENTAIRES] [NUTRITION] [PROTEC TION DE L ENVIRONNEMENT] [MALADIES] BESOINS DE RECHERCHE XL Women and new technologies. (1990). [FEMMES] [NOUVELLE TECHNOLOGIE] [PRODUCTION] [REPRODUCTION] [BESOINS DE RECHER CHE] 58 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

77 CARAÏBES BESOINS EN MAIN-D OEUVRE NG Manpower planning with occupational choice: a Nigerian example of mismatch. (1990). [MARCHE DU TRAVAIL] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [BE SOINS EN MAIN-D OEUVRE] [PLANIFICATION DE LA MAIN-D OEUVRE] [CHOIX D'UNE PRO FESSION] BESOINS FONDAMENTAUX TT National consultation paper on enhancing the quality of life. (1990). [QUALITE DE LA VIE] [CONDI TIONS DE VIE] [BESOINS FONDAMENTAUX] [QUALITE DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] BIBLIOGRAPHIES XZ Post-harvest systems in the tropics : a bibliography based on citations from the CAGRIS and AGRIS data bases. (1989). [BIBLIOGRAPHIES] [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] [CULTURES TROPICALES] BIBLIOTHEQUES US XI BIEN-ETRE SOCIAL XZ Organising from the perspective of unwaged housework: the international wages for housework campaign. (1990). [TRAVAILLEUSES] [SALARIES] [BIEN-ETRE SOCIAL1 TT Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [FAMILLE] [SERVICES SOCIAUX] [PROBLEMES SOCI AUX] [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [ENFANTS] [DROITS DE L HOMME] [BIEN-ETRE SOCIAL] BIENS D'EQUIPEMENT CU BIENS DE CONSOMMATION ZZ Ethnies and economics. (1990). [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE] [BIENS DE CONSOM MATION] [CULTURE] [DEVELOPPEMENT INDUSTRIEL] BOIS XI Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [BIBLIOTHEQUES] [PREVENTION DES CATASTROPHES] [DESASTRES NATURELS] [INCENDIES] [EAU] [ENQUETES] [PLANIFI CATION] [DOCUMENTS DE REUNION] Principales sources d'information aux Antilles Françaises. (1989). [BIBLIOTHEQUES] [SCIENCES DE L INFORMATION] [SOURCES D'INFORMA TION] [DIFFUSION DE L'INFORMATION] ECLAC. Producción de bienes de capital en Cuba. (1989). [BIENS D'EQUIPEMENT] TT Engineering and capital goods - sector profile. (1990). [INGENIERIE] [BIENS D EQUIPEMENT] [IN DUSTRIE] TT Memorandum to the Government oftrinidad and Tobago on (l)the National Concert Hall (2)capital investm ents by the steelband m ovem ent. (1990). [INVESTISSEMENTS] [BIENS D'EQUIPEMENT] [ARTS DU SPECTACLE] New developments in packaging material for use in exporting fresh horticultural products. (1990). [EM BALLAGE] [BOIS] [CARTON] [MATIERES PLASTIQUES] BONS DU TRESOR TT M arket for treasury bills in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [MARCHE MONETAIRE] [BONS DU TRESOR] [EMPRUNTS PUBLICS] BOYCOTTAGE XI Apartheid, sanctions and sport. (1989). [APART HEID] [SPORTS] [BOYCOTTAGE] BUDGET DE L'ETAT TT Review of fiscal measures in the 1990 budget. (1990). [POLITIQUE FISCALE] [BUDGET DE L'ETAT] CADRE INSTITUTIONNEL XI Economic policy and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] [CADRE INSTITUTIONNEL] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] CANADA XI CANNE A SUCRE CU CAPITAL XI CARAÏBES XI XI XI XI XI XI XI XI C hanging th e face of C aribbean ports. (1991). [PORTS] [CANADA] [TOURISME] Análisis de algunos aspectos del proceso decooperativizacion en la agricultura cañera. (1989). [COOPERA T IV E S A G R IC O L E S ] [TRAVAILLEU R S AGRICOLES] [CANNE A SUCRE] [AGRICUL TURE] Surplus labour economy affects technological advances. (1991). [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [CAPITAL] [TRAVAIL] Agenda 2000:a m etaphor for change releasing thecreative energies of Caribbean people in development. (1990). [COOPERATIONREGIONALE] [CROIS SA N CE E C O N O M IQ U E ] [R EFO R M E ECONOMIQUE] [CARAÏBES] External trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean: the economic impacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [COMMERCE] [PORTO RICO] [EXPORTA TIONS] [ANALYSE ECONOMIQUE] [ANA LYSE INPUT-OUTPUT] Formal launching of the Independent West Indian Commission. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT INTE GRE] [CARAÏBES] Getting on with the job of Caribbean survival. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT INTEGRE] [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] [CARAÏBES] Grenada: the way forward in the decade of the 90's. (1991). [DEVELOPPEM ENT ECONOMIQUE] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [COOP ERATION ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERATION REGIONALE] [GRENADE] [CARAÏBES] Opening address. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT IN TEGRE] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] [CARAÏBES] Proposed resolutions for the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [COOPERATION ECONOMIQUE] [CO OPERATIO N R EG IO NALE] [CONFER ENCES] [CARAÏBES] West Indian Commission: a public forum on the future. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT INTEGRE] [D EVELOPPEM ENT ECONOM IQUE ET SO CIAL] [CARAÏBES] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

78 CARICOM CARICOM XI XI XI XI TT CARTON XI CEE AG XZ New developments in packaging material for use in exporting fresh horticultural products. (1990). [EM BALLAGE] [BOIS] [CARTON] [MATIERES PLASTIQUES] Antigua and Barbuda: nine years of economic expansion, but challenges ahead. (1990). [TOURISME] [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [SECTEUR AG RICOLE] [ZOOTECHNIE] [CEE] [AIDE FI NANCIERE] Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [TOURISME] [ACCORDS ECONOMIQUES] [ACCORDS IN TERNATIONAUX] [CEE] [ACP] [COOPERA TION INTERNATIONALE] SOINS EN MAIN-D OEUVRE] [PLANIFICATION DE LA MAIN-D OEUVRE] [CHOIX D'UNE PRO FESSION] Cuba / Caricom relations: proposals. (1990). [CARI COM] [INTEGRATION REGIONALE] [COOP ERATION ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERATION TECHNIQUE] Regional cooperation as an element of Caribbean development strategy. (1990). [INTEGRATION RE CHOMAGE TT Challenge of employment promotion: Trinidad and Tobago in the 1990's. (1990). [EMPLOI] [CHOM GIONALE] [INTEGRATION ECONOMIQUE] AGE] [AGRICULTURE] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [CARI TT From ownership to tenancy: loss of the national patrimony. COM] (1990). [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] Relations between the French Overseas Departments [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [CHOMAGE] and CARICOM. (1990). [CARICOM] [INTEGRA TION REGIONALE] To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration CHRISTIANISME BS Junkanoo in the B aham as. (1990). [CULTURE movement. (1990). [INTEGRATION REGION PO P U L A IR E ] [H IST O IR E ] [M U SIQ U E] ALE] [ANTILLAIS] [INTEGRATION POLI [CHRISTIANISME] TIQUE] [CARICOM] [ETABLISSEMENTS D ENSEIGNEMENT] [TRIBUNAUX] [MARCHE CIRCULATION AERIENNE FINANCIER] [ZONES MONETAIRES] [INTE XZ Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be GRATION CULTURELLE] [SPORTS] denied?. (1990). [TOURISME] [TRANSPORT Trinidad and Tobago hydrocarbons: mgjor lessons for AERIEN] [INFRASTRUCTURE DU TOURISME] the region. (1990). [HYDROCARBURES] [CARI [STATISTIQUE] [INFRASTRUCTURE PHY COM ] [C O M M E R C E ] [PR O D U IT S SIQUE] [CIRCULATION AERIENNE] PETROLIERS] [PRODUCTION] [GAZ NATU REL] CLASSIFICATION XZ Multivariate statistical analysis of country classification: the identification of small developing countries. (1990). [ANALYSE STATISTIQUE] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [CLASSIFICATION] XL COMMERCE XI Preparation ef inventories and balance sheets of the n a tu ra l and cu ltu ral heritage. (1990). [RES SOURCES NATURELLES] [PATRIMOINE CUL T U R E L ] [IN V E N T A IR E S] [C O M PTES NATIONAUX] [CLASSIFICATION] External trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean: the economic impacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [COMMERCE] [PORTO RICO] [EXPORTA TIONS] [ANALYSE ECONOMIQUE] [ANA LYSE INPUT-OUTPUT] Trinidad and Tobago hydrocarbons: mgjor lessons for the region. (1990). [HYDROCARBURES] [CARI COM ] [C O M M E R C E ] [PR O D U IT S PETROLIERS] [PRODUCTION] [GAZ NATU REL] TT CENTRES DE RECHERCHE XI Final report on a proposal for the establishment and operations of a business incubator facility in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SCIENCE ET TECHNOLO GIE] [CENTRES DE RECHERCHE] COMMERCE DE DETAIL CHANGEMENT CULTUREL JM Contribution of sidewalk vendors and higglers to the XI West Indies: patterns of development, culture and environmental economy. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [VEN change since (1990). [GEOGRA DEURS] [NEGOCIANTS] [COMMERCE DE DEeconomy. PH IE] [H ISTO IRE] [D EV ELO PPEM EN T TAIL] ECONOMIQUE] [DEVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL] JM Informai commercial importers and the manufacturing [CHANGEMENT CULTUREL] [INDUSTRIE DU sector. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORM EL] SUCRE] [EC O N O M IE O CC U LTE] [N EGOCIANTS] [COMMERCE DE DETAIL] CHANGEMENT TECHNOLOGIQUE JM Informai commercial im porters:theirorigin,and their XI Economie development in the Caribbean: facilitating problems. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [VENtechnological innovation. (1990). [DEVELOPPE DEURS] [COMMERCE INTERIEUR] [COM MENT ECONOMIQUE] [DEPENDANCE TECH- MERCE DE DETAIL] [NEGOCIANTS] NO LOG IQ U E ] [IN V ESTISSEM EN TS ETRANGERS] [CHANGEMENT TECHNOLO COMMERCE DE GROS GIQUE] [INNOVATIONS] [DEVELOPPEMENT CU Comercio mayorista en el sistema decomercio interior INDUSTRIEL] en C uba. (1989). [COMMERCE INTERIEUR] [COMMERCE DE GROS] CHOIX D'UNE PROFESSION NG Manpower planning with occupational choice: a Nigerian example of mismatch. (1990). [MARCHE DU TRAVAIL] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [BE- COMMERCE EXTERIEUR CU Cuba: crecimiento economico e inestabilidad externa. (1990). [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [MAC- 60 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

79 CONFLITS SOCIAUX ROECONOMIE] [CUBA] [COMMERCE EXTER IEUR] [STABILISATION ECONOMIQUE] COMMERCE INTERIEUR CU Com ercio m ayorista en el sistema de comercio in terior en C uba. (1989). [COMMERCE INTERIEUR] [COMMERCE DE GROS] JM Inform al commercial im porters:their origin,and their problems. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [VEN DEURS] [COMMERCE INTERIEUR] [COM MERCE DE DETAIL] [NEGOCIANTS] JM Problem of regulating sidewalk vending. (1989). [SEC TEUR INFORM EL] [VENDEURS] [COM MERCE INTERIEUR] JM Some results from a research project on sidewalk vending of food. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [ALI M EN TS] [V E N D E U R S] [PR O JE T S DE RECHERCHE] [COMMERCE INTERIEUR] COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL XI Debt adjustm ent and development: looking to the 1990s. (1990). [DETTE] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [COMMERCE INTER NATIONAL] [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] [FMI] [BANQUE MONDIALE] COMMERCIALISATION TT International marketing opportunities for fresh fruits and vegetables. (1990). [COMMERCIALISATION] [DEBOUCHES COMMERCIAUX] XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D 'A G R IC U L T E U R S ] [C O N T R O L E D E Q U A L IT E ] [A D D ITIFS A LIM EN TA IRES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] XZ Tourism: planning, promotion and marketing. (1990). [T O U R IS M E ] [D E V E L O P P E M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [PROMOTION DU TOURISME] [PLANIFICATION] [COMMERCIALISATION] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [INFRA STRUCTURE DU TOURISME] COMMUNAUTES EUROPEENNES XI Unified regional European market and its implications challenges the Caribbean. (1990). [COMMUNAU TES EUROPEENNES] [INTEGRATION RE G IO N A L E ] [M A R C H E ] [C R O ISSA N C E ECONOMIQUE] COMMUNICATION CU Comunicaciones en Cuba. (1989). [COMMUNICA TION] XZ New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [FEMMES] [DANSE] [METH ODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICA T IO N ] [FEM M ES] [COM M UNICATION] [DANSE] [METHODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICATION] COMPORTEMENT XI Education tools to facilitate behaviour change. (1990). [REGIME ALIMENTAIRE] [COMPORTEMENT] [NUTRITION] COMPORTEMENT POLITIQUE HT general elections in Haití. (1991). [ELECTIONS] [HISTOIRE] [STABILITE POLITIQUE] [VOTE] [COMPORTEMENT POLITIQUE] COMPTABILITE NATIONALE TT Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [STA T IST IQ U E S ECO N O M IQ U ES] [M ODELES ECONOMIQUES] [MODELES ECONOMETRI QUES] [ANALYSE INPUT-OUTPUT] [STATIS T IQ U E ] [C O M PT A B IL IT E N A TIO N A LE] [POPULATION] COMPTES NATIONAUX XL Preparation of inventories and balance sheets of the n a tu ra l and cultu ral h eritage. (1990). [RES SOURCES NATURELLES] [PATRIMOINE CUL T U R E L ] [IN V E N T A IR E S ] [COM PTES NATIONAUX] [CLASSIFICATION] CONDITION DE LA FEMME XL Growing presence of women in development. (1990). [PARTICIPATION DES FEMMES] [IMPLICA T IO N S SO CIA LES] [C O N D ITIO N DE LA FEMME] [TRAVAILLEUSES] CONDITIONS DE VIE TT National consultation paper on enhancing the quality of life. (1990). [QUALITE DE LA VIE] [CONDI TIONS DE VIE] [BESOINS FONDAMENTAUX] [QUALITE DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES XI Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). [ENFANTS] [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [IN D IC A T E U R S ECO N O M IQ U ES] [INDI CATEURS DE SANTE] [FISE] [PROGRAMMES DE TRAVAIL] [PROJETS DE RECHERCHE] TT From ownership to tenancy: loss of the national patrimony. (1990). [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [CHOMAGE] GY Recent economic developments in Guyana (1990). [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [CONDI TIONS ECONOMIQUES] [GUYANA] TT Review of the economy (1990). [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [FINANCES PUBLIQUES] [DEPENSES PUB LIQUES] [DONNEES STATISTIQUES] [RECES SION ECONOMIQUE] TT Review of the economy (1990). [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] XI Sustained development for the Caribbean. (1990). CONFERENCES XI [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [CONDI TIONS ECONOMIQUES] [DEVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL] [ECONOMIE INTERNATIONALE] [ENVIRONNEMENT] Proposed resolutions for the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [COOPERATION ECONOMIQUE] [CO OPERATIO N R EG IO NALE] [CONFER ENCES] [CARAÏBES] CONFLITS SOCIAUX GY Ethnic conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [ETHNICITE] [CONFLITS SOCIAUX] [POUVOIR POLITIQUE] [PLURALISME CUL TUREL] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] [METHOD OLOGIE] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

80 CONSOMMATEURS CONSOMMATEURS TT Organising as consum en: the experience ofthe Housewives Association of Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [ORGANISATIONS FEMININES] [CONSOMMA TEURS] [ASPECTS POLITIQUES] CONSOMMATION CU Autoconsumo e n d MINAZ. (1989). [INDUSTRIE DU SUCRE] [COOPERATIVES DE CONSOMMA TION] [AGROINDUSTRIE] [CONSOMMA TION] CONTRACEPTION TT More contraceptive choices likely by the end of the century. (1990). [CONTRACEPTION] [REGULA TION DES NAISSANCES] [SANTE] CONTROLE DE QUALITE XI Post harvest handling and storage of fresh fruits. (1990). [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] [CON TROLE DE QUALITE] [FRUITS] XI Post harvest handling systems for tropical cut flowers, foliage and potted plants. (1990). [FLEURS] [EX PORTATIONS] [CONTROLE DE QUALITE] XI Post harvest handling systems for vegetables. (1990). [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] [LEGUMES] [CONTROLE DE QUALITE] XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D A G R IC U L T E U R S] [C O N T R O L E DE Q U A L IT E ] [A D D ITIFS A LIM EN TA IRES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] XI Tropical root crops: post harvest quality and handling systems for quality maintenance. (1990). [PLAN TES-RACINES] [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] [CONTROLE DE QUALITE] CONTROLE DES CHANGES TT Choice of exchange rate regime in a world of floating rates. (1990). [CONTROLE DES CHANGES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [MARCHE FINAN CIER INTERNATIONAL] TT Exchange rate and exchange rate policy in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TAUX DE CH A N G E] [CO N TROLE DES CHA NG ES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] TT Foreign exchange resources of Trinidad and Tobago: a need for budgeting. (1990). [TAUX DE CHANGE] [CONTROLE DES CHANGES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] TT Monetary and financial policyin Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. (1990). [BANQUES CENTRALES] [PO LITIQ U E M ONETAIRE] [CONTROLE DES CHANGES] [POLITIQUE FIS CALE] [FINANCEMENT DU LOGEMENT] CONTROLE SANITAIRE TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SANTE] [CONTROLE SANI TAIRE] [SERVICES DE SANTE] [EQUIPEMENT SANITAIRE] [SOINS MEDICAUX] [BESOINS ALIMENTAIRES] [NUTRITION] [PROTEC TION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [MALADIES] COOPERATION ECONOMIQUE XI CARICOM: the promise and the reality. (1990). [CO OPERATION ECONOMIQUE] [EVALUATION E C O N O M IQ U E ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] XI Cuba / Caricom relations: proposais. (1990). [CARI COM] [INTEGRATION REGIONALE] [COOP ERATION ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERATION TECHNIQUE] CU Cuba- URSS: cooperación para el desarrollo. (1989). [COOPERATION ECONOMIQUE] [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] XI Grenada: the way forward in the decade of the 90's. (1991). [DEVELOPPEM ENT ECONOMIQUE] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [COOP ERATION ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERATION REGIONALE] [GRENADE] [CARAÏBES] XI Proposed resolutions for the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [COOPERATIONECONOMIQUE] [COOPERATION R EG IO NA LE] [CONFER ENCES] [CARAÏBES] XI Trinidad and Tobago's view on regional cooperation. (1991). [COOPERATION ECONOMIQUE] [CO OPERATION REGIONALE] COOPERATION HORIZONTALE XL Horizontal co-operation on environmental issues in Latin America and the Caribbean: the challenge of an idea in times of crisis. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [COOPERATION HORI ZONTALE] [ONU] COOPERATION INTERNATIONALE XI Caribbean in the larger world: issues in environment and development. (1991). [ENVIRONNEMENT] [ENVIRO NNEM EN T] [D EVELO PPEM EN T ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] [DEVELOPPE- MENTREGIONAL] [COOPERATIONINTERNA TIONALE] XI Influencing international institutions. (1990). [OR GANISATIONS INTERNATIONALES] [COOP ERATION INTERNATIONALE] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMENTALE] XZ Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [TOURISME] [ACCORDS ECONOMIQUES] [ACCORDS IN TERNATIONAUX] [CEE] [ACP] [COOPERA TION INTERNATIONALE] COOPERATION REGIONALE XI Agenda2000:ametaphorforchangereleasingthecreative energies of Caribbean people in development. (1990). [COOPERATIONREGIONALE] [CROIS SA N CE E C O N O M IQ U E ] [R E FO R M E ECONOMIQUE] [CARAÏBES] XI Drug problem: social and economic effects - policy options for the Caribbean. (1990). [IMPLICATIONS SOCIALES] [IMPLICATIONS ECONOMIQUES] [CORRUPTION] [STUPEFIANTS] [ELABORA TION D'UNE POLITIQUE] [COOPERATIONRE GIONALE] XI Grenada: the way forward in the decade of the 90's. (1991). [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [COOP ERATION ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERATION REGIONALE] [GRENADE] [CARAÏBES] XI Proposed resolutions for the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [COOPERATION ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERATION R EG IO NA LE] [CONFER ENCES] [CARAÏBES] 62 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

81 CUBA XI XI Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DE VELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] (COOPERA T IO N R E G IO N A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [BELIZE] [DOMINIQUE] [GRENADE] [GUYANA] [JAMAÏQUE] Trinidad and Tobago's view on regional cooperation. (1991). [COOPERATION ECONOMIQUE] [CO OPERATION REGIONALE] COOPERATION TECHNIQUE XI Cuba / Caricom relations: proposals. (1990). [CARI COM] [INTEGRATION REGIONALE] [COOP ERATION ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERATION TECHNIQUE] TT Memorandum and recommendation of the President ofthe International Bank for Reconstruction and Development to the Executive Directors on a proposed loan in an amount eqiuvalent to US$4 J) million to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago for a ~~ (1989). [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] [COOPERA TION TECHNIQUE] TT Memorandum and recommendation of the President of the International Bank for Restruction and Development to the executive directors on a proposed structural adjustment loan in an amount equivalent to US$40 million to Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] [COOP ERATION TECHNIQUE] TT Partners in development: foreign technical assistance. Prescriptions and practice in a Public Transportation Development Programme in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [COOPERATIONTECHNIQUE] [TRANS PORT PUBLIC] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMEN TALE] [EVALUATION DE PROJETS] [ETUDES DE CAS] XL Situación acutal en materia de prevision de caudales inundaciones en America Latina y d Caribe. (1989). [PREVENTION DES CATASTROPHES] [LUTTE ANTI-INONDATION] [FORMATION] [COOP ERATION TECHNIQUE] COOPERATIVES AGRICOLES CU Análisis de algunos aspectos del proceso de cooperativizacion en la agricultura cañera. (1989). [COOPERA T IV E S A G R IC O L E S ] [T R A V A IL L E U R S AGRICOLES] [CANNE A SUCRE] [AGRICUL TURE] COOPERATIVES DE CONSOMMATION CU AutoconsumoenelMINAZ. (1989). [INDUSTRIEDU SUCRE] [COOPERATIVES DE CONSOMMA TION] [AGROINDUSTRIE] [CONSOMMA TION] COOPERATIVES DE LOGEMENT TT Political enconomy of the Sou-Sou Lands initiative. (1990). [COOPERATIVES DE LOGEM ENT] [PROGRAMMES DE LOGEMENTS] [LOGE MENT A FAIBLE COUT] CORPS ENSEIGNANT XI Prim ary education and literacy in the Caribbean. (1990). [EDUCATION DE BASE] [ENSEIGNE MENT PRIMAIRE] [SYSTEMES D ENSEIGNE MENT] [CORPS ENSEIGNANT] [ELEVES] [COUT DE L'EDUCATION] CORRUPTION XI COTES XI Drug problem: social and economic effects - policy options for the Caribbean. (1990). [IMPLICATIONS SOCIALES] [IMPLICATIONS ECONOMIQUES] [CORRUPTION] [STUPEFIANTS] [ELABORA TION D'UNE POLITIQUE] [COOPERATIONRE GIONALE] Deterioration of Caribbean coastal zones: a recurring issue in regional development. (1990). [COTES] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] COUT DE L'EDUCATION XI Prim ary education and literacy in the Caribbean. (1990). [EDUCATION DE BASE] [ENSEIGNE MENT PRIMAIRE] [SYSTEMES D'ENSEIGNE MENT] [CORPS ENSEIGNANT] [ELEVES] [COUT DE L'EDUCATION] COUTS SOCIAUX XI Overcoming the socio-cultural and environmental impacts of tourism : the verdict for th e Caribbean. ( 1990). [COUTS SOCIAUX] [TOURISME] [EFFETS SUR L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [IMPLICATIONS SOCIA LES] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] [PROTEC TION DU PATRIMOINE CULTUREL] CREDIT AGRICOLE XI Financing investment projects of fresh horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [BANQUES AGRI COLES] [CREDIT AGRICOLE] [HORTICUL TURE] CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE XI Agenda2000:ametaphorforchangereleasingthecreative energies of Caribbean people in development. (1990). [COOPERATION REGIONALE] [CROIS SA N CE E C O N O M IQ U E ] [R EFO R M E ECONOMIQUE] [CARAÏBES] AG Antigua and Barbuda: nine years of economic expansion, but challenges ahead. (1990). [TOURISME] [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [SECTEUR AG RICOLE] [ZOOTECHNIE] [CEE] [AIDE FI NANCIERE] CU Cuba: crecimiento economico e inestabilidad externa. (1990). [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [MAC- ROECONOMIE] [CUBA] [COMMERCE EXTER IEUR] [STABILISATION ECONOMIQUE] JM Economic surplus: formation, distribution and role in econom ic g ro w th. (1990). [CROISSA N CE ECONOMIQUE] [EXCEDENTS] [THEORIE ECONOMIQUE] XI Surplus labour economy affects technological advances. (1991). [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [CAPITAL] [TRAVAIL] XI Unified regional European m arketand its implications challenges the Caribbean. (1990). [COMMUNAU TES EUROPEENNES] [INTEGRATION RE G IO N A L E ] [M A R C H E ] [C R O ISSA N CE ECONOMIQUE] CUBA CU CU Carnival in Cuba: another chapter in the nationalization of cu ltu re. (1990). [CUBA] [AFRIQUE] [CULTURE POPULAIRE] [HISTOIRE] Cuba: crecimiento economico e inestabilidad externa. (1990). [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [MAC ROECONOMIE] [CUBA] [COMMERCE EXTER IEUR] [STABILISATION ECONOMIQUE] CARISPLAN Abstracts,No. 22,1991 <3

82 CULTURE CULTURE TT TT ZZ TT XI Address by Prime Minister A N Jt. Robinson at the opening of the Naparima Bowl, Saturday, October 20, (1990). [ART] [CULTURE] [DEVELOPPE M ENT C U LTU R EL] [TH EA TRE] [ARTS DRAMATIQUES] Carnival of life. (1991). [CULTURE] Ethnics and economics. (1990). [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE] [BIENS DE CONSOM MATION] [CULTURE] [DEVELOPPEMENT INDUSTRIEL] Report (1990). [CULTURE] [DEVELOPPE MENT SOCIAL] Theoretical framework for the study of cultural domination by re-exportation. (1991). [CULTURE] [DIFFUSION DE LA CULTURE] [EXPORTA TIONS] [IMPORTATIONS] CULTURE POPULAIRE CU Carnival in Cuba: another chapter in the nationalization of cultu re. (1990). [CUBA] [AFRIQUE] [CULTURE POPULAIRE] [HISTOIRE] GD Grenada m as' (1990). [CULTURE POPU LAIRE] BS Junkanoo in the B aham as. (1990). [CULTURE P O P U L A IR E ] [H ISTO IR E ] [M U SIQ U E] [CHRISTIANISME] TT Robberin the Trinidad Carnival. (1990). [CULTURE POPULAIRE] [HISTOIRE] CULTURES TROPICALES XZ Post-harvest systems in the tropics : a bibliography based on citations from the CAGRIS and AGRIS data bases. (1989). [BIBLIOGRAPHIES] [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] [CULTURES TROPICALES] DANSE XZ XZ New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [FEMMES] [DANSE] [METHOD OLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICATION] [FEMMES] [COMMUNICATION] [DANSE] [METHODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMU NICATION] New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [FEMMES] [DANSE] [METHOD OLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICATION] [FEMMES] [COMMUNICATION] [DANSE] [METHODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMU NICATION] DEBOUCHES COMMERCIAUX TT International marketing opportunities for fresh fruits and vegetables. (1990). [COMMERCIALISATION] [DEBOUCHES COMMERCIAUX] DECENTRALISATION Decentralization process: regional administration and regional development in Trinidad and Tobago; proposals for reform. (1990). [DECENTRALISATION] [ADMINISTRATION LOCALE] TT Decentralization process: regional administration and regional development in Trinidad and Tobago - proposals for reform. (1990). [DECENTRALISATION] [ADMINISTRATION LOCALE] DECOLONISATION ZZ C X Jl. James's conceptualization of the notion of selfgovernment - an appreciation and analysis. (1990). [THEORIE POLITIQUE] [INDEPENDANCE] [DECOLONISATION] DEGRADATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT XZ Attitudes to environment. (1990). [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [ATTITUDES] [EN VIRONNEMENT] [POLLUTION] [ENQUETES] XI Challenges for sustainable development in small Caribbean islands. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPE MENT] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] XZ Managing small-island sustainability: towards a systems design. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RES SO U R C ES] [D E V E L O P P E M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [EQUILIBRE ECOLOGIQUE] DEMOCRATIE JM TT TT DEMOGRAPHIE XZ CU Jam aica and the international drug economy. (1990). [ECONOMIE INTERNATIONALE] [STUPEFI ANTS] [POLITIQUE ETRANGERE] [DEMOC RATIE] [PROBLEMES POLITIQUES] Statement by Prime M inister AN.R. Robinson to the forty-fifth regular session of the United Nations General Assembly, New York, October 4, (1990). [DEMOCRATIE] [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [APARTHEID] Statement made by Mr. AN JR. Robinson, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago in Parliament, February 9,1990. (1990). [DEMOCRATIE] [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE] [HAITI] Macroeconomic planning in small economies: issues and experience. (1991). [PLA N IFIC A TIO N ECONOMIQUE] [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [DEMOGRAPHIE] [ECONOMIES D ECHELLE] Reforzamiento de la capacidad de análisis de las estadísticas socioeconómicas en el proceso de planificació n del d e s a rro llo.. (1990). [D O N N EES STATISTIQUES) [DEMOGRAPHIE] [PLANIFI CATION] [STATISTIQUES ECONOMIQUES] DEPENDANCE ECONOMIQUE XZ Economie problems and prospects of small islands. (1990). [ILES] [DEPENDANCE ECONOMIQUE] [T R A N SPO R T ] [D E V E L O P PE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [POTENTIEL DE DEVELOPPE MENT] DEPENDANCE TECHNOLOGIQUE XI Economic development in the Caribbean: facilitating technological innovation. (1990). [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE] [DEPENDANCE TECH- N O L O G IQ U E ] [IN V EST ISSE M E N TS ETRANGERS] [CHANGEMENT TECHNOLO GIQUE] [INNOVATIONS] [DEVELOPPEMENT INDUSTRIEL] DEPENSES PUBLIQUES TT Review of the economy (1990). [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [FINANCES PUBLIQUES] [DEPENSES PUB LIQUES] [DONNEES STATISTIQUES] [RECES SION ECONOMIQUE] DESASTRES NATURELS US Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [BIBLIOTHEQUES] [PREVENTION DES 64 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

83 DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE CATASTROPHES] [DESASTRES NATURELS] [INCENDIES] [EAU] [ENQUETES] [PLANIFI CATION] [DOCUMENTS DE REUNION] DETTE XI XI Debt a d ju s tm e n t and development: looking to the 1990s. (1990). [DETTE] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [COMMERCE INTER NATIONAL] [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] [FMI] [BANQUE MONDIALE] XZ DETTE EXTERIEURE XL Deuda externa de America Latina: evolución, opciones y consecuencias. (1989). [DETTE EXTERIEURE] [ENDETTEMENT] CU M oratoria: opcion para la deuda latinoamericana. ZZ (1989). [DETTE EXTERIEURE] [ENDETTE MENT] XZ Transnational banks and external finance: implications for developing countries. (1990). [FINANCE- XI MENT EXTERIEUR] [DETTE EXTERIEURE] [EMPRUNTS INTERNATIONAUX] [MARCHE FINANCIER INTERNATIONAL] [PAYS EN DE VELOPPEMENT] G Y DETTE PUBLIQUE XI Debt adjustment and developm ents perspective ofthe 1990 s. (1990). [D E V E L O P PE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [GESTION DE LA DETTE] XZ [DETTE PUBLIQUE] DEVELOPPEMENT AGRICOLE XL Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposal for Latin America. (1989). [POLITIQUE ECONOM IQUE] [AGRICULTURE] [PAU VRETE] [ZONES RURALES] [DEVELOPPE M ENT A G R IC O L E ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T RURAL] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] DEVELOPPEMENT CULTUREL TT TT Address by Prime Minister AN.R. Robinson at the opening of the Naparima Bowl, Saturday, October20, (1990). [ART] [CULTURE] [DEVELOPPE M ENT C U LTU R EL] [TH EA TRE] [ARTS DRAMATIQUES] DEVELOPPEMENT DE L'EDUCATION XI TT Address by Mr. ANA. Robinson, Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy at the opening of the Chaguaram as Roman Catholic School, Wednesday, March 14, (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT DE L'EDUCATION] [ECOLES] TT DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE XI CARICOM: the promise and the reality. (1990). [CO OPERATION ECONOMIQUE] [EVALUATION E C O N O M IQ U E ] [D E V E L O PP E M E N T XI ECONOMIQUE] XI Challenges for sustainable development in small Caribbean islands. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPE- XZ MENT] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] XI Debtadjustm entanddevelopment:aperspectiveofthe 1990's. (1990). [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [GESTION DE LA DETTE] [DETTE PUBLIQUE] XI Debt adjustm ent and development: looking to the XZ s. (1990). [DETTE] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [COMMERCE INTER NATIONAL] [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] [FMI] [BANQUE MONDIALE] Economic development in the Caribbean: facilitating technological innovation. (1990). [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE] [DEPENDANCE TECH- N O L O G IQ U E ] [IN V ESTISSEM EN TS ETRANGERS] [CHANGEMENT TECHNOLO GIQUE] [INNOVATIONS] [DEVELOPPEMENT INDUSTRIEL] Economie problems and prospects of small islands. (1990). [ILES] [DEPENDANCE ECONOMIQUE] [T R A N SPO R T ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [POTENTIEL DE DEVELOPPE MENT] E thnics-and economics. (1990). [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE] [BIENS DE CONSOM MATION] [CULTURE] [DEVELOPPEMENT INDUSTRIEL] Grenada: the way forward in the decade of the 90's. (1991). [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [COOP ERATION ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERATION REGIONALE] [GRENADE] [CARAÏBES] Macro-economic model of the Guyanese economy. (1990). [MODELES ECONOMETRIQUES] [MAC R O E C O N O M IE ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] Managing small-island sustainability: towards a systems design. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RES SO U R C E S] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [EQUILIBRE ECOLOGIQUE] Potential contribution of m arine resources to sustainable development in small-island developing countries. (1990). [ILES] [RESSOURCES DE LA MER] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [GES TION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] Public sector investment programme (1990). [PLANIFICATION ECONOMIQUE] [DEVELOP PE M E N T E C O N O M IQ U E ] [PO L IT IQ U E ECONOM IQUE] [PLANIFICATION DU DE VELOPPEMENT] [PLANIFICATION NATION A LE ] [SE C TE U R PU B L IC ] [SERVICES PUBLICS] Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DE VELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERA T IO N R E G IO N A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [BELIZE] [DOMINIQUE] [GRENADE] [GUYANA] [JAMAÏQUE] Statement made by M r. AN.R. Robinson, Prime Minister oftrinidad and Tobago in Parliament,February 9,1990. (1990). [DEMOCRATIE] [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE] [HAITI] Sustained development for the Caribbean. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [CONDI TIONS ECONOMIQUES] [DEVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL] [ECONOMIE INTERNATIONALE] [ENVIRONNEMENT] Tourism:planning,promotion andmarketing. (1990). [T O U R ISM E ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [PROMOTION DU TOURISME] [PLANIFICATION] [COMMERCIALISATION] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [INFRA STRUCTURE DU TOURISME] Tourism:planning,promotion andmarketing. (1990). [T O U R ISM E ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

84 DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL TT XI DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL XI Caribbean in the larger world: issues in environment and development. (1991). [ENVIRONNEMENT] [ENVIRONNEM ENT] [D EVELOPPEM ENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] [DEVELOPPE- MENT REGIO NAL] [COOPERATION INTERNA TIONALE] XI Community empowerment: alternative structures for national development. (1990). [ASSOCIATIONS] [E T U D E S D E CAS] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] XL E nvironm ent, crisis and developm ent. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [PL A N IFIC A TIO N DU D EV ELO PPEM EN T] [RESSOURCES NATURELLES] [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] XI Getting on with the job of Caribbean survival. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT INTEGRE] [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] [CARAÏBES] XI Opening address. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT IN TEGRE] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE TT ET SOCIAL] [CARAÏBES] Reconstruction programme of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMENTALE] TT Report on the development programme (1990). [DEVELOPPEM ENT ECONOM IQUE ET SO CIAL] [PROIETS DE DEVELOPPEMENT] XI ECONOMIQUE] [PROMOTION DU TOURISME] XI W estindiancom m ission:apublicforum onthefuture. [PLANIFICATION] [COMMERCIALISATION] (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT INTEGRE] [DE [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [INFRA VELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] STRUCTURE DU TOURISME] [CARAÏBES] Towards a development consensus in Trinidad and Tobago for the 1990s. (1991). [DEVELOPPEMENT DEVELOPPEMENT REGIONAL ECONOMIQUE] XI Caribbean in the larger world: issues in environment West Indies: patterns of development, culture and environmental and development. (1991). [ENVIRONNEMENT] change since (1990). [GEOGRA [ENVIRONNEM ENT] [D EV ELOPPEM ENT PH IE] [H ISTO IRE] [D EV ELO PPEM EN T ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] [DEVELOPPE- ECONOMIQUE] [DEVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL] MENTREGIONAL] [COOPERATIONINTERNA [CHANGEMENT CULTUREL] [INDUSTRIE DU TIONALE] SUCRE] DEVELOPPEMENT RURAL XL Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposal for Latin America. (1989). [POLITIQUE ECONOM IQUE] [AGRICULTURE] [PAU VRETE] [ZONES RURALES] [DEVELOPPE West Indian Com mission : a public forum on the future. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT INTEGRE] [DE VELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] [CARAÏBES] DEVELOPPEMENT INTEGRE XI Formal launching of the Independent West Indian Commission. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT INTE GRE] [CARAÏBES] XI Getting on with the job of Caribbean survival. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT INTEGRE] [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] [CARAÏBES] XI Opening address. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT IN TEGRE] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] [CARAÏBES] TT TT M ENT A G R IC O L E ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T RURAL] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] Policies for women in the rural sector, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago: executive summary. (1990). [FEMMES] [DEVELOPPEMENT RURAL] Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic of Trinidad and Tobago). (1990). [FEMMES] [POLITIQUE SOCIALE] [TRAVAILLEUSES] [DEVELOPPEMENTRURAL] [PROJETS DE DE VELOPPEMENT] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNE M E N T A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E SO C IA L E ] [STATISTIQUES DEMOGRAPHIQUES] DEVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL TT Report... (1990). [CULTURE] [DEVELOPPE MENT SOCIAL] XI Sustained development for the Caribbean. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [CONDI TIONS ECONOMIQUES] [DEVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL] [ECONOMIE INTERNATIONALE] XI DIABETE TT [ENVIRONNEMENT] West Indies: patterns of development, culture and environmental change since (1990). [GEOGRA PH IE] [H ISTO IR E] [D EV ELO PPEM EN T ECONOMIQUE] [DEVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL] [CHANGEMENT CULTUREL] [INDUSTRIE DU SUCRE] DEVELOPPEMENT INDUSTRIEL Study of diabetes and hypertension in women aged XI Economic development in the Caribbean: facilitating technological innovation. (1990). [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE] [DEPENDANCE TECHtwenty-five and over. (1990). [FEMMES] [MALA DIES] [DIABETE] N O L O G IQ U E ] [IN V ESTISSEM EN TS DIFFUSION DE L'INFORMATION ETRANGERS] [CHANGEMENT TECHNOLO XI Principales sources d information aux Antilles Françaises. GIQUE] [INNOVATIONS] [DEVELOPPEMENT (1989). [BIBLIOTHEQUES] [SCIENCES INDUSTRIEL] DE L INFORMATION] [SOURCES D'INFORMA ZZ Ethnies and economics. (1990). [DEVELOPPE TION] [DIFFUSION DE L INFORMATION] MENT ECONOMIQUE] [BIENS DE CONSOM MATION] [CULTURE] [DEVELOPPEMENT DIFFUSION DE LA CULTURE INDUSTRIEL] XI Theoretical framework for the study of cultural domination by re-exportation. (1991). [CULTURE] [DIFFUSION DE LA CULTURE] [EXPORTA TIONS] [IMPORTATIONS] DISCIPLINE XI Child abuse: a Caribbean regional perspective. (1990). [PUERICULTURE] [DISCIPLINE] DOCTRINES POLITIQUES XI Gettingoutofthecave:tensionbetweendemocracyand elitism in M arx's theory of cognitive liberation. 66 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

85 EDUCATION (1990). [REVOLUTION] [DOCTRINES POLI TIQUES] [PARTIS POLITIQUES] [THEORIE POLITIQUE] [IDEOLOGIES] DOMINIQUE XI DOCUMENTS DE REUNION US L ibrary disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [BIBLIOTHEQUES] [PREVENTION DES CATASTROPHES] [DESASTRES NATURELS] [INCENDIES] [EAU] [ENQUETES] [PLANIFI CATION] [DOCUMENTS DE REUNION] Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic C onference. (1991). [DE VELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERA T IO N R E G IO N A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [BELIZE] [DOMINIQUE] [GRENADE] [GUYANA] [JAMAÏQUE] DONNEES STATISTIQUES TT Population and births Population and vital statistics (1990). [POPULATION] [ACCROIS SEMENT DE LA POPULATION] [DONNEES STATISTIQUES] [STATISTIQUES DEM OG RAPHIQUES] CU Reforzamiento de la capacidad de análisis de las estadísticas socioeconómicas en el proceso de planificació n del d e s a rro llo.. (1990). [D O N N EES STATISTIQUES] [DEMOGRAPHIE] [PLANIFI CATION] [STATISTIQUES ECONOMIQUES] TT Review ofthe economy (1990). [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [FINANCES PUBLIQUES] [DEPENSES PUB LIQUES] [DONNEES STATISTIQUES] [RECES SION ECONOMIQUE] XZ Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [TOURISME] [DONNEES STA TISTIQUES] [PREVISIONS] [ANALYSE STA TISTIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [ECONOMIE INTERNA TIONALE] DROGUES XZ DROIT PENAL TT International relations of the Caribbean towards the year (1990). [RELATIONS INTERNATION ALES] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DE V E L O P P E M E N T ] [M IG R A TIO N INTERNATIONALE] [DROGUES] [ENVIRON NEMENT] Death penalty in T rinidad and Tobago. (1990). [PEINE DE MORT] [DROIT PENAL] [SANC TIONS PENALES] DROITS DE L HOMME TT Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [FAMILLE] [SERVICES SOCIAUX] [PROBLEMES SOCI AUX] [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [ENFANTS] [DROITS DE L'HOMME] [BIEN-ETRE SOCIAL] DROITS DE LA FEMME XI Caribbean feminist tradition. (1990). [FEMMES] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] [DROITS DE LA FEMME] [ESCLAVAGE] DYNAMIQUE DE LA POPULATION XZ World population prospects (1991). [REPARTI TION DE LA POPULATION] [ACCROISSEMENT DE LA POPULATION] [ANALYSE COMPARA TIVE] [DYNAMIQUE DE LA POPULATION] [PROJECTIONS DE POPULATION] EAU US ECOLES TT Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [BIBLIOTHEQUES] [PREVENTION DES CATASTROPHES] [DESASTRES NATURELS] [INCENDIES] [EAU] [ENQUETES] [PLANIFI CATION] [DOCUMENTS DE REUNION] Address by Mr. AJV.R. Robinson, Prime Minister and M inister of the Economy at the opening of the Chaguaram as Rom an Catholic School, Wednesday, March 14,1990. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT DE L EDUCATION] [ECOLES] ECONOMIE INTERNATIONALE JM Jam aica and the international drug economy. (1990). [ECONOMIE INTERNATIONALE] [STUPEFI ANTS] [POLITIQUE ETRANGERE] [DEMOC RATIE] [PROBLEMES POLITIQUES] XI Sustained development for the Caribbean. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [CONDI TIONS ECONOMIQUES] [DEVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL] [ECONOMIE INTERNATIONALE] [ENVIRONNEMENT] XZ Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [TOURISME] [DONNEES STA TISTIQUES] [PREVISIONS] [ANALYSE STA TISTIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [ECONOMIE INTERNA TIONALE] ECONOMIE OCCULTE JM Informai commercial importers and the manufacturing sector. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [EC O N O M IE O C C U LTE] [NEGOCIANTS] [COMMERCE DE DETAIL] ECONOMIE PLANIFIEE CU Tendencias organizativas de las empresas cubanas. (1989). [ECONOMIE PLANIFIEE] [ENTRE PRISES SOCIALISTES] [GESTION D'ENTRE PRISES] ECONOMIES D ECHELLE XZ Macroeconomic planning in small economies: issues an d experien ce. (1991). [PLA NIFICA TION ECONOMIQUE] [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [DEMOGRAPHIE] [ECONOMIES D ECHELLE] EDITION XI EDUCATION XI MS CARICOM/CARNEID workshop. (1989). [LIVRES] [EDITION] [ENSEIGNEMENT PRIMAIRE] Management training in the Eastern Caribbean: the challenge to the U.W J- (1991). [UNIVERSITES] [EDUCATION] [FORMATION A LA GESTION] Some problems of micro Parliaments in Caribbean micro states: the Montserrat case. (1991). [PARLE MENT] [GOUVERNEMENT] [EDUCATION] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

86 EDUCATION DE BASE EDUCATION DE BASE XI Prim ary education and literacy in the Caribbean. (1990). (EDUCATION DE BASE] [ENSEIGNE MENT PRIMAIRE] [SYSTEMES D'ENSEIGNE MENT] [CORPS ENSEIGNANT] [ELEVES] [COUT DE L'EDUCATION] EDUCATION DE MASSE CU Educación de las masas y la capacitación de los cuadros en la obra del Che (II). (1989). [FORMATION A LA GESTION] [EDUCATION DE MASSE] [FOR MATION PROFESSIONNELLE] EFFETS SUR L'ENVIRONNEMENT XI Links between tourism, agriculture and the environm ent. (1990). [TOURISME] [EFFETS SUR L EN VIRONNEMENT] [AGRICULTURE] XI Overcoming the socio-cultural and environmental impacts of tourism : the verdict for the Caribbean. (1990). [COUTS SOCIAUX] [TOURISME] [EFFETS SUR L ENVIRONNEMENT] [IMPLICATIONS SOCIA LES] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] [PROTEC TION DU PATRIMOINE CULTUREL] ELABORATION D UNE POLITIQUE XI Drug problem: social and economic effects - policy options for the Caribbean. (1990). [IMPLICATIONS SOCIALES] [IMPLICATIONS ECONOMIQUES] [CORRUPTION] [STUPEFIANTS] [ELABORA TION D UNE POLITIQUE] [COOPERATION RE GIONALE] ELECTIONS HT NA general elections in Haiti. (1991). [ELECTIONS] [HISTOIRE] [STABILITE POLITIQUE] [VOTE] [COMPORTEMENT POLITIQUE] Report on the Namibia experience. (1989). [ELEC TIONS] [VOTE] [NAMIBIE] EMPLOI TT Challenge of employment promotion: Trinidad and Tobago in the 1990 s. (1990). [EMPLOI] [CHOM AGE] [AGRICULTURE] EMPRUNTS INTERNATIONAUX XZ Transnational banks and external finance: implications for developing countries. (1990). [FINANCE MENT EXTERIEUR] [DETTE EXTERIEURE] [EMPRUNTS INTERNATIONAUX] [MARCHE FINANCIER INTERNATIONAL] [PAYS EN DE VELOPPEMENT] EMPRUNTS PUBLICS TT M arket for treasury bills in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [MARCHE MONETAIRE] [BONS DU TRESOR] [EMPRUNTS PUBLICS] ENDETTEMENT XL CU ENERGIE TT TT Deuda externa de America Latina: evolución, opciones y consecuencias. (1989). [DETTE EXTERIEURE] [ENDETTEMENT] Moratoria: opcion para la deuda latinoamericana. (1989). [DETTE EXTERIEURE] [ENDETTE MENT] New era for oil in Trinidad and Tobago:imperatives for hum an resource development. (1990). [ENERGIE] [RESSOURCES PETROLIERES] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] [MAIN-D OEUVRE] [PLANIFICA TION] [RECRUTEM ENT] [FORMATION] [LEADERSHIP] Public sector investment programme (1990). [SECTEUR PUBLIC] [PROPRIETE PUBLIQUE] [FINANCES PUBLIQUES] [ENERGIE] [FABRI CATION INDUSTRIELLE] [AGRICULTURE] [INDUSTRIE FORESTIERE] ELEVES XI EMBALLAGE XI XI XI Prim ary education and literacy in the Caribbean. (1990). [EDUCATION DE BASE] [ENSEIGNE MENT PRIMAIRE] [SYSTEMES D ENSEIGNE MENT] [CORPS ENSEIGNANT] [ELEVES] [COUT DE L EDUCATION] New developments in packaging material for use in exporting fresh horticultural products. (1990). [EM BALLAGE] [BOIS] [CARTON] [MATIERES PLASTIQUES] Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [RE CIPIENTS] [PROTECTION DU CONSOMMA TEUR] [NORMES DE QUALITE] [ADDITIFS ALIMENTAIRES] [EXPORTATIONS] [FRUITS] [LEGUMES] [EPICES] Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D A G R IC U L T E U R S] [C O N T R O L E DE Q U A L IT E ] [A D D ITIFS A LIM EN TA IRES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] ENFANTS XI AG TT XZ ENQUETES XZ US Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). [ENFANTS] [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [IN D IC A T E U R S ECO N O M IQ U ES] [IN D I CATEURS DE SANTE] [FISE] [PROGRAMMES DE TRAVAIL] [PROJETS DE RECHERCHE] Developing healthy lifestyles in school children: the Antigua experience. (1990). [ENFANTS] [SANTE] [MODES DE VIE] Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [FAMILLE] [SERVICES SOCIAUX] [PROBLEMES SOCI AUX] [AIDE A L ENFANCE] [ENFANTS] [DROITS DE L HOMME] [BIEN-ETRE SOCIAL] Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DES PROGRAMMES] [POLITIQUE NUTRI T IO N N E L L E ] [N U T R IT IO N H U M A IN E ] [FEMMES] [ENFANTS] [FISE] [MALNUTRI TION] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] Attitudes to environment. (1990). [DEGRADATION DE L ENVIRONNEMENT] [ATTITUDES] [EN VIRONNEMENT] [POLLUTION] [ENQUETES] Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [BIBLIOTHEQUES] [PREVENTION DES CATASTROPHES] [DESASTRES NATURELS] [INCENDIES] [EAU] [ENQUETES] [PLANIFI CATION] [DOCUMENTS DE REUNION] 68 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

87 EQUIPEMENT SANITAIRE ENQUETES SUR LES MENAGES XI Household structure in a West Indian society. (1990). [ENQUETES SUR LES MENAGES] [STRUC TURE SOCIALE] [ANALYSE SOCIOLOGIQUE] [MILIEU FAMILIAL] ENREGISTREMENTS TT OralandpictorialrecordsprogrammeoftheUniversity of the West Indies, St. Augustine: an overview. (1990). [ARCHIVES] [PHOTOS] [EN REG ISTRE MENTS] ENSEIGNEMENT DES LANGUES XI A regional perspective: conference papers. (1989). [ENSEIGNEMENT DES LANGUES] [LINGUIS TIQUE] [LANGUES] [BARRIERE LINGUIS TIQUE] [MULTILINGUISME] ENSEIGNEMENT PRIMAIRE XI CARICOM/CARNEID workshop. (1989). [LIVRES] [EDITION] [ENSEIGNEMENT PRIMAIRE] XZ Educational technology: can it improve educational quality?. (1990). [TECHNOLOGIE DE L'EDUCA TION] [MOYENS DE COMMUNICATION] [OR DINATEURS] [ENSEIGNEMENT PRIMAIRE] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] XI Prim ary education and literacy in the Caribbean. (1990). [EDUCATION DE BASE] [ENSEIGNE MENT PRIMAIRE] [SYSTEMES D'ENSEIGNE MENT] [CORPS ENSEIGNANT] [ELEVES] [COUT DE L'EDUCATION] ENTREPRISES CU JM Planificación Empresarial: problemas y perspectivas. (1989). [SYSTEMES DE PLANIFICATION] [GES TION D ENTREPRISES] [ENTREPRISES] Training and dissemination of managerial know-how in LDCS: Jam aica. (1990). [FORMATION A LA GESTION] [ENTREPRISES] [SOCIETES TRAN SNATIONALES] ENTREPRISES SOCIALISTES CU Tendencias organizativas de las empresas cubanas. (1989). [ECONOMIE PLANIFIEE] [ENTRE PRISES SOCIALISTES] [GESTION D'ENTRE PRISES] ENVIRONNEMENT XI Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [GESTION DE L ENVI RONNEMENT] [ENVIRONNEMENT] [PLANI FICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] XZ Attitudes to environment. (1990). [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [ATTITUDES] [EN VIRONNEMENT] [POLLUTION] [ENQUETES] XI Caribbean in the larger world: issues in environment and development. (1991). [ENVIRONNEMENT] [ENVIRONNEM ENT] [D EV ELOPPEM ENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] [DEVELOPPE MENT REGIONAL] [COOPERATION INTERNA TIONALE] XI Caribbean in the larger world: issues in environment and development. (1991). [ENVIRONNEMENT] [ENVIRONNEM ENT] [D EVELOPPEM ENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] [DEVELOPPE MENT REGIONAL] [COOPERATION INTERNA TIONALE] TT Environmental management: assesment of information needs and resources. (1990). [ENVIRONNE MENT] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [PLANIFICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] XZ Environmental problems and opportunities in small open economies. (1991). [ENVIRONNEMENT] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] XZ International relations of the Caribbean towards the year (1990). [RELATIONS INTERNATION ALES] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DE- V E L O P P E M E N T ] [M IG R A TIO N INTERNATIONALE] [DROGUES] [ENVIRON NEMENT] XL Report of the Latin American and Caribbean Regional Preparatory Meeting for the United Nations Conference on Environm ent and Development. (1991). [PLANIFICATION DE L ENVIRONNEMENT] [ENVIRONNEMENT] TT Role of the Caribbean Environment Programme in strengthening information networking for marine and coastal resource management. (1990). [ENVI RONNEMENT] [RESEAUX D INFORMATION] [SYSTEMES D INFORMATION] [GESTION DE L ENVIRONNEM EN T] [ENVIRONNEM ENT MARIN] XI Sustained development for the Caribbean. (1990). [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [CONDI TIONS ECONOMIQUES] [DEVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL] [ECONOMIE INTERNATIONALE] [ENVIRONNEMENT] ENVIRONNEMENT MARIN TT Role of the Caribbean Environment Programme in strengthening information networking for marine and coastal resource management. (1990). [ENVI RONNEMENT] [RESEAUX D INFORMATION] [SYSTEMES D'INFORMATION] [GESTION DE L 'EN V IRO N N EM EN T] [ENVIRONNEM ENT MARIN] EPICES XI Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [RE CIPIENTS] [PROTECTION DU CONSOMMA TEUR] [NORMES DE QUALITE] [ADDITIFS ALIMENTAIRES] [EXPORTATIONS] [FRUITS] [LEGUMES] [EPICES] EQUILIBRE ECOLOGIQUE XZ Managing small-island sustainability: towards a systems design. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RES SO U R C ES] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [EQUILIBRE ECOLOGIQUE] EQUILIBRE ECONOMIQUE CU Presencia e influencia de los factores de desequilibrio en las finanzas internas en Cuba. (1989). [EQUILI BRE ECONOMIQUE] EQUIPEMENT SANITAIRE TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SANTE] [CONTROLE SANI TAIRE] [SERVICES DE SANTE] [EQUIPE M ENT SA N ITA IR E] [SOINS M EDICAUX] [BESOINS ALIM ENTAIRES] [NUTRITION] [P R O T E C T IO N D E L 'E N V IR O N N E M E N T ] [MALADIES] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

88 ESCLAVAGE ESCLAVAGE XI Caribbean feminist tradition. [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] FEMME] [ESCLAVAGE] (1990). [FEMMES] [DROITS DE LA ETABLISSEMENTS D'ENSEIGNEMENT XI To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRATION REGION ALE] [ANTILLAIS] [INTEGRATION POLI TIQUE] [CARICOM] [ETABLISSEMENTS D'ENSEIGNEMENT] [TRIBUNAUX] [MARCHE FINANCIER] [ZONES MONETAIRES] [INTE GRATION CULTURELLE] [SPORTS] ETHIQUE XI ETHNICITE GY ETHNOGRAPHIE GY ETIQUETAGE XI XI Ethics among professionals: a philosophical view of a universal system. (1990). [ETHIQUE] [SYSTEMES DE VALEURS] [VALEURS SOCIALES] Ethnie conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [ETHNICITE] [CONFLITS SOCIAUX] [POUVOIR POLITIQUE] [PLURALISME CUL TUREL] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] [METHOD OLOGIE] Case of T h e Barama River Caribs of Guyana restudied". (1990). [AMERINDIENS] [ANALYSE DE M O G R A P H IQ U E ] [E T H N O G R A P H IE ] [ETUDES DE CAS] [ANTHROPOLOGIE SO CIALE ET CULTURELLE] Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [RE CIPIENTS] [PROTECTION DU CONSOMMA TEUR] [NORMES DE QUALITE] [ADDITIFS ALIMENTAIRES] [EXPORTATIONS] [FRUITS] [LEGUMES] [EPICES] Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D 'A G R IC U L T E U R S ] [C O N T R O L E DE Q U A L IT E ] [A D D ITIFS A LIM EN TA IR ES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] ETUDES BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES XI United Nations Economie Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean literature review on sociocultural impacts of tourism. (1991). [TOURISME] [IMPLICATIONS ECONOMIQUES] [IMPLICA T IO N S SO C IA L E S] [E T U D E S B IB L IO G RAPHIQUES] ETUDES DE CAS GY XI Case of T h e Barama River Caribs of Guyana restudied". (1990). [AMERINDIENS] [ANALYSE DE M O G R A P H IQ U E ] [E T H N O G R A P H IE ] [ETUDES DE CAS] [ANTHROPOLOGIE SO CIALE ET CULTURELLE] Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [ASPECTS JURIDIQUES] [PRO TECTION LEGALE] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] [ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE] [SERVICES XI TT XI TT SOCIAUX] [ALCOOLISME] [RECHERCHE SO C IA LE ] [A SPECTS P SY C H O L O G IQ U E S ] [ETUDES DE CAS] Community empowerment: alternative structures for national development. (1990). [ASSOCIATIONS] [E T U D E S D E CAS] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] Empowerment through education: power and control from the perspective of the abused child. (1990). [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [ASPECTS PSYCHOLO GIQUES] [ETUDES DE CAS] H ow tosustainasm allisland. (1990). [GESTIONDES RESSOURCES] [ETUDES DE CAS] [ILES] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [POTEN TIEL DE DEVELOPPEMENT] Partners in development: foreign technical assistance. Prescriptions and practice in a Public Transportation Development Programme in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [COOPERATIONTECHNIQUE] [TRANS PORT PUBLIC] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMEN TALE] [EVALUATION DE PROJETS] [ETUDES DE CAS] EVALUATION DE PROGRAMMES XI United States government's Caribbean Basin Initiative. (1989). [PROMOTION DES EXPORTATIONS] [EV A LU A TIO N D E PROGRAM M ES] [AC CORDS COMMERCIAUX] EVALUATION DE PROJETS TT Partners in development:foreign technical assistance. Prescriptions and practice in a Public Transportation Development Programme in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [COOPERATIONTECHNIQUE] [TRANS PORT PUBLIC] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMEN TALE] [EVALUATION DE PROJETS] [ETUDES DE CAS] EVALUATION ECONOMIQUE XI CARICOM: the promise and the reality. (1990). [CO OPERATION ECONOMIQUE] [EVALUATION E C O N O M IQ U E ] [D E V E L O P PE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] TT Modelling the balance of payments in Trinidad and Tobago, (1990). [BALANCE DES PAIE MENTS] [M ODELES ECONOM ETRIQUES] [EVALUATION ECONOMIQUE] [THEORIE MONETAIRE] VG Why does the tourist dollar m atter: an introduction to the economics of tourism in the British Virgin Islands. (1989). [T O U R ISM E ] [E V A L U A T IO N ECONOMIQUE] EXCEDENTS JM EXPORTATIONS XI XI Economic surplus: formation, distribution and role in econom ic g row th. (1990). [C R O ISSA N CE ECONOMIQUE] [EXCEDENTS] [THEORIE ECONOMIQUE] External trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean: the economic impacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [COMMERCE] [PORTO RICO] [EXPORTA TIONS] [ANALYSE ECONOMIQUE] [ANA LYSE INPUT-OUTPUT] Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [RE CIPIENTS] [PROTECTION DU CONSOMMA TEUR] [NORMES DE QUALITE] [ADDITIFS 70 CARISPLAN Abstracts,No. 22,1991

89 FISCALITE ALIMENTAIRES] [EXPORTATIONS] [FRUITS] TT Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic [LEGUMES] [EPICES] oftrinidad and Tobago). (1990). [FEMMES] XI Post harvest handling systems for tropical cut flowers, [POLITIQUE SOCIALE] [TRAVAILLEUSES] foliage and potted plants. (1990). [FLEURS] [EX [DEVELOPPEMENT RURAL] [PROJETS DE DE PORTATIONS] [CONTROLE DE QUALITE] VELOPPEMENT] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNE XI Theoretical framework for the study of cultural domination M E N T A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E SO CIA LE] by re-exportation. (1991). [CULTURE] [STATISTIQUES DEMOGRAPHIQUES] [DIFFUSION DE LA CULTURE] [EXPORTA- XZ Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women TIONS] [IMPORTATIONS] in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DES PROGRAMMES] [POLITIQUE NUTRI FABRICATION INDUSTRIELLE T IO N N E L L E ] [N U T R IT IO N H U M A IN E] TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [FEMMES] [ENFANTS] [FISE] [MALNUTRI [SECTEUR PUBLIC] [PROPRIETE PUBLIQUE] TION] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [FINANCES PUBLIQUES] [ENERGIE] [FABRI TT Study of diabetes and hypertension in women aged CATION INDUSTRIELLE] [AGRICULTURE] twenty-five and over. (1990). [FEMMES] [MALA [INDUSTRIE FORESTIERE] DIES] [DIABETE] XZ UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. FACTEURS CULTURELS (1990). [FEMMES] [JEUNESSE] [MODES DE XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AIDE A VIE] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [PLANIFI L'ENFANCE] [ASPECTS JURIDIQUES] [PRO CATION SOCIALE] [FNUAP] TECTION LEGALE] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] XL Women and new technologies. (1990). [FEMMES] [ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE] [SERVICES [NOUVELLE TECHNOLOGIE] [PRODUCTION] SOCIAUX] [ALCOOLISME] [RECHERCHE SO [REPRODUCTION] [BESOINS DE RECHER C IA LE ] [A SPECTS PSY C H O L O G IQ U E S] CHE] [ETUDES DE CAS] XA Young women and the HIVepidemic. (1990). [JEUN XZ Cross-cultural perspectives in child abuse and neglect. (1990). [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [FACTEURSCUL- ESSE] [FEMMES] [MALADIES INFECTIEUSES] [SEXE] TURELS] [ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE] XI Overcoming the socio-cultural and environmental im FINANCEMENT DU LOGEMENT pacts oftourism :the verdict for th e Caribbean. ( 1990). TT Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: [COUTS SOCIAUX] [TOURISME] [EFFETS SUR selected Central Bank essays. (1990). [BANQUES L ENVIRONNEMENT] [IMPLICATIONS SOCIA CENTRALES] [PO LITIQ U E MONETAIRE] LES] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] [PROTEC [CONTROLE DES CHANGES] [POLITIQUE FIS TION DU PATRIMOINE CULTUREL] CALE] [FINANCEMENT DU LOGEMENT] TT Mortgage market: a review of the housing finance system FAMILLE in T rin id a d an d T obago. (1990). [HY TT P O T H E Q U E S ] [FIN A N C EM EN T DU LOGEMENT] FEMMES XI TT JM XZ XZ XI TT Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [FAMILLE] [SERVICES SOCIAUX] [PROBLEMES SOCI AUX] [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [ENFANTS] [DROITS DE L'HOMME] [BIEN-ETRE SOCIAL] FINANCEMENT EXTERIEUR XZ Transnational banks and external finance: implications for developing countries. (1990). [FINANCE MENT EXTERIEUR] [DETTE EXTERIEURE] [EMPRUNTS INTERNATIONAUX] [MARCHE Caribbean feminist tradition. (1990). [FEMMES] FINANCIER INTERNATIONAL] [PAYS EN DE [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] [DROITS DE LA VELOPPEMENT] FEMME] [ESCLAVAGE] Impact of the health delivery system on women in FINANCES PUBLIQUES Trinidad and Tobago: consequences for the year 2000 TT Public sector investment programme (1990). and beyond. (1990). [SERVICES DE SANTE] [SECTEUR PUBLIC] [PROPRIETE PUBLIQUE] [SOINS MEDICAUX] [FEMMES] [FINANCES PUBLIQUES] [ENERGIE] [FABRI "It n ice". (1989). [SEC TEU R IN FO R M E L ] CATION INDUSTRIELLE] [AGRICULTURE] [FEMMES] [VENDEURS] [NEGOCIANTS] New participatory methodologies for working with TT [INDUSTRIE FORESTIERE] Review of the economy (1990). [CONDITIONS women. (1990). [FEMMES] [DANSE] [METH ECONOMIQUES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] ODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICA [FINANCES PUBLIQUES] [DEPENSES PUB TIO N ] [FEM M ES] [COM M UNICATION] LIQUES] [DONNEES STATISTIQUES] [RECES [DANSE] [METHODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE SION ECONOMIQUE] COMMUNICATION] New participatory methodologies for working with FISCALITE women. (1990). [FEMMES] [DANSE] [METH TT Value Added Tax (VAT.) - sem inar material. (1989). ODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICA TIO N ] [FEM M ES] [COM M UNICATION] [DANSE] [METHODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICATION] O ur weaknesses as we see them. (1990). [FEMMES] [PARTIS POLITIQUES] Policies for women in the rural sector, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago: executive summary. (1990). [FEMMES] [DEVELOPPEMENT RURAL] TT [TAXE A LA VALEUR AJOUTEE] [IMPOTS] [SYSTEMES FISCAUX] [FISCALITE] [IMPOT SUR LA CONSOMMATION] VAT.: systems considerations. (1989). [TAXE A LA VALEUR AJOUTEE] [IMPOTS] [FISCALITE] [REFORMES FISCALES] [IMPOT SUR LA CON SOMMATION] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

90 FISE FISE XI XZ FLEURS XI XI FMI XI FNUAP XZ FONGICIDES CU FORMATION JM TT XL GESTION] [EDUCATION DE MASSE] [FOR Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). MATION PROFESSIONNELLE] [ENFANTS] [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] XI Management training in the Eastern Caribbean: the [IN D IC A T E U R S ECO N O M IQ U ES] [IN D I challenge to the U.WJ_ (1991). [UNIVERSITES] CATEURS DE SANTE] [FISE] [PROGRAMMES DE TRAVAIL] [PROJETS DE RECHERCHE] Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICATION JM [EDUCATION] [FORMATION A LA GESTION] Training and dissemination of managerial know-how in LDCS: Jam aica. (1990). [FORMATION A LA GESTION] [ENTREPRISES] [SOCIETES TRAN DES PROGRAMMES] [POLITIQUE NUTRI SNATIONALES] T IO N N E L L E ] [N U T R IT IO N H U M A IN E ] [FEMMES] [ENFANTS] [FISE] [MALNUTRI FORMATION DU PERSONNEL TION] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] CU Formación de la fuerza de trabqjo calificada: previsiones del C he.. (1989). [INDUSTRIALISATION] [FORMATION DU PERSONNEL] [PAYS SO CIALISTES] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] Post harvest handling systems for tropical cut flowers, foliage and potted plants. (1990). [FLEURS] [EX PORTATIONS] [CONTROLE DE QUALITE] Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D 'A G R IC U L T E U R S ] [C O N T R O L E DE Q U A L IT E ] [A D D ITIFS A LIM EN TA IRES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] Debt adjustm ent and development: looking to the 1990s. (1990). [DETTE] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [COMMERCE INTER NATIONAL] [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] [FMI] [BANQUE MONDIALE] UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. (1990). [FEMMES] [JEUNESSE] [MODES DE VIE] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [PLANIFI CATION SOCIALE] [FNUAP] Cuba: utilización de la aviación agrícola. (1989). [AG RICULTURE] [FONGICIDES] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] Maternai health in Jam aica:health needs,services and utilization. (1990). [SANTE DE LA MERE ET DE L'ENFANT] [PROBLEMES SOCIAUX] [SERV ICES DE SANTE] [MALADIES CHRONIQUES] [PERSONNEL DE SANTE] [FORMATION] New era for oil in Trinidad and Tobago: imperatives for human resource development. (1990). [ENERGIE] [RESSOURCES PETROLIERES] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] [MAIN-D OEUVRE] [PLANIFICA TION] [RECRUTEM ENT] [FORMATION] [LEADERSHIP] Situación acutal en materia de prévision de caudales inundaciones en America Latina y d Caribe. (1989). [PREVENTION DES CATASTROPHES] [LUTTE ANTI-INONDATION] [FORMATION] [COOP ERATION TECHNIQUE] FORMATION A LA GESTION CU Educaciondelasmasasylacapacitaciondeloscuadros en la obra del Che (II). (1989). [FORMATION A LA FORMATION PROFESSIONNELLE CU FRUITS XI XI XI GAZ NATUREL TT GEOGRAPHIE XI Educación de las masas y la capacitación de los cuadros en la obra del Che (II). (1989). [FORMATION A LA GESTION] [EDUCATION DE MASSE] [FOR MATION PROFESSIONNELLE] Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [RE CIPIENTS] [PROTECTION DU CONSOMMA TEUR] [NORMES DE QUALITE] [ADDITIFS ALIMENTAIRES] [EXPORTATIONS] [FRUITS] [LEGUMES] [EPICES] Post harvest handling and storage of fresh fruits. (1990). [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] [CON TROLE DE QUALITE] [FRUITS] Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D 'A G R IC U L T E U R S ] [C O N T R O L E DE Q U A L IT E ] [A D D IT IFS A LIM EN TA IR ES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] Trinidad and Tobago hydrocarbons: mqjor lessons for the région. (1990). [HYDROCARBURES] [CARI COM ] [C O M M E R C E ] [PR O D U IT S PETROLIERS] [PRODUCTION] [GAZ NATU REL] West Indies: patterns of development, culture and environmental change since (1990). [GEOGRA PH IE] [H IST O IR E ] [D EVELO PPEM EN T ECONOMIQUE] [DEVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL] [CHANGEMENT CULTUREL] [INDUSTRIE DU SUCRE] GESTION D'ENTREPRISES CU Base Normativa en la Empresa. (1990). [GESTION D'ENTREPRISES] [NORMES DE PRODUCTION] CU Planificación Empresarial: problemas y perspectivas. (1989). [SYSTEMES DE PLANIFICATION] [GES TION D'ENTREPRISES] [ENTREPRISES] CU Tendencias organizativas de las empresas cubanas. (1989). [ECONOMIE PLANIFIEE] [ENTRE PRISES SOCIALISTES] [GESTION D'ENTRE PRISES] 72 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

91 GUYANA GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT XI Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the C aribbean. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [GESTION DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [ENVIRONNEMENT] [PLANI FICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] XL Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean: a proposal. (1990). [PLANIFICA TION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] XZ Approach to islands. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] [TRANSPORT] [TRANSPORT MARITIME] [ILES] [POTENTIEL DE DE VELOPPEMENT] [GESTION DE L ENVIRON NEMENT] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] XL Assessment of regional environmental trends in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEM ENT] [RESSOURCES NA TURELLES] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] XI Deterioration of Caribbean coastal zones: a recurring issue in regional development. (1990). [COTES] [GESTION DE L ENVIRONNEMENT] TT Environmental management: ass es nient of information needs and resources. (1990). [ENVIRONNE MENT] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [PLANIFICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] XI Howto sustain a small island. (1990). [GESTIONDES RESSOURCES] [ETUDES DE CAS] [ILES] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [POTEN TIEL DE DEVELOPPEMENT] ZZ Overview: sustainable development and environmental management of small islands. (1990). [ILES] [GES TION DES RESSOURCES] [POLITIQUE DE DE- V E L O P P E M E N T ] [G E STIO N DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] Potential contribution of m arine resources to sustainable development in small-island developing countries. (1990). [ILES] [RESSOURCES DE LA MER] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [GES TION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] TT Role of the Caribbean Environment Programme in strengthening information networking for m arine and coastal resource management. (1990). [ENVI RONNEMENT] [RESEAUX D'INFORMATION] [SYSTEMES D'INFORMATION] [GESTION DE L'EN VIRO NNEM ENT] [ENVIRONNEM ENT XI MARIN] Tourism and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [PROMOTION DU TOURISME] [GESTION DE L ENVIRONNEMENT] GESTION DE LA DETTE XI Debt adjustment and development: a perspective of the 1990's. (1990). [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [GESTION DE LA DETTE] [DETTE PUBLIQUE] GESTION DES EAUX XI Water resources management for sustainable developm ent. (1990). [RESSOURCES EN EAU] [GES TION DES RESSOURCES] [GESTION DES EAUX] [SYSTEMES D'INFORMATION] GESTION DES RESSOURCES XZ Approach to islands. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] [TRANSPORT] [TRANSPORT MARITIME] [ILES] [POTENTIEL DE DE VELOPPEMENT] [GESTION DE L ENVIRON NEMENT] [G ESTIO N DES RESSOURCES] XZ Approach to islands. (1990). [ILES] [GESTIONDES RESSOURCES] [TRANSPORT] [TRANSPORT MARITIME] [ILES] [POTENTIEL DE DE VELOPPEMENT] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRON NEMENT] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] XL Assessment of regional environmental trends in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [GESTION DE L'EN VIRO NN EM ENT] [RESSOURCES NA TURELLES] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] AG Avoiding waste and managing resources better: an interview with John St. Luce, M inister of Finance. (1990). [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] XI Challenges for sustainable development in small Caribbean islands. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPE MENT] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] XI Economie policy and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] [CADRE INSTITUTIONNEL] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] XI H ow tosustainasm allisland. (1990). [GESTIONDES RESSOURCES] [ETUDES DE CAS] [ILES] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [POTEN TIEL DE DEVELOPPEMENT] XZ Managing small-island sustainability: towards a systems design. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RES SO U R C E S] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [EQUILIBRE ECOLOGIQUE] ZZ Overview: sustainable development and environmental management of small islands. (1990). [ILES] [GES TION DES RESSOURCES] [POLITIQUE DE DE- V E L O P P E M E N T ] [G E STIO N DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] XI Water resources management for sustainable developm ent. (1990). [RESSOURCES EN EAU] [GES TION DES RESSOURCES] [GESTION DES EAUX] [SYSTEMES D'INFORMATION] GOUVERNEMENT MS GRENADE XI XI Some problems of micro Parliaments in Caribbean micro states: the Montserrat case. (1991). [PARLE MENT] [GOUVERNEMENT] [EDUCATION] Grenada: the way forward in the decade of the 90's. (1991). [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [COOP ERATION ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERATION REGIONALE] [GRENADE] [CARAÏBES] Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DE VELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERA T IO N R E G IO N A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [BELIZE] [DOMINIQUE] [GRENADE] [GUYANA] [JAMAÏQUE] GROUPES ETHNIQUES XI Ethnie and economic pluralism: no race is a majority - all are minorities. (1990). [MINORITES ETH NIQUES] [GROUPES ETHNIQUES] [PRO D U IT S M A N U FA C T U R E S] [RELA TIO NS RACIALES] GUYANA GY Recent economic developments in Guyana (1990). [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [CONDI TIONS ECONOMIQUES] [GUYANA] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

92 HAITI XI Report on national consultations preparatory to the IDEOLOGIES Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DE- XI VELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERA T IO N R E G IO N A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [BELIZE] [DOMINIQUE] [GRENADE] [GUYANA] [JAMAÏQUE] Getting out of the cave: tension between democracy and elitism in M arx's theory of cognitive liberation. (1990). [REVOLUTION] [DOCTRINES POLI TIQUES] [PARTIS POLITIQUES] [THEORIE POLITIQUE] [IDEOLOGIES] HAITI TT HANDICAPES XZ HISTOIRE HT XI CU BS TT TT XI XI HORTICULTURE XI XI HOTELS TT HYDROCARBURES TT HYPOTHEQUES TT Statement made by Mr. A N Jt. Robinson, Prime Minister oftrinidad and Tobago in Parliament, February 9,1990. (1990). [DEMOCRATIE] [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE] [HAITI] Disability statistics compendium. (1990). [HANDI CAPES] [INVALIDITE] [METHODOLOGIE] 1990 general elections in Haiti. (1991). [ELECTIONS] [HISTOIRE] [STABILITE POLITIQUE] [VOTE] [COMPORTEMENT POLITIQUE] Above and beyond - the airline of the New World. (1990). [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [HISTOIRE] Carnival in Cuba: another chapter in the nationalization of cu ltu re. (1990). [CUBA] [AFRIQUE] [CULTURE POPULAIRE] [HISTOIRE] Junkanoo in the B aham as. (1990). [CULTURE P O PU L A IR E ] [H IST O IR E ] [M U SIQ U E] [CHRISTIANISME] Robberin the Trinidad Carnival. (1990). [CULTURE POPULAIRE] [HISTOIRE] Short history of The Shipping Association oftrinidad and Tobago. (1991). [TRANSPORT MARITIME] [ASSOCIATIONS] [HISTOIRE] Tribute to a scholar - appreciating CX.R. Jam es. (1990). [HISTOIRE] [POLITIQUE] West Indies: patterns of development, culture and environmental change since (1990). [GEOGRA PH IE] [H ISTO IRE] [D EV ELO PPEM EN T ECONOMIQUE] [DEVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL] [CHANGEMENT CULTUREL] [INDUSTRIE DU SUCRE] ILES XZ XZ XI XP XZ XI XZ ZZ Financing investment projects of fresh horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [BANQUES AGRI COLES] [CREDIT AGRICOLE] [HORTICUL TURE] Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards. Who are we? What can we do for you?. (1990). [NORMES] [HORTICULTURE] Hotel investment opportunities. (1990). [PROMOTION DU TOURISME] Trinidad and Tobago hydrocarbons: mqjor lessons for the région. (1990). [HYDROCARBURES] [CARI COM ] [C O M M ER C E] [PR O D U IT S PETROLIERS] [PRODUCTION] [GAZ NATU REL] Mortgage market: a review of the housing finance system in T rin id a d and T obago. (1990). [HY PO T H E Q U E S ] [FIN A N C E M E N T DU LOGEMENT] Approach to islands. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] [TRANSPORT] [TRANSPORT MARITIME] [ILES] [POTENTIEL DE DE VELOPPEMENT] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRON NEMENT] [G ESTIO N DES RESSOURCES] Approach to islands. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] [TRANSPORT] [TRANSPORT MARITIME] [ILES] [POTENTIEL DE DE VELOPPEMENT] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRON NEMENT] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] Challenges for sustainable development in small Caribbean islands. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPE MENT] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] Development of alternative energy systems for island communities. (1990). [ILES] [SOURCESD'ENER GIE RENOUVELABLES] [RESSOURCES ENER GETIQUES] Economie problems and prospects of small islands. (1990). [ILES] [DEPENDANCE ECONOMIQUE] [T R A N SPO R T ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [POTENTIEL DE DEVELOPPE MENT] How to sustain a small island. (1990). [GESTIONDES RESSOURCES] [ETUDES DE CAS] [ILES] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [POTEN TIEL DE DEVELOPPEMENT] Managing small-island sustainability: towards a systems design. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RES SO U R C ES] [D E V E L O P P E M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [EQUILIBRE ECOLOGIQUE] Overview: sustain able development and environmental management of small islands. (1990). [ILES] [GES TION DES RESSOURCES] [POLITIQUE DE DE- V E L O P P E M E N T ] [G E STIO N DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] Potential contribution of m arine resources to sustainable development in small-island developing countries. (1990). [ILES] [RESSOURCESDELAMER] [DEVELOPPEM ENT ECONOMIQUE] [GES TION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [HOTELS] IMPLICATIONS ECONOMIQUES XI Drug problem: social and economic effects - policy options for the Caribbean. (1990). [IMPLICATIONS SOCIALES] [IMPLICATIONS ECONOMIQUES] [CORRUPTION] [STUPEFIANTS] [ELABORA TION D UNE POLITIQUE] [COOPERATION RE GIONALE] XI United Nations Economic Commission for Latin Am erica andthe Caribbean literature review on sociocultural impacts of tourism. (1991). [TOURISME] [IMPLICATIONS ECONOMIQUES] [IMPLICA T IO N S SO C IA L E S] [E T U D E S B IB L IO G RAPHIQUES] IMPLICATIONS SOCIALES XIf Drug problem: social and economic effects - policy options for the Caribbean. (1990). [IMPLICATIONS 74 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No.22,1991

93 INDUSTRIE ELECTRONIQUE XL XI XI SOCIALES] [IMPLICATIONS ECONOMIQUES] CATEURS DE SANTE] [FISE] [PROGRAMMES [CORRUPTION] [STUPEFIANTS] [ELABORA DE TRAVAIL] [PROJETS DE RECHERCHE] TION D'UNE POLITIQUE] [COOPERATION RE GIONALE] INDICATEURS ECONOMIQUES Growing presence of women in development. (1990). XI Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). [PARTICIPATION DES FEMMES] [IMPLICA [ENFANTS] [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] TIO N S SO CIA LES] [C O N D ITIO N DE LA [IN D IC A T E U R S ECO N O M IQ U ES] [INDI FEMME] [TRAVAILLEUSES] Overcoming the socio-cultural and environmental impacts of tourism : the verdict forthe Caribbean. (1990). [COUTS SOCIAUX] [TOURISME] [EFFETS SUR L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [IMPLICATIONS SOCIA TT CATEURS DE SANTE] [FISE] [PROGRAMMES DE TRAVAIL] [PROJETS DE RECHERCHE] Gross domestic product and terms of trade effects: the concepts and measurement of the gross domestic income. (1990). [PRODUIT INTERIEUR BRUT] LES] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] [PROTEC [INDICATEURS ECONOMIQUES] [TERMES DE TION DU PATRIMOINE CULTUREL] L ECHANGE] United Nations Economie Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean literature review on socio- INDUSTRIALISATION cultural impacts of tourism. (1991). [TOURISME] CU Formación de la fuerza de trabqjo calificada: previsiones [IMPLICATIONS ECONOMIQUES] [IMPLICA del C he.. (1989). [INDUSTRIALISATION] T IO N S SO C IA L E S] [E T U D E S B IB L IO G [FORMATION DU PERSONNEL] [PAYS SO RAPHIQUES] CIALISTES] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] IMPORTATIONS XI IMPOTS TT TT IMPRIMERIE TT Theoretical framework for the study of cultural domination by re-exportation. (1991). [CULTURE] [DIFFUSION DE LA CULTURE] [EXPORTA TIONS] [IMPORTATIONS] INDUSTRIE TT TT IMPOT SUR LA CONSOMMATION TT TT Value Added Tax (V.A.T.) - sem inar material. (1989). [TAXE A LA VALEUR AJOUTEE] [IMPOTS] [SYSTEMES FISCAUX] [FISCALITE] [IMPOT TT SUR LA CONSOMMATION] TT V A T - systems considerations. (1989). [TAXE A LA VALEUR AJOUTEE] [IMPOTS] [FISCALITE] [REFORMES FISCALES] [IMPOT SUR LA CON INDUSTRIE CHIMIQUE SOMMATION] TT Engineering and capital goods - sector profile. (1990). [INGENIERIE] [BIENS D'EQUIPEMENT] [IN DUSTRIE] Information services industry - sector profile. (1990). [SERVICES D INFORMATION] [INDUSTRIE] Plasticsindustry-sectorprofile. (1990). [INDUSTRIE DES MATIERES PLASTIQUES] [POLYMERES] [INDUSTRIE] Printing and publishing industry - sector profile. (1990). [INDUSTRIE] [IMPRIMERIE] [INDUS TRIE DU LIVRE] Chemical industry - sector profile. (1990). [INDUS TRIE CHIMIQUE] [SECTEUR INDUSTRIEL] Value Added Tax (VAT.) - sem inar material. (1989). INDUSTRIE DES MATIERES PLASTIQUES [TAXE A LA VALEUR AJOUTEE] [IMPOTS] TT Plasticsindustiy-sectorprofile. (1990). [INDUSTRIE [SYSTEMES FISCAUX] [FISCALITE] [IMPOT DES MATIERES PLASTIQUES] [POLYMERES] SUR LA CONSOMMATION] [INDUSTRIE] V A T j systems considerations. (1989). [TAXE A LA VALEUR AJOUTEE] [IMPOTS] [FISCALITE] INDUSTRIE DU LIVRE [REFORMES FISCALES] [IMPOT SUR LA CON TT Printing and publishing industry - sector profile. SOMMATION] (1990). [INDUSTRIE] [IMPRIMERIE] [INDUS TRIE DU LIVRE] Printing and publishing industry - sector profile. INDUSTRIE DU SUCRE (1990). [INDUSTRIE] [IMPRIMERIE] [INDUS CU Autoconsumo en el MINAZ. (1989). [INDUSTRIE DU TRIE DU LIVRE] SUCRE] [COOPERATIVES DE CONSOMMA TION] [AGROINDUSTRIE] [CONSOMMA INCENDIES US Library disaster preparedness support networks. CU TION] Rentabilidad délos complejos agroindustriales azucareros (1989). [BIBLIOTHEQUES] [PREVENTION DES de la provincia de la Habana en d periodo de CATASTROPHES] [DESASTRES NATURELS] (1989). [RENTABILITE] [AGROIN [INCENDIES] [EAU] [ENQUETES] [PLANIFI DUSTRIE] [INDUSTRIE DU SUCRE] CATION] [DOCUMENTS DE REUNION] XI West Indies: patterns of development, culture and environmental change since (1990). [GEOGRA INDEPENDANCE PH IE] [H IST O IR E ] [D EVELOPPEM ENT ZZ C X Jl. James's conceptualization of the notion of self- ECONOMIQUE] [DEVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL] government - an appreciation and analysis. (1990). [CHANGEMENT CULTUREL] [INDUSTRIE DU [THEORIE POLITIQUE] [DECOLONISATION] SUCRE] [INDEPENDANCE] INDUSTRIE ELECTRONIQUE INDICATEURS DE SANTE TT Electronics industry-sector profile- (1990). [INDUS XI Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). TRIE ELECTRONIQUE] [ENFANTS] [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [IN D IC A T E U R S E CO N O M IQ U ES] [INDI- CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

94 INDUSTRIE FAMILIALE INDUSTRIE FAMILIALE TT Starting your own business - the key questions and answers you need to know. (1991). [PETITE INDUS TRIE] [INDUSTRIE FAMILIALE] INGENIERIE TT Engineering and capital goods - sector profile. (1990). [INGENIERIE] [BIENS D EQUIPEMENT] [IN DUSTRIE] INDUSTRIE FORESTIERE TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [SECTEUR PUBLIC] [PROPRIETE PUBLIQUE] [FINANCES PUBLIQUES] [ENERGIE] [FABRI CATION INDUSTRIELLE] [AGRICULTURE] [INDUSTRIE FORESTIERE] INDUSTRIE HOTELIERE )M Socio-economic study of the tourism industry in Jamaica. (1991). [TOURISME] [INDUSTRIE HO TELIERE] INDUSTRIE METALLURGIQUE CU Industria del niquel en Cuba. (1989). [INDUSTRIE METALLURGIQUE] [NICKEL] INDUSTRIE PETROCHIMIQUE TT Petrochemical industry - sector profile. (1990). [IN DUSTRIE PETROCHIMIQUE] INDUSTRIE SIDERURGIQUE XZ Notes on the world steel industry. (1990). [ACIER] [INDUSTRIE SIDERURGIQUE] INDUSTRIE TEXTILE TT Women and garment production in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TRAVAILLEUSES] [IN DUSTRIE TEXTILE] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] INFIRMIERES TT INFLATION TT Address by Mr. AJVJR. Robinson, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago at the sixtieth anniversary ofthe Trinidad and Tobago Registered Nurses' Association on Monday, June 4,1990. (1990). [INFIRMIERES] [PERSONNEL DE SANTE] Economic reaction to a sectorial boom: Trinidad and Tobago (1989). [MACROECONOMIE] [INFLATION] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMEN TALE] INFRASTRUCTURE DU TOURISME XZ Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [TOURISME] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [INFRASTRUCTURE DU TOURISME] [STATISTIQUE] [INFRASTRUCTURE PHY SIQUE] [CIRCULATION AERIENNE] XZ Tourism:planning,promotion and marketing. (1990). [T O U R ISM E ] [D E V E L O P P E M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [PROMOTION DU TOURISME] [PLANIFICATION] [COMMERCIALISATION] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [INFRA STRUCTURE DU TOURISME] INFRASTRUCTURE PHYSIQUE XZ Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [TOURISME] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [INFRASTRUCTURE DU TOURISME] [STATISTIQUE] [INFRASTRUCTURE PHY SIQUE] [CIRCULATION AERIENNE] INGENIEURS TT INNOVATIONS XI Graduate tracer study: a report on a survey of graduates in Engineering (UWI). (1989). [INGENIEURS] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] [TRAVAILLEURS PROFESSIONNELS] Economie development in the Caribbean: facilitating technological innovation. (1990). [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE] [DEPENDANCE TECH- N O L O G IQ U E ] [IN V EST ISSE M E N TS ETRANGERS] [CHANGEMENT TECHNOLO GIQUE] [INNOVATIONS] [DEVELOPPEMENT INDUSTRIEL] INSTITUTIONS FINANCIERES TT G overnors papers, : a bibliography:- speeches and papers of the former Governors of the Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLI TIQ U E E CO N O M IQ U E] [BANQUES CEN TRALES] [INSTITUTIONS FINANCIERES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [BALANCE DES PAIEMENTS] INTEGRATION CULTURELLE XI Integration and participatory development: selected papers and proceedings of the second conference of Caribbean economists. (1990). [INTEGRATION REGIONALE] [INTEGRATION POLITIQUE] [INTEGRATION CULTURELLE] XI To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRATION REGION ALE] [ANTILLAIS] [INTEGRATION POLI TIQ UE] [CARICOM] [ETABLISSEMENTS D'ENSEIGNEMENT] [TRIBUNAUX] [MARCHE FINANCIER] [ZONES MONETAIRES] [INTE GRATION CULTURELLE] [SPORTS] INTEGRATION ECONOMIQUE XI Regional cooperation as an dem ent of Caribbean development strategy. (1990). [INTEGRATION RE GIONALE] [INTEGRATION ECONOMIQUE] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [CARI COM] INTEGRATION POLITIQUE XI Integration and participatory development: selected papers and proceedings of the second conference of Caribbean economists. (1990). [INTEGRATION REGIONALE] [INTEGRATION POLITIQUE] [INTEGRATION CULTURELLE] XI To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRATION REGION ALE] [ANTILLAIS] [INTEGRATION POLI TIQUE] [CARICOM] [ETABLISSEMENTS D'ENSEIGNEMENT] [TRIBUNAUX] [MARCHE FINANCIER] [ZONES MONETAIRES] [INTE GRATION CULTURELLE] [SPORTS] INTEGRATION REGIONALE XI Cuba / Caricom relations: proposals. (1990). [CARI COM] [INTEGRATION REGIONALE] [COOP ERATION ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERATION TECHNIQUE] 76 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

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97 LUTTE ANTI-INONDATION XI XI XI XI XI Integration and participatory development: selected papers and proceedings of the second conference of Caribbean economists. (1990). [INTEGRATION REGIONALE] [INTEGRATION POLITIQUE] [INTEGRATION CULTURELLE] Regional cooperation as an element of Caribbean development strategy. (1990). [INTEGRATION RE GIONALE] [INTEGRATION ECONOMIQUE] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [CARI COM] Relations between the French Overseas Departments and CARICOM. (1990). [CARICOM] [INTEGRA TION REGIONALE] To be a West Indian: a personal view ofthe integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRATION REGION ALE] [ANTILLAIS] [INTEGRATION POLI TIQ UE] [CARICOM] [ETABLISSEMENTS D ENSEIGNEMENT] [TRIBUNAUX] [MARCHE FINANCIER] [ZONES MONETAIRES] [INTE GRATION CULTURELLE] [SPORTS] UnifiedregionalEuropeanmarfcetanditsimpIications challenges the Caribbean. (1990). [COMMUNAU TES EUROPEENNES] [INTEGRATION RE G IO N A L E ] [M A R C H E ] [C R O ISSA N C E ECONOMIQUE] XA LANGUES XI LEADERSHIP TT LEADERSHIP POLITIQUE TT VIE] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [PLANIFI CATION SOCIALE] [FNUAP] Young women and the HIV epidemic. (1990). [JEUN ESSE] [FEMMES] [MALADIES INFECTIEUSES] [SEXE] A regional perspective: conference papers. (1989). [ENSEIGNEMENT DES LANGUES] [LINGUIS TIQUE] [LANGUES] [BARRIERE LINGUIS TIQUE] [MULTILINGUISME] New era foroil in Trinidad and Tobago: impera ti ves for human resource development. (1990). [ENERGIE] [RESSOURCES PETROLIERES] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] [MAIN-D'OEUVRE] [PLANIFICA TION] [RECRUTEM ENT] [FORMATION] [LEADERSHIP] Politics, public policy and Friendly Societies in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [LEADERSHIP POLI T IQ U E ] [A N A L Y SE H IS T O R IQ U E ] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMENTALE] INVALIDITE XZ INVENTAIRES XL Disability statistics compendium. (1990). [HANDI CAPES] [INVALIDITE] [METHODOLOGIE] Preparation of inventories and balance sheets of the n a tu ra l and cultural heritage. (1990). [RES SOURCES NATURELLES] [PATRIMOINE CUL T U R E L ] [IN V E N T A IR E S] [C O M PTES NATIONAUX] [CLASSIFICATION] INVESTISSEMENTS TT Development of the securities market in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [VALEURS MOBILIERES] [IN VESTISSEMENTS] [OBLIGATIONS] [AC TIONS] [MARCHE FINANCIER] CU Inversiones en la planificación territorial. (1989). [IN VESTISSEMENTS] TT Memorandum to the Government oftrinidad and Tobago on (l)the National Concert Hall (2)capital investm ents by the steelband m ovem ent. (1990). [INVESTISSEMENTS] [BIENS D EQUIPEMENT] [ARTS DU SPECTACLE] INVESTISSEMENTS ETRANGERS XI Economie development in the Caribbean: facilitating technological innovation. (1990). [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE] [DEPENDANCE TECH- N O L O G IQ U E ] [IN V ESTISSEM EN TS ETRANGERS] [CHANGEMENT TECHNOLO GIQUE] [INNOVATIONS] [DEVELOPPEMENT INDUSTRIEL] JAMAÏQUE XI JEUNESSE XZ Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DE VELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERA T IO N R E G IO N A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [BELIZE] [DOMINIQUE] [GRENADE] [GUYANA] [JAMAÏQUE] UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. (1990). [FEMMES] [JEUNESSE] [MODES DE LEGUMES XI XI XI LINGUISTIQUE XI LIVRES XI Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [RE CIPIENTS] [PROTECTION DU CONSOMMA TEUR] [NORMES DE QUALITE] [ADDITIFS ALIMENTAIRES] [EXPORTATIONS] [FRUITS] [LEGUMES] [EPICES] Post harvest handling systems for vegetables. (1990). [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] [LEGUMES] [CONTROLE DE QUALITE] Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D A G R IC U L T E U R S ] [C O N TROLE DE Q U A L IT E ] [A D D IT IFS A LIM ENTAIRES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] A regional perspective: conference papers. (1989). [ENSEIGNEMENT DES LANGUES] [LINGUIS TIQUE] [LANGUES] [BARRIERE LINGUIS TIQUE] [MULTILINGUISME] CARICOM/CARNEID workshop. (1989). [LIVRES] [EDITION] [ENSEIGNEMENT PRIMAIRE] LOGEMENT A FAIBLE COUT TT Political enconomy of the Sou-Sou Lands initiative. (1990). [CO OPERATIV ES DE LOGEMENT] [PROGRAMMES DE LOGEMENTS] [LOGE MENT A FAIBLE COUT] LUTTE ANTI-INONDATION XL Situación acuta! en m ateria de prevision de caudales inundaciones en America Latina y el Caribe. (1989). [PREVENTION DES CATASTROPHES] [LUTTE ANTI-INONDATION] [FORMATION] [COOP ERATION TECHNIQUE] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

98 MACROECONOMIE MACROECONOMIE CU Cuba: crecimiento economico e inestabilidad externa. (1990). [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [MAC ROECONOMIE] [CUBA] [COMMERCE EXTER IEUR] [STABILISATION ECONOMIQUE] TT Economie reaction to a sectorial boom: Trinidad and Tobago (1989). [MACROECONOMIE] [INFLATION] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMEN TALE] GY Macro-economic model of tbe Guyanese economy. (1990). [MODELES ECONOMETRIQUES] [MAC R O E C O N O M IE ] [D E V E L O P PE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] MAIN-D'OEUVRE TT TT MALADIES TT TT MALNUTRITION XZ MARCHE XI National consultation working paper on hum an resources development. (1990). [RESSOURCES HU MAINES] [MAIN-D'OEUVRE] New era for oil in Trinidad and Tobago: im peratives for human resource development. (1990). [ENERGIE] [RESSOURCES PETROLIERES] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] [MAIN-D'OEUVRE] [PLANIFICA TION] [RECRUTEM ENT] [FORMATION] [LEADERSHIP] Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SANTE] [CONTROLE SANI TAIRE] [SERVICES DE SANTE] [EQUIPEMENT SANITAIRE] [SOINS MEDICAUX] [BESOINS ALIMENTAIRES] [NUTRITION] [PROTEC TION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [MALADIES] Study of diabetes and hypertension in women aged twenty-five and over. (1990). [FEMMES] [MALA DIES] [DIABETE] MALADIES CHRONIQUES JM Maternal health in Jam aica:health needs,services and utilization. (1990). [SANTE DE LA MERE ET DE L'ENFANT] [PROBLEMES SOCIAUX] [SERV ICES DE SANTE] [MALADIES CHRONIQUES] [PERSONNEL DE SANTE] [FORMATION] MALADIES INFECTIEUSES X A Young women and the HIV epidemic. (1990). [JEUN ESSE] [FEMMES] [MALADIES INFECTIEUSES] [SEXE] Strategy forim proved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DES PROGRAMMES] [POLITIQUE NUTRI T IO N N E L L E ] [N U T R IT IO N H U M A IN E] [FEMMES] [ENFANTS] [FISE] [MALNUTRI TION] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] Unified regional European market and its implications challenges the Caribbean. (1990). [COMMUNAU TES EUROPEENNES] [INTEGRATION RE G IO N A L E ] [M A R C H E] [C R O ISSA N C E ECONOMIQUE] MARCHE FINANCIER TT Development of the securities market in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [VALEURS MOBILIERES] [IN VESTISSEMENTS] [OBLIGATIONS] [AC TIONS] [MARCHE FINANCIER] XI To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRATION REGION ALE] [ANTILLAIS] [INTEGRATION POLI TIQ UE] [CARICOM] [ETABLISSEMENTS D'ENSEIGNEMENT] [TRIBUNAUX] [MARCHE FINANCIER] [ZONES MONETAIRES] [INTE GRATION CULTURELLE] [SPORTS] MARCHE FINANCIER INTERNATIONAL TT Choice of exchange rate regime in a world of floating rates. (1990). [CONTROLE DES CHANGES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [MARCHE FINAN CIER INTERNATIONAL] XZ Transnational banks and external finance: im plications for developing countries. (1990). [FINANCE MENT EXTERIEUR] [DETTE EXTERIEURE] [EMPRUNTS INTERNATIONAUX] [MARCHE FINANCIER INTERNATIONAL] [PAYS EN DE VELOPPEMENT] MARCHE MONETAIRE TT M arket for treasury bills in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [MARCHE MONETAIRE] [BONS DU TRESOR] [EMPRUNTS PUBLICS] TT Monetary policy indicators in area countries. (1990). [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [MARCHE MONE TAIRE] MATIERES PLASTIQUES XI New developments in packaging material for use in exporting fresh horticultural products. (1990). [EM BALLAGE] [BOIS] [CARTON] [MATIERES PLASTIQUES] METHODOLOGIE XI Commoditysystemsassessmentmethodologyforproblem and project identification. (1990). [METHOD OLOGIE] [PROJETS DE DEVELOPPEMENT] XZ Disability statistics compendium. (1990). [HANDI CAPES] [INVALIDITE] [METHODOLOGIE] G Y Ethnie conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [ETHNICITE] [CONFLITS SOCIAUX] [POUVOIR POLITIQUE] [PLURALISME CUL TUREL] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] [METHOD OLOGIE] XZ New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [FEMMES] [DANSE] [METHOD OLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICATION] [FEMMES] [COMMUNICATION] [DANSE] [METHODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMU NICATION] XZ New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [FEMMES] [DANSE] [METHOD OLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICATION] [FEMMES] [COMMUNICATION] [DANSE] [METHODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMU NICATION] MARCHE DU TRAVAIL NG Manpower planning with occupational choice: a Nigerian example of mismatch. (1990). [MARCHE DU TRAVAIL] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [BE SOINS ENMAIN-D'OEUVRE] [PLANIFICATION DE LA MAIN-D OEUVRE] [CHOIX D'UNE PRO FESSION] MIGRATION XI Migration and the demographic transition: a West Indian example. (1990). [MIGRATION] [ANALYSE DEMOGRAPHIQUE] [TAUX DE NATALITE] [TAUX DE MORTALITE] [RECENSEMENTS DE POPULATION] 78 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

99 NORMES DE QUALITE MIGRATION INTERNATIONALE MOYENS DE COMMUNICATION XZ International relations of the Caribbean towards the year (1990). [RELATIONS INTERNATION XZ Educational technology: can it improve educational quality?. (1990). [TECHNOLOGIE DE L'EDUCA ALES] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DE TION] [MOYENS DE COMMUNICATION] [OR V E L O P P E M E N T ] [M IG R A TIO N DINATEURS] [ENSEIGNEMENT PRIMAIRE] INTERNATIONALE] [DROGUES] [ENVIRON [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] NEMENT] MOYENS DE COMMUNICATION DE MASSE MILIEU FAMILIAL XI Who owns Caribbean mass media? Foreign domination XI Household structure in a West Indian society. (1990). - a passing phase. (1991). [MOYENS DE COM [ENQUETES SUR LES MENAGES] [STRUC MUNICATION DE MASSE] [POSSESSION] TURE SOCIALE] [ANALYSE SOCIOLOGIQUE] [MILIEU FAMILIAL] MULTILINGUISME XI A regional perspective: conference papers. (1989). MINORITES ETHNIQUES [ENSEIGNEMENT DES LANGUES] [LINGUIS XI Ethnie and economic pluralism : no race is a majority TIQUE] [LANGUES] [BARRIERE LINGUIS - all are minorities. (1990). [MINORITES ETH TIQUE] [MULTILINGUISME] NIQUES] [GROUPES ETHNIQUES] [PRO D U IT S M A N U FA C TU R ES] [R ELA TIO N S MUSIQUE RACIALES] BS Junkanoo in the B aham as. (1990). [CULTURE PO P U L A IR E ] [H IS T O IR E ] [M USIQ UE] [CHRISTIANISME] MODELES ECONOMETRIQUES TT Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [STA TISTIQ U ES ECONOM IQUES] [M ODELES ECONOMIQUES] [MODELES ECONOMETRI QUES] [ANALYSE INPUT-OUTPUT] [STATIS T IQ U E ] [C O M PT A B IL IT E N A TIO N A LE] [POPULATION] G Y Macro-economic model of the Guyanese economy. (1990). [MODELES ECONOMETRIQUES] [MAC R O E C O N O M IE ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] TT Modelling the balance of payments in Trinidad and Tobago, (1990). [BALANCE DES PAIE MENTS] [MODELES ECONOMETRIQUES] [EVALUATION ECONOMIQUE] [THEORIE MONETAIRE] NAMIBIE NA NEGOCIANTS JM JM JM Report on the Namibia experience. (1989). [ELEC TIONS] [VOTE] [NAMIBIE] Contribution of sidewalk vendors and higglers to the economy. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [VEN DEURS] [NEGOCIANTS] [COMMERCE DE DE TAIL] Informai commercial importers and the manufacturing sector. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [EC O N O M IE O C C U LTE] [NEGOCIANTS] [COMMERCE DE DETAIL] In form al com m ercial im porters : their origin, and their problems. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [VEN DEURS] [COMMERCE INTERIEUR] [COM MERCE DE DETAIL] [NEGOCIANTS] "It nice". (1989). [SE C TEU R IN FO R M EL] [FEMMES] [VENDEURS] [NEGOCIANTS] MODELES ECONOMIQUES TT Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [STA TISTIQ U ES ECO N OM IQUES] [M ODELES JM ECONOMIQUES] [MODELES ECONOMETRI QUES] [ANALYSE INPUT-OUTPUT] [STATIS T IQ U E ] [C O M PT A B IL IT E N A TIO N A LE] NICKEL [POPULATION] CU Industria del niquel en Cuba. (1989). [INDUSTRIE TT Simple model of the money supply process in open METALLURGIQUE] [NICKEL] petroleum econom ies. (1990). [M O D EL E S ECONOMIQUES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] NORMES XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of MODES DE VIE horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS AG Developing healthy lifestyles in school children: the TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES Antigua experience. (1990). [ENFANTS] [SANTE] RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI [MODES DE VIE] QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT XZ UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI (1990). [FEMMES] [JEUNESSE] [MODES DE CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS VIE] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [PLANIFI D 'A G R IC U L T E U R S ] [C O N TR O LE DE CATION SOCIALE] [FNUAP] Q U A L IT E ] [A D D IT IFS A LIM EN TA IRES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] MOUVEMENTS OUVRIERS [LEGUMES] XI Labour and sustainable development. (1990). [SYN XI Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards. Who are DICATS] [RELATIONS PROFESSIONNELLES] we? What can we do for you?. (1990). [NORMES] [MOUVEMENTS OUVRIERS] [HORTICULTURE] XI Women's organisations in the Caribbean Community from thel9tb century to today. (1990). [ORGANISA NORMES DE PRODUCTION TIONS FEMININES] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] CU Base Normativa en la Empresa. (1990). [GESTION [MOUVEMENTS OUVRIERS] [PARTIS POLI D'ENTREPRISES] [NORMES DE PRODUCTION] TIQUES] NORMES DE QUALITE XI Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [RE- CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

100 NOUVELLE TECHNOLOGIE CIPIENTS] [PROTECTION DU CONSOMMA TEUR] [NORMES DE QUALITE] [ADDITIFS ALIMENTAIRES] [EXPORTATIONS] [FRUITS] [LEGUMES] [EPICES] NOUVELLE TECHNOLOGIE ZZ First Caribbean Conference and Exhibition on Artificial Intelligence - Book of abstracts. (1989). [AUTO MATISATION] [NOUVELLE TECHNOLOGIE] [ORDINATEURS] XL Women and new technologies. (1990). [FEMMES] [NOUVELLE TECHNOLOGIE] [PRODUCTION] [REPRODUCTION] [BESOINS DE RECHER CHE] NUTRITION TT XI Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SANTE] [CONTROLE SANI TAIRE] [SERVICES DE SANTE] [EQUIPEMENT SANITAIRE] [SOINS MEDICAUX] [BESOINS ALIMENTAIRES] [NUTRITION] [PROTEC TION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [MALADIES] Education tools to facilitate behaviour change. (1990). [REGIME ALIMENTAIRE] [COMPORTEMENT] [NUTRITION] NUTRITION HUMAINE XZ Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DES PROGRAMMES] [POLITIQUE NUTRI T IO N N E L L E ] [N U T R IT IO N H U M A IN E] [FEMMES] [ENFANTS] [FISE] [MALNUTRI TION] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] OBLIGATIONS TT ONU XL ORDINATEURS XI XZ ZZ Development of the securities market in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [VALEURS MOBILIERES] [IN VESTISSEMENTS] [OBLIGATIONS] [AC TIONS] [MARCHE FINANCIER] Horizontal co-operation on environmental issues in Latin America and thecaribbean:thechallengeofan ideain times of crisis. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DE L ENVIRONNEMENT) [COOPERATION HORI ZONTALE] [ONU] Computerization in small ports. (1991). [PORTS] [TRAITEMENT ELECTRONIQUE DES DON NEES] [ORDINATEURS] Educational technology: can it improve educational quality?. (1990). [TECHNOLOGIE DE L EDUCA TION] [MOYENS DE COMMUNICATION] [OR DINATEURS] [ENSEIGNEMENT PRIMAIRE] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] First Caribbean Conference and Exhibition on Artificial Intelligence - Book of abstracts. (1989). [AUTO MATISATION] [NOUVELLE TECHNOLOGIE] [ORDINATEURS] ORGANISATIONS FEMININES TT Organising as consumers: the experience of the Housewives Association of Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [ORGANISATIONS FEMININES] [CONSOMMA TEURS] [ASPECTS POLITIQUES] XI Women's organisations in the Caribbean Community from the 19th century to today. (1990). [ORGANISA TIONS FEMININES] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] [MOUVEMENTS OUVRIERS] [PARTIS POLI TIQUES] ORGANISATIONS INTERNATIONALES XI Influencing international institutions. (1990). [OR GANISATIONS INTERNATIONALES] [COOP ERATION INTERNATIONALE] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMENTALE] ORGANISATIONS NON-GOUVERNEMENTALES XI Non-governm ental organizations and alternative strategies : bridging the developm ent gap between Central America and the Caribbean. (1990). [ORGANI SATIONS NON-GOUVERNEMENTALES] PARLEMENT MS Some problems of micro Parliaments in Caribbean micro states: the Montserrat case. (1991). [PARLE MENT] [GOUVERNEMENT] [EDUCATION] PARTICIPATION AUX BENEFICES CU Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [STIMU LANTS] [PRIMES DE SALAIRE] [SYSTEMES DE REMUNERATION] [PAYS SOCIALISTES] [PARTICIPATION AUX BENEFICES] [PARTICI PATION DES TRAVAILLEURS] PARTICIPATION DES FEMMES XL Growing presence of women in development. (1990). [PARTICIPATION DES FEMMES] [IMPLICA T IO N S SO CIA LES] [C O N D IT IO N D E LA FEMME] [TRAVAILLEUSES] XL Incorporation of women in development policies. (1989). [P A R T IC IP A T IO N DES FEM M ES] [PL A N IFIC A T IO N DU D EV ELO PPEM EN T] [TRAVAILLEUSES] XL Unequal participation by women in the working world. (1990). [POPULATION ACTIVE] [PARTICIPA TIO N DES FEM M ES] [TRAVAILLEUSES] [AMERIQUE LATINE] ORGANISATION DU TRAVAIL CU Coeficiente de participación laboral y la estimulación en las formas colectivas deorgani del trabqjo. (1989). [TRAVAIL D'EQUIPE] [PRIMES DE SALAIRE] [ORGANISATION DU TRAVAIL] [PARTICIPA TION DES TRAVAILLEURS] PARTICIPATION DES TRAVAILLEURS CU Coeficiente de participación laboral y la estimulación en las formas colectivas de organi del trabqjo. (1989). [TRAVAIL D'EQUIPE] [PRIMES DE SALAIRE] [ORGANISATION DU TRAVAIL] [PARTICIPA TION DES TRAVAILLEURS] CU Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [STIMU LANTS] [PRIMES DE SALAIRE] [SYSTEMES DE REMUNERATION] [PAYS SOCIALISTES] [PARTICIPATION AUX BENEFICES] [PARTICI PATION DES TRAVAILLEURS] PARTICIPATION SOCIALE XI Human resources development: public awareness / participation policies and practices. (1990). [POLI TIQUE GOUVERNEMENTALE] [PARTICIPA TION SOCIALE] PARTIS POLITIQUES XI Getting out of the cave: tension between democracy and elitism in M arx's theory of cognitive liberation. 80 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No.22,1991

101 PERTES APRES RECOLTE XI XI (1990). [REVOLUTION] [DOCTRINES POLI TIQUES] [PARTIS POLITIQUES] [THEORIE POLITIQUE] [IDEOLOGIES] O ur weaknesses as we see them. (1990). [FEMMES] [PARTIS POLITIQUES] Womens organisations in the Caribbean Community from the 19th century to today. (1990). [ORGANISA TIONS FEMININES] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] [MOUVEMENTS OUVRIERS] [PARTIS POLI TIQUES] PATRIMOINE CULTUREL XL Preparation of inventories and balance sheets of the TION] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] n a tu ra l and cultu ral h eritage. (1990). [RES XZ Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and SOURCES NATURELLES] [PATRIMOINE CUL figures. (1990). [TOURISME] [DONNEES STA T U R E L ] [IN V E N T A IR E S] [C O M PTES TISTIQUES] [PREVISIONS] [ANALYSE STA NATIONAUX] [CLASSIFICATION] TISTIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [ECONOMIE INTERNA PAUVRETE XL Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposai for Latin America. (1989). [POLITIQUE XZ TIONALE] Transnational banks and external finance: implications for developing countries. (1990). [FINANCE ECONOM IQUE] [AGRICULTURE] [PAU MENT EXTERIEUR] [DETTE EXTERIEURE] VRETE] [ZONES RURALES] [DEVELOPPE [EMPRUNTS INTERNATIONAUX] [MARCHE M EN T A G R IC O L E ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T FINANCIER INTERNATIONAL] [PAYS EN DE RURAL] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] VELOPPEMENT] XZ UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. PAYS DEVELOPPES (1990). [FEMMES] [JEUNESSE] [MODES DE XI Debt adjustm ent and development: looking to the VIE] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [PLANIFI 1990s. (1990). [DETTE] [DEVELOPPEMENT CATION SOCIALE] [FNUAP] ECONOMIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [COMMERCE INTER- PAYS SOCIALISTES NATIONAL] [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] CU Formación de la fuerza de trabajo calificada: previsiones [FMI] [BANQUE MONDIALE] del C he.. (1989). [INDUSTRIALISATION] XZ International relations of the Caribbean towards the [FORMATION DU PERSONNEL] [PAYS SOyear (1990). [RELATIONS INTERNATION CIALISTES] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] ALES] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DE- CU Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [STIMU XZ V E L O P P E M E N T ] [M IG R A TIO N INTERNATIONALE] [DROGUES] [ENVIRON NEMENT] Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [TOURISME] [DONNEES STA TISTIQUES] [PREVISIONS] [ANALYSE STA TISTIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [ECONOMIE INTERNA TIONALE] XZ XZ SOINS EN MAIN-D'OEUVRE] [PLANIFICATION DE LA MAIN-D'OEUVRE] [CHOIX D'UNE PRO FESSION] Multivariate statistical analysis of country classification: the identification of small developing countries. (1990). [ANALYSE STATISTIQUE] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [CLASSIFICATION] Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DES PROGRAMMES] [POLITIQUE NUTRI- T IO N N E L L E ] [N U T R IT IO N H U M A IN E] [FEMMES] [ENFANTS] [FISE] [MALNUTRI LANTS] [PRIMES DE SALAIRE] [SYSTEMES DE REMUNERATION] [PAYS SOCIALISTES] [PARTICIPATION AUX BENEFICES] [PARTICI PATION DES TRAVAILLEURS] PEINE DE MORT TT D eath penalty in T rinidad and Tobago. (1990). [PEINE DE MORT] [DROIT PENAL] [SANC TIONS PENALES] PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT XI Debt adjustm ent and development: looking to the 1990s. (1990). [DETTE] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [COMMERCE INTER NATIONAL] [AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT] [FMI] [BANQUE MONDIALE] XZ Educational technology: can it improve educational quality?. (1990). [TECHNOLOGIE DE L'EDUCA TION] [MOYENS DE COMMUNICATION] [OR DINATEURS] [ENSEIGNEMENT PRIMAIRE] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] XZ Environmental problems and opportunities in small open economies. (1991). [ENVIRONNEMENT] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] XZ International relations of the Caribbean towards the year (1990). [RELATIONS INTERNATION ALES] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DE V E L O P P E M E N T ] [M IG R A TIO N INTERNATIONALE] [DROGUES] [ENVIRON NEMENT] NG Manpower planning with occupational choice: a Nigerian example of mismatch. (1990). [MARCHE DU TRAVAIL] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [BE- PERSONNEL DE SANTE TT Address by Mr. AJVR. Robinson, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago at the sixtieth anniversary ofthe Trinidad and Tobago Registered Nurses' Association on Monday, June 4,1990. (1990). [INFIRMIERES] [PERSONNEL DE SANTE] JM Maternal health in Jam aica:healtb needs,services and utilization. (1990). [SANTE DE LA MERE ET DE L'ENFANT] [PROBLEMES SOCIAUX] [SERV ICES DE SANTE] [MALADIES CHRONIQUES] [PERSONNEL DE SANTE] [FORMATION] PERTES APRES RECOLTE XI Post-harvest pathology offruits and vegetables. (1990). [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D 'A G R IC U L T E U R S ] [C O N TR O LE DE CARISPLAN Abstracts,No.22,

102 PETITE INDUSTRIE Q U A L IT E ] [A D D ITIFS A LIM EN TA IR ES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] PETITE INDUSTRIE TT Starting your own business - the key questions and answers you need to know. (1991). [PETITE INDUS TRIE] [INDUSTRIE FAMILIALE] XL idea in times of crisis. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DE L ENVIRONNEMENT] [COOPERATION HORI ZONTALE] [ONU] Report ofthe Latin American and Caribbean Regional Preparatory Meeting for the United Nations Conference on Environm ent and Development. (1991). [PLANIFICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEM ENT] [ENVIRONNEMENT] PHOTOS TT PLANIFICATION US TT CU Oral and pictorial records programmeof the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine: an overview. (1990). [ARCHIVES] [PHOTOS] [EN REG ISTRE MENTS] Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [BIBLIOTHEQUES] [PREVENTION DES CATASTROPHES] [DESASTRES NATURELS] [INCENDIES] [EAU] [ENQUETES] [PLANIFI CATION] [DOCUMENTS DE REUNION] N eweraforoilintrinidadandtobago:imperativesfor human resource development. (1990). [ENERGIE] [RESSOURCES PETROLIERES] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] [MAIN-D OEUVRE] [PLANIFICA TION] [RECRUTEM ENT] [FORMATION] [LEADERSHIP] Reforzamiento de la capacidad de análisis de las estadísticas socioeconómicas en d proceso de planificació n del d e s a rro llo.. (1990). [D O N N EES STATISTIQUES] [DEMOGRAPHIE] [PLANIFI CATION] [STATISTIQUES ECONOMIQUES] XZ Tourism:planning,promotionandm arketing. (1990). [T O U R ISM E ] [D E V E L O P P E M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [PROMOTION DU TOURISME] [PLANIFICATION] [COMMERCIALISATION] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [INFRA STRUCTURE DU TOURISME] PLANIFICATION DE L ENVIRONNEMENT XI Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [GESTION DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [ENVIRONNEMENT] [PLANI FICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] XI Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [GESTION DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [ENVIRONNEMENT] [PLANI FICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] XL Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean: a proposal. (1990). [PLANIFICA TION DE L ENVIRONNEMENT] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] TT Environmental management: assesment of information needs and resources. (1990). [ENVIRONNE MENT] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [PLANIFICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] XL E nvironm ent, crisis and developm ent. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [PLA N IFICA TIO N DU D EV ELO PPEM EN T] [RESSOURCES NATURELLES] [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] XL Final report of the First Meeting of High-Level Government-Designated Experts to review the Draft Action Plan for the Environment in Latin America and the Caribbean, Santiago, Chile, July (1990). [PLANIFICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] XL Horizontal co-operation on environmental issues in Latin America and the Caribbean: the challenge of an PLANIFICATION DE LA MAIN-D OEUVRE NG Manpower planning with occupational choice: a Nigerian example of m ism atch. (1990). [MARCHE DU TRAVAIL] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [BE SOINS EN MAIN-D 'O EUVRE] [PLANIFICATION DE LA MAIN-D OEUVRE] [CHOIX D UNE PRO FESSION] PLANIFICATION DES PROGRAMMES XZ Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DES PROGRAMMES] [POLITIQUE NUTRI T IO N N E L L E ] [N U T R IT IO N H U M A IN E ] [FEMMES] [ENFANTS] [FISE] [MALNUTRI TION] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] PLANIFICATION DU DEVELOPPEMENT XL E nvironm ent, crisis and developm ent. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DE L ENVIRONNEMENT] [PLA N IFIC A TIO N DU D EV ELO PPEM EN T] [RESSOURCES NATURELLES] [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] XL Incorporation of women in development policies. (1989). [P A R T IC IP A T IO N DES FEM M ES] [PL A N IFIC A T IO N DU D EV ELO PPEM EN T] [TRAVAILLEUSES] TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [PLANIFICATION ECONOMIQUE] [DEVELOP PEM E N T E C O N O M IQ U E ] [P O L IT IQ U E ECONOMIQUE] [PLANIFICATION DU DE VELOPPEMENT] [PLANIFICATION NATION A LE] [SE C TEU R PU B L IC ] [SERVICES PUBLICS] PLANIFICATION ECONOMIQUE XZ Macroeconomic planning in small economies: issues and ex p erien ce. (1991). [PL A N IFICA TIO N ECONOMIQUE] [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [DEMOGRAPHIE] [ECONOMIES D'ECHELLE] TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [PLANIFICATION ECONOMIQUE] [DEVELOP PE M E N T E C O N O M IQ U E ] [P O L IT IQ U E ECONOMIQUE] [PLANIFICATION DU DE VELOPPEMENT] [PLANIFICATION NATION ALE] [SE C TEU R PU B L IC ] [SERVICES PUBLICS] PLANIFICATION NATIONALE TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [PLANIFICATION ECONOMIQUE] [DEVELOP PEM E N T E C O N O M IQ U E ] [P O L IT IQ U E ECONOMIQUE] [PLANIFICATION DU DE VELOPPEMENT] [PLANIFICATION NATION A LE] [SE C TEU R PU B L IC ] [SERVICES PUBLICS] PLANIFICATION SOCIALE XZ UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. (1990). [FEMMES] [IEUNESSE] [MODES DE VIE] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [PLANIFI CATION SOCIALE] [FNUAP] 82 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

103 POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMENTALE PLANS DE RETRAITE TT Actuarial valuation of thenational insurance system of Trinidad and Tobago as of30 June (1989). [AS SURANCE] [SECURITE SOCIALE] [ALLOCA TIONS D'INVALIDITE] [PLANS DE RETRAITE] PLANTES-RACINES XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D 'A G R IC U L T E U R S ] [C O N T R O L E DE Q U A L IT E ] [A D D ITIFS A LIM EN TA IRES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] XI Tropical root crops: post harvest quality and handling systems for quality maintenance. (1990). [PLAN TES-RACINES] [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] [CONTROLE DE QUALITE] PLURALISME CULTUREL G Y Ethnie conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [ETHNICITE] [CONFLITS SOCIAUX] [POUVOIR POLITIQUE] [PLURALISME CUL TUREL] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] [METHOD OLOGIE] POLITIQUE XI Tribute to a scholar - appreciating CJ..R. Jam es. (1990). [HISTOIRE] [POLITIQUE] POLITIQUE AGRICOLE JM Aspects of Jamaican agriculture. (1990). [SECTEUR A G R IC O LE] [PRO DUCTIO N AGRICOLE] [STATISTIQUES AGRICOLES] [POLITIQUE AGRICOLE] POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPEMENT XI Challenges for sustainable development in small Caribbean islands. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPE MENT] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] TT Into the valley of debt: an alternative road to the IMF/World Bank Path in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [BAN QUES DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] ZZ Overview: sustainable development and environmental management of small islands. (1990). [ILES] [GES TION DES RESSOURCES] [POLITIQUE DE DE V E L O P P E M E N T ] [G E STIO N DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] Potential contribution of m arine resources to sustainable development in small-island developing countries. (1990). [ILES] [RESSOURCES DE LA MER] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [GES TION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] XI Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DE VELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERA T IO N R E G IO N A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [BELIZE] [DOMINIQUE] [GRENADE] [GUYANA] [JAMAÏQUE] POLITIQUE DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT XZ O ur own agenda. (1990). [POLITIQUE DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [PROTECTION DE L'ENVIRON NEMENT] POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE TT From ownership to tenancy: loss of the national patrimony. (1990). [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [CHOMAGE] TT G overnors' p ap ers, : a bibliography:- speeches and papers of the former Governors of the Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLI T IQ U E EC O N O M IQ U E] [BANQUES CEN TRA LES] [INSTITUTIONS FINANCIERES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [BALANCE DES PAIEMENTS] TT Into the valley of debt: an alternative road to the IMF/World Bank Path in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [BAN QUES DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] XL Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposai for Latin America. (1989). [POLITIQUE ECONOM IQUE] [AGRICULTURE] [PAU VRETE] [ZONES RURALES] [DEVELOPPE M EN T A G R IC O L E ] [D E V E L O PPEM E N T RURAL] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] XZ Macroeconomic planning in small economies: issues an d ex p erien ce. (1991). [PLA NIFICA TION ECONOMIQUE] [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [DEMOGRAPHIE] [ECONOMIES D'ECHELLE] TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [PLANIFICATION ECONOMIQUE] [DEVELOP PEM E N T E C O N O M IQ U E ] [PO L IT IQ U E ECONOM IQUE] [PLANIFICATION DU DE VELOPPEMENT] [PLANIFICATION NATION A LE ] [SE C TEU R PU B L IC ] [SERVICES PUBLICS] GY Recent economic developments in Guyana (1990). [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] [CONDI TIONS ECONOMIQUES] [GUYANA] TT Statement by Prime M inister AJVJ1. Robinson to the forty-fifth regular session of the United Nations General Assembly, New York, October 4, (1990). [DEMOCRATIE] [APARTHEID] [POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE] POLITIQUE ETRANGERE JM Jam aica and the international drug economy. (1990). [ECONOMIE INTERNATIONALE] [STUPEFI ANTS] [POLITIQUE ETRANGERE] [DEMOC RATIE] [PROBLEMES POLITIQUES] XI Towards an equal partnership for development: the need for an alternative US policy for the Caribbean region. (1990). [POLITIQUE ETRANGERE] POLITIQUE FISCALE TT M onetaiyand financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. (1990). [BANQUES CENTRALES] [PO LITIQ U E MONETAIRE] [CONTROLE DES CHANGES] [POLITIQUE FIS CALE] [FINANCEMENT DU LOGEMENT] TT Review of fiscal measures in the 1989 budget. (1989). [POLITIQUE FISCALE] TT Review of fiscal measures in the 1990 budget. (1990). [POLITIQUE FISCALE] [BUDGET DE L ETAT) POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMENTALE TT Economic reaction to a sectorial boom: Trinidad and Tobago (1989). [MACROECONOMIE] CARISPLAN Abstracts,No.22,

104 POLITIQUE MONETAIRE [INFLATION] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMEN TALE] XI Human resources development: public awareness / participation policies and practices. (1990). [POLI TIQUE GOUVERNEMENTALE] [PARTICIPA TION SOCIALE] XI Influencing international institutions. (1990). [OR GANISATIONS INTERNATIONALES] [COOP ERATION INTERNATIONALE] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMENTALE] TT Partners in development: foreign technical assistance. Prescriptions and practice in a Public Transportation Development Programme in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [COOPERATIONTECHNIQUE] [TRANS PORT PUBLIC] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMEN TALE] [EVALUATION DE PROJETS] [ETUDES DE CAS] TT Politics, public policy and Friendly Societies in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [LEADERSHIP POLI T IQ U E ] [A N A LY SE H IS T O R IQ U E ] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMENTALE] TT Reconstruction programme of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMENTALE] TT Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic of Trinidad and Tobago). (1990). [FEMMES] [POLITIQUE SOCIALE] [TRAVAILLEUSES] [DEVELOPPEMENT RURAL] [PROJETS DE DE VELOPPEMENT] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNE M E N TA L E] [P O L IT IQ U E SO C IA L E ] [STATISTIQUES DEMOGRAPHIQUES] POLITIQUE MONETAIRE TT Choice of exchange rate regime in a world of floating rates. (1990). [CONTROLE DES CHANGES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [MARCHE FINAN CIER INTERNATIONAL] TT Exchange rate and exchange rate policy in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TAUX DE CH A N G E] [C O N TR O LE DES CHA NG ES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] TT Foreign exchange resources of Trinidad and Tobago: a need for budgeting. (1990). [TAUX DE CHANGE] [CONTROLE DES CHANGES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] TT G overnors' papers, : a bibliography:- speeches and papers of the former Governors of the Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLI T IQ U E ECO N OM IQUE] [BANQUES CEN TRALES] [INSTITUTIONS FINANCIERES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [BALANCE DES PAIEMENTS] TT M onetaiyand financial policy in Trinidadand Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. (1990). [BANQUES CENTRALES] [PO LITIQ U E M ONETAIRE] [CONTROLE DES CHANGES] [POLITIQUE FIS CALE] [FINANCEMENT DU LOGEMENT] TT Monetary policy indicators in area countries. (1990). [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [MARCHE MONE TAIRE] TT Review of the economy (1990). [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [FINANCES PUBLIQUES] [DEPENSES PUB LIQUES] [DONNEES STATISTIQUES] [RECES SION ECONOMIQUE] TT Simple model of the money supply process in open petroleum econom ies. (1990). [M O D ELES ECONOMIQUES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] POLITIQUE NUTRITIONNELLE XZ Strategy for improved nutrition ofchildren and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DES PROGRAMMES] [POLITIQUE NUTRI- T IO N N E L L E ] [N U T R IT IO N H U M A IN E ] [FEMMES] [ENFANTS] [FISE] [MALNUTRI TION] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] POLITIQUE SOCIALE TT Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic of Trinidad and Tobago). (1990). [FEMMES] [POLITIQUE SOCIALE] [TRAVAILLEUSES] [DEVELOPPEMENT RURAL] [PROJETS DE DE- VELOPPEMENT] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNE M E N T A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E SO C IA LE] [STATISTIQUES DEMOGRAPHIQUES] TT Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic of Trinidad and Tobago). (1990). [FEMMES] [POLITIQUE SOCIALE] [TRAVAILLEUSES] [DEVELOPPEMENT RURAL] [PROJETS DE DE VELOPPEMENT] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNE M E N T A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E SO C IA L E ] [STATISTIQUES DEMOGRAPHIQUES] POLLUTION XZ POLYMERES TT POPULATION TT TT Attitudes to environment. (1990). [DEGRADATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [ATTITUDES] [EN VIRONNEMENT] [POLLUTION] [ENQUETES] Plasticsindustiy-sectorprofile. (1990). [INDUSTRIE DES MATIERES PLASTIQUES] [POLYMERES] [INDUSTRIE] Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [STA T ISTIQ U ES ECO N O M IQ U ES] [M ODELES ECONOMIQUES] [MODELES ECONOMETRI QUES] [ANALYSE INPUT-OUTPUT] [STATIS- T IQ U E ] [C O M P T A B IL IT E N A TIO N A LE] [POPULATION] Population and births Population and vital statistics (1990). [POPULATION] [ACCROIS SEMENT DE LA POPULATION] [DONNEES STATISTIQUES] [STATISTIQUES DEM OG RAPHIQUES] POPULATION ACTIVE XL Unequal participation by women in the working world. (1990). [POPULATION ACTIVE] [PARTICIPA TIO N DES FEM M ES] [TRAVAILLEUSES] [AMERIQUE LATINE] PORTO RICO XI PORTS Xi XI External trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean: the economic impacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [COMMERCE] [PORTO RICO] [EXPORTA TIONS] [ANALYSE ECONOMIQUE] [ANA LYSE INPUT-OUTPUT] C hanging th e face of C aribbean ports. (1991). [PORTS] [CANADA] [TOURISME] Computerization in small ports. (1991). [PORTS] [TRAITEMENT ELECTRONIQUE DES DON NEES] [ORDINATEURS] 84 CARISPLAN Abstracts,No.22,1991

105 PROGRAMMES DE LOGEMENTS POSSESSION XI Who owns Caribbean mass media? Foreign domination - a passing phase. (1991). [MOYENS DE COM MUNICATION DE MASSE] [POSSESSION] POTENTIEL DE DEVELOPPEMENT XZ Approach toislands. (1990). [ILES] [GESTIONDES RESSOURCES] [TRANSPORT] [TRANSPORT MARITIME] [ILES] [POTENTIEL DE DE VELOPPEMENT] [GESTION DE L ENVIRON NEMENT] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] XZ Economie problems and prospects of small islands. (1990). [ILES] [DEPENDANCE ECONOMIQUE] [T R A N SPO R T ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [POTENTIEL DE DEVELOPPE MENT] XI H ow tosustainasm allisland. (1990). [GESTIONDES RESSOURCES] [ETUDES DE CAS] [ILES] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [POTEN TIEL DE DEVELOPPEMENT] POUVOIR POLITIQUE G Y Ethnie conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [ETHNICrrE] [CONFLITS SOCIAUX] [POUVOIR POLITIQUE] [PLURALISME CUL TUREL] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] [METHOD OLOGIE] Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [TOURISME] [DONNEES STA TISTIQUES] [PREVISIONS] [ANALYSE STA TISTIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [ECONOMIE INTERNA TIONALE] PROBLEMES SOCIAUX TT Address by M r AN J t. Robinson Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago on the occassion of the launching of the National Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Programme on Tuesday, February6,1990. (1990). [U SA G E D E STUPEFIA NTS] [AL COOLISME] [PROBLEMES SOCIAUX] JM Maternal health in Jamaica: health needs,services and utilization. (1990). [SANTE DE LA MERE ET DE L'ENFANT] [PROBLEMES SOCIAUX] [SERV ICES DE SANTE] [MALADIES CHRONIQUES] [PERSONNEL DE SANTE] [FORMATION] TT Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [FAMILLE] [SERVICES SOCIAUX] [PROBLEMES SOCI AUX] [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [ENFANTS] [DROITS DE L'HOMME] [BIEN-ETRE SOCIAL] PRODUCTION TT XL Trinidad and Tobago hydrocarbons: m ajor lessons for the region. (1990). [HYDROCARBURES] [CARI COM ] [C O M M E R C E ] [PR O D U ITS PETROLIERS] [PRODUCTION] [GAZ NATU REL] Women and new technologies. (1990). [FEMMES] [NOUVELLE TECHNOLOGIE] [PRODUCTION] [REPRODUCTION] [BESOINS DE RECHER CHE] PREVENTION DES CATASTROPHES US Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [BIBLIOTHEQUES] [PREVENTION DES PRODUCTION AGRICOLE CATASTROPHES] [DESASTRES NATURELS] JM Aspects of Jamaican agriculture. (1990). [SECTEUR [INCENDIES] [EAU] [ENQUETES] [PLANIFI A G R IC O L E ] [PR O D U C TIO N AGRICOLE] CATION] [DOCUMENTS DE REUNION] [STATISTIQUES AGRICOLES] [POLITIQUE XL Situación acutal en materia de prévision de caudales inundaciones en America Latina y ri Caribe. (1989). [PREVENTION DES CATASTROPHES] [LUTTE AGRICOLE] PRODUIT INTERIEUR BRUT ANTI-INONDATION] [FORMATION] [COOP TT Gross domestic product and terms of trade effects: the ERATION TECHNIQUE] concepts and measurement of the gross domestic income. (1990). [PRODUIT INTERIEUR BRUT] PREVISIONS XZ [INDICATEURS ECONOMIQUES] [TERMES DE L'ECHANGE] PRODUITS AGROCHIMIQUES XZ Pesticide residues and its impact on the export of horticultural commodities. (1990). [PRODUITS AG ROCHIMIQUES] [RESIDUS DE PESTICIDES] PREVISIONS ECONOMIQUES TT Experience of forecasting at the Central Bank. (1990). [B A N Q U ES C E N T R A L ES] [PR EV ISIO N S ECONOMIQUES] PRIMES DE SALAIRE CU Coeficiente de participación laboral y la estimulación en las formas colectivas de organi del trabajo. (1989). [TRAVAIL D EQUIPE] [PRIMES DE SALAIRE] [ORGANISATION DU TRAVAIL] [PARTICIPA TION DES TRAVAILLEURS] CU Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [STIMU LANTS] [PRIMES DE SALAIRE] [SYSTEMES DE REMUNERATION] [PAYS SOCIALISTES] [PARTICIPATION AUX BENEFICES] [PARTICI PATION DES TRAVAILLEURS] PROBLEMES POLITIQUES JM Jam aica and the international drug economy. (1990). [ECONOMIE INTERNATIONALE] [STUPEFI ANTS] [POLITIQUE ETRANGERE] [DEMOC RATIE] [PROBLEMES POLITIQUES] PRODUITS MANUFACTURES XI Ethnie and economic pluralism: no race is a majority - all are m inorities. (1990). [MINORITES ETH NIQUES] [GROUPES ETHNIQUES] [PRO D U IT S M A N U FA C T U R E S] [RELA TIO NS RACIALES] PRODUITS PETROLIERS TT Trinidad and Tobago hydrocarbons: mgjor lessons for the region. (1990). [HYDROCARBURES] [CARI COM ] [C O M M E R C E ] [PR O D U ITS PETROLIERS] [PRODUCTION] [GAZ NATU REL] PROGRAMMES D ORDINATEUR ZZ CDS/ISIS: what we want in version 2À. (1990). [PRO GRAMMES D'ORDINATEUR] PROGRAMMES DE LOGEMENTS TT Political enconomy of the Sou-Sou Lands initiative. (1990). [CO OPERATIV ES DE LOGEMENT] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

106 PROGRAMMES DE TRAVAIL [PROGRAMMES DE LOGEMENTS] MENT A FAIBLE COUT] [LOGE CATION INDUSTRIELLE] [INDUSTRIE FORESTIERE] [AGRICULTURE] PROGRAMMES DE TRAVAIL XI Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). [ENFANTS] [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [IN D IC A T E U R S EC O N O M IQ U ES] [IN D I CATEURS DE SANTE] [FISE] [PROGRAMMES DE TRAVAIL] [PROJETS DE RECHERCHE] PROJECTIONS DE POPULATION XI Population projections for eigbt Caribbean countries (1990). [PROJECTIONS DE POPULA TION] [STATISTIQUES DEMOGRAPHIQUES] XZ World population prospects (1991). [REPARTI TION DE LA POPULATION] [ACCROISSEMENT DE LA POPULATION] [ANALYSE COMPARA TIVE] [DYNAMIQUE DE LA POPULATION] [PROJECTIONS DE POPULATION] PROJETS DE DEVELOPPEMENT XI Com modi tysjstems assessment methodology for problem and project identification. (1990). [METHOD OLOGIE] [PROJETS DE DEVELOPPEMENT] TT Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic of Trinidad and Tobago). (1990). [FEMMES] [POLITIQUE SOCIALE] [TRAVAILLEUSES] [DEVELOPPEMENT RURAL] [PROJETS DE DE VELOPPEMENT] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNE M E N T A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E SO C IA L E ] [STATISTIQUES DEMOGRAPHIQUES] TT Report on the development programme (1990). [DEVELOPPEM ENT ECONOM IQUE ET SO CIAL] [PROJETS DE DEVELOPPEMENT] PROJETS DE RECHERCHE XI Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). [ENFANTS] [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [IN D IC A T E U R S ECO N O M IQ U ES] [IN D I CATEURS DE SANTE] [FISE] [PROGRAMMES DE TRAVAIL] [PROJETS DE RECHERCHE] JM Some results from a research project on sidewalk vending of food. (1989). [SECTEURINFORMEL] [ALI M EN TS] [V E N D E U R S] [P R O JE T S DE RECHERCHE] [COMMERCE INTERIEUR] PROMOTION DES EXPORTATIONS XI United States government's Caribbean Basin Initiative. (1989). [PROMOTION DES EXPORTATIONS] [EVALUATION DE PROGRAM M ES] [AC CORDS COMMERCIAUX] PROMOTION DU TOURISME TT Hotel investment opportunities. (1990). [HOTELS] [PROMOTION DU TOURISME] XI Tourism and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [PROMOTION DU TOURISME] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] XZ Tourismtplanning,promotion and marketing. (1990). [T O U R ISM E ] [D E V E L O P P E M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [PROMOTION DU TOURISME] [PLANIFICATION] [COMMERCIALISATION] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [INFRA STRUCTURE DU TOURISME] PROPRIETE PUBLIQUE TT Public sector investment nrogramme (1990). [SECTEUR PUBLIC] [PROPRIETE PUBLIQUE] [FINANCES PUBLIQUES] [ENERGIE] [FABRI- PROTECTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SANTE] [CONTROLE SANI TAIRE] [SERVICES DE SANTE] [EQUIPEMENT SANITAIRE] [SOINS MEDICAUX] [BESOINS ALIMENTAIRES] [NUTRITION] [PROTEC TION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [MALADIES] XZ Ourown agenda. (1990). [POLITIQUE DE L'ENVI RONNEMENT] [PROTECTION DE L'ENVIRON NEMENT] SR Situation AJ) in the Republic of Suriname. (1989). [PROTECTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] PROTECTION DES PLANTES XI Role and importance of plant quarantine for the support of fresh horticultural commodities. (1990). [PROTECTION DES PLANTES] [QUARAN TAINE] PROTECTION DU CONSOMMATEUR XI Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [RE CIPIENTS] [PROTECTION DU CONSOMMA TEUR] [NORMES DE QUALITE] [ADDITIFS ALIMENTAIRES] [EXPORTATIONS] [FRUITS] [LEGUMES] [EPICES] PROTECTION DU PATRIMOINE CULTUREL XI Overcoming the socio-cultural and environmental impacts of tourism : the verdict for the Caribbean. ( 1990). [COUTS SOCIAUX] [TOURISME] [EFFETS SUR L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [IMPLICATIONS SOCIA LES] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] [PROTEC TION DU PATRIMOINE CULTUREL] PROTECTION LEGALE XI Child abuse: a Caribbean regional perspective. (1990). [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [PROTECTION LEGALE] XZ Child abuse: an international perspective. (1990). [PROTECTION LEGALE] XI Cbild abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AIDE A L ENFANCE] [ASPECTS JURIDIQUES] [PRO TECTION LEGALE] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] BS [ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE] [SERVICES SOCIAUX] [ALCOOLISME] [RECHERCHE SO C IA LE ] [A SPECTS P SY C H O L O G IQ U E S] [ETUDES DE CAS] Child sexual abuse in the Bahamas. (1990). [PRO TECTION LEGALE] PUERICULTURE XI Child abuse: a Caribbean regional perspective. (1990). [PUERICULTURE] [DISCIPLINE] QUALITE DE L ENVIRONNEMENT TT National consultation paper on enhancing the quality of life. (1990). [QUALITE DE LA VIE] [CONDI TIONS DE VIE] [BESOINS FONDAMENTAUX] [QUALITE DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] QUALITE DE LA VIE TT National consultation paper on enhancing the quality of life. (1990). [QUALITE DE LA VIE] [CONDI TIONS DE VIE] [BESOINS FONDAMENTAUX] [QUALITE DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] 86 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

107 RESEAUX D'INFORMATION QUARANTAINE XI XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D 'A G R IC U L T E U R S ] [C O N T R O L E DE Q U A L IT E ] [A D D ITIFS A LIM EN TA IRES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] Role and importance of plant quarantine for the support of fresh horticultural commodities. (1990). [PROTECTION DES PLANTES] [QUARAN TAINE] RECENSEMENTS DE POPULATION XI Migration and the demographic transition: a West Indian example. (1990). [MIGRATION] [ANALYSE DEMOGRAPHIQUE] [TAUX DE NATALITE] [TAUX DE MORTALITE] [RECENSEMENTS DE POPULATION] RECESSION ECONOMIQUE TT Review ofthe economy (1990). [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] [FINANCES PUBLIQUES] [DEPENSES PUB LIQUES] [DONNEES STATISTIQUES] [RECES SION ECONOMIQUE] RECHERCHE TT Research function of a central bank. (1990). [BAN QUES CENTRALES] [RECHERCHE] RECHERCHE SOCIALE XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AIDE A L ENFANCE] [ASPECTS JURIDIQUES] [PRO TECTION LEGALE] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] [ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE] [SERVICES SOCIAUX] [ALCOOLISME] [RECHERCHE SO C IA LE] [A SPECTS PSY C H O L O G IQ U ES] [ETUDES DE CAS] XZ Child sexual abuse and its aftermath. (1990). [RE CHERCHE SOCIALE] RECIPIENTS XI RECRUTEMENT TT Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [RE CIPIENTS] [PROTECTION DU CONSOMMA TEUR] [NORMES DE QUALITE] [ADDITIFS ALIMENTAIRES] [EXPORTATIONS] [FRUITS] [LEGUMES] [EPICES] New era for oil in Trinidad and Tobago: imperatives for human resource development. (1990). [ENERGIE] [RESSOURCES PETROLIERES] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] [MAIN-D'OEUVRE] [PLANIFICA TION] [RECRUTEM ENT] [FORMATION] [LEADERSHIP] REFORME ECONOMIQUE XI Agenda 2000: a metaphor for change releasing the creative energies of Caribbean people in development. (1990). [COOPERATION REGIONALE] [CROIS SA N CE E C O N O M IQ U E ] [R E FO R M E ECONOMIQUE] [CARAÏBES] REFORME FONCIERE XI This land is m y land. CIERE] (1989). [REFORME FON- REFORMES FISCALES TT Economics of value added taxation with specific reference to Trinidad and Tobago. (1991). [TAXE A LA VALEUR AJOUTEE] [REFORMES FISCALES] TT V.A.T.: systems considerations. (1989). [TAXE A LA VALEUR AJOUTEE] [IMPOTS] [FISCALITE] [REFORMES FISCALES] [IMPOT SUR LA CON SOMMATION] REGIME ALIMENTAIRE XI Education tools to facilitate behaviour change. (1990). [REGIME ALIMENTAIRE] [COMPORTEMENT] [NUTRITION] REGULATION DES NAISSANCES TT More contraceptive choices likely by the end of the century. (1990). [CONTRACEPTION] [REGULA TION DES NAISSANCES] [SANTE] RELATIONS INTERNATIONALES XZ International relations of the Caribbean towards the year (1990). [RELATIONS INTERNATION ALES] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DE- V E L O P P E M E N T ] [M IG R A TIO N INTERNATIONALE] [DROGUES] [ENVIRON NEMENT] RELATIONS PROFESSIONNELLES XI Labour and sustainable development. (1990). [SYN DICATS] [RELATIONS PROFESSIONNELLES] [MOUVEMENTS OUVRIERS] RELATIONS RACIALES XI Ethnie and economic pluralism: no race is a majority - all are minorities. (1990). [MINORITES ETH NIQUES] [GROUPES ETHNIQUES] [PRO D U IT S M A N U FA C T U R E S] [RELA TIO NS RACIALES] RENTABILITE CU Rentabilidad délos complejos agroindustriales azucareros de la provincia de la Habana en d periodo de (1989). [RENTABILITE] [AGROIN DUSTRIE] [INDUSTRIE DU SUCRE] REPARTITION DE LA POPULATION XZ World population prospects (1991). [REPARTI TION DE LA POPULATION] [ACCROISSEMENT DE LA POPULATION] [ANALYSE COMPARA TIVE] [DYNAMIQUE DE LA POPULATION] [PROJECTIONS DE POPULATION] REPRODUCTION XL Women and new technologies. (1990). [FEMMES] [NOUVELLE TECHNOLOGIE] [PRODUCTION] [REPRODUCTION] [BESOINS DE RECHER CHE] RESEAUX D INFORMATION TT Role of the Caribbean Environment Programme in strengthening information networking for marine and coastal resource management. (1990). [ENVI RONNEMENT] [RESEAUX D'INFORMATION] [SYSTEMES D'INFORMATION] [GESTION DE L'EN V IRO N N EM EN T] [ENVIRONNEMENT MARIN] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

108 RESIDUS DE PESTICIDES RESIDUS DE PESTICIDES XZ Pesticide residues and its impact on the export of horticultural commodities. (1990). [PRODUITS AG- ROCHIMIQUES] [RESIDUS DE PESTICIDES] XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D 'A G R IC U L T E U R S ] [C O N T R O L E DE Q U A L IT E ] [A D D ITIFS A LIM EN TA IRES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] RESSOURCES DE LAMER Potential contribution of m arine resources to sustainable development in small-island developing countries. (1990). [ILES] [RESSOURCES DE LA MER] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [GES TION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [POLITIQUE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] RESSOURCES ECONOMIQUES CU Utilización de los medios de rotación normados en la Agricultura. (1989). [AGRICULTURE] [RES SOURCES ECONOMIQUES] [UTILISATION DES RESSOURCES] RESSOURCES EN EAU XI Water resources management for sustainable development. (1990). [RESSOURCES EN EAU] [GES TION DES RESSOURCES] [GESTION DES EAUX] [SYSTEMES D'INFORMATION] RESSOURCES ENERGETIQUES XP Development of alternative energy systems for island communities. (1990). [ILES] [SOURCES D'ENER GIE RENOUVELABLES] [RESSOURCES ENER GETIQUES] RESSOURCES HUMAINES CU Formación de la fuerza de trabajo calificada: previsiones del C he.. (1989). [INDUSTRIALISATION] [FORMATION DU PERSONNEL] [PAYS SO CIALISTES] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] TT Graduate tracer study: a report on a survey of graduates in Engineering (UWI). (1989). [INGENIEURS] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] [TRAVAILLEURS PROFESSIONNELS] TT National consultation working paper on human resources development. (1990). [RESSOURCES HU MAINES] [MAIN-D'OEUVRE] TT New era for oil in Trinidad and Tobago: imperatives for human resource development. (1990). [ENERGIE] [RESSOURCES PETROLIERES] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] [MAIN-D OEUVRE] [PLANIFICA TION] [RECRUTEM ENT] [FORMATION] [LEADERSHIP] RESSOURCES NATURELLES XL Assessment of regional environmental trends in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [GESTION DE L'ENVIRONNEM ENT] [RESSOURCES NA TURELLES] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] XL E nvironm ent, crisis and developm ent. (1990). [PLANIFICATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [PLA N IFICA TIO N DU D EV ELO PPEM EN T] XL [RESSOURCES NATURELLES] [DEVELOPPE MENT ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL] Preparation of inventories and balance sheets of the n a tu ra l and cu ltu ral heritage. (1990). [RES SOURCES NATURELLES] [PATRIMOINE CUL T U R E L ] [IN V E N T A IR E S ] [C O M PTES NATIONAUX] [CLASSIFICATION] RESSOURCES PETROLIERES TT New era for oil in Trinidad and Tobago: imperatives for hum an resource development. (1990). [ENERGIE] [RESSOURCES PETROLIERES] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] [MAIN-D OEUVRE] [PLANIFICA TION] [RECRUTEM ENT] [FORMATION] [LEADERSHIP] REVOLUTION XI SALARIES XZ Getting out ofthe cave: tension between democracy and elitism in M arx's theory of cognitive liberation. (1990). [REVOLUTION] [DOCTRINES POLI TIQUES] [PARTIS POLITIQUES] [THEORIE POLITIQUE] [IDEOLOGIES] Organising from the perspective of unwaged housework: the international wages for housework campaign. (1990). [TRAVAILLEUSES] [SALARIES] [BIEN-ETRE SOCIAL] SANCTIONS PENALES TT Death penalty in T rinidad and Tobago. (1990). [PEINE DE MORT] [DROIT PENAL] [SANC TIONS PENALES] SANTE TT AG XI TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SANTE] [CONTROLE SANI TAIRE] [SERVICES DE SANTE] [EQUIPEMENT SANITAIRE] [SOINS MEDICAUX] [BESOINS ALIMENTAIRES] [NUTRITION] [PROTEC TION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [MALADIES] Developing healthy lifestyles in school children: the Antigua experience. (1990). [ENFANTS] [SANTE] [MODES DE VIE] Health/tourism interaction. (1990). [TOURISME] [SANTE] [USAGE DE STUPEFIANTS] [SERV ICES DE SANTE] More contraceptive choices likely by the end of the century. (1990). [CONTRACEPTION] [REGULA TION DES NAISSANCES] [SANTE] SANTE DE LAMERE ET DE L ENFANT JM Maternai health in Jam aica:healthneeds,servicesand utilization. (1990). [SANTE DE LA MERE ET DE L'ENFANT] [PROBLEMES SOCIAUX] [SERV ICES DE SANTE] [MALADIES CHRONIQUES] [PERSONNEL DE SANTE] [FORMATION] SCIENCE ET TECHNOLOGIE XI Final report on a proposal for the establishment and operations of a business incubator facility in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SCIENCE ET TECHNOLO GIE] [CENTRES DE RECHERCHE] XI Science, technology and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [SCIENCE ET TECHNOLO GIE] SCIENCES DE L'INFORMATION XI Principales sources d'information aux Antilles Françaises. (1989). [BIBLIOTHEQUES] [SCIENCES 88 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

109 SOINS MEDICAUX DE L INFORMATION] [SOURCES D INFORMA TION] [DIFFUSION DE L'INFORMATION] SECTEUR AGRICOLE AG Antigua and Barbuda: nine yean of economic expansion, but challenges ahead. (1990). [TOURISME] [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [SECTEUR AG RICOLE] [ZOOTECHNIE] [CEE] [AIDE FI NANCIERE] JM Aspects of Jamaican agriculture. (1990). [SECTEUR A G R IC O LE] [PRO D U CTIO N A GRICOLE] [STATISTIQUES AGRICOLES] [POLITIQUE AGRICOLE] SECTEUR INDUSTRIEL TT Chemical industry - sector profile. (1990). [INDUS TRIE CHIMIQUE] [SECTEUR INDUSTRIEL] SECTEUR INFORMEL JM Contribution of sidewalk vendors and higglen to the economy. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [VEN DEURS] [NEGOCIANTS] [COMMERCE DE DE TAIL] JM Informai commercial im porten and the manufacturin g sector. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORM EL] [EC O N O M IE O CCU LTE] [NEGOCIANTS] [COMMERCE DE DETAIL] JM Informai commercial importers: their origin, and their problems. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [VEN DEURS] [COMMERCE INTERIEUR] [COM MERCE DE DETAIL] [NEGOCIANTS] JM "It n ice". (1989). [SE C TEU R IN FO R M E L ] [FEMMES] [VENDEURS] [NEGOCIANTS] JM Problem of regulating sidewalk vending. (1989). [SEC TEUR INFORM EL] [VENDEURS] [COM MERCE INTERIEUR] JM Some results from a research project on sidewalk vending of food. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [ALI M EN TS] [V E N D E U R S] [PR O JE T S DE RECHERCHE] [COMMERCE INTERIEUR] SECTEUR PUBLIC TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [PLANIFICATION ECONOMIQUE] [DEVELOP PE M E N T E C O N O M IQ U E ] [P O L IT IQ U E ECONOMIQUE] [PLANIFICATION DU DE VELOPPEMENT] [PLANIFICATION NATION A LE] [SE C TEU R PU B LIC ] [SERVICES PUBLICS] TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [SECTEUR PUBLIC] [PROPRIETE PUBLIQUE] [FINANCES PUBLIQUES] [ENERGIE] [FABRI CATION INDUSTRIELLE] [AGRICULTURE] [INDUSTRIE FORESTIERE] SECURITE SOCIALE TT Actuarial valuation of the national insurance system of Trinidad and Tobago as of 30 June (1989). [AS SURANCE] [SECURITE SOCIALE] [ALLOCA TIONS D'INVALIDITE] [PLANS DE RETRAITE] SERVICES D INFORMATION TT Information services industry - sector profile. (1990). [SERVICESD'INFORMATION] [INDUSTRIE] XI Note on the Patent Information and Documentation Unit (PIDU) project. (1991). [SERVICESD'INFOR MATION] SERVICES DE SANTE TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SANTE] [CONTROLE SANI TAIRE] [SERVICES DE SANTE] [EQUIPE M ENT SA N ITA IR E] [SOINS M EDICAUX] [BESOINS ALIM ENTAIRES] [NUTRITION] [P R O T E C T IO N D E L E N V IR O N N E M E N T] [MALADIES] XI Health/tourism interaction. (1990). [TOURISME] [SANTE] [USAGE DE STUPEFIANTS] [SERV ICES DE SANTE] TT Im pact of the health delivery system on women in Trinidad and Tobago: consequences for the year 2000 and beyond. (1990). [SERVICES DE SANTE] [SOINS MEDICAUX] [FEMMES] JM Maternal health in Jam aica:health needs,services and utilization. (1990). [SANTE DE LA MERE ET DE L'ENFANT] [PROBLEMES SOCIAUX] [SERV ICES DE SANTE] [MALADIES CHRONIQUES] [PERSONNEL DE SANTE] [FORMATION] SERVICES PUBLICS XI Corporate business plan (1990). [SERV ICES PUBLICS] [TELECOMMUNICATIONS] [TELEPHONE] TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [PLANIFICATION ECONOMIQUE] [DEVELOP PE M E N T E C O N O M IQ U E ] [PO L IT IQ U E ECONOM IQUE] [PLANIFICATION DU DE VELOPPEMENT] [PLANIFICATION NATION A LE ] [SE C T E U R PU B L IC ] [SERVICES PUBLICS] TT Utility rates ( 1990). [SERVICES PUBLICS] SERVICES SOCIAUX XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [ASPECTS JURIDIQUES] [PRO TECTION LEGALE] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] [ANALYSE TRANSCULTURELLE] [SERVICES SOCIAUX] [ALCOOLISME] [RECHERCHE SO C IA L E ] [A SPECTS PSY C H O L O G IQ U ES] [ETUDES DE CAS] TT Child sexual abuse: the Tobago experience. (1990). [SERVICES SOCIAUX] TT Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [FAMILLE] [SERVICES SOCIAUX] [PROBLEMES SOCI AUX] [AIDE A L'ENFANCE] [ENFANTS] [DROITS DE L'HOMME] [BIEN-ETRE SOCIAL] SEXE XA Young women and the HIVepidemic. (1990). [JEUN ESSE] [FEMMES] [MALADIES INFECTIEUSES] [SEXE] SOCIETES TRANSNATIONALES JM Training and dissemination of managerial know-how in LDCS: Jam aica. (1990). [FORMATION A LA GESTION] [ENTREPRISES] [SOCIETES TRAN SNATIONALES] SOINS MEDICAUX TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SANTE] [CONTROLE SANI TAIRE] [SERVICES DE SANTE] [EQUIPE M ENT SA N ITA IR E] [SOINS M EDICAUX] [BESOINS ALIM ENTAIRES] [NUTRITION] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

110 SOURCES D'ENERGIE RENOUVELABLES [P R O T E C T IO N D E L E N V IR O N N E M E N T ] TT Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic [MALADIES] of Trinidad and Tobago). (1990). [FEMMES] TT Impact of the health delivery system on women in [POLITIQUE SOCIALE] [TRAVAILLEUSES] Trinidad and Tobago: consequences for the year 2000 [DEVELOPPEMENT RURAL] [PROJETS DE DEand beyond. (1990). [SERVICES DE SANTE] VELOPPEMENT] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNE [SOINS MEDICAUX] [FEMMES] M E N T A L E ] [P O L IT IQ U E SO C IA L E ] [STATISTIQUES DEMOGRAPHIQUES] SOURCES D'ENERGIE RENOUVELABLES XP Development of alternative energy systems for island STATISTIQUES ECONOMIQUES communities. (1990). [ILES] [SOURCESD'ENER- TT Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [STA G IE RENOUVELABLES] [RESSOURCES ENER T ISTIQ U ES ECO N O M IQ U ES] [M ODELES GETIQUES] ECONOMIQUES] [MODELES ECONOMETRI QUES] [ANALYSE INPUT-OUTPUT] [STATIS SOURCES D'INFORMATION T IQ U E ] [C O M P T A B IL IT E N A T IO N A LE] XI Principales sources d'information aux Antilles Françaises. [POPULATION] (1989). [BIBLIOTHEQUES] [SCIENCES CU Reforzamiento de la capacidad de análisis de las esta DE L INFORMATION] [SOURCES D INFORMA dísticas socioeconómicas en el proceso de planificación TION] [DIFFUSION DE L'INFORMATION] d el d e s a rro llo.. (1990). [D O N N EES STATISTIQUES] [DEMOGRAPHIE] [PLANIFI SPORTS XI XI Apartheid, sanctions and sport. (1989). [APART HEID] [SPORTS] [BOYCOTTAGE] To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRATION REGION ALE] [ANTILLAIS] [INTEGRATION POLI TIQUE] [CARICOM] [ETABLISSEMENTS D ENSEIGNEMENT] [TRIBUNAUX] [MARCHE FINANCIER] [ZONES MONETAIRES] [INTE GRATION CULTURELLE] [SPORTS] STABILISATION ECONOMIQUE CU Cuba: crecimiento económico e inestabilidad externa. (1990). [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [MAC ROECONOMIE] [CUBA] [COMMERCE EXTER IEUR] [STABILISATION ECONOMIQUE] STABILITE POLITIQUE HT general elections in Haiti. (1991). [ELECTIONS] [HISTOIRE] [STABILITE POLITIQUE] [VOTE] [COMPORTEMENT POLITIQUE] STATISTIQUE XZ TT STIMULANTS CU CATION] [STATISTIQUES ECONOMIQUES] Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [STIMU LANTS] [PRIMES DE SALAIRE] [SYSTEMES DE REMUNERATION] [PAYS SOCIALISTES] [PARTICIPATION AUX BENEFICES] [PARTICI PATION DES TRAVAILLEURS] STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT XI Economie policy and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] [CADRE INSTITUTIONNEL] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] XI Grenada: the way forward in the decade of the 90's. (1991). [DEVELOPPEM ENT ECONOMIQUE] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [COOP ERATION ECONOMIQUE] [COOPERATION REGIONALE] [GRENADE] [CARAÏBES] XL Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposal for Latin America. (1989). [POLITIQUE ECONOM IQUE] [AGRICULTURE] [PAU VRETE] [ZONES RURALES] [DEVELOPPE Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be M EN T A G R IC O L E ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T denied?. (1990). [TOURISME] [TRANSPORT RURAL] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] AERIEN] [INFRASTRUCTURE DU TOURISME] XI Regional cooperation as an element of Caribbean development [STATISTIQUE] [INFRASTRUCTURE PHY strategy. (1990). [INTEGRATION RE SIQUE] [CIRCULATION AERIENNE] GIONALE] [INTEGRATION ECONOMIQUE] Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [STA [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] [CARI T ISTIQ U ES ECO N OM IQUES] [M ODELES COM] ECONOMIQUES] [MODELES ECONOMETRI QUES] [ANALYSE INPUT-OUTPUT] [STATIS- STRUCTURE SOCIALE T IQ U E ] [C O M PT A B IL IT E N A T IO N A LE] XI Household structure in a West Indian society. (1990). [POPULATION] [ENQUETES SUR LES MENAGES] [STRUC STATISTIQUES AGRICOLES JM Aspects of Jamaican agriculture. (1990). [SECTEUR A G R IC O LE] [PR O D U CTIO N A GRICOLE] [STATISTIQUES AGRICOLES] [POLITIQUE AGRICOLE] STATISTIQUES DEMOGRAPHIQUES TT Population and births Population and vital statistics (1990). [POPULATION] [ACCROIS SEMENT DE LA POPULATION] [DONNEES STATISTIQUES] [STATISTIQUES DEM OG RAPHIQUES] XI Population projections for eight Caribbean countries (1990). [PROJECTIONS DE POPULA TION] [STATISTIQUES DEMOGRAPHIQUES] STUPEFIANTS XI JM TURE SOCIALE] [ANALYSE SOCIOLOGIQUE] [MILIEU FAMILIAL] Drug problem: social and economic effects - policy options for the Caribbean. (1990). [IMPLICATIONS SOCIALES] [IMPLICATIONS ECONOMIQUES] [CORRUPTION] [STUPEFIANTS] [ELABORA TION D UNE POLITIQUE] [COOPERATIONRE GIONALE] Jamaica and the international drug economy. (1990). [ECONOMIE INTERNATIONALE] [STUPEFI ANTS] [POLITIQUE ETRANGERE] [DEMOC RATIE] [PROBLEMES POLITIQUES] 90 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

111 TECHNOLOGIE DE L'EDUCATION SYNDICATS XI Labour and sustainable development. (1990). [SYN DICATS] [RELATIONS PROFESSIONNELLES] [MOUVEMENTS OUVRIERS] SYSTEMES DE PLANIFICATION CU Planificación Empresarial: problemas y perspectivas. (1989). [SYSTEMES DE PLANIFICATION] [GES TION D'ENTREPRISES] [ENTREPRISES] SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE XI Post harvest handling and storage of fresh fruits. (1990). [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] [CON TROLE DE QUALITE] [FRUITS] XI Post harvest handling systems for vegetables. (1990). [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] [LEGUMES] [CONTROLE DE QUALITE] XI Post-harvest pathology of fruits and vegetables. (1990). [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] XZ Post-harvest systems in the tropics : a bibliography based on citations from the CAGRIS and AGRIS data bases. (1989). [BIBLIOGRAPHIES] [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] [CULTURES TROPICALES] XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS D 'A G R IC U L T E U R S ] [C O N T R O L E DE Q U A L IT E ] [A D D ITIFS A LIM EN TA IRES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] XI Tropical root crops: post harvest quality and handling systems for quality maintenance. (1990). [PLAN TES-RACINES] [SYSTEMES APRES RECOLTE] [CONTROLE DE QUALITE] SYSTEMES D'ENSEIGNEMENT XI Prim ary education and literacy in the Caribbean. (1990). [EDUCATION DE BASE] [ENSEIGNE MENT PRIMAIRE] [SYSTEMES D'ENSEIGNE MENT] [CORPS ENSEIGNANT] [ELEVES] [COUT DE L'EDUCATION] SYSTEMES D'INFORMATION TT Role of the Caribbean Environment Programme in strengthening information networking for m arine and coastal resource management. (1990). [ENVI RONNEMENT] [RESEAUX D'INFORMATION] [SYSTEMES D'INFORMATION] [GESTION DE L ENVIRONNEM ENT] [ENVIRONNEM ENT MARIN] XI W aterresourcesmanagementforsustainabledevelopment. (1990). [RESSOURCES EN EAU] [GES TION DES RESSOURCES] [GESTION DES EAUX] [SYSTEMES D'INFORMATION] SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICATION XZ New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [FEMMES] [DANSE] [METH ODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICA TIO N ] [FEM M ES] [COM M UNICATION] [DANSE] [METHODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICATION] XZ New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [FEMMES] [DANSE] [METH ODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICA T IO N ] [FEM M ES] [COM M UNICATION] [DANSE] [METHODOLOGIE] [SYSTEMES DE COMMUNICATION] SYSTEMES DE REMUNERATION CU Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [STIMU LANTS] [PRIMES DE SALAIRE] [SYSTEMES DE REMUNERATION] [PAYS SOCIALISTES] [PARTICIPATION AUX BENEFICES] [PARTICI PATION DES TRAVAILLEURS] SYSTEMES DE VALEURS XI Ethics among professionals: a philosophical view of a universal system. (1990). [ETHIQUE] [SYSTEMES DE VALEURS] [VALEURS SOCIALES] SYSTEMES FISCAUX TT Value Added Tax (V.A.T.) - sem inar material. (1989). [TAXE A LA VALEUR AJOUTEE] [IMPOTS] [SYSTEMES FISCAUX] [FISCALITE] [IMPOT SUR LA CONSOMMATION] TAUX DE CHANGE TT Exchange rate and exchange rate policy in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TAUX DE CH A N G E] [C O N TROLE DES CHANGES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] TT Foreign exchange resources of Trinidad and Tobago: a need for budgeting. (1990). [TAUX DE CHANGE] [CONTROLE DES CHANGES] [POLITIQUE MONETAIRE] TAUX DE MORTALITE XI Migration and the demographic transition: a West Indian example. (1990). [MIGRATION] [ANALYSE DEMOGRAPHIQUE] [TAUX DE NATALITE] [TAUX DE MORTALITE] [RECENSEMENTS DE POPULATION] TAUX DE NATALITE XI Migration and the demographic transition: a West Indian example. (1990). [MIGRATION] [ANALYSE DEMOGRAPHIQUE] [TAUX DE NATALITE] [TAUX DE MORTALITE] [RECENSEMENTS DE POPULATION] TAXE A LA VALEUR AJOUTEE TT Economies of value added taxation with specific reference to Trinidad and Tobago. (1991). [TAXE A LA VALEUR AJOUTEE] [REFORMES FISCALES] TT Value Added Tax (V.A.T.) - sem inar material. (1989). [TAXE A LA VALEUR AJOUTEE] [IMPOTS] [SYSTEMES FISCAUX] [FISCALITE] [IMPOT SUR LA CONSOMMATION] TT V.A.T.: systems considerations. (1989). [TAXE A LA VALEUR AJOUTEE] [IMPOTS] [FISCALITE] [REFORMES FISCALES] [IMPOT SUR LA CON SOMMATION] TECHNOLOGIE DE L'EDUCATION XZ Educational technology: can it improve educational quality?. (1990). [TECHNOLOGIE DE L'EDUCA TION] [MOYENS DE COMMUNICATION] [OR DINATEURS] [ENSEIGNEMENT PRIMAIRE] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

112 TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELECOMMUNICATIONS XI Corporate business plan (1990). [SERV ICES PUBLICS] [TELECOMMUNICATIONS] [TELEPHONE] TELEPHONE XI Corporate business plan (1990). [SERV ICES PUBLICS] [TELECOMMUNICATIONS] [TELEPHONE] TERMES DE L'ECHANGE TT Gross domestic product and terms of trade effects: the concepts and measurement of the gross domestic income. (1990). [PRODUIT INTERIEUR BRUT] [INDICATEURS ECONOMIQUES] (TERMES DE L'ECHANGE] THEATRE TT Address by Prime Minister A N Jt. Robinson at the opening of the Naparim a Bowl, Saturday, October 20, (1990). [ART] [CULTURE] [DEVELOPPE M ENT CULTU R EL] [TH EA TRE] [ARTS DRAMATIQUES] THEORIE ECONOMIQUE JM Economic surplus: formation, distribution and role in econom ic grow th. (1990). [C R O ISSA N CE ECONOMIQUE] [EXCEDENTS] [THEORIE ECONOMIQUE] THEORIE MONETAIRE TT Modelling the balance of payments in Trinidad and Tobago, (1990). [BALANCE DES PAIE MENTS] [M ODELES ECONOM ETRIQUES] [EVALUATION ECONOMIQUE] [THEORIE MONETAIRE] THEORIE POLITIQUE ZZ C X Jt. James's conceptualization of the notion of selfgovernment - an appreciation and analysis. (1990). [THEORIE POLITIQUE] [DECOLONISATION] [INDEPENDANCE] XI Getting out ofthe cave: tension between democracy and elitism in M arx's theory of cognitive liberation. (1990). [REVOLUTION] [DOCTRINES POLI TIQUES] [PARTIS POLITIQUES] [THEORIE POLITIQUE] [IDEOLOGIES] TOURISME XZ AG XI XI XI XI Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [TOURISME] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [INFRASTRUCTURE DU TOURISME] [STATISTIQUE] [INFRASTRUCTURE PHY SIQUE] [CIRCULATION AERIENNE] Antigua and Barbuda: nine years of economic expansion, but challenges ahead. (1990). [TOURISME] [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [SECTEUR AG RICOLE] [ZOOTECHNIE] [CEE] [AIDE FI NANCIERE] C hanging th e face of C aribbean ports. (1991). [PORTS] [CANADAJ [TOURISME] Health/tourism interaction. (1990). [TOURISME] [SANTE] [USAGE DE STUPEFIANTS] [SERV ICES DE SANTE] Links between tourism, agriculture and the environment. (1990). [TOURISME] [EFFETS SUR L'EN VIRONNEMENT] [AGRICULTURE] Overcoming the socio-cultural and environmental impacts of tourism : the verdict for the Caribbean. ( 1990). [COUTS SOCIAUX] [TOURISME] [EFFETS SUR L'ENVIRONNEMENT] [IMPLICATIONS SOCIA LES] [FACTEURS CULTURELS] [PROTEC TION DU PATRIMOINE CULTUREL] JM Socio-economic study of the tourism industry in Jam aica. (1991). [TOURISME] [INDUSTRIE HO TELIERE] XZ Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [TOURISME] [DONNEES STA TISTIQUES] [PREVISIONS] [ANALYSE STA TISTIQUE] [PAYS DEVELOPPES] [PAYS EN DEVELOPPEMENT] [ECONOMIE INTERNA TIONALE] XZ Tourism:planning,promotion and marketing. (1990). [T O U R ISM E ] [D E V E L O P P E M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [PROMOTION DU TOURISME] [PLANIFICATION] [COMMERCIALISATION] [DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUE] [INFRA STRUCTURE DU TOURISME] XZ Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [TOURISME] [ACCORDS ECONOMIQUES] [ACCORDS IN TERNATIONAUX] [CEE] [ACP] [COOPERA TION INTERNATIONALE] XI United Nations Economie Commission for Latin Am erica and the Caribbean literature review on sociocultural impacts of tourism. (1991). [TOURISME] [IMPLICATIONS ECONOMIQUES] [IMPLICA T IO N S SO C IA L E S] [E T U D E S B IB L IO G RAPHIQUES] VG Why does the tourist dollar m a tte r an introduction to theeconomics of tourism in thebritish Virgin Islands. (1989). [T O U R ISM E ] [E V A L U A T IO N ECONOMIQUE] TRAITEMENT ELECTRONIQUE DES DONNEES XI Computerization in small ports. (1991). [PORTS] [TRAITEMENT ELECTRONIQUE DES DON NEES] [ORDINATEURS] TRANSPORT XZ XZ Approach to islands. (1990). [ILES] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] [TRANSPORT] [TRANSPORT MARITIME] [ILES] [POTENTIEL DE DE VELOPPEMENT] [GESTION DE L ENVIRON NEMENT] [GESTION DES RESSOURCES] Economie problems and prospects of small islands. (1990). [ILES] [DEPENDANCE ECONOMIQUE] [T R A N SPO R T ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T ECONOMIQUE] [POTENTIEL DE DEVELOPPE MENT] TRANSPORT AERIEN XI Above and beyond - the airline of the New World. (1990). [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [HISTOIRE] XZ Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [TOURISME] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [INFRASTRUCTURE DU TOURISME] [STATISTIQUE] [INFRASTRUCTURE PHY SIQUE] [CIRCULATION AERIENNE] XI BWlA's role in air freight exports. (1990). [TRANS PORT AERIEN] CU Cuba: utilización de la aviación agricola. (1989). [AG RICULTURE] [FONGICIDES] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SYS TEMES APRES RECOLTE] [PERTES APRES RECOLTE] [COMMERCIALISATION] [ETI QUETAGE] [EMBALLAGE] [TRANSPORT AERIEN] [NORMES] [RESIDUS DE PESTI CIDES] [QUARANTAINE] [ASSOCIATIONS 92 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

113 VENDEURS XZ D A G R IC U L T E U R S ] [C O N T R O L E D E Q U A L IT E ] [A D D ITIFS A LIM EN TA IRES] [FRUITS] [FLEURS] [PLANTES-RACINES] [LEGUMES] Techniques available and requirements for air transportation of fresh horticultural commodities. (1990). [TRANSPORT AERIEN] TRANSPORT MARITIME XZ Approach to islands. (1990). [ILES] [GESTIONDES RESSOURCES] [TRANSPORT] [TRANSPORT M ARITIME] [ILES] [POTENTIEL DE DE VELOPPEMENT] [GESTION DE L'ENVIRON NEMENT] [G ESTION DES RESSOURCES] TT Short history of The Shipping Association of Trinidad and Tobago. (1991). [TRANSPORT MARITIME] [ASSOCIATIONS] [HISTOIRE] TRANSPORT PUBLIC TT Partners in development: foreign technical assistance. Prescriptions and practice in a Public Transportation Development Programme in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [COOPERATION TECHNIQUE] [TRANS PORT PUBLIC] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNEMEN TALE] [EVALUATION DE PROJETS] [ETUDES DE CAS] TRAVAIL XI Surplus labour economy affects technological advances. (1991). [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [CAPITAL] [TRAVAIL] TRAVAIL D'EQUIPE CU Coeficiente de participación laboral y la estimulación en las formas colectivas deorgani del trabqjo. (1989). [TRAVAIL D'EQUIPE] [PRIMES DE SALAIRE] [ORGANISATION DU TRAVAIL] [PARTICIPA TION DES TRAVAILLEURS] TRAVAILLEURS AGRICOLES CU Analisisdealgunosaspectosdelprocesodecooperativizacion en la agricultura cañera. (1989). [COOPERA T IV E S A G R IC O L E S ] [T R A V A IL L E U R S AGRICOLES] [CANNE A SUCRE] [AGRICUL TURE] TRAVAILLEURS PROFESSIONNELS TT Graduate tracer study: a report on a survey of graduates in Engineering (UWI). (1989). [INGENIEURS] [RESSOURCES HUMAINES] [TRAVAILLEURS PROFESSIONNELS] TRAVAILLEUSES XL XL XZ TT Growing presence of women in development. (1990). [PARTICIPATION DES FEMMES] [IMPLICA TIO N S SO CIA LES] [C O N D ITIO N DE LA FEMME] [TRAVAILLEUSES] Incorporation of women in development policies. (1989). [P A R T IC IPA T IO N D ES FEM M ES] [PL A N IFICA TIO N DU D EV ELO PPEM EN T] [TRAVAILLEUSES] Organising from the perspective of unwaged housework: the international wages for housework campaign. (1990). [TRAVAILLEUSES] [SALARIES] [BIEN-ETRE SOCIAL] Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic of Trinidad and Tobago). (1990). [FEMMES] [POLITIQUE SOCIALE] [TRAVAILLEUSES] [DEVELOPPEMENT RURAL] [PROJETS DE DE VELOPPEMENT] [POLITIQUE GOUVERNE- XL TT TRIBUNAUX XI MENTALE] [POLITIQUE SOCIALE] [STATIS TIQUES DEMOGRAPHIQUES] Unequal participation by women in the working world. (1990). [POPULATION ACTIVE] [PARTICIPA T IO N DES FEM M ES] [TRAVAILLEUSES] [AMERIQUE LATINE] Women and garment production in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TRAVAILLEUSES] [IN DUSTRIE TEXTILE] [ANALYSE HISTORIQUE] To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRATION REGION ALE] [ANTILLAIS] [INTEGRATION POLI TIQ UE] [CARICOM] [ETABLISSEMENTS D'ENSEIGNEMENT] (TRIBUNAUX] [MARCHE FINANCIER] [ZONES MONETAIRES] [INTE GRATION CULTURELLE] [SPORTS] TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO TT Review of the economy (1990). [CONDITIONS ECONOMIQUES] [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] UNIVERSITES XI Management training in the Eastern Caribbean: the challenge to the U.W J- (1991). [UNIVERSITES] [EDUCATION] [FORMATION A LA GESTION] USAGE DE STUPEFIANTS TT Address by M r A A JL Robinson Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago on the occassion of the launching ofthe National Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Programme on Tuesday, February 6,1990. (1990). [U SAG E D E STUPEFIA NTS] [AL COOLISME] [PROBLEMES SOCIAUX] XI Health/tourism interaction. (1990). [TOURISME] [SANTE] [USAGE DE STUPEFIANTS] [SERV ICES DE SANTE] UTILISATION DES RESSOURCES CU Utilización de los medios de rotación normados en la Agricultura. (1989). [AGRICULTURE] [RES SOURCES ECONOMIQUES] [UTILISATION DES RESSOURCES] VALEURS MOBILIERES TT Development of the securities market in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [VALEURS MOBILIERES] [IN VESTISSEMENTS] [OBLIGATIONS] [AC TIONS] [MARCHE FINANCIER] VALEURS SOCIALES XI Ethics among professionals: a philosophical view of a universal system. (1990). [ETHIQUE] [SYSTEMES DE VALEURS] [VALEURS SOCIALES] VENDEURS JM JM JM JM Contribution of sidewalk vendors and higglers to the economy. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [VEN DEURS] [NEGOCIANTS] [COMMERCE DE DE TAIL] In form al com m ercial im porters : their origin, and their problems. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [VEN DEURS] [COMMERCE INTERIEUR] [COM MERCE DE DETAIL] [NEGOCIANTS] "It n ice". (1989). [SE C TEU R IN FO R M EL] [FEMMES] [VENDEURS] [NEGOCIANTS] Problem of regulating sidewalk vending. (1989). [SEC TEUR INFORM EL] [VENDEURS] [COM MERCE INTERIEUR] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

114 VOTE JM Some results from a research project on sidewalk vending of food. (1989). [SECTEUR INFORMEL] [ALI M EN TS] [V E N D E U R S] [P R O JE T S DE RECHERCHE] [COMMERCE INTERIEUR] TIQ UE] [CARICOM] [ETABLISSEMENTS D'ENSEIGNEMENT] [TRIBUNAUX] [MARCHE FINANCIER] [ZONES MONETAIRES] [INTE GRATION CULTURELLE] [SPORTS] VOTE HT NA general elections in Haiti. (1991). [ELECTIONS] [HISTOIRE] [STABILITE POLITIQUE] [VOTE] [COMPORTEMENT POLITIQUE] Report on the Namibia experience. (1989). [ELEC TIONS] [VOTE] [NAMIBIE] ZONES DE LIBRE-ECHANGE DO Dominican doubts. ECHANGE] (1990). [ZONES DE LIBRE- ZONES MONETAIRES XI To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRATION REGION ALE] [ANTILLAIS] [INTEGRATION POLI- ZONES RURALES XL ZOOTECHNIE AG Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposal for Latin America. (1989). [POLITIQUE ECONOM IQUE] [AGRICULTURE] [PAU VRETE] [ZONES RURALES] [DEVELOPPE M EN T A G R IC O L E ] [D E V E L O PPE M E N T RURAL] [STRATEGIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT] Antigua and Barbuda: nine years of economic expansion, but challenges ahead. (1990). [TOURISME] [CROISSANCE ECONOMIQUE] [SECTEUR AG RICOLE] [ZOOTECHNIE] [CEE] [AIDE FI NANCIERE] 94 CARISPLAN Abstracts,No.22,1991

115 I N D I C E T E M A T I C O ACCIONES TT ACERO XZ ACP XZ ACTITUDES XZ Development of the securities market in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TITULOS] [INVERSIONES] [OBLIGACIONES] [ACCIONES] [MERCADO FINANCIERO] Notes on the world steel industry. (1990). [ACERO] [INDUSTRIA SIDERURGICA] Tourism sector aud Lome IV. (1990). [TURISMO] [ACUERDOS ECONOMICOS] [ACUERDOS IN TERNACIONALES] [CEE] [ACP] [COOPERA CION INTERNACIONAL] Attitudes to environment. (1990). [DETERIORO AM BIENTAL] [ACTITUDES] [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [CONTAMINACION] [ENCUESTAS] ACUERDOS ECONOMICOS XZ Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [TURISMO] [ACUERDOS ECONOMICOS] [ACUERDOS IN TERNACIONALES] [CEE] [ACP] [COOPERA CION INTERNACIONAL] ACUERDOS INTERNACIONALES XZ Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [TURISMO] [ACUERDOS ECONOMICOS] [ACUERDOS IN TERNACIONALES] [CEE] [ACP] [COOPERA CION INTERNACIONAL] ADIESTRAMIENTO DEL PERSONAL CU Formación de la fuerza de trabajo calificada: previsiones del Che.. (1989). [INDUSTRIALIZACION] [ADIESTRAMIENTO DEL PERSONAL] [PAISES SOCIALISTAS] [RECURSOS HUMANOS] ADITIVOS ALIMENTARIOS XI Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETADO] [EMBALAJE] [RECIPI ENTES] [PROTECCION DEL CONSUMIDOR] [NORMAS DE CALIDAD] [ADITIVOS ALIMEN TARIOS] [EXPORTACIONES] [FRUTAS] [HORTALIZAS] [ESPECIAS] XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of h o rticultu ral com m odities for export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE TADO] [EMBALAJE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] ADMINISTRACION DE EMPRESAS CU Base Normativa en la Empresa. (1990). [ADMINIS TRACION DE EMPRESAS] [NORMAS DE PRO DUCCION] CU Planificación Empresarial: problemas y perspectivas. (1989). [SISTEMAS DE PLANIFICACION] [AD MINISTRACION DE EMPRESAS] [EMPRESAS] CU Tendencias organizativas de las empresas cubanas. (1989). [ECONOMIA PLANIFICADA] [EMPRE- SAS SOCIALISTAS] EMPRESAS] [ADMINISTRACION DE ADMINISTRACION DE RECURSOS XZ Approach to islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINIS TRACION DE RECURSOS] [TRANSPORTE] [TRANSPORTE MARITIMO] [ISLAS] [POTEN CIAL DE DESARROLLO] [GESTION AMBIEN TAL] [ADMINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] XZ Approach to islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINIS TRACION DE RECURSOS] [TRANSPORTE] [TRANSPORTE MARITIMO] [ISLAS] [POTEN CIAL DE DESARROLLO] [GESTION AMBIEN TAL] [ADMINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] XL Assessment of regional environmental trends in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [GESTION AM BIENTAL] [RECURSOS NATURALES] [AD MINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] AG Avoiding waste and managing resources better: an interview with John St. Luce, M inister of Finance. (1990). [ADMINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] XI Challenges for sustainable development in small Caribbean islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINISTRA C IO N D E R EC U R SO S] [D E TERIO R O AMBIENTAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] XI Economic policy and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [ADMINISTRACION DE RE CURSOS] [MARCO INSTITUCIONAL] [ES TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] XI How to sustain a small island. (1990). [ADMINIS TRACION DE RECURSOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CA SOS] [ISLAS] [G ESTIO N AM BIENTAL] [POTENCIAL DE DESARROLLO] XZ Managing small-island sustainability: towards a systems design. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [DETERIORO AMBIENTAL] [EQUILIBRIO ECOLOGICO] ZZ Overview:sustainabledevelopmentandenvironmental managem entofsm allislands. (1990). [ISLAS] [AD MINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] XI AFRICA CU AGRICULTURA CU TT CU XL Water resources management for sustainable developm ent. (1990). [RECURSOS HÍDRICOS] [ADMIN IS T R A C IO N DE R EC U RSO S] [ORDENAMIENTO DE LAS AGUAS] [SISTE MAS DE INFORMACION] Carnival in Cuba: another chapter in the nationalization of culture. (1990). [CUBA] [AFRICA] [CUL TURA POPULAR] [HISTORIA] Análisis de algunos aspectos del proceso decooperativizacion en la agricultura cañera. (1989). [COOPERA TIV A S A G R IC O L A S] [TR A B A JA D O R ES AGRICOLAS] [CANA DE AZUCAR] [AGRI CULTURA] Challenge of employment promotion: Trinidad and Tobago in the 1990's. (1990). [EMPLEO] [DESEM PLEO] [AGRICULTURA] Cuba: utilización de la aviación agrícola. (1989). [AG RICULTURA] [FUNGICIDAS] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposal for L atin A m erica. (1989). [POLITICA CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

116 AGROINDÚSTRIA ECONOMICA] [AGRICULTURA] [POBREZA] [ZONAS RU RA LES] [D ESARROLLO AG ROPECUARIO] [DESARROLLO RURAL] [ES TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] XI Links between tourism, agriculture and the environment. (1990). [TURISMO] [EFECTOS EN EL ME DIO AMBIENTE] [AGRICULTURA] TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [SECTOR PUBLICO] [PROPIEDAD PUBLICA] [HACIENDA PUBLICA] [ENERGIA] [FABRI CACION INDUSTRIAL] [AGRICULTURA] [IN DUSTRIA FORESTAL] CU Utilización de los medios de rotación normados en la Agricultura. (1989). [AGRICULTURA] [RECUR SOS ECONOMICOS] [UTILIZACION DE LOS RECURSOS] AGROINDÚSTRIA CU Autoconsumo en el MINAZ. (1989). [INDUSTRIA AZUCARERA] [COOPERATIVAS DE CON SUMO] [AGROINDÚSTRIA] [CONSUMO] CU Rentabilidad de los complejos agroindustriales azucareros de la provincia de la Habana en el periodo de (1989). [RENTABILIDAD] [AGROIN DÚSTRIA] [INDUSTRIA AZUCARERA] AMERINDIOS G Y Case of T h e Barama River Caribs of Guyana res tu d- ied". (1990). [AMERINDIOS] [ANALISIS DE MOGRAFICO] [ETNOGRAFIA] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] [ANTROPOLOGIA SOCIAL Y CUL TURAL] ANALISIS COMPARATIVO XZ World population prospects (1991). [DIS T R IB U C IO N DE LA PO BLA CIO N ] [CRE C IM IEN TO D E M O G R A FIC O ] [ANALISIS COMPARATIVO] [DINAMICA DE LA POBLA CION] [PROYECCIONES DE POBLACION] ANALISIS DEMOGRAF ICO G Y Case of T h e Barama River Caribs of Guyana restudied". (1990). [AMERINDIOS] [ANALISIS DE MOGRAFICO] [ETNOGRAFIA] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] [ANTROPOLOGIA SOCIAL Y CUL TURAL] XI Migration and the demographic transition: a West Indian example. (1990). [MIGRACION] [ANALISIS DEM OGRAFICO] [TASA DE NATALIDAD] [TASA DE M O R TA L ID A D ] [CENSOS DE POBLACION] AGUA US Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [BIBLIOTECAS] [PREVENCION DE DE SASTRES] [DESASTRES NATURALES] [IN C E N D IO S ] [A G U A ] [EN CU ESTA S] [PLANIFICACION] [DOCUMENTOS DE REUN ION] ANALISIS ECONOMICO XI External trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean: the economic impacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to th e C arib b ean. (1990). [CARIBE] [COMERCIO] [PUERTO RICO] [EXPORTACIO NES] [ANALISIS ECONOMICO] [ANALISIS IN SUMO-PRODUCTO] ALCOHOLISMO TT XI BB ALIMENTOS JM ALUMNOS XI Address by M r A N A. Robinson Prime Minister of the Republic oftrinidad and Tobago on the occassion of the launching of the National Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Programme on Tuesday, February 6,1990. (1990). [TOXICOMANIA] [ALCOHOLISMO] [PROBLEMAS SOCIALES] Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [ASPECTOS JURIDICOS] [PRO TECCION LEGAL] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [ALCOHOLISMO] [INVESTIGA CION SOCIAL] [ASPECTOS PSICOLOGICOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] Incest and drug abuse. (1990). [AYUDA A LA IN FANCIA] [ALCOHOLISMO] Some results from a research project on sidewalk vending of food. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [ALI MENTOS] [VENDEDORES] [PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACION] [COMERCIO INTERNO] Prim ary education and literacy in the Caribbean. (1990). [EDUCACION BASICA] [ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA] [SISTEMAS DE ENSEÑANZA] [PERSONAL DOCENTE] [ALUMNOS] [COSTO DE LA ENSEÑANZA] AMERICA LATINA XL Unequal participation by women in the working world. (1990). [POBLACION ACTIVA] [PARTICIPA CION DE LA MUJER] [TRABAJADORAS] [AMERICA LATINA] ANALISIS ESTADISTICO XZ XZ Multivariate statistical analysis of country classification: the identification of small developing countries. (1990). [ANALISIS ESTADISTICO] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [CLASIFICACION] Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [TURISMO] [DATOSESTADISTI COS] [PREDICCIONES] [ANALISIS ESTADIS TICO] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [ECONOMIA INTERNA CIONAL] ANALISIS HISTORICO BZ Belize: country profile. (1990). [ANALISIS RE GIONAL] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] XI Caribbean feminist tradition. (1990). [MUJERES] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] [DERECHOS DE LA MUJER] [ESCLAVITUD] G Y Ethnic conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [ETNICIDAD] [CONFLICTOS SOCIA LES] [PODER POLITICO] [PLURALISMO CUL T U R A L ] [A N A L ISIS H IS T O R IC O ] [METODOLOGIA] TT TT XI Politics, public policy and Friendly Societies in TrinidadandTobago. (1990). [LIDERAZGO POLITICO] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] [POLITICA GUBERNA MENTAL] Women and garment production in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TRABAJADORAS] [IN DUSTRIA TEXTIL] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] Women's organisations in the Caribbean Community from the 19th century to today. (1990). [ORGANI ZACIONES FEM ENINAS] [ANALISIS HIS T O R IC O ] [M O V IM IE N T O S O B R E R O S] [PARTIDOS POLITICOS] 96 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

117 ASPECTOS JURIDICOS ANALISIS INSUMO-PRODUCTO XI Externai trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean: the economic impacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to th e C arib b ean. (1990). [CARIBE] [COMERCIO] [PUERTO RICO] [EXPORTACIO NES] [ANALISIS ECONOMICO] [ANALISIS IN SUMO-PRODUCTO] TT Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [ESTA DISTICAS ECONOMICAS] [MODELOS ECONOMICOS] [MODELOS ECONOMÉTRI COS] [ANALISIS INSUM O-PRODUCTO] [ESTADISTICA] [CONTABILIDAD NACIONAL] [POBLACION] ANALISIS REGIONAL BZ Belize: country profile. (1990). [ANALISIS RE GIONAL] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] ANALISIS SOCIOLOGICO XI Household structure in a West Indian society. (1990). [ENCUESTAS DE HOGARES] [ESTRUCTURA SOCIAL] [ANALISIS SOCIOLOGICO] [MEDIO FAMILIAR] ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [ASPECTOS JURIDICOS] [PRO TECCION LEGAL] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [ALCOHOLISMO] [INVESTIGA CION SOCIAL] [ASPECTOS PSICOLOGICOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] XZ Cross-cultural perspectives in child abuse and neglect. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL] ANTICONCEPCION TT More contraceptive choices likely by the end of the century. (1990). [ANTICONCEPCION] [REGU LACION DE LA NATALIDAD] [SALUD] ANTILLANOS XI ANTROPOLOGIA SOCIAL Y CULTURAL G Y Case of T he Barama River Caribs of Guyana restudied". (1990). [AMERINDIOS] [ANALISIS DE MOGRAFICO] [ETNOGRAFIA] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] [ANTROPOLOGIA SOCIAL Y CUL TURAL] APARTHEID XI TT ARCHIVOS TT To be a West Indian: a personal view ofthe integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRACION REGIONAL] [ANTILLANOS] [INTEGRACION POLITICA] [C A R IC O M ] [E ST A B L E C IM IE N T O S DE ENSEÑANZA] [TRIBUNALES] [MERCADO FI NANCIERO] [ZONAS MONETARIAS] [INTE GRACION CULTURAL] [DEPORTES] Apartheid, sanctions and sport. (1989). [APART HEID] [DEPORTES] [BOICOT] Statement by Prime Minister AJN.R. Robinson to the forty-fifth regular session of the United Nations General Assembly, New York, October 4, (1990). [DEMOCRACIA] [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [APARTHEID] Oral and pictorial records programmeoftheuniversity of the West Indies, St. Augustine: an overview. (1990). [ARCHIVOS] [FOTOS] [GRABACIONES] ARTE TT Address by Prim e M inister A N U. Robinson at the opening of the Naparima Bowl, Saturday, October 20, (1990). [ARTE] [CULTURA] [DESAR ROLLO CULTURAL] [TEATRO] [ARTES DRAMATICAS] ARTES DEL ESPECTACULO TT Memorandum to the Government of Trinidad and Tobago on (l)the National Concert Hall (2)capital investm ents by th e steelband m ovem ent. (1990). [INVERSIONES] [BIENES DE CAPITAL] [AR TES DEL ESPECTACULO] ARTES DRAMATICAS TT Address by Prim e M inister A A R. Robinson at the opening Of the Naparima Bowl, Saturday, October 20, (1990). [ARTE] [CULTURA] [DESAR ROLLO CULTURAL] [TEATRO] [ARTES DRAMATICAS] ARTICULOS BIBLIOGRAFICOS XI United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean literature review on sociocultural impacts of tourism. (1991). [TURISMO] [CONSECUENCIAS ECONOM ICAS] [CON SECUENCIAS SOCIALES] [ARTICULOS BIBLI OGRAFICOS] ASALARIADOS XZ ASOCIACIONES XI TT Organising from the perspective of unwaged housework: the international wages for housework campaign. (1990). [TR A B A JA D O R A S] [ASALARIADOS] [BIENESTAR SOCIAL] Community empowerment: alternative structures for national development. (1990). [ASOCIACIONES] [E ST U D IO S D E CASOS] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO Y SOCIAL] Short history of The Shipping Association of Trinidad andtobago. (1991). [TRANSPORTEMARITIMO] [ASOCIACIONES] [HISTORIA] ASOCIACIONES DE AGRICULTORES XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of h o rticu ltu ral com m odities for export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE TADO] [EMBALAJE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] ASPECTOS JURIDICOS JM Abused child and the law: a Jamaican perspective. (1990). [ASPECTOS JURIDICOS] XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [ASPECTOS JURIDICOS] [PRO TECCION LEGAL] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [ALCOHOLISMO] [INVESTIGA CION SOCIAL] [ASPECTOS PSICOLOGICOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] XZ Issue of empowerment: an overview. (1990). [ASPEC TOS JURIDICOS] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

118 ASPECTOS POLITICOS XI XI Legal aspects of child abuse in the English-speaking Caribbean. (1990). [ASPECTOS JURIDICOS] [AS PECTOS JURIDICOS] Legal aspects of child abuse in the English-speaking Caribbean. (1990). [ASPECTOS JURIDICOS] [AS PECTOS JURIDICOS] ASPECTOS POLITICOS TT Organising as consumers: the experience ofthe Housewives Association of Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [ORGANIZACIONES FEMENINAS] [CONSUMI DORES] [ASPECTOS POLITICOS] ASPECTOS PSICOLOGICOS XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [ASPECTOS JURIDICOS] [PRO TECCION LEGAL] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [ALCOHOLISMO] [INVESTIGA CION SOCIAL] [ASPECTOS PSICOLOGICOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] TT Empowerment through education: power and control from the perspective of the abused child. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [ASPECTOS PSI COLOGICOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] ATENCION MEDICA TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SALUD] [CONTROL SANI TARIO] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [EQUIPO SANITARIO] [ATENCION MEDICA] [NECESI DADES ALIMENTARIAS] [NUTRICION] [PRO TECCION AMBIENTAL] [ENFERMEDADES] TT Impact of the health delivery system on women in Trinidad and Tobago: consequences for the year 2000 and beyond. (1990). [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [ATENCION MEDICA] [MUJERES] AUTOMATIZACION ZZ First Caribbean Conference and Exhibition on Artificial Intelligence-Book of abstracts. (1989). [AUTO M A T IZ A C IO N ] [N UEV A T EC N O L O G IA ] [COMPUTADORAS] AYUDA A LA INFANCIA XI Child abuse: a Caribbean regional perspective. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [PROTECCION LE GAL] XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [ASPECTOS JURIDICOS] [PRO TECCION LEGAL] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [ALCOHOLISMO] [INVESTIGA CION SOCIAL] [ASPECTOS PSICOLOGICOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] AN Child abuse: the experience of the island of Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. (1990). [AYUDA A LA IN FANCIA] VI Childabuse:theU.VirginIsIandsexperience. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] XZ Cross-cultural perspectives in child abuse and neglect. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL] TT Empowerment through education: power and control from the perspective of the abused child. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [ASPECTOS PSI COLOGICOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] BB Incest and drug abuse. (1990). [AYUDA A LA IN FANCIA] [ALCOHOLISMO] TT Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [FAMILIA] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [PROBLEMAS SOCIA LES] [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [NINOS] [DERECHOS HUMANOS] [BIENESTAR SO CIAL] AYUDA AL DESARROLLO CU Cuba- URSS: cooperación para el desarrollo. (1989). [COOPERACION ECONOMICA] [AYUDA AL DESARROLLO] XI Debt adjustm ent and development: looking to the 1990s. (1990). [D EU D A ] [D ESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [COMERCIO IN TERNACIONAL] [AYUDA AL DESARROLLO] [FMI] [BANCO MUNDIAL] TT Memorandum and recommendation of the President ofthe International Bank for Reconstruction and Development to the Executive Directors on a proposed loan in an amount equivalent to US$4it million to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago for a (1989). [AYUDA AL DESARROLLO] [COOPERACION TECNICA] TT Memorandum and recommendation of the President of the International Bank for Restruction and Development to the executive directors on a proposed structural adjustment loan in an amount equivalent to US$40 million to Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [AYUDA AL DESARROLLO] [COOPER ACION TECNICA] AYUDA FINANCIERA AG Antigua and Barbuda: nine years of economic expansion, but challenges ahead. (1990). [TURISMO] [CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO] [SECTOR AG R O P E C U A R IO ] [Z O O T E C N IA ] [CEE] [AYUDA FINANCIERA] BALANZA DE PAGOS TT G overnors' p ap ers, : a bibliography:- speeches and papers of the former Governors of the C entral Bank of T rinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLITICA ECONOM ICA] [BANCOS CEN TRALES] [INSTITUCIONES FINANCIERAS] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [BALANZA DE PA GOS] TT Modelling the balance of payments in Trinidad and Tobago, (1990). [BALANZA DE PA G O S] [M O D E L O S E C O N O M É T R IC O S ] [E V A L U A C IO N E C O N O M IC A ] [TEO R IA MONETARIA] BANCO MUNDIAL XI Debt adjustm ent and development: looking to the 1990s. (1990). [D EU D A ] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [COMERCIO IN TERNACIONAL] [AYUDA AL DESARROLLO] [FMI] [BANCO MUNDIAL] BANCOS AGRICOLAS XI Financing investment projects of fresh horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [BANCOS AGRI COLAS] [CREDITO AGRICOLA] [HORTICUL TURA] 98 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No.22,1991

119 CANADA BANCOS CENTRALES TT Experience of forecasting at the Central Bank. (1990). [BANCOS CENTRALES] [PREDICCIONES ECONOMICAS] TT G overnors' papers, : a bibliography:- speeches and papers of the former Governors of the C entral Bank of T rinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [BANCOS CEN TRALES] [INSTITUCIONES FINANCIERAS] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [BALANZA DE PA GOS] TT Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. (1990). [BANCOS CENTRALES] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [CON TROL DE CAMBIOS] [POLITICA FISCAL] [FI NANCIAMIENTO DE LA VIVIENDA] TT Research function of a central bank. (1990). [BAN COS CENTRALES] [INVESTIGACION] BANCOS DE DESARROLLO XI CDB 20, the first twenty years: (1991). [BANCOS DE DESARROLLO] TT Into the valley of debt: an alternative road to the IMF/World Bank Path in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [BANCOS DE DESARROLLO] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] BARRERA LINGUISTICA XI A regional perspective: conference papers. (1989). [ENSEÑANZA DE IDIOMAS] [LINGUISTICA] [LENGUAS] [BARRERA LINGUISTICA] [MUL- TILINGUISMO] BELICE XI BIBLIOGRAFIAS XZ BIBLIOTECAS US XI BIENES DE CAPITAL CU Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DESAR ROLLO ECONOMICO] [COOPERACION RE G IONAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [BELICE] [DOMINICA] [GRANADA] [GUY ANA] [JAMAICA] Post-harvest systems in the tropics : a bibliography based on citations from the CAGRIS and AGRIS data bases. (1989). [BIBLIOGRAFIAS] [SISTEMAS PO STCO SECH A] [CULTIVOS TROPICALES] Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [BIBLIOTECAS] [PREVENCION DE DE SASTRES] [DESASTRES NATURALES] [IN C E N D IO S] [A G U A ] [EN C U ESTA S] [PLANIFICACION] [DOCUMENTOS DE REUN ION] Principales sources d'information aux Antilles Françaises. (1989). [BIBLIOTECAS] [CIENCIAS DE LA INFORMACION] [FUENTES DE INFORMA CION] [DIFUSION DE LA INFORMACION] ECLAC. Producción de bienes de capital en Cuba. (1989). [BIENES DE CAPITAL] TT Engineering and capital goods - sector profile. (1990). [INGENIERIA] [BIENES DE CAPITAL] [INDUS TRIA] TT Memorandum to the Government oftrinidad and Tobago on (l)the National Concert Hall (2)capital investm ents by the steelband m ovem ent. (1990). [INVERSIONES] [BIENES DE CAPITAL] [AR TES DEL ESPECTACULO] BIENES DE CONSUMO ZZ Ethnics and economics. (1990). [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [BIENES DE CONSUMO] [CUL TURA] [DESARROLLO INDUSTRIAL] BIENESTAR SOCIAL XZ Organising from the perspective of unwaged housework: the international wages for housework campaign. (1990). [TR A B A JA D O R A S] [ASALARIADOS] [BIENESTAR SOCIAL] TT Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [FAMILIA] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [PROBLEMAS SOCIA LES] [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [NINOS] [DERECHOS HUMANOS] [BIENESTAR SO CIAL] BOICOT XI Apartheid, sanctions and sport. (1989). [APART HEID] [DEPORTES] [BOICOT] BONOS DEL TESORO TT M arket for treasury bills in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [MERCADOMONETARIO] [BONOSDEL TESORO] [EMPRESTITOS PUBLICOS] CALIDAD AMBIENTAL TT National consultation paper on enhancing the quality oflife. (1990). [CALIDAD DE LA VIDA] [CONDI CIONES DE VIDA] [NECESIDADES BASICAS] [CALIDAD AMBIENTAL] CALIDAD DE LA VIDA TT National consultation paper on enhancing the quality oflife. (1990). [CALIDAD DE LA VIDA] [CONDI CIONES DE VIDA] [NECESIDADES BASICAS] [CALIDAD AMBIENTAL] CAMBIO CULTURAL XI West Indies: patterns of development, culture and environm ental change since (1990). [GE O G RAFIA ] [H ISTORIA ] [DESARROLLO E C O N O M IC O ] [D E SA R R O L L O SOCIAL] [CAMBIO CULTURAL] [INDUSTRIA AZUCAR ERA] CAMBIO TECNOLOGICO XI Economic development in the Caribbean: facilitating technological innovation. (1990). [DESARROLLO E C O N O M IC O ] [D E PEN D E N C IA TEC NOLOGICA] [INVERSIONES EXTRANJERAS] [CAMBIO TECNOLOGICO] [INNOVACIONES] [DESARROLLO INDUSTRIAL] CANA DE AZUCAR CU Análisis de algunos aspectos del proceso decooperativizacion en la agricultura cañera. (1989). [COOPERA CANADA XI T IV A S A G R IC O L A S] [T R A B A JA D O R E S AGRICOLAS] [CANA DE AZUCAR] [AGRI CULTURA] Changing the face of Caribbean ports. (1991). [PUER TOS] [CANADA] [TURISMO] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No.22,

120 CAPACITACION CAPACITACION IM TT XL Maternal health in Jamaica: health needs,services and utilization. (1990). [SALUD MATERNOINFAN TIL] [PROBLEMAS SOCIALES] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [ENFERMEDADES CRONICAS] [PERSONAL DE SALUD] [CAPACITACION] New era for oil in Trinidad and Tobago: imperatives for hum an resource development. (1990). [ENERGIA] [RECURSOS PETROLIFEROS] [RECURSOS HU MANOS] [MANO DE OBRA] [PLANIFICACION] [CONTRATACION] [CAPACITACION] [LID ERAZGO] Situación acutal en materia de prevision de caudales inundaciones en America Latina y el Caribe. (1989). [PREVENCION DE DESASTRES] [LUCHA CON TRA LAS INUNDACIONES] [CAPACITACION] [COOPERACION TECNICA] CAPACITACION DE EMPRESARIOS CU Educación délas masas y la capacitación délos cuadros en la obra del Che (II). (1989). [CAPACITACION DE EMPRESARIOS] [EDUCACION DE MASAS] [FORMACION PROFESIONAL] XI Management training in the Eastern Caribbean: the challenge to the U.W J- (1991). [UNIVERSIDADES] [EDUCACION] [CAPACITACION DE EMPRE SARIOS] JM Training and dissemination of managerial know-how in LDCS: Jamaica. (1990). [CAPACITACION DE EMPRESARIOS] [EMPRESAS] [EMPRESAS TRANSNACIONALES] CARICOM XI XI XI XI TT CARTON XI Cuba I Caricom relations: proposals. (1990). [CARI COM] [INTEGRACION REGIONAL] [COOPER A C IO N E C O N O M IC A ] [C O O PE R A C IO N TECNICA] Regional cooperation as an dem ent of Caribbean development strategy. (1990). [INTEGRACION RE G IO N A L] [IN TEG R A C IO N ECONOM ICA] [ESTRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] [CARI COM] Relations between the French Overseas Departments and CARICOM. (1990). [CARICOM] [INTEGRA CION REGIONAL] To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRACIONREGIONAL] [ANTILLANOS] [INTEGRACION POLITICA] [C A R IC O M ] [E ST A B L E C IM IE N T O S DE ENSEÑANZA] [TRIBUNALES] [MERCADO FI NANCIERO] [ZONAS MONETARIAS] [INTE GRACION CULTURAL] [DEPORTES] Trinidad and Tobago hydrocarbons: mgjor lessons for the region. (1990). [HIDROCARBUROS] [CARI COM] [COM ERCIO] [PRODUCTOS DEL PETROLEO] [PRODUCCION] [GAS NATU RAL] New developments in packaging material for use in exporting fresh horticultural products. (1990). [EM BALAJE] [MADERA] [CARTON] [PLASTI COS] CAPITAL XI CARIBE XI XI XI XI XI XI XI XI Surplus labour economy affects technological advances. (1991). [CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO] [CAPITAL] [TRABAJO] Agenda 2000: a metaphor forchange releasing thecreative energies of Caribbean people in development. (1990). [COOPERACION REGIONAL] [CRE C IM IEN T O E C O N O M IC O ] [R EFO R M A ECONOMICA] [CARIBE] External trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean: the economic impacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to the C arib b ean. (1990). [CARIBE] [COMERCIO] [PUERTO RICO] [EXPORTACIO NES] [ANALISIS ECONOMICO] [ANALISIS IN SUMO-PRODUCTO] Formal launching of the Independent West Indian Commission. (1990). [D ESARROLLO IN TE GRADO] [CARIBE] Getting on with the job of Caribbean survival. (1990). [DESARROLLO INTEGRADO] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO Y SOCIAL] [CARIBE] Grenada: the way forward in the decade of the 90's. (1991). [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [ES TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] [COOPERA CIO N E C O N O M IC A ] [C O O PE R A C IO N REGIONAL] [GRANADA] [CARIBE] Opening address. (1990). [DESARROLLO INTE GRADO] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO Y SO CIAL] [CARIBE] Proposed resolutions forthe Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [COOPERACION ECONOMICA] [COOPERACION REGIONAL] [CONFEREN CIAS] [CARIBE] West Indian Commission:a public forum on the future. (1990). [DESARROLLO INTEGRADO] [DESAR ROLLO ECONOMICO Y SOCIAL] [CARIBE] CEE AG XZ Antigua and Barbuda: nine years of economic expansion, but challenges ahead. (1990). [TURISMO] [CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO] [SECTOR AG R O P E C U A R IO ] [Z O O T E C N IA ] [C EE] [AYUDA FINANCIERA] Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [TURISMO] [ACUERDOS ECONOMICOS] [ACUERDOS IN TERNACIONALES] [CEE] [ACP] [COOPERA CION INTERNACIONAL] CENSOS DE POBLACION XI Migration and the demographic transition: a West Indian example. (1990). [MIGRACION] [ANALISIS DEM OGRAFICO] [TASA DE NATALIDAD] [TASA D E M O R TA LID A D ] [CENSOS DE POBLACION] CENTROS DE INVESTIGACION XI CIENCIA Y TECNOLOGIA XI XI Final report on a proposal for the establishment and operations of a business incubator facility in Trinidad andtobago. (1989). [CIENCIA Y TECNOLOGIA] [CENTROS DE INVESTIGACION] Final report on a proposal for the establishment and operations of abusiness incubator facility in Trinidad andtobago. (1989). [CIENCIA Y TECNOLOGIA] [CENTROS DE INVESTIGACION] Science, technology and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [CIENCIA Y TECNOLO GIA] CIENCIAS DE LA INFORMACION XI Principales sources d'information aux Antilles Françaises. (1989). [BIBLIOTECAS] [CIENCIAS DE LA INFORMACION] [FUENTES DE INFORMA CION] [DIFUSION DE LA INFORMACION] 100 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

121 COMUNICACION CLASIFICACION XZ XL Multivariate statistical analysis of country classification: the identification of small developing countries. (1990). [ANALISIS ESTADISTICO] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [CLASIFICACION] Preparation of inventories and balance sheets of the natural and cultural heritage. (1990). [RECURSOS NATURALES] [PATRIMONIO CULTURAL] [INVENTARIOS] [CUENTAS NACIONALES] [CLASIFICACION] COMERCIALIZACION TT International marketing opportunities for fresh fruits and vegetables. (1990). [COMERCIALIZACION] [OPORTUNIDADES COMERCIALES] XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of h o rticu ltu ral com m odities for export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE TADO] [EMBALAJE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] XZ Tourism: planning, promotion and marketing. (1990). [TURISMO] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [FOMENTO DEL TURISMO] [PLANIFICACION] [C O M E R C IA L IZ A C IO N ] [D ESA R R O LLO ECONOM ICO] [INFRAESTRUCTURA DEL TURISMO] COMERCIANTES JM Contribution of sidewalk vendors and higglers to the economy. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [VEND EDORES] [COMERCIANTES] [COMERCIO MI NORISTA] JM Informal commercial im porten and the manufacturin g secto r. (1989). [SECTOR IN FORM A L] [ECONOMIA SUBTERRANEA] [COMERCI JM ANTES] [COMERCIO MINORISTA] Informal commercial im porters:their origin,and their problems. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [VEND EDORES] [COMERCIO INTERNO] [COMER CIO MINORISTA] [COMERCIANTES] JM "It nice". (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [MU JERES] [VENDEDORES] [COMERCIANTES] COMERCIO XI TT External trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean: the economic impacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to th e C aribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] [COMERCIO] [PUERTO RICO] [EXPORTACIO NES] [ANALISIS ECONOMICO] [ANALISIS IN SUMO-PRODUCTO] Trinidad and Tobago hydrocarbons: major lessons for the,region. (1990). [HIDROCARBUROS] [CARI COM] [COM ERCIO] [PRODUCTOS DEL PETROLEO] [PRODUCCION] [GAS NATU RAL] COMERCIO EXTERIOR CU Cuba: crecimiento economico e inestabilidad externa. (1990). [CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO] [MAC ROECONOMIA] [CUBA] [COMERCIO EXTE RIOR] [ESTABILIZACION ECONOMICA] COMERCIO INTERNACIONAL XI Debt adjustm ent and development: looking to the 1990s. (1990). [D EU D A ] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [COMERCIO IN TERNACIONAL] [AYUDA AL DESARROLLO] [FMI] [BANCO MUNDIAL] COMERCIO INTERNO CU Comercio mayorista en el sistema decomercio interior en C u b a. (1989). [COM ERCIO INTERNO] [COMERCIO MAYORISTA] JM Infonnalcom m erc alim porters:theiror g n,andtheir problems. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [VEND EDORES] [COMERCIO INTERNO] [COMER CIO MINORISTA] [COMERCIANTES] JM Problem of regulating sidewalk vending. (1989). [SEC TOR INFORMAL] [VENDEDORES] [COMER CIO INTERNO] JM Some results from a research project on sidewalk vending of food. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [ALI MENTOS] [VENDEDORES] [PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACION] [COMERCIO INTERNO] COMERCIO MAYORISTA CU Comercio mayorista en el sistema decomercio interior en C u b a. (1989). [COM ERCIO INTERNO] [COMERCIO MAYORISTA] COMERCIO MINORISTA JM Contribution of sidewalk vendors and higglers to the economy. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [VEND EDORES] [COMERCIANTES] [COMERCIO MI NORISTA] JM Informal commercial im porten and the manufacturin g se c to r. (1989). [SECTO R INFORM AL] [ECONOMIA SUBTERRANEA] [COMERCI ANTES] [COMERCIO MINORISTA] JM Inform alcom m ercialim porten:theirorigin,andtheir problems. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [VEND EDORES] [COMERCIO INTERNO] [COMER CIO MINORISTA] [COMERCIANTES] COMPORTAMIENTO XI Education tools to facilitate behaviour change. (1990). [R E G IM E N A L IM E N T A R IO ] [CO M PO R TAMIENTO] [NUTRICION] COMPORTAMIENTO POLITICO HT general décrions in Haití. (1991). [ELECCIO NES] [HISTORIA] [ESTABILIDAD POLITICA] [VOTACION] [COMPORTAMIENTO POLITICO] COMPUTADORAS XI Computerization in small ports. (1991). [PUERTOS] [PROCESAMIENTO ELECTRONICO DE DATOS] [COMPUTADORAS] XZ Educational technology: can it improve educational quality?. (1990). [TECNOLOGIA EDUCATIVA] [MEDIOS DE COMUNICACION] [COMPUTA DORAS] [ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA] [PAISES ZZ EN DESARROLLO] F in t Caribbean Conference and Exhibition on Artificial Intdligence - Book of abstracts. (1989). [AUTO M A T IZ A C IO N ] [N UEV A TEC N O LO G IA ] [COMPUTADORAS] COMUNICACION CU Comunicaciones en Cuba. (1989). [COMUNICA CION] XZ New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [MUJERES] [DANZA] [METO DOLOGIA] [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICACION] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

122 COMUNIDADES EUROPEAS [MUJERES] [COMUNICACION] [DANZA] [METODOLOGIA! [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICA CION] COMUNIDADES EUROPEAS XI UnifiedregionalEuropeaninarketanditsimplications challenges the C aribbean. (1990). [COMUNI DADES EUROPEAS] [INTEGRACION RE G IONAL] [M ERCADO] [CRECIM IENTO ECONOMICO] CONDICIONES DE VIDA TT National consultation paper on enhancing the quality oflife. (1990). [CALIDAD DE LA VIDA] [CONDI CIONES DE VIDA] [NECESIDADES BASICAS] [CALIDAD AMBIENTAL] CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS XI Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). [NINOS] [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [IN DICADORES ECONOMICOS] [INDICADORES DESALUD] [UNICEF] [PROGRAMAS DE TRA TT BAJO] [PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACION] From ownership to tenancy: loss of the national patrimony. (1990). [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [DESEMPLEO] GY Recent economic developments in Guyana (1990). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [CONDICIO NES ECONOMICAS] [GUYANA] TT Reviewoftheeconomy (1990). [CONDICIONES ECONOM ICAS] [POLITICA M ONETARIA] [HACIENDA PUBLICA] [GASTOS PUBLICOS] [D A TO S E ST A D IST IC O S] [R ECESIO N ECONOMICA] TT Review of the economy (1990). [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] XI Sustained development for the Caribbean. (1990). CONFERENCIAS XI [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [CONDICIONES ECONOM ICAS] [DESARROLLO SOCIAL] [ECONOMIA INTERNACIONAL] [MEDIO AM BIENTE] Proposed resolutions for the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [COOPERACION ECONOMICA] [COOPERACION REGIONAL] [CONFEREN CIAS] [CARIBE] CONFLICTOS SOCIALES G Y Ethnic conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [ETNICIDAD] [CONFLICTOS SOCIA LES] [PODER POLITICO] [PLURALISMO CUL T U R A L ] [A N A L ISIS H IST O R IC O ] [METODOLOGIA] CONSECUENCIAS ECONOMICAS XI Drug problem: social and economic effects - policy options for the Caribbean. (1990). [CONSECUEN CIAS SO C IA L E S] [C O N SEC U EN C IA S ECONOMICAS] [CORRUPCION] [ESTUPEFA CIENTES] [ELABORACION DE POLITICAS] [COOPERACION REGIONAL] XI United Nations Economic Commission for Latin Am erica and the Caribbean literature review on sociocultural impacts of tourism. (1991). [TURISMO] [CONSECUENCIAS ECONOMICAS] [CON SECUENCIAS SOCIALES] [ARTICULOS BIBLI OGRAFICOS] CONSECUENCIAS SOCIALES XI Drug problem: social and economic effects - policy options for the Caribbean. (1990). [CONSECUEN CIA S SO C IA L E S] [C O N SEC U EN C IA S ECONOMICAS] [CORRUPCION] [ESTUPEFA CIENTES] [ELABORACION DE POLITICAS] [COOPERACION REGIONAL] XL Growing presence of women in development. (1990). [PA RTICIPA CIO N DE LA M U JER] [CON SECUENCIAS SOCIALES] [STATUS DE LA MU JER] [TRABAJADORAS] XI Overcoming the socio-cultural and environmental impacts oftourism :the verdict for the Caribbean. (1990). [COSTOS SOCIALES] [TURISMO] [EFECTOS EN EL MEDIO AMBIENTE] [CONSECUENCIAS SOCIALES] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [PRO TECCION DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURAL] XI United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean literature review on sociocultural impacts of tourism. (1991). [TURISMO] [CONSECUENCIAS ECONOM ICAS] [CON SECUENCIAS SOCIALES] [ARTICULOS BIBLI OGRAFICOS] CONSUMIDORES TT Organisingasconsumers:theexperienceoftheHousewives Association of Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [ORGANIZACIONES FEMENINAS] [CONSUMI DORES] [ASPECTOS POLITICOS] CONSUMO CU Autoconsumo en el MINAZ. (1989). [INDUSTRIA AZUCARERA] [COOPERATIVAS DE CON SUMO] [AGROINDÚSTRIA] [CONSUMO] CONTABILIDAD NACIONAL TT Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [ESTA D IST IC A S E C O N O M IC A S] [M O D ELO S ECONOMICOS] [MODELOS ECONOMÉTRI COS] [A N A L ISIS IN S U M O -P R O D U C T O ] [ESTADISTICA] [CONTABILIDAD NACIONAL] [POBLACION] CONTAMINACION XZ Attitudestoenvironment. (1990). [DETERIORO AM BIENTAL] [ACTITUDES] [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [CONTAMINACION] [ENCUESTAS] CONTRATACION TT Neweraforoil in Trinidad and Tobago.'imperatives for human resource development. (1990). [ENERGIA] [RECURSOS PETROLIFEROS] [RECURSOS HU MANOS] [MANO DE OBRA] [PLANIFICACION] [CONTRATACION] [CAPACITACION] [LID ERAZGO] CONTROL DE CALIDAD XI Post harvest handling and storage of fresh fruits. (1990). [SISTEMASPOSTCOSECHA] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [FRUTAS] XI Post harvest handling systems for tropical cut flowers, foliage and potted plants. (1990). [FLORES] [EX PORTACIONES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] XI Post harvest handling systems for vegetables. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [HORTALIZAS] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of h o rticu ltu ral com m odities fo r export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE- 102 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No.22,1991

123 COOPERACION TECNICA XI TADO] [EMBALAJE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] Tropical root crops: post harvest quality and handling systems for quality maintenance. (1990). [CULTI VOS DE TUBEROSAS] [SISTEMAS POSTCO SECHA] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] CONTROL DE CAMBIOS TT Choice of exchange rate regime in a world of floating rates. (1990). [C O N T R O L DE CA M BIO S] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [MERCADO FINAN CIERO INTERNACIONAL] TT Exchange rate and exchange rate policy in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TIPO DE CAMBIO] [CONTROL DE CAMBIOS] [POLITICA MONE TARIA] TT Foreign exchange resources of Trinidad and Tobago: a need for budgeting. (1990). [TIPO DE CAMBIO] [CONTROL DE CAMBIOS] [POLITICA MONE TARIA] TT Monetary and financial policyin Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. (1990). [BANCOS CENTRALES] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [CON TROL DE CAMBIOS] [POLITICA FISCAL] [FI NANCIAMIENTO DE LA VIVIENDA] CONTROL SANITARIO TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SALUD] [CONTROL SANI TARIO] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [EQUIPO SANITARIO] [ATENCION MEDICA] [NECESI DADES ALIMENTARIAS] [NUTRICION] [PRO TECCION AMBIENTAL] [ENFERMEDADES] CONVENIOS COMERCIALES XI United States governm ent's Caribbean Basin Initiative. (1989). [PROMOCION DE LAS EXPORTACIO NES] [EVALUACION DE PROGRAMAS] [CON VENIOS COMERCIALES] COOPERACION ECONOMICA XI CARICOM: the promise and the reality. (1990). [CO OPERACION ECONOMICA] [EVALUACION ECONOMICA] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] XI Cuba / Caricom relations: proposals. (1990). [CARI COM] [INTEGRACION REGIONAL] [COOPER A CIO N E C O N O M IC A ] [C O O PE R A C IO N TECNICA] CU Cuba- URSS: cooperación para el desarrollo. (1989). [COOPERACION ECONOMICA] [AYUDA AL DESARROLLO] XI Grenada: the way forward in the decade of the 90's. (1991). [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [ES TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] [COOPERA CIO N E C O N O M IC A ] [C O O PE R A C IO N REGIONAL] [GRANADA] [CARIBE] XI Proposed resolutions forthe Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [COOPERACION ECONOMICA] [COOPERACION REGIONAL] [CONFEREN CIAS] [CARIBE] XI Trinidad and Tobago's view on regional cooperation. (1991). [COOPERACIONECONOMICA] [COOP ERACION REGIONAL] COOPERACION HORIZONTAL XL Horizontal co-operation on environmental issues in Latin AmericaandtheCaribbean:thechallengeofan idea in times of crisis. (1990). [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] [COOPERACION HORIZONTAL] [ONU] COOPERACION INTERNACIONAL XI Caribbean in the larger world: issues in environment and development. (1991). [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [M ED IO A M B IE N T E ] [D ESA R R O LLO ECONOMICO Y SOCIAL] [DESARROLLO RE GIONAL] [COOPERACION INTERNACIONAL] XI Influencing international institutions. (1990). [OR GANIZACIONES INTERNACIONALES] [COOP ERA CIO N IN TERNACIO NAL] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] XZ Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [TURISMO] [ACUERDOS ECONOMICOS] [ACUERDOS IN TERNACIONALES] [CEE] [ACP] [COOPERA CION INTERNACIONAL] COOPERACION REGIONAL XI Agenda2000:ametaphorforchangereleasingthecreative energies of Caribbean people in development. (1990). [COOPERACION REGIONAL] [CRE C IM IE N T O E C O N O M IC O ] [REFO RM A ECONOMICA] [CARIBE] XI Drug problem: social and economic effects - policy options for the Caribbean. (1990). [CONSECUEN CIA S SO C IA L E S] [C O N SEC U EN C IA S ECONOMICAS] [CORRUPCION] [ESTUPEFA CIENTES] [ELABORACION DE POLITICAS] [COOPERACION REGIONAL] XI Grenada: the way forward in the decade of the 90's. (1991). [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [ES TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] [COOPERA C IO N E C O N O M IC A ] [C O O PE R A C IO N REGIONAL] [GRANADA] [CARIBE] XI Proposed resolutions for the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [COOPERACION ECONOMICA] [COOPERACION REGIONAL] [CONFEREN CIAS] [CARIBE] XI Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DESAR ROLLO ECONOMICO] [COOPERACION RE G ION AL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [BELICE] [DOMINICA] [GRANADA] [GUY ANA] [JAMAICA] XI Trinidad and Tobago's view on regional cooperation. (1991). [COOPERACIONECONOMICA] [COOP ERACION REGIONAL] COOPERACION TECNICA XI Cuba / Caricom relations: proposals. (1990). [CARI COM] [INTEGRACION REGIONAL] [COOPER A C IO N E C O N O M IC A ] [C O O PE R A C IO N TECNICA] TT Memorandum and recommendation of the President of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development to the Executive Directors on a proposed loan in an amount eqiuvalent to US$4J) million to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago for a (1989). [AYUDA AL DESARROLLO] [COOPERACION TECNICA] TT Memorandum and recommendation of the President of the International Bank for Restruction and Development to the executive directors on a proposed structural adjustment loan in an amount equivalent to US$40 million to Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

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128 DEUDA XZ DEUDA XI DEUDA EXTERNA XL Deuda externa de America Latina: evolución, opciones y consecuencias. (1989). [DEUDA EXTERNA] [ENDEUDAMIENTO] CU Moratoria: opcion para la deuda latinoamericana. (1989). [DEUDA EXTERNA] [ENDEU DAMIENTO] XZ Transnational banks and external finance: implications for developing countries. (1990). [FINANCIA MIENTO EXTERIOR] [DEUDA EXTERNA] [EMPRESTITOS INTERNACIONALES] [MER CADO FINANCIERO INTERNACIONAL] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] DEUDA PUBLICA XI DIABETES TT DINAMICA DE LA POBLACION XZ World population prospects (1991). [DIS TRIBUCION DE LA POBLACION] [CRE CIMIENTO DEMOGRAFICO] [ANALISIS COMPARATIVO] [DINAMICA DE LA POBLA CION] [PROYECCIONES DE POBLACION] DISCIPLINA XI AMBIENTAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] DOCTRINAS POLITICAS [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] Managing small-island sustainability: towards a systems XI Getting out of the cave: tension between democracy and elitism in Marx's theory of cognitive liberation. design. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINISTRACION (1990). [REVOLUCION] [DOCTRINAS POLITI DE RECURSOS] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] CAS] [PARTIDOS POLITICOS] [TEORIA [DETERIORO AMBIENTAL] [EQUILIBRIO POLITICA] [IDEOLOGIAS] ECOLOGICO] DOCUMENTOS DE REUNION US lib ra ry disaster preparedness support networks. Debt adjustment and development: looking to the (1989). [BIBLIOTECAS] [PREVENCION DE DE 1990s. (1990). [DEUDA] [DESARROLLO SASTRES] [DESASTRES NATURALES] [IN ECONOMICO] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] CENDIOS] [AGUA] [ENCUESTAS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [COMERCIO IN [PLANIFICACION] [DOCUMENTOS DE REUN TERNACIONAL] [AYUDA AL DESARROLLO] ION] [FMI] [BANCO MUNDIAL] DOMINICA XI Report on national consultations preparatory to tbe Debt adjustment and development: a perspective of tbe 1990's. (1990). [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [GESTION DE LA DEUDA] [DEUDA PUBLICA] Study of diabetes and hypertension in women aged twenty-five and over. (1990). [MUJERES] [ENFER MEDADES] [DIABETES] DIFUSION DE LA CULTURA XI Theoretical framework for the study of cultural domination by re-exportation. (1991). [CULTURA] [DI FUSION DE LA CULTURA] [EXPORTACIONES] [IMPORTACIONES] DIFUSION DE LA INFORMACION XI Principales sources d'information aux Antilles Françaises. (1989). [BIBLIOTECAS] [CIENCIAS DE LA INFORMACION] [FUENTES DE INFORMA CION] [DIFUSION DE LA INFORMACION] Child abuse: a Caribbean regional perspective. (1990). [PUERICULTURA] [DISCIPLINA] DISTRIBUCION DE LA POBLACION XZ World population prospects (1991). [DIS TRIBUCION DE LA POBLACION] [CRE CIMIENTO DEMOGRAFICO] [ANALISIS COMPARATIVO] [DINAMICA DE LA POBLA CION] [PROYECCIONES DE POBLACION] DROGAS DE USO INDEBIDO XZ Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DESAR ROLLO ECONOMICO] [COOPERACION RE GIONAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [BELICE] [DOMINICA] [GRANADA] [GUY ANA] [JAMAICA] International relations of the Caribbean towards the year2000. (1990). [RELACIONESINTERNACION ALES] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [MIGRACION INTERNA CIONAL] [DROGAS DE USO INDEBIDO] [ME DIO AMBIENTE] ECONOMIA DE ESCALA XZ Macroeconomic planning in small economies: issues and experience. (1991). [PLANIFICACION ECONOMICA] [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [DE MOGRAFIA] [ECONOMIA DE ESCALA] ECONOMIA INTERNACIONAL JM Jamaica and the international drug economy. (1990). [ECONOMIA INTERNACIONAL] [ESTUPEFA CIENTES] [POLITICA EXTERIOR] [DEMOC RACIA] [PROBLEMAS POLITICOS] XI Sustained development for the Caribbean. (1990). [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [DESARROLLO SOCIAL] [ECONOMIA INTERNACIONAL] [MEDIO AM BIENTE] XZ Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [TURISMO] [DATOS ESTADISTI COS] [PREDICCIONES] [ANALISIS ESTADIS TICO] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [ECONOMIA INTERNA CIONAL] ECONOMIA PLANIFICADA CU Tendencias organizativas de las empresas cubanas. (1989). [ECONOMIA PLANIFICADA] [EMPRE SAS SOCIALISTAS] [ADMINISTRACION DE EMPRESAS] ECONOMIA SUBTERRANEA JM Informal commercial importen and the manufacturing sector. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [ECONOMIA SUBTERRANEA] [COMERCI ANTES] [COMERCIO MINORISTA] EDICION XI CARICOM/CARNEID workshop. (1989). [LIBROS] [EDICION] [ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA] 108 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

129 ENDEUDAMIENTO EDUCACION XI MS Management training in the Eastern Caribbean: the challenge to the U.WJ (1991). [UNIVERSIDADES] [EDUCACION] [CAPACITACION DE EMPRE SARIOS] Some problems of micro Parliaments in Caribbean micro states: the Montserrat case. (1991). [PAR LAMENTO] [GOBIERNO] [EDUCACION] EDUCACION BASICA XI Primary education and literacy in the Caribbean. (1990). [EDUCACION BASICA] [ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA] [SISTEMAS DE ENSEÑANZA] [PERSONAL DOCENTE] [ALUMNOS] [COSTO DE LA ENSEÑANZA] EDUCACION DÈ MASAS CU Educación de las masas y la capacitación de los cuadros en la obra del Che (II). (1989). [CAPACITACION DE EMPRESARIOS] [EDUCACION DE MASAS] [FORMACION PROFESIONAL] EMPLEO TT EMPRESAS CU JM COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE TADO] [EMBALAIE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] Challenge of employment promotion: Trinidad and Tobago in the 1990's. (1990). [EMPLEO] [DESEM PLEO] [AGRICULTURA] Planificación Empresarial: problemas y perspectivas. (1989). [SISTEMAS DE PLANIFICACION] [AD MINISTRACION DE EMPRESAS] [EMPRESAS] Training and dissemination of managerial know-how in LDCS: Jamaica. (1990). [CAPACITACION DE EMPRESARIOS] [EMPRESAS] [EMPRESAS TRANSNACIONALES] EFECTOS EN EL MEDIO AMBIENTE XI Links between tourism, agriculture and the environment. (1990). [TURISMO] [EFECTOS EN EL ME DIO AMBIENTE] [AGRICULTURA] XI Overcoming the socio-cultural and environmental impacts of tourism : the verdict for the Caribbean. (1990). [COSTOS SOCIALES] [TURISMO] [EFECTOS EN EL MEDIO AMBIENTE] [CONSECUENCIAS SOCIALES] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [PRO TECCION DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURAL] ELABORACION DE POLITICAS XI Drug problem: social and economic effects - policy options for the Caribbean. (1990). [CONSECUEN CIAS SOCIALES] [CONSECUENCIAS ECONOMICAS] [CORRUPCION] [ESTUPEFA CIENTES] [ELABORACION DE POLITICAS] [COOPERACION REGIONAL] ELECCION DE UNA OCUPACION NG Manpower planning with occupational choice: a Nigerian example of mismatch. (1990). [MERCADO DE TRABAJO] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [DE MANDA DE MANO DE OBRA] [PLANIFICA CION DE LA MANO DE OBRA] [ELECCION DE UNA OCUPACION] ELECCIONES HT NA EMBALAJE XI XI XI general elections in Haiti. (1991). [ELECCIO NES] [HISTORIA] [ESTABILIDAD POLITICA] [VOTACION] [COMPORTAMIENTO POLITICO] Report on the Namibia experience. (1989). [ELEC CIONES] [VOTACION] [NAMIBIA] New developments in packaging material for use in exporting fresh horticultural products. (1990). [EM BALAJE] [MADERA] [CARTON] [PLASTI COS] Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETADO] [EMBALAJE] [RECIPI ENTES] [PROTECCION DEL CONSUMIDOR] [NORMAS DE CALIDAD] [ADITIVOS ALIMEN TARIOS] [EXPORTACIONES] [FRUTAS] [HORTALIZAS] [ESPECIAS] Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST- EMPRESAS SOCIALISTAS CU Tendencias organizativas de las empresas cubanas. (1989). [ECONOMIA PLANIFICADA] [EMPRE SAS SOCIALISTAS] [ADMINISTRACION DE EMPRESAS] EMPRESAS TRANSNACIONALES JM Training and dissemination of managerial know-how in LDCS: Jamaica. (1990). [CAPACITACION DE EMPRESARIOS] [EMPRESAS] [EMPRESAS TRANSNACIONALES] EMPRESTITOS INTERNACIONALES XZ Transnational banks and external finance: im plications for developing countries. (1990). [FINANCIA- MIENTO EXTERIOR] [DEUDA EXTERNA] [EMPRESTITOS INTERNACIONALES] [MER CADO FINANCIERO INTERNACIONAL] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] EMPRESTITOS PUBLICOS TT Market for treasury bills in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [MERCADO MONETARIO] [BONOS DEL TESORO] [EMPRESTITOS PUBLICOS] ENCUESTAS XZ US Attitudes to environment. (1990). [DETERIORO AM BIENTAL] [ACTITUDES] [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [CONTAMINACION] [ENCUESTAS] Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [BIBLIOTECAS] [PREVENCION DE DE SASTRES] [DESASTRES NATURALES] [IN CENDIOS] [AGUA] [ENCUESTAS] [PLANIFICACION] [DOCUMENTOS DE REUN ION] ENCUESTAS DE HOGARES XI Household structure in a West Indian society. (1990). [ENCUESTAS DE HOGARES] [ESTRUCTURA SOCIAL] [ANALISIS SOCIOLOGICO] [MEDIO FAMILIAR] ENDEUDAMIENTO XL Deuda externa de America Latina: evolución, opciones y consecuencias. (1989). [DEUDA EXTERNA] [ENDEUDAMIENTO] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

130 ENERGIA CU Moratoria: opcion para la deuda latinoamericana. (1989). [DEUDA EXTERNA] [ENDEU DAMIENTO] DE RECURSOS] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [DETERIORO AMBIENTAL] [EQUILIBRIO ECOLOGICO] ENERGIA TT TT EQUILIBRIO ECONOMICO New era for oil in Trinidad and Tobago: imperatives for human resource development. (1990). [ENERGIA] [RECURSOS PETROLIFEROS] [RECURSOS HU MANOS] [MANO DE OBRA] [PLANIFICACION] CU Presencia e influencia de los factores de desequilibrio en las finanzas in te rn as en C uba. (1989). [EQUILIBRIO ECONOMICO] [CONTRATACION] [CAPACITACION] [LID- EQUIPO SANITARIO ERAZGO] TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Public sector investment programme (1990). [SECTOR PUBLICO] [PROPIEDAD PUBLICA] [HACIENDA PUBLICA] [ENERGIA] [FABRI CACION INDUSTRIAL] [AGRICULTURA] [IN DUSTRIA FORESTAL] Tobago. (1989). [SALUD] [CONTROL SANI TARIO] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [EQUIPO SANITARIO] [ATENCION MEDICA] [NECESI DADES ALIMENTARIAS] [NUTRICION] [PRO TECCION AMBIENTAL] [ENFERMEDADES] ENFERMEDADES TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SALUD] [CONTROL SANI TARIO] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [EQUIPO SANITARIO] [ATENCION MEDICA] [NECESI DADES ALIMENTARIAS] [NUTRICION] [PRO TECCION AMBIENTAL] [ENFERMEDADES] TT Study of diabetes and hypertension in women aged twenty-five and over. (1990). [MUJERES] [ENFER MEDADES] [DIABETES] ENFERMEDADES CRONICAS JM Maternal health in Jamaica:healthneeds,servicesand utilization. (1990). [SALUD MATERNOINFAN TIL] [PROBLEMAS SOCIALES] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [ENFERMEDADES CRONICAS] [PERSONAL DE SALUD] [CAPACITACION] ENFERMEDADES INFECCIOSAS XA Young women and the HIV epidemic. (1990). [JU VENTUD] [MUJERES] [ENFERMEDADES IN FECCIOSAS] [SEXO] ENFERMERAS TT Address by Mr. AJV.R. Robinson, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago at the sixtieth anniversary of the Trinidad and Tobago Registered Nurses' Association on Monday, June 4,1990. (1990). [ENFERMERAS] [PERSONAL DE SALUD] ENSEÑANZA DE IDIOMAS XI A regional perspective: conference papers. (1989). [ENSEÑANZA DE IDIOMAS] [LINGUISTICA] [LENGUAS] [BARRERA LINGUISTICA] [MUL- TILINGUISMO] ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA XI CARI COM/C ARNEID workshop. (1989). [LIBROS] [EDICION] [ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA] XZ Educational technology: can it improve educational quality?. (1990). [TECNOLOGIA EDUCATIVA] [MEDIOS DE COMUNICACION] [COMPUTA DORAS] [ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] XI Primary education and literacy in the Caribbean. (1990). [EDUCACION BASICA] [ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA] [SISTEMAS DE ENSEÑANZA] [PERSONAL DOCENTE] [ALUMNOS] [COSTO DE LA ENSEÑANZA] EQUILIBRIO ECOLOGICO XZ Managing small-island sustainability: towards a systems design. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINISTRACION ESCLAVITUD XI ESCUELAS TT ESPECIAS XI Caribbean feminist tradition. (1990). [MUJERES] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] [DERECHOS DE LA MUJER] [ESCLAVITUD] Address by Mr. AJ4JL Robinson, Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy at the opening of tbe Chaguaramas Roman Catholic School, Wednesday, March 14, (1990). [DESARROLLO DE LA EDUCACION] [ESCUELAS] Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETADO] [EMBALAJE] [RECIPI ENTES] [PROTECCION DEL CONSUMIDOR] [NORMAS DE CALIDAD] [ADITIVOS ALIMEN TARIOS] [EXPORTACIONES] [FRUTAS] [HORTALIZAS] [ESPECIAS] ESTABILIDAD POLITICA HT general elections in Haiti. (1991). [ELECCIO NES] [HISTORIA] [ESTABILIDAD POLITICA] [VOTACION] [COMPORTAMIENTO POLITICO] ESTABILIZACION ECONOMICA CU Cuba: crecimiento económico e inestabilidad externa. (1990). [CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO] [MAC ROECONOMIA] [CUBA] [COMERCIO EXTE RIOR] [ESTABILIZACION ECONOMICA] ESTABLECIMIENTOS DE ENSEÑANZA XI To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRACION REGIONAL] [ANTILLANOS] [INTEGRACION POLITICA] [CARICOM] [ESTABLECIM IENTOS DE ENSEÑANZA] [TRIBUNALES] [MERCADO FI NANCIERO] [ZONAS MONETARIAS] [INTE GRACION CULTURAL] [DEPORTES] ESTADISTICA XZ TT Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [TURISMO] [TRANSPORTE AE REO] [INFRAESTRUCTURA DEL TURISMO] [ESTADISTICA] [INFRAESTRUCTURA FISICA] [TRAFICO AEREO] Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [ESTA DISTICAS ECONOMICAS] [MODELOS ECONOMICOS] [MODELOS ECONOMÉTRI COS] [ANALISIS INSUM O-PRODUCTO] [ESTADISTICA] [CONTABILIDAD NACIONAL] [POBLACION] 110 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

131 ETIQUETADO ESTADISTICAS AGRICOLAS JM Aspects of Jamaican agriculture. (1990). [SECTOR A G ROPECUARIO] [PRODUCCION AG ROPECUARIA] [ESTADISTICAS AGRICOLAS] [POLITICA AGRICOLA] ESTADISTICAS DEMOGRAFICAS TT Population and births Population and vital statistics (1990). [POBLACION] [CRE CIM IENTO DEM OGRAFICO] [DATOS ESTADISTICOS] [ESTADISTICAS DE MOGRAFICAS] XI Population projections for right Caribbean countries (1990). [PROYECCIONES DE POBLA CION] [ESTADISTICAS DEMOGRAFICAS] TT Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic oftrinidad and Tobago). (1990). [MUJERES] [POLITICA SOCIAL] [TRABAJADORAS] [DE SARROLLO RURAL] [PROYECTOS DE DESAR- ROLLO] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] [POLITICA SOCIAL] [ESTADISTICAS DE MOGRAFICAS] ESTADISTICAS ECONOMICAS TT Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [ESTA DISTICAS ECONOMICAS] [MODELOS ECONOMICOS] [MODELOS ECONOMÉTRI COS] [ANALISIS INSUM O-PRODUCTO] [ESTADISTICA] [CONTABILIDAD NACIONAL] [POBLACION] CU Reforzamiento de la capacidad de análisis de las estadísticas socioeconómicas en ri proceso de planificación del desarro llo.. (1990). [DATOS ESTADISTICOS] [DEMOGRAFIA] [PLANIFI CACION] [ESTADISTICAS ECONOMICAS] ESTILOS DE VIDA AG Developing healthy lifestyles in school children: the Antigua experience. (1990). [NINOS] [SALUD] [ESTILOS DE VIDA] XZ UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. (1990). [MUJERES] [JUVENTUD] [ESTILOSDE VIDA] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [PLANIFI CACION SOCIAL] [FNUAP] ESTRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO XI Economic policy and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [ADMINISTRACION DE RE CURSOS] [MARCO INSTITUCIONAL] [ES TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] XI Grenada: the way forward in the decade of the 90's. (1991). [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [ES TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] [COOPERA CION ECONOM ICA] [COOPERACION REGIONAL] [GRANADA] [CARIBE] XL Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposal for Latin America. (1989). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [AGRICULTURA] [POBREZA] [ZONAS RURALES] [DESARROLLO AG ROPECUARIO] [DESARROLLO RURAL] [ES TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] XI Regional cooperation as an element of Caribbean development strategy. (1990). [INTEGRACION RE GIONAL] [INTEGRACION ECONOMICA] [ESTRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] [CARI COM] ESTRUCTURA SOCIAL XI Household structure in a West Indian society. (1990). [ENCUESTAS DE HOGARES] [ESTRUCTURA SOCIAL] [ANALISIS SOCIOLOGICO] [MEDIO FAMILIAR] ESTUDIOS DE CASOS G Y Case of T he Barama River Caribs of Guyana restudied". (1990). [AMERINDIOS] [ANALISIS DE MOGRAFICO] [ETNOGRAFIA] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] [ANTROPOLOGIA SOCIAL Y CUL TURAL] XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [ASPECTOS JURIDICOS] [PRO TECCION LEGAL] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [ALCOHOLISMO] [INVESTIGA CION SOCIAL] [ASPECTOS PSICOLOGICOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] XI Community empowerment: alternative structures for national development. (1990). [ASOCIACIONES] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO Y SOCIAL] TT Empowerment through education: power and control from the perspective of the abused child. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [ASPECTOS PSI COLOGICOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] XI How to sustain a small island. (1990). [ADMINIS TRACION DE RECURSOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CA SOS] [ISLAS] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] [POTENCIAL DE DESARROLLO] TT Partners in development: foreign technical assistance. Prescriptions and practice in a Public Transportation Development Programme in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [COOPERACION TECNICA] [TRANS PORTE PUBLICO] [POLITICA GUBERNAMEN TAL] [EVALUACION DE PROYECTOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] ESTUPEFACIENTES XI Drug problem: social and economic effects - policy options for the Caribbean. (1990). [CONSECUEN CIAS SOCIALES] [CONSECUENCIAS ECONOMICAS] [CORRUPCION] [ESTUPEFA CIENTES] [ELABORACION DE POLITICAS] [COOPERACION REGIONAL] JM Jamaica and the international drug economy. (1990). [ECONOMIA INTERNACIONAL] [ESTUPEFA CIENTES] [POLITICA EXTERIOR] [DEMOC RACIA] [PROBLEMAS POLITICOS] ETICA XI ETIQUETADO XI XI Ethics among professionals: a philosophical view of a universal system. (1990). [ETICA] [SISTEMAS DE VALORES] [VALORES SOCIALES] Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETADO] [EMBALAJE] [RECIPI ENTES] [PROTECCION DEL CONSUMIDOR] [NORMAS DE CALIDAD] [ADITIVOS ALIMEN TARIOS] [EXPORTACIONES] [FRUTAS] [HORTALIZAS] [ESPECIAS] Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE TADO] [EMBALAJE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No.22,

132 ETNICIDAD ETNICIDAD GY Ethnic conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [ETNICIDAD] [CONFLICTOS SOCIA LES] [PODER POLITICO] [PLURALISMO CUL TURAL] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] [METODOLOGIA] FABRICACION INDUSTRIAL TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [SECTOR PUBLICO] [PROPIEDAD PUBLICA] [HACIENDA PUBLICA] [ENERGIA] [FABRI CACION INDUSTRIAL] [AGRICULTURA] [IN DUSTRIA FORESTAL] ETNOGRAFIA GY EVALUACION ECONOMICA XI CARICOM: the promise and the reality. (1990). [CO OPERACION ECONOMICA] [EVALUACION ECONOMICA] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] TT Modelling the balance of payments in Trinidad and Tobago, (1990). [BALANZA DE PA GOS] [MODELOS ECONOM ÉTRICOS] [EVALUACION ECONOMICA] [TEORIA MONETARIA] VG Why does the tourist dollar matter: an introduction to theeconomics of tourism in thebritish Virgin Islands. (1989). [TURISMO] [EVALUACION ECONOMICA] EXCEDENTES JM Case of T he Barama River Caribs of Guyana restudied". (1990). [AMERINDIOS] [ANALISIS DE MOGRAFICO] [ETNOGRAFIA] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] [ANTROPOLOGIA SOCIAL Y CUL TURAL] EVALUACION DE PROGRAMAS XI United States government's Caribbean Basin Initiative. (1989). [PROMOCION DE LAS EXPORTACIO NES] [EVALUACION DE PROGRAMAS] [CON VENIOS COMERCIALES] EVALUACION DE PROYECTOS TT Partners in development: foreign technical assistance. Prescriptions and practice in a Public Transportation Development Programme in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [COOPERACION TECNICA] [TRANS PORTE PUBLICO] [POLITICA GUBERNAMEN TAL] [EVALUACION DE PROYECTOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] Economic surplus: formation, distribution and role in economic growth. (1990). [CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO] [EXCEDENTES] [TEORIA ECONOMICA] EXPORTACIONES XI External trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean: the economic impacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to the Caribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] [COMERCIO] [PUERTO RICO] [EXPORTACIO NES] [ANALISIS ECONOMICO] [ANALISIS IN SUMO-PRODUCTO] XI Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETADO] [EMBALAJE] [RECIPI ENTES] [PROTECCION DEL CONSUMIDOR] [NORMAS DE CALIDAD] [ADITIVOS ALIMEN TARIOS] [EXPORTACIONES] [FRUTAS] [HORTALIZAS] [ESPECIAS] XI Post harvest handling systems for tropical cut flowers, foliage and potted plants. (1990). [FLORES] [EX PORTACIONES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] XI Theoretical framework for the study of cultural domination by re-exportation. (1991). [CULTURA] [DI FUSION DE LA CULTURA] [EXPORTACIONES] [IMPORTACIONES] FACTORES CULTURALES XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [ASPECTOS JURIDICOS] [PRO TECCION LEGAL] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [ALCOHOLISMO] [INVESTIGA CION SOCIAL] [ASPECTOS PSICOLOGICOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] XZ Cross-cultural perspectives in child abuse and neglect. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL] XI Overcoming the socio-cultural and environmental impact* of tourism : the verdict for the Caribbean. (1990). [COSTOS SOCIALES] [TURISMO] [EFECTOS EN EL MEDIO AMBIENTE] [CONSECUENCIAS SOCIALES] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [PRO TECCION DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURAL] FAMILIA TT Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [FAMILIA] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [PROBLEMAS SOCIA LES] [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [NINOS] [DERECHOS HUMANOS] [BIENESTAR SO CIAL] FINANCIAMIENTO DE LA VIVIENDA TT Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. (1990). [BANCOS CENTRALES] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [CON TROL DE CAMBIOS] [POLITICA FISCAL] [FI NANCIAMIENTO DE LA VIVIENDA] TT Mortgage market: a review of the housing finance system in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [HIPOTECAS] [FINANCIAMIENTO DE LA VIVIENDA] FINANCIAMIENTO EXTERIOR XZ Transnational banks and external finance: implications for developing countries. (1990). [FINANCIA MIENTO EXTERIOR] [DEUDA EXTERNA] [EMPRESTITOS INTERNACIONALES] [MER CADO FINANCIERO INTERNACIONAL] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] FLORES XI XI FMI XI Post harvest handling systems for tropical cut flowers, foliage and potted plants. (1990). [FLORES] [EX PORTACIONES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE TADO] [EMBALAJE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] Debt adjustment and development: looking to the 1990s. (1990). [DEUDA] [DESARROLLO 112 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

133 GESTION AMBIENTAL ECONOMICO] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] FUNGICIDAS [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [COMERCIO IN- CU TERNACIONAL] [AYUDA AL DESARROLLO] [FMI] [BANCO MUNDIAL] Cuba: utilización de la aviación agrícola. (1989). [AG RICULTURA] [FUNGICIDAS] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] FNUAP XZ FOTOS TT FRUTAS XI XI XI UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. (1990). [MUJERES] [JUVENTUD] [ESTILOS DE VIDA] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [PLANIFI CACION SOCIAL] [FNUAP] GAS NATURAL TT Trinidad and Tobago hydrocarbons: mqjor lessons for the region. (1990). [HIDROCARBUROS] [CARI COM] [COMERCIO] [PRODUCTOS DEL PETROLEO] [PRODUCCION] [GAS NATU RAL] FOMENTO DEL TURISMO TT Hotel investment opportunities. (1990). [HOTELES] GASTOS PUBLICOS [FOMENTO DEL TURISMO] TT Review ofthe economy (1990). [CONDICIONES XI Tourism and sustainable development in the Caribbean. ECONOMICAS] [POLITICA MONETARIA] (1990). [FOMENTO DEL TURISMO] [GES [HACIENDA PUBLICA] [GASTOS PUBLICOS] TION AMBIENTAL] [DATOS ESTADISTICOS] [RECESION XZ Tourism: planning, promotion and marketing. (1990). ECONOMICA] [TURISMO] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [FOMENTO DEL TURISMO] [PLANIFICACION] GEOGRAFIA [COMERCIALIZACION] [DESARROLLO XI West Indies: patterns of development, culture and environmental ECONOMICO] [INFRAESTRUCTURA DEL change since (1990). [GE TURISMO] OGRAFIA] [HISTORIA] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [DESARROLLO SOCIAL] FORMACION PROFESIONAL [CAMBIO CULTURAL] [INDUSTRIA AZUCAR CU Educación délas masasyla capacitación délos cuadros ERA] en la obra del Che (II). (1989). [CAPACITACION DE EMPRESARIOS] [EDUCACION DE MASAS] GESTION AMBIENTAL [FORMACION PROFESIONAL] XI Oral and pictorial records programmeoftheuniversity of the West Indies, St. Augustine: an overview. ( 1990). [ARCHIVOS] [FOTOS] [GRABACIONES] Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETADO] [EMBALAJE] [RECIPI ENTES] [PROTECCION DEL CONSUMIDOR] [NORMAS DE CALIDAD] [ADITIVOS ALIMEN TARIOS] [EXPORTACIONES] [FRUTAS] [HORTALIZAS] [ESPECIAS] Post harvest handling and storage of fresh fruits. (1990). [SISTEMASPOSTCOSECHA] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [FRUTAS] Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE TADO] [EMBALAJE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] FUENTES DE ENERGIA RENOVABLES XP Development of alternative energy systems for island communities. (1990). [ISLAS] [FUENTES DE EN ERGIA RENOVABLES] [RECURSOS ENER GETICOS] FUENTES DE INFORMACION XI Principales sources d information aux Antilles Françaises. (1989). [BIBLIOTECAS] [CIENCIAS DE LA INFORMACION] [FUENTES DE INFORMA CION] [DIFUSION DE LA INFORMACION] Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [PLANIFICACION AMBI ENTAL] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] XL Action plan forthe environment in Latin America and the Caribbean: a proposal. (1990). [PLANIFICA CION AMBIENTAL] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] XZ Approach to islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINIS XL XI TT XI ZZ TRACION DE RECURSOS] [TRANSPORTE] [TRANSPORTE MARITIMO] [ISLAS] [POTEN CIAL DE DESARROLLO] [GESTION AMBIEN TAL] [ADMINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] Assessment of regional environmental trends in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [GESTION AM BIENTAL] [RECURSOS NATURALES] [AD MINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] Deterioration of Caribbean coastal zones: a recurring issue in regional development. (1990). [COSTAS] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] Environmental management: assesment of information needs and resources. (1990). [MEDIO AMBI ENTE] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] How to sustain a small island. (1990). [ADMINIS TRACION DE RECURSOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CA SOS] [ISLAS] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] [POTENCIAL DE DESARROLLO] TT Overview, sustain able development and environmental management of small islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [AD MINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] Potential contribution of marine resources to sustainable development in small-island developing countries. (1990). [ISLAS] [RECURSOS MARINOS] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [GESTION AM BIENTAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] Role of the Caribbean Environment Programme in strengthening information networking for marine and coastal resource management. (1990). [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [REDES DE INFORMACION] [SISTEMAS DE INFORMACION] [GESTION AM BIENTAL] [MEDIO AMBIENTE MARINO] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

134 GESTION DE LA DEUDA XI Tourism and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [FOMENTO DEL TURISMO] [GES TION AMBIENTAL] HAITI TT GESTION DE LA DEUDA XI Debt adjustment and development: a perspective of the 1990's. (1990). [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] HIDROCARBUROS [GESTION DE LA DEUDA] [DEUDA PUBLICA] TT GOBIERNO MS Some problems of micro Parliaments in Caribbean micro states: the Montserrat case. (1991). [PAR LAMENTO] [GOBIERNO] [EDUCACION] GOBIES BIB LOCADecentralization process: regional administration and regional development in Trinidad and Tobago; proposals for reform. (1990). [DESCENTRALI ZACION] [GOBIERNO LOCAL] TT Decentralization process:regional administration and regional development in Trinidad and Tobago - proposals for reform. (1990). [DESCENTRALI ZACION] [GOBIERNO LOCAL] GRABACIONES TT GRANADA XI XI Oral and pictorial records programmeof the University ofthe West Indies, St. Augustine: an overview. (1990). [ARCHIVOS] [FOTOS] [GRABACIONES] Grenada: the way forward in the decade of the 90's. (1991). [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [ES TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] [COOPERA CION ECONOMICA] [COOPERACION REGIONAL] [GRANADA] [CARIBE] Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DESAR ROLLO ECONOMICO] [COOPERACION RE GIONAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [BELICE] [DOMINICA] [GRANADA] [GUY ANA] [JAMAICA] GRUPOS ETNICOS XI Ethnic and economic pluralism: no race is a majority - all are minorities. (1990). [MINORIAS ETNICAS] [GRUPOS ETNICOS] [PRODUCTOS MANUFAC TURADOS] [RELACIONES RACIALES] GUYANA GY XI Recent economic developments in Guyana (1990). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [CONDICIO NES ECONOMICAS] [GUYANA] Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DESAR ROLLO ECONOMICO] [COOPERACION RE GIONAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [BELICE] [DOMINICA] [GRANADA] [GUY ANA] [JAMAICA] HACIENDA PUBLICA TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [SECTOR PUBLICO] [PROPIEDAD PUBLICA] [HACIENDA PUBLICA] [ENERGIA] [FABRI CACION INDUSTRIAL] [AGRICULTURA] [IN DUSTRIA FORESTAL] TT Reviewoftheeconomy (1990). [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [HACIENDA PUBLICA] [GASTOS PUBLICOS] [DATOS ESTADISTICOS] [RECESION ECONOMICA] HIPOTECAS TT HISTORIA HT XI CU BS TT TT XI XI HORTALIZAS XI XI XI HORTICULTURA XI Statement made by Mr. ANJt. Robinson, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago in Pariiam ent, February 9,1990. (1990). [DEMOCRACIA] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [HAITI] Trinidad and Tobago hydrocarbons: mgjor lessons for the region. (1990). [HIDROCARBUROS] [CARI COM] [COMERCIO] [PRODUCTOS DEL PETROLEO] [PRODUCCION] [GAS NATU RAL] Mortgage market: a review of the housing finance system in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [HIPOTECAS] [FINANCIAMIENTO DE LA VIVIENDA] 1990 general elections in Haiti. (1991). [ELECCIO NES] [HISTORIA] [ESTABILIDAD POLITICA] [VOTACION] [COMPORTAMIENTO POLITICO] Above and beyond - the airline of the New World. (1990). [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [HISTORIA] Carnival in Cuba: another chapter in the nationalization of culture. (1990). [CUBA] [AFRICA] [CUL TURA POPULAR] [HISTORIA] Junkanoo in the Bahamas. (1990). [CULTURA POPULAR] [HISTORIA] [MUSICA] [CRISTI ANISMO] Robberin the Trinidad Carnival. (1990). [CULTURA POPULAR] [HISTORIA] Short history of The Shipping Association oftrinidad and Tobago. (1991). [TRANSPORTE MARITIMO] [ASOCIACIONES] [HISTORIA] Tribute to a scholar - appreciating CX Jt. James. (1990). [HISTORIA] [POLITICA] West Indies: patterns of development, culture and environmental change since (1990). [GE OGRAFIA] [HISTORIA] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [DESARROLLO SOCIAL] [CAMBIO CULTURAL] [INDUSTRIA AZUCAR ERA] Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETADO] [EMBALAJE] [RECIPI ENTES] [PROTECCION DEL CONSUMIDOR] [NORMAS DE CALIDAD] [ADITIVOS ALIMEN TARIOS] [EXPORTACIONES] [FRUTAS] [HORTALIZAS] [ESPECIAS] Post harvest handling systems for vegetables. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [HORTALIZAS] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE TADO] [EMBALAJE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] Financing investment projects of fresh horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [BANCOS AGRI COLAS] [CREDITO AGRICOLA] [HORTICUL TURA] 114 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

135 INDUSTRIA AZUCARERA XI HOTELES TT IDEOLOGIAS XI IMPEDIDOS XZ Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards. Who are we? What can we do for you?. (1990). [NORMAS] [HORTICULTURA] IMPUESTO AL CONSUMO TT Value Added Tax (VA.T.) - seminar material. (1989). [IMPUESTO AL VALOR AGREGADO] [IM PUESTOS] [SISTEMAS TRIBUTARIOS] [TRIBUTACION] [IMPUESTO AL CONSUMO] TT VAT-- systems considerations. (1989). [IMPUESTO AL VALOR AGREGADO] [IMPUESTOS] [TRIBUTACION] [REFORMAS TRIBUTARIAS] [IMPUESTO AL CONSUMO] IMPUESTOS TT TT Hotel investment opportunities. (1990). [HOTELES] [FOMENTO DEL TURISMO] Getting out ofthe cave: tension between democracy and elitism in Marx's theory of cognitive liberation. (1990). [REVOLUCION] [DOCTRINAS POLITI CAS] [PARTIDOS POLITICOS] [TEORIA POLITICA] [IDEOLOGIAS] Disability statistics compendium. (1990). [IM PEDIDOS] [INCAPACIDAD] [METODOLO GIA] IMPORTACIONES XI Theoretical framework for the study of cultural domination by re-exportation. (1991). [CULTURA] [DI FUSION DE LA CULTURA] [EXPORTACIONES] [IMPORTACIONES] IMPUESTO AL VALOR AGREGADO TT Economics of value added taxation with specific reference to Trinidad and Tobago. (1991). [IMPUESTO AL VALOR AGREGADO] [REFORMAS TRIBU TARIAS] TT Value Added Tax (VAT.) - seminar material. (1989). [IMPUESTO AL VALOR AGREGADO] [IM PUESTOS] [SISTEMAS TRIBUTARIOS] [TRIBUTACION] [IMPUESTO AL CONSUMO] TT V A Tj systems considerations. (1989). [IMPUESTO AL VALOR AGREGADO] [IMPUESTOS] [TRIBUTACION] [REFORMAS TRIBUTARIAS] [IMPUESTO AL CONSUMO] Value Added Tax (VAT.) - seminar material. (1989). [IMPUESTO AL VALOR AGREGADO] [IM PUESTOS] [SISTEMAS TRIBUTARIOS] [TRIBUTACION] [IMPUESTO AL CONSUMO] VAT.: systems considerations. (1989). [IMPUESTO AL VALOR AGREGADO] [IMPUESTOS] [TRIBUTACION] [REFORMAS TRIBUTARIAS] [IMPUESTO AL CONSUMO] INCENTIVOS CU [PLANIFICACION] ION] [DOCUMENTOS DE REUN- Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [INCENTI VOS] [INCENTIVOS SALARIALES] [SISTEMAS DE REMUNERACION] [PAISES SOCIALISTAS] [PARTICIPACION EN LAS GANANCIAS] [PAR TICIPACION DE LOS TRABAJADORES] INCENTIVOS SALARIALES CU Coeficiente de participación laboral y la estimulación en las formas colectivas deorgani del trabajo. (1989). [TRABAJO EN EQUIPO] [INCENTIVOS SALAR IALES] [ORGANIZACION DEL TRABAJO] [PARTICIPACION DE LOS TRABAJADORES] CU Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [INCENTI VOS] [INCENTIVOS SALARIALES] [SISTEMAS DE REMUNERACION] [PAISES SOCIALISTAS] [PARTICIPACION EN LAS GANANCIAS] [PAR TICIPACION DE LOS TRABAJADORES] INDEPENDENCIA ZZ CXJt. Jam es 's conceptualization of the notion of selfgovernment - an appreciation and analysis. (1990). [TEORIA POLITICA] [DESCOLONIZACION] [INDEPENDENCIA] INDICADORES DE SALUD XI Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). [NINOS] [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [IN DICADORES ECONOMICOS] [INDICADORES DESALUD] [UNICEF] [PROGRAMAS DE TRA BAJO] [PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACION] INDICADORES ECONOMICOS XI Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). [NINOS] [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [IN DICADORES ECONOMICOS] [INDICADORES DESALUD] [UNICEF] [PROGRAMAS DE TRA BAJO] [PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACION] TT Gross domestic product and terms of trade effects: the concepts and measurement of the gross domestic income. (1990). [PRODUCTO INTERNO BRUTO] [INDICADORES ECONOMICOS] [RELACION DE INTERCAMBIO] INDUSTRIA TT TT TT TT Engineering and capital goods - sector profile. ( 1990). [INGENIERIA] [BIENES DE CAPITAL] [INDUS TRIA] Information services industry - sector profile. (1990). [SERVICIOS DE INFORMACION] [INDUSTRIA] Plastics industry - sector profile. (1990). [INDUS TRIA DEL PLASTICO] [POLIMEROS] [INDUS TRIA] Printing and publishing industry - sector profile. (1990). [INDUSTRIA] [INDUSTRIA GRAFICA] [INDUSTRIA DEL LIBRO] INCAPACIDAD XZ INCENDIOS US Disability statistics compendium. (1990). [IM PEDIDOS] [INCAPACIDAD] [METODOLO GIA] Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [BIBLIOTECAS] [PREVENCION DE DE SASTRES] [DESASTRES NATURALES] [IN CENDIOS] [AGUA] [ENCUESTAS] INDUSTRIA AZUCARERA CU Autoconsumo en el MINAZ. (1989). [INDUSTRIA AZUCARERA] [COOPERATIVAS DE CON SUMO] [AGROINDÚSTRIA] [CONSUMO] CU Rentabilidad de los complejos agroindustriales azucareros de la provincia de la Habana en el periodo de (1989). [RENTABILIDAD] [AGROIN DÚSTRIA] [INDUSTRIA AZUCARERA] XI West Indies: patterns of development, culture and environmental change since (1990). [GE- CARISPLAN Abstracts,No.22,

136 INDUSTRIA CASERA OGRAFIA] [HISTORIA] [DESARROLLO INFLACION ECONOMICO] [DESARROLLO SOCIAL] TT [CAMBIO CULTURAL] [INDUSTRIA AZUCAR ERA] Economic reaction to a sectorial boom: Trinidad and Tobago (1989). [MACROECONOMIA] [INFLACION] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] INDUSTRIA CASERA TT Starting your own business - the key questions and answers you need to know. (1991). [PEQUENA IN DUSTRIA] [INDUSTRIA CASERA] INDUSTRIA DEL LIBRO TT Printing and publishing industry - sector profile. (1990). [INDUSTRIA] [INDUSTRIA GRAFICA] [INDUSTRIA DEL LIBRO] INDUSTRIA DEL PLASTICO TT Plastics industiy - sector profile. (1990). [INDUS TRIA DEL PLASTICO] [POLIMEROS] [INDUS TRIA] INDUSTRIA ELECTRONICA TT Electronics industry-sector profile.. (1990). [INDUS TRIA ELECTRONICA] INDUSTRIA FORESTAL TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [SECTOR PUBLICO] [PROPIEDAD PUBLICA] [HACIENDA PUBLICA] [ENERGIA] [FABRI CACION INDUSTRIAL] [AGRICULTURA] [IN DUSTRIA FORESTAL] INDUSTRIA GRAFICA TT Printing and publishing industry - sector profile. (1990). [INDUSTRIA] [INDUSTRIA GRAFICA] [INDUSTRIA DEL LIBRO] INDUSTRIA HOTELERA JM Socio-economic study of the tourism industry in Jamaica. (1991). [TURISMO] [INDUSTRIA HOTEL ERA] INDUSTRIA METALURGICA CU Industria del niquel en Cuba. (1989). [INDUSTRIA METALURGICA] [NIQUEL] INDUSTRIA PETROQUIMICA TT Petrochemical industry - sector profile. (1990). [IN DUSTRIA PETROQUIMICA] INDUSTRIA QUIMICA TT Chemical industry - sector profile. (1990). [INDUS TRIA QUIMICA] [SECTOR INDUSTRIAL] INDUSTRIA SIDERURGICA XZ Notes on the world steel industry. (1990). [ACERO] [INDUSTRIA SIDERURGICA] INDUSTRIA TEXTIL TT Women and garment production in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TRABAJADORAS] [IN DUSTRIA TEXTIL] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] INDUSTRIALIZACION CU Formación de la fuerza de trabqjo calificada: previsiones del Che.. (1989). [INDUSTRIALIZACION] [ADIESTRAMIENTO DEL PERSONAL] [PAISES SOCIALISTAS] [RECURSOS HUMANOS] INFRAESTRUCTURA DEL TURISMO XZ Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [TURISMO] [TRANSPORTE AE REO] [INFRAESTRUCTURA DEL TURISMO] [ESTADISTICA] [INFRAESTRUCTURA FISICA] [TRAFICO AEREO] XZ Tourism:planning,promotion and marketing. (1990). [TURISMO] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [FOMENTO DEL TURISMO] [PLANIFICACION] [COM ERCIALIZACION] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [INFRAESTRUCTURA DEL TURISMO] INFRAESTRUCTURA FISICA XZ Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [TURISMO] [TRANSPORTE AE REO] [INFRAESTRUCTURA DEL TURISMO] [ESTADISTICA] [INFRAESTRUCTURA FISICA] [TRAFICO AEREO] INGENIERIA TT Engineering and capital goods - sector profile. (1990). [INGENIERIA] [BIENES DE CAPITAL] [INDUS TRIA] INGENIEROS TT INNOVACIONES XI Graduate tracer study: a report on a survey of graduates in Engineering (UWI). (1989). [INGENIEROS] [RECURSOS HUMANOS] [TRABAJADORES PROFESIONALES] Economic development in the Caribbean: facilitating technological innovation. (1990). [DESARROLLO ECONOM ICO] [DEPENDENCIA TEC NOLOGICA] [INVERSIONES EXTRANJERAS] [CAMBIO TECNOLOGICO] [INNOVACIONES] [DESARROLLO INDUSTRIAL] INSTITUCIONES FINANCIERAS TT Governors' papers, : a bibliography:- speeches and papers of the former Governors of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [BANCOS CEN TRALES] [INSTITUCIONES FINANCIERAS] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [BALANZA DE PA GOS] INTEGRACION CULTURAL XI Integration and participatory development: selected papers and proceedings of the second conference of Caribbean economists. (1990). [INTEGRACION REGIONAL] [INTEGRACION POLITICA] [IN TEGRACION CULTURAL] XI To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRACION REGIONAL] [ANTILLANOS] [INTEGRACION POLITICA] [CARICOM] [ESTABLECIM IENTOS DE ENSEÑANZA] [TRIBUNALES] [MERCADO FI NANCIERO] [ZONAS MONETARIAS] [INTE GRACION CULTURAL] [DEPORTES] INTEGRACION ECONOMICA XI Regional cooperation as an element of Caribbean development strategy. (1990). [INTEGRACION RE- 116 CARISPLAN Abstracts,No. 22,1991

137 JAMAICA GIONAL] [INTEGRACION ECONOMICA] [ES INVERSIONES EXTRANJERAS TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] [CARICOM] XI Economic development in the Caribbean: facilitating technological innovation. (1990). [DESARROLLO INTEGRACION POLITICA ECONOM ICO] [DEPENDENCIA TEC XI Integration and participatory development: selected NOLOGICA] [INVERSIONES EXTRANJERAS] papers and proceedings of the second conference of [CAMBIO TECNOLOGICO] [INNOVACIONES] Caribbean economists. (1990). [INTEGRACION [DESARROLLO INDUSTRIAL] REGIONAL] [INTEGRACION POLITICA] [IN XI TEGRACION CULTURAL] Tobea West Indian: a personal view ofthe integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRACION REGIONAL] INVESTIGACION TT Research function of a central bank. (1990). [BAN- COS CENTRALES] [INVESTIGACION] [ANTILLANOS] [INTEGRACION POLITICA] [CARICOM] [ESTABLECIMIENTOS DE INVESTIGACION SOCIAL ENSEÑANZA] [TRIBUNALES] [MERCADO FI XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AYUDA A NANCIERO] [ZONAS MONETARIAS] [INTE LA INFANCIA] [ASPECTOS JURIDICOS] [PRO GRACION CULTURAL] [DEPORTES] TECCION LEGAL] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL] [SERVICIOS INTEGRACION REGIONAL SOCIALES] [ALCOHOLISMO] [INVESTIGA XI Cuba / Caricom relations: proposals. (1990). [CARI CION SOCIAL] [ASPECTOS PSICOLOGICOS] COM] [INTEGRACION REGIONAL] [COOPER [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] ACION ECONOMICA] [COOPERACION XZ Child sexual abuse and its aftermath. (1990). [INVES TECNICA] TIGACION SOCIAL] XI Integration and participator development: selected papers and proceedings of the second conference of ISLAS Caribbean economists. (1990). [INTEGRACION XZ Approach to islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINIS REGIONAL] [INTEGRACION POLITICA] [IN TRACION DE RECURSOS] [TRANSPORTE] TEGRACION CULTURAL] [TRANSPORTE MARITIMO] [ISLAS] [POTEN XI Regional cooperation as an element of Caribbean development CIAL DE DESARROLLO] [GESTION AMBIEN strategy. (1990). [INTEGRACION RE TAL] [ADMINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] GIONAL] [INTEGRACION ECONOMICA] XZ Approach to islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINIS [ESTRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] [CARI TRACION DE RECURSOS] [TRANSPORTE] COM] [TRANSPORTE MARITIMO] [ISLAS] [POTEN XI Relations between tbe French Overseas Departments CIAL DE DESARROLLO] [GESTION AMBIENand CARICOM. (1990). [CARICOM] [INTEGRA TAL] [ADMINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] CION REGIONAL] XI Challenges for sustainable development in small Caribbean XI To be a West Indian: a personal view ofthe integration islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINISTRA movement. (1990). [INTEGRACION REGIONAL] CION DE RECURSOS] [DETERIORO [ANTILLANOS] [INTEGRACION POLITICA] AMBIENTAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [CARICOM] [ESTABLECIMIENTOS DE [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] ENSEÑANZA] [TRIBUNALES] [MERCADO FI XP Development of alternative energy systems for island NANCIERO] [ZONAS MONETARIAS] [INTE communities. (1990). [ISLAS] [FUENTES DE EN GRACION CULTURAL] [DEPORTES] ERGIA RENOVABLES] [RECURSOS ENER XI Unified regional European market and its implications GETICOS] challenges the Caribbean. (1990). [COMUNI XZ Economic problems and prospects of small islands. DADES EUROPEAS] [INTEGRACION RE (1990). [ISLAS] [DEPENDENCIA ECONOMICA] GIONAL] [MERCADO] [CRECIMIENTO [TRANSPORTE] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] ECONOMICO] [POTENCIAL DE DESARROLLO] XI How to sustain a small island. (1990). [ADMINIS INVENTARIOS TRACION DE RECURSOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CA XL Preparation of inventories and balance sheets of the SOS] [ISLAS] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] natural and cultural heritage. (1990). [RECURSOS [POTENCIAL DE DESARROLLO] NATURALES] [PATRIMONIO CULTURAL] XZ Managing small-island sustainability: towards a systems [INVENTARIOS] [CUENTAS NACIONALES] design. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINISTRACION [CLASIFICACION] DE RECURSOS] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] INVERSIONES TT CU TT Development of the securities market in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TITULOS] [INVERSIONES] [OBLIGACIONES] [ACCIONES] [MERCADO FINANCIERO] Inversiones en la planificación territorial. (1989). [IN VERSIONES] Memorandum to the Government of Trinidad and Tobago on (l)the National Concert Hall (2)capital investments by the steelband movement. (1990). [INVERSIONES] [BIENES DE CAPITAL] [AR TES DEL ESPECTACULO] ZZ JAMAICA XI [DETERIORO AMBIENTAL] [EQUILIBRIO ECOLOGICO] Overview: sustainable development and environmental management of small islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [AD MINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] Potential contribution of marine resources to sustainable development in small-island developing countries. (1990). [ISLAS] [RECURSOS MARINOS] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [GESTION AM BIENTAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DESAR ROLLO ECONOMICO] [COOPERACION RE- CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

138 JUVENTUD JUVENTUD XZ XA LENGUAS XI GIONAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [BE- LICE] [DOMINICA] [GRANADA] [GUYANA] [JAMAICA] UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. (1990). [MUJERES] [JUVENTUD] [ESTILOS DE VIDA] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [PLANIFI CACION SOCIAL] [FNUAP] Young women and the HIV epidemic. (1990). [JU VENTUD] [MUJERES] [ENFERMEDADES IN FECCIOSAS] [SEXO] A regional perspective: conference papers. (1989). [ENSEÑANZA DE IDIOMAS] [LINGÜISTICA] [LENGUAS] [BARRERA LINGÜISTICA] [MUL- TILINGUISMO] MALNUTRICION XZ MANO DE OBRA TT TT Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICACION DE PROGRAMAS] [POLITICA NUTRICIONAL] [NUTRICION HUMANA] [MUJERES] [NINOS] [UNICEF] [MALNUTRICION] [PAISES EN DE SARROLLO] National consultation working paper on human resources development. (1990). [RECURSOS HUMA NOS] [MANO DE OBRA] New era for oil in Trinidad and Tobago: imperatives for human resource development. (1990). [ENERGIA] [RECURSOS PETROLIFEROS] [RECURSOS HU MANOS] [MANO DE OBRA] [PLANIFICACION] [CONTRATACION] [CAPACITACION] [LID ERAZGO] LIBROS XI LIDERAZGO TT LIDERAZGO POLITICO TT Politics, public policy and Friendly Societies in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [LIDERAZGO POLITICO] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] [POLITICA GUBERNA MENTAL] LINGÜISTICA XI MACROECONOMIA CU Cuba: crecimiento economico e inestabilidad externa. (1990). [CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO] [MAC ROECONOMIA] [CUBA] [COMERCIO EXTE RIOR] [ESTABILIZACION ECONOMICA] TT Economic reaction to a sectorial boom: Trinidad and Tobago (1989). [MACROECONOMIA] [INFLACION] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] G Y Macro-economic model of the Guyanese economy. (1990). [MODELOS ECONOMÉTRICOS] [MAC ROECONOMIA] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] MADERA XI CARICOM/CAPNEID workshop. (1989). [LIBROS] [EDICION] [ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA] New era for oil in Trinidad and Tobago: imperatives for human resource development. (1990). [ENERGIA] [RECURSOS PETROLIFEROS] [RECURSOS HU MANOS] [MANO DE OBRA] [PLANIFICACION] [CONTRATACION] [CAPACITACION] [LID ERAZGO] A regional perspective: conference papers. (1989). [ENSEÑANZA DE IDIOMAS] [LINGUISTICA] [LENGUAS] [BARRERA LINGUISTICA] [MUL- TILINGUISMO] LUCHA CONTRA LAS INUNDACIONES XL Situación acutal en materia de prevision de caudales inundaciones en America Latina y el Caribe. (1989). [PREVENCION DE DESASTRES] [LUCHA CON TRA LAS INUNDACIONES] [CAPACITACION] [COOPERACION TECNICA] New developments in packaging material for use in exporting fresh horticultural products. (1990). [EM BALAJE] [MADERA] [CARTON] [PLASTI COS] MARCO INSTITUCIONAL XI Economic policy and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [ADMINISTRACION DE RE CURSOS] [MARCO INSTITUCIONAL] [ES TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] MEDIO AMBIENTE XI Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [PLANIFICACION AMBI ENTAL] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] [MEDIO AM BIENTE] [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] XZ Attitudes to environment. (1990). [DETERIORO AM BIENTAL] [ACTITUDES] [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [CONTAMINACION] [ENCUESTAS] XI Caribbean in the larger world: issues in environment and development. (1991). [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [MEDIO AM BIENTE] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO Y SOCIAL] [DESARROLLO RE GIONAL] [COOPERACION INTERNACIONAL] XI Caribbean in tbe larger world: issues in environment and development. (1991). [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [MEDIO AM BIENTE] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO Y SOCIAL] [DESARROLLO RE GIONAL] [COOPERACION INTERNACIONAL] TT Environmental management: assesment of information needs and resources. (1990). [MEDIO AMBI ENTE] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] XZ Environmental problems and opportunities in small open economies. (1991). [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] XZ International relations of the Caribbean towards the year2000. (1990). [RELACIONESINTERNACION ALES] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [MIGRACION INTERNA CIONAL] [DROGAS DE USO INDEBIDO] [ME DIO AMBIENTE] XL Report of the Latin American and Caribbean Regional Preparatory Meeting for the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development. (1991). [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] [MEDIO AM BIENTE] TT Role of the Caribbean Environment Programme in strengthening information networking for marine and coastal resource management. (1990). [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [REDES DE INFORMACION] [SISTEMAS DE INFORMACION] [GESTION AM BIENTAL] [MEDIO AMBIENTE MARINO] XI Sustained development for the Caribbean. (1990). [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [DESARROLLO SOCIAL] 118 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

139 MODELOS ECONOMÉTRICOS [ECONOMIA INTERNACIONAL] BIENTE] [MEDIO AM MEDIO AMBIENTE MARINO TT Role of the Caribbean Environment Programme in strengthening information networking for marine and coastal resource management. (1990). [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [REDES DE INFORMACION] [SISTEMAS DE INFORMACION] [GESTION AM BIENTAL] [MEDIO AMBIENTE MARINO] MEDIO FAMILIAR XI Household structure in a West Indian society. (1990). [ENCUESTAS DE HOGARES] [ESTRUCTURA SOCIAL] [ANALISIS SOCIOLOGICO] [MEDIO FAMILIAR] MEDIOS DE COMUNICACION XZ Educational technology: can it improve educational quality?. (1990). [TECNOLOGIA EDUCATIVA] [MEDIOS DE COMUNICACION] [COMPUTA DORAS] [ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] MEDIOS DE COMUNICACION DE MASAS XI Who owns Caribbean mass media? Foreign domination-a passing phase. (1991). [MEDIOS DE COMU NICACION DE MASAS] [POSESION] MERCADO XI MERCADO MONETARIO TT Market for treasury bills in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [MERCADOMONETARIO] [BONOSDEL TESORO] [EMPRESTITOS PUBLICOS] TT Monetary policy indicators in area countries. (1990). [POLITICA MONETARIA] [MERCADO MONE TARIO] METODOLOGIA XI XZ G Y XZ XZ Commodity systems assessment methodology for problem and project identification. (1990). [METO DOLOGIA] [PROYECTOS DE DESARROLLO] Disability statistics compendium. (1990). [IM PEDIDOS] [INCAPACIDAD] [METODOLO GIA] Ethnie conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [ETNICIDAD] [CONFLICTOS SOCIA LES] [PODER POLITICO] [PLURALISMO CUL TURAL] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] [METODOLOGIA] New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [MUJERES] [DANZA] [METO DOLOGIA] [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICACION] [MUJERES] [COMUNICACION] [DANZA] [METODOLOGIA] [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICA CION] New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [MUJERES] [DANZA] [METO DOLOGIA] [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICACION] [MUJERES] [COMUNICACION] [DANZA] [METODOLOGIA] [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICA CION] Unified regional European market and its implications challenges the Caribbean. (1990). [COMUNI DADES EUROPEAS] [INTEGRACION RE GIONAL] [MERCADO] [CRECIMIENTO MIGRACION ECONOMICO] XI Migration and the demographic transition: a West Indian example. (1990). [MIGRACION] [ANALISIS MERCADO DE TRABAJO DEMOGRAFICO] [TASA DE NATALIDAD] NG Manpower planning with occupational choice: a Nigerian example of mismatch. (1990). [MERCADO DE TRABAJO] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [DE [TASA DE MORTALIDAD] POBLACION] [CENSOS DE MANDA DE MANO DE OBRA] [PLANIFICA MIGRACION INTERNACIONAL CION DE LA MANO DE OBRA] [ELECCION DE UNA OCUPACION] XZ International relations of the Caribbean towards the year2000. (1990). [RELACIONESINTERNACION ALES] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES MERCADO FINANCIERO EN DESARROLLO] [MIGRACION INTERNA TT Development of the securities market in Trinidad and CIONAL] [DROGAS DE USO INDEBIDO] [ME Tobago. (1989). [TITULOS] [INVERSIONES] DIO AMBIENTE] [OBLIGACIONES] [ACCIONES] [MERCADO FINANCIERO] MINORIAS ETNICAS XI To be a West Indian: a personal view ofthe integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRACION REGIONAL] XI Ethnic and economic pluralism: no racéis a majority -all are minorities. (1990). [MINORIAS ETNICAS] [ANTILLANOS] [INTEGRACION POLITICA] [GRUPOS ETNICOS] [PRODUCTOS MANUFAC [CARICOM] [ESTABLECIMIENTOS DE TURADOS] [RELACIONES RACIALES] ENSEÑANZA] [TRIBUNALES] [MERCADO FI NANCIERO] [ZONAS MONETARIAS] [INTE MODELOS ECONOMÉTRICOS GRACION CULTURAL] [DEPORTES] TT Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [ESTA DISTICAS ECONOMICAS] [MODELOS MERCADO FINANCIERO INTERNACIONAL ECONOMICOS] [MODELOS ECONOMÉTRI TT Choice of exchange rate regime in a world of floating COS] [ANALISIS INSUMO-PRODUCTO] rates. (1990). [CONTROL DE CAMBIOS] [ESTADISTICA] [CONTABILIDAD NACIONAL] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [MERCADO FINAN [POBLACION] XZ CIERO INTERNACIONAL] GY Macro-economic model of the Guyanese economy. Transnational banks and external finance: implications (1990). [MODELOS ECONOMÉTRICOS] [MAC for developing countries. (1990). [FINANCIA ROECONOMIA] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] MIENTO EXTERIOR] [DEUDA EXTERNA] TT Modelling the balance of payments in Trinidad and [EMPRESTITOS INTERNACIONALES] [MER Tobago, (1990). [BALANZA DE PA CADO FINANCIERO INTERNACIONAL] GOS] [M ODELOS ECONOMÉTRICOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [EVALUACION ECONOMICA] [TEORIA MONETARIA] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

140 MODELOS ECONOMICOS MODELOS ECONOMICOS TT Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [ESTA DISTICAS ECONOMICAS] [MODELOS ECONOMICOS] [MODELOS ECONOMÉTRI COS] [ANALISIS INSUM O-PRODUCTO] [ESTADISTICA] [CONTABILIDAD NACIONAL] [POBLACION] TT Simple model of the money supply process in open petroleum economies. (1990). [MODELOS ECONOMICOS] [POLITICA MONETARIA] MOVIMIENTOS OBREROS XI Labourandsustainabledevelopment. (1990). [SINDI CATOS] [RELACIONES LABORALES] [MOVIMIENTOS OBREROS] XI Women's organisations in the Caribbean Community from tbe 19th century to today. (1990). [ORGANI ZACIONES FEMENINAS] [ANALISIS HIS TORICO] [MOVIMIENTOS OBREROS] [PARTIDOS POLITICOS] MUJERES XI Caribbean feminist tradition. (1990). [MUJERES] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] [DERECHOS DE LA MUJER] [ESCLAVITUD] TT Impact of the health delivery system on women in Trinidad and Tobago: consequences for the year 2000 and beyond. (1990). [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [ATENCION MEDICA] [MUJERES] JM "It nice". (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [MU JERES] [VENDEDORES] [COMERCIANTES] XZ New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [MUJERES] [DANZA] [METO DOLOGIA] [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICACION] [MUJERES] [COMUNICACION] [DANZA] [METODOLOGIA] [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICA CION] XZ New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [MUJERES] [DANZA] [METO DOLOGIA] [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICACION] [MUJERES] [COMUNICACION] [DANZA] [METODOLOGIA] [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICA CION] XI Our weaknesses as we see them. (1990). [MUJERES] [PARTIDOS POLITICOS] TT Policies for women in the rural sector, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago: executive summary. (1990). [MUJERES] [DESARROLLO RURAL] TT Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic of Trinidad and Tobago). (1990). [MUJERES] [POLITICA SOCIAL] [TRABAJADORAS] [DE SARROLLO RURAL] [PROYECTOS DE DESAR ROLLO] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] [POLITICA SOCIAL] [ESTADISTICAS DE MOGRAFICAS] XZ Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICACION DE PROGRAMAS] [POLITICA NUTRICIONAL] [NUTRICION HUMANA] [MUJERES] [NINOS] [UNICEF] [MALNUTRICION] [PAISES EN DE SARROLLO] TT Study of diabetes and hypertension in women aged twenty-five and over. (1990). [MUJERES] [ENFER MEDADES] [DIABETES] XZ UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. (1990). [MUJERES] [JUVENTUD] [ESTILOS DE VIDA] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [PLANIFI CACION SOCIAL] [FNUAP] XL Women and new technologies. (1990). [MUJERES] [NUEVA TECNOLOGIA] [PRODUCCION] [RE- XA PRODUCCION] [NECESIDADES DE INVESTI GACION] Young women and the HIV epidemic. (1990). [JU VENTUD] [MUJERES] [ENFERMEDADES IN FECCIOSAS] [SEXO] MULTTLINGUISMO XI A regional perspective: conference papers. (1989). [ENSEÑANZA DE IDIOMAS] [LINGUISTICA] [LENGUAS] [BARRERA LINGUISTICA] [MUL- TILINGUISMO] MUSICA BS NAMIBIA NA Junkanoo in the Bahamas. (1990). [CULTURA POPULAR] [HISTORIA] [MUSICA] [CRISTI ANISMO] Report on the Namibia experience. (1989). [ELEC CIONES] [VOTACION] [NAMIBIA] NECESIDADES ALIMENTARIAS TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SALUD] [CONTROL SANI TARIO] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [EQUIPO SANITARIO] [ATENCION MEDICA] [NECESI DADES ALIMENTARIAS] [NUTRICION] [PRO TECCION AMBIENTAL] [ENFERMEDADES] NECESIDADES BASICAS TT National consultation paper on enhancing the quality oflife. (1990). [CALIDAD DE LA VIDA] [CONDI CIONES DE VIDA] [NECESIDADES BASICAS] [CALIDAD AMBIENTAL] NECESIDADES DE INVESTIGACION XL Women and new technologies. (1990). [MUJERES] [NUEVA TECNOLOGIA] [PRODUCCION] [RE PRODUCCION] [NECESIDADES DE INVESTI GACION] NINOS XI AG TT XZ NIQUEL CU Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). [NINOS] [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [IN DICADORES ECONOMICOS] [INDICADORES DESALUD] [UNICEF] [PROGRAMAS DE TRA BAJO] [PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACION] Developing healthy lifestyles in school children: the Antigua experience. (1990). [NINOS] [SALUD] [ESTILOS DE VIDA] Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [FAMILIA] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [PROBLEMAS SOCIA LES] [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [NINOS] [DERECHOS HUMANOS] [BIENESTAR SO CIAL] Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICACION DE PROGRAMAS] [POLITICA NUTRICIONAL] [NUTRICION HUMANA] [MUJERES] [NINOS] [UNICEF] [MALNUTRICION] [PAISES EN DE SARROLLO] Industria del niquel en Cuba. (1989). METALURGICA] [NIQUEL] [INDUSTRIA 120 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

141 PAISES EN DESARROLLO NORMAS XI XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE TADO] [EMBALAJE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards. Who are we? What can we do for you?. (1990). [NORMAS] [HORTICULTURA] NORMAS DE CALIDAD XI Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETADO] [EMBALAJE] [RECIPI ENTES] [PROTECCION DEL CONSUMIDOR] [NORMAS DE CALIDAD] [ADITIVOS ALIMEN TARIOS] [EXPORTACIONES] [FRUTAS] [HORTALIZAS] [ESPECIAS] NORMAS DE PRODUCCION CU Base Normativa en la Empresa. (1990). [ADMINIS TRACION DE EMPRESAS] [NORMAS DE PRO DUCCION] NUEVA TECNOLOGIA ZZ First Caribbean Conference and Exhibition on Artificial Intelligence-Book of abstracts. (1989). [AUTO M ATIZACION] [NUEVA TECNOLOGIA] [COMPUTADORAS] XL Women and new technologies. (1990). [MUJERES] [NUEVA TECNOLOGIA] [PRODUCCION] [RE PRODUCCION] [NECESIDADES DE INVESTI GACION] NUTRICION TT XI Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SALUD] [CONTROL SANI TARIO] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [EQUIPO SANITARIO] [ATENCION MEDICA] [NECESI DADES ALIMENTARIAS] [NUTRICION] [PRO TECCION AMBIENTAL] [ENFERMEDADES] Education tools to facilitate behaviour change. (1990). [REGIM EN A LIM ENTARIO] [COMPOR TAMIENTO] [NUTRICION] NUTRICION HUMANA XZ Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICACION DE PROGRAMAS] [POLITICA NUTRICIONAL] [NUTRICION HUMANA] [MUJERES] [NINOS] [UNICEF] [MALNUTRICION] [PAISES EN DE SARROLLO] OBLIGACIONES TT ONU XL Development of the securities market in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TITULOS] [INVERSIONES] [OBLIGACIONES] [ACCIONES] [MERCADO FINANCIERO] Horizontal co-operation on environmental issues in Latin America and the Caribbean: thechallenge of an idea in times of crisis. (1990). [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] [COOPERACION HORIZONTAL] [ONU] OPORTUNIDADES COMERCIALES TT ORDENAMIENTO DE LAS AGUAS XI ORGANIZACION DEL TRABAJO CU International marketing opportunities for fresh firuits and vegetables. (1990). [COMERCIALIZACION] [OPORTUNIDADES COMERCIALES] [ORDENAMIENTO DE LAS AGUAS] MAS DE INFORMACION] Water resources management for sustainable development. (1990). [RECURSOS HÍDRICOS] [ADMIN ISTRA CIO N DE RECURSOS] [SISTE Coeficiente de participación laboral y la estimulación en las formas colectivas de organi del trabajo. ( 1989). [TRABAJO EN EQUIPO] [INCENTIVOS SALAR IALES] [ORGANIZACION DEL TRABAJO] [PARTICIPACION DE LOS TRABAJADORES] ORGANIZACIONES FEMENINAS TT Organising as consumers: the experience ofthe Housewives Association of Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [ORGANIZACIONES FEMENINAS] [CONSUMI DORES] [ASPECTOS POLITICOS] XI Women's organisations in the Caribbean Community from the 19th century to today. (1990). [ORGANI ZACIONES FEMENINAS] [ANALISIS HIS TORICO] [M OVIMIENTOS OBREROS] [PARTIDOS POLITICOS] ORGANIZACIONES INTERNACIONALES XI Influencing international institutions. (1990). [OR GANIZACIONES INTERNACIONALES] [COOP ERACION INTERNACIONAL] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] ORGANIZACIONES NO GUBERNAMENTALES XI Non-governmental organizations and alternative strategies:bridgingthedevelopmentgap between Central America and the Caribbean. (1990). [ORGANI ZACIONES NO GUBERNAMENTALES] PAISES DESARROLLADOS XI Debt adjustment and development: looking to the 1990s. (1990). [DEUDA] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [COMERCIO IN TERNACIONAL] [AYUDA AL DESARROLLO] [FMI] [BANCO MUNDIAL] XZ International relations of the Caribbean towards the year2000. (1990). [RELACIONESINTERNACION ALES] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [MIGRACION INTERNA CIONAL] [DROGAS DE USO INDEBIDO] [ME DIO AMBIENTE] XZ Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [TURISMO] [DATOSESTADISTI COS] [PREDICCIONES] [ANALISIS ESTADIS TICO] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [ECONOMIA INTERNA CIONAL] PAISES EN DESARROLLO XI Debt adjustment and development: looking to the 1990s. (1990). [DEUDA] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [COMERCIO IN TERNACIONAL] [AYUDA AL DESARROLLO] [FMI] [BANCO MUNDIAL] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

142 PAISES SOCIALISTAS XZ XZ XZ NG XZ XZ XZ XZ XZ Educational technology: can it improve educational quality?. (1990). [TECNOLOGIA EDUCATIVA] [MEDIOS DE COMUNICACION] [COMPUTA DORAS] [ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] Environmental problems and opportunities in small open economies. (1991). [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] International relations of the Caribbean towards the year2000. (1990). [RELACIONES INTERNACION ALES] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [MIGRACION INTERNA CIONAL] [DROGAS DE USO INDEBIDO] [ME DIO AMBIENTE] Manpower planning with occupational choice: a Nigerian example of mismatch. (1990). [MERCADO DE TRABAJO] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [DE MANDA DE MANO DE OBRA] [PLANIFICA CION DE LA MANO DE OBRA] [ELECCION DE UNA OCUPACION] Multivariate statistical analysis of country classification: the identification of small developing countries. (1990). [ANALISIS ESTADISTICO] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [CLASIFICACION] Strategy forim proved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICACION DE PROGRAMAS] [POLITICA NUTRICIONAL] [NUTRICION HUMANA] [MUJERES] [NINOS] [UNICEF] [MALNUTRICION] [PAISES EN DE SARROLLO] Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [TURISMO] [DATOS ESTADISTI COS] [PREDICCIONES] [ANALISIS ESTADIS TICO] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [ECONOMIA INTERNA CIONAL] Transnational banks and external finance: implications for developing countries. (1990). [FINANCIA MIENTO EXTERIOR] [DEUDA EXTERNA] [EMPRESTITOS INTERNACIONALES] [MER CADO FINANCIERO INTERNACIONAL] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. (1990). [MUJERES] [JUVENTUD] [ESTILOSDE VIDA] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [PLANIFI CACION SOCIAL] [FNUAP] PAISES SOCIALISTAS CU Formación de la fuerza de trabqjo calificada: previsiones del Che.. (1989). [INDUSTRIALIZACION] [ADIESTRAMIENTO DEL PERSONAL] [PAISES SOCIALISTAS] [RECURSOS HUMANOS] CU Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [INCENTI VOS] [INCENTIVOS SALARIALES] [SISTEMAS DE REMUNERACION] [PAISES SOCIALISTAS] [PARTICIPACION EN LAS GANANCIAS] [PAR TICIPACION DE LOS TRABAJADORES] XL [PLANIFICACION DEL DESARROLLO] [TRA BAJADORAS] Unequal participation by women in the working world. (1990). [POBLACION ACTIVA] [PARTICIPA CION DE LA MUJER] [TRABAJADORAS] [AMERICA LATINA] PARTICIPACION DE LOS TRABAJADORES CU Coeficiente de participación laboral y la estimulación en las formas colectivas de organi del trabqjo. ( 1989). [TRABAJO EN EQUIPO] [INCENTIVOS SALAR IALES] [ORGANIZACION DEL TRABAJO] [PARTICIPACION DE LOS TRABAJADORES] CU Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [INCENTI VOS] [INCENTIVOS SALARIALES] [SISTEMAS DE REMUNERACION] [PAISES SOCIALISTAS] [PARTICIPACION EN LAS GANANCIAS] [PAR TICIPACION DE LOS TRABAJADORES] PARTICIPACION EN LAS GANANCIAS CU Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [INCENTI VOS] [INCENTIVOS SALARIALES] [SISTEMAS DE REMUNERACION] [PAISES SOCIALISTAS] [PARTICIPACION EN LAS GANANCIAS] [PAR TICIPACION DE LOS TRABAJADORES] PARTICIPACION SOCIAL XI Human resources development: public awareness / participation policies and practices. (1990). [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] [PARTICIPA CION SOCIAL] PARTIDOS POLITICOS XI Getting out of the cave: tension between democracy and elitism in Marx's theory of cognitive liberation. (1990). [REVOLUCION] [DOCTRINAS POLITI CAS] [PARTIDOS POLITICOS] [TEORIA POLITICA] [IDEOLOGIAS] XI Our weaknesses as we see than. (1990). [MUJERES] [PARTIDOS POLITICOS] XI Women's organisations in the Caribbean Community from the 19th century to today. (1990). [ORGANI ZACIONES FEMENINAS] [ANALISIS HIS TORICO] [MOVIMIENTOS OBREROS] [PARTIDOS POLITICOS] PATRIMONIO CULTURAL XL Preparation of inventories and balance sheets of the natural and cultural heritage. (1990). [RECURSOS NATURALES] [PATRIMONIO CULTURAL] [INVENTARIOS] [CUENTAS NACIONALES] [CLASIFICACION] PENA CAPITAL TT Death penaltyin Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [PENA CAPITAL] [DERECHO PENAL] [SANCIONES PENALES] PARLAMENTO MS Some problems of micro Parliaments in Caribbean micro states: the Montserrat case. (1991). [PAR LAMENTO] [GOBIERNO] [EDUCACION] PEQUENA INDUSTRIA TT Starting your own business - the key questions and answers you need to know. (1991). [PEQUENA IN DUSTRIA] [INDUSTRIA CASERA] PARTICIPACION DE LA MUJER XL Growing presence of women in development. (1990). [PARTICIPACION DE LA MUJER] [CON SECUENCIAS SOCIALES] [STATUS DE LA MU JER] [TRABAJADORAS] XL Incorporation of women in development policies. (1989). [PARTICIPACION DE LA MUJER] PERDIDAS POSTCOSECHA XI Post-harvest pathology of fruits and vegetables. ( 1990). [PERDIDAS POSTCOSECHA] [SISTEMAS POST COSECHA] XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST- 122 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

143 PLANIFICACION NACIONAL COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE TADO] [EMBALAJE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] PERSONAL DE SALUD TT Address by Mr. ÁNJl. Robinson, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago at the sixtieth anniversary ofthe Trinidad and Tobago Registered Nurses' Association on Monday, June 4,1990. (1990). [ENFERMERAS] [PERSONAL DE SALUD] JM Maternal health in Jamaica'.health needs,services and utilization. (1990). [SALUD MATERNOINFAN TIL] [PROBLEMAS SOCIALES] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [ENFERMEDADES CRONICAS] [PERSONAL DE SALUD] [CAPACITACION] PERSONAL DOCENTE XI Primary education and literacy in the Caribbean. (1990). [EDUCACION BASICA] [ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA] [SISTEMAS DE ENSEÑANZA] [PERSONAL DOCENTE] [ALUMNOS] [COSTO DE LA ENSEÑANZA] PLANIFICACION US TT CU XZ Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [BIBLIOTECAS] [PREVENCION DE DE SASTRES] [DESASTRES NATURALES] [IN CENDIOS] [AGUA] [ENCUESTAS] [PLANIFICACION] [DOCUMENTOS DE REUN ION] New era for oil in Trinidad and Tobago: imperatives for human resource development. (1990). [ENERGIA] [RECURSOS PETROLIFEROS] [RECURSOS HU MANOS] [MANO DE OBRA] [PLANIFICA CION] [CONTRATACION] [CAPACITACION] [LIDERAZGO] Reforzamiento de la capacidad de análisis de las estadísticas socioeconómicas en el proceso de planificación del d esarro llo.. (1990). [DATOS ESTADISTICOS] [DEMOGRAFIA] [PLANIFI CACION] [ESTADISTICAS ECONOMICAS] Tourism : planning, promotion and marketing. (1990). [TURISMO] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [FOMENTO DEL TURISMO] [PLANIFICACION] [COMERCIALIZACION] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [INFRAESTRUCTURA DEL TURISMO] PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL XI Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [PLANIFICACION AMBI ENTAL] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] XI Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [PLANIFICACION AMBI ENTAL] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] XL Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean: a proposal. (1990). [PLANIFICA CION AMBIENTAL] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] TT Environmental management: assesment of information needs and resources. (1990). [MEDIO AMBI ENTE] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] XL Environm ent, crisis and development. (1990). [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] [PLANIFICA- XL XL XL CION DEL DESARROLLO] [RECURSOS NATU RALES] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO Y SO CIAL] Final report of the First Meeting of High-Level Government-Designated Experts to review the Draft Action Plan for the Environment in Latin America and the Caribbean, Santiago, Chile, July (1990). [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] Horizontal co-operation on environmental issues in Latin America and the Caribbean: the challenge of an idea in times of crisis. (1990). [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] [COOPERACION HORIZONTAL] [ONU] Report of the Latin American and Caribbean Regional Preparatory Meeting for the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development. (1991). [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] [MEDIO AM BIENTE] PLANIFICACION DE LA MANO DE OBRA NG Manpower planning with occupational choice: a Nigerian example of mismatch. (1990). [MERCADO DE TRABAJO] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [DE MANDA DE MANO DE OBRA] [PLANIFICA CION DE LA MANO DE OBRA] [ELECCION DE UNA OCUPACION] PLANIFICACION DE PROGRAMAS XZ Strategy for improved nutrition ofchildren and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICACION DE PROGRAMAS] [POLITICA NUTRICIONAL] [NUTRICION HUMANA] [MUJERES] [NINOS] [UNICEF] [MALNUTRICION] [PAISES EN DE SARROLLO] PLANIFICACION DEL DESARROLLO XL Environm ent, crisis and development. (1990). [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] [PLANIFICA CION DEL DESARROLLO] [RECURSOS NATU RALES] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO Y SOCIAL] XL Incorporation of women in development policies. (1989). [PARTICIPACION DE LA MUJER] [PLANIFICACION DEL DESARROLLO] [TRA BAJADORAS] TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [PLANIFICACION ECONOMICA] [DESAR ROLLO ECONOM ICO] [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [PLANIFICACION DEL DESAR ROLLO] [PLANIFICACION NACIONAL] [SEC TOR PUBLICO] [SERVICIOS PUBLICOS] PLANIFICACION ECONOMICA XZ Macroeconomic planning in small economies: issues and experience. (1991). [PLANIFICACION ECONOMICA] [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [DE MOGRAFIA] [ECONOMIA DE ESCALA] TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [PLANIFICACION ECONOMICA] [DESAR ROLLO ECONOM ICO] [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [PLANIFICACION DEL DESAR ROLLO] [PLANIFICACION NACIONAL] [SEC TOR PUBLICO] [SERVICIOS PUBLICOS] PLANIFICACION NACIONAL TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [PLANIFICACION ECONOMICA] [DESAR ROLLO ECONOM ICO] [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [PLANIFICACION DEL DESAR- CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

144 PLANIFICACION SOCIAL ROLLO] [PLANIFICACION NACIONAL] TOR PUBLICO] [SERVICIOS PUBLICOS] [SEC- PLANIFICACION SOCIAL XZ UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. (1990). [MUJERES] [JUVENTUD] [ESTILOSDE VIDA] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [PLANIFI CACION SOCIAL] [FNUAP] PLASTICOS XI New developments in packaging material for use in exporting fresh horticultural products. (1990). [EM BALAJE] [MADERA] [CARTON] [PLASTI COS] PLURALISMO CULTURAL GY Ethnic conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [ETNICIDAD] [CONFLICTOS SOCIA LES] [PODER POLITICO] [PLURALISMO CUL TURAL] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] [METODOLOGIA] POBLACION TT TT Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [ESTA DISTICAS ECONOMICAS] [MODELOS ECONOMICOS] [MODELOS ECONOMÉTRI COS] [ANALISIS INSUM O-PRODUCTO] [ESTADISTICA] [CONTABILIDAD NACIONAL] [POBLACION] Population and births Population and vital statistics (1990). [POBLACION] [CRE CIMIENTO DEM OGRAFICO] [DATOS ESTADISTICOS] [ESTADISTICAS DE MOGRAFICAS] POBLACION ACTIVA XL Unequal participation by women in the working world. (1990). [POBLACION ACTIVA] [PARTICIPA CION DE LA MUJER] [TRABAJADORAS] [AMERICA LATINA] POBREZA XL PODER POLITICO G Y Ethnic conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [ETNICIDAD] [CONFLICTOS SOCIA LES] [PODER POLITICO] [PLURALISMO CUL TURAL] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] [METODOLOGIA] POLIMEROS TT ILITICA CI Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposal for Latin America. (1989). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [AGRICULTURA] [POBREZA] [ZONAS RURALES] [DESARROLLO AG ROPECUARIO] [DESARROLLO RURAL] [ES TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] Plastics industry - sector profile. (1990). [INDUS TRIA DEL PLASTICO] [POLIMEROS] [INDUS TRIA] Tribute to a scholar - appreciating C X Jt. James. (1990). [HISTORIA] [POLITICA] POLITICA AGRICOLA JM Aspects of Jamaican agriculture. (1990). [SECTOR A GROPECUARIO] [PRODUCCION AG ROPECUARIA] [ESTADISTICAS AGRICOLAS] [POLITICA AGRICOLA] POLITICA AMBIENTAL XZ Our own agenda. (1990). [POLITICA AMBIENTAL] [PROTECCION AMBIENTAL] POLITICA DE DESARROLLO XI Challenges for sustainable development in small Caribbean islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINISTRA CION DE RECURSOS] [DETERIORO AMBIENTAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] TT Into the valley of debt: an alternative road to the IMFAVorid Bank Path in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [BANCOS DE DESARROLLO] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] ZZ Overview: sustainable development and environmental management of small islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [AD MINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] Potential contribution of marine resources to sustainable development in small-island developing countries. (1990). [ISLAS] [RECURSOS MARINOS] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [GESTION AM BIENTAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] XI Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [DESAR ROLLO ECONOMICO] [COOPERACION RE GIONAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] [BELICE] [DOMINICA] [GRANADA] [GUY ANA] [JAMAICA] POLITICA ECONOMICA TT From ownership to tenancy: loss of the national patrimony. (1990). [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [DESEMPLEO] TT Governors' papers, : a bibliography:- speeches and papers of the former Governors of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [BANCOS CEN TRALES] [INSTITUCIONES FINANCIERAS] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [BALANZA DE PA GOS] TT Into the valley of debt: an alternative road to the IMFAVorid Bank Path in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [BANCOS DE DESARROLLO] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] XL Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposal for Latin America. (1989). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [AGRICULTURA] [POBREZA] [ZONAS RURALES] [DESARROLLO AG ROPECUARIO] [DESARROLLO RURAL] [ES TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] XZ Macroeconomic planning in small economies: issues and experience. (1991). [PLANIFICACION ECONOMICA] [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [DE MOGRAFIA] [ECONOMIA DE ESCALA] TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [PLANIFICACION ECONOMICA] [DESAR ROLLO ECONOM ICO] [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [PLANIFICACION DEL DESAR ROLLO] [PLANIFICACION NACIONAL] [SEC TOR PUBLICO] [SERVICIOS PUBLICOS] GY Recent economic developments in Guyana (1990). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [CONDICIO NES ECONOMICAS] [GUYANA] TT Statement by Prime Minister AJJJl. Robinson to the forty-fifth regular session of the United Nations General Assembly, New York, October 4, (1990). [DEMOCRACIA] [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [APARTHEID] 124 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

145 PREDICCIONES POLITICA EXTERIOR JM Jamaica and the international drug economy. (1990). [ECONOMIA INTERNACIONAL] [ESTUPEFA CIENTES] [POLITICA EXTERIOR] [DEMOC RACIA] [PROBLEMAS POLITICOS] XI Towards an equal partnership for development: the need for an alternative US policy for the Caribbean region. (1990). [POLITICA EXTERIOR] POLITICA FISCAL TT Monetary end financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. (1990). [BANCOS CENTRALES] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [CON TROL DE CAMBIOS] [POLITICA FISCAL] [FI NANCIAMIENTO DE LA VIVIENDA] TT Review of fiscal measures in the 1989 budget. (1989). [POLITICA FISCAL] TT Review of fiscal measures in the 1990 budget. (1990). [POLITICA FISCAL] [PRESUPUESTO NA CIONAL] POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL TT Economic reaction to a sectorial boom: Trinidad and POLITICA NUTRICIONAL Tobago (1989). [MACROECONOMIA] XZ Strategy for im proved nutrition of children and women [INFLACION] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICACION XI Human resources development: public awareness / participation policies and practices. (1990). DE PROGRAMAS] [POLITICA NUTRICIONAL] [NUTRICION HUMANA] [MUJERES] [NINOS] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] [PARTICIPA [UNICEF] [MALNUTRICION] [PAISES EN DE CION SOCIAL] SARROLLO] XI Influencing international institutions. (1990). [OR GANIZACIONES INTERNACIONALES] [COOP- POLITICA SOCIAL ERACION INTERNACIONAL] [POLITICA TT Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic GUBERNAMENTAL] of Trinidad and Tobago). (1990). [MUJERES] TT Partners in development: foreign technical assistance. Prescriptions and practice in a Public Transportation [POLITICA SOCIAL] [TRABAJADORAS] [DE SARROLLO RURAL] [PROYECTOS DE DESAR Development Programme in Trinidad and Tobago. ROLLO] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] (1990). [COOPERACION TECNICA] [TRANS [POLITICA SOCIAL] [ESTADISTICAS DE PORTE PUBLICO] [POLITICA GUBERNAMEN MOGRAFICAS] TAL] [EVALUACION DE PROYECTOS] TT Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] oftrinidad and Tobago). (1990). [MUJERES] TT TT Politics, public policy and Friendly Societies in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [LIDERAZGO POLITICO] [ANALISISHISTORICO] [POLITICA GUBERNA MENTAL] Reconstruction programme of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO Y SOCIAL] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] POSESION TT Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Re- XI public oftrinidad and Tobago). (1990). [MUJERES] [POLITICA SOCIAL] [TRABAJADORAS] [DE SARROLLO RURAL] [PROYECTOS DE DESAR ROLLO] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL) [POLITICA SOCIAL] [ESTADISTICAS DE- XZ MOGRAFICAS] POLITICA MONETARIA TT Choice of exchange rate regime in a world of floating rates. (1990). [CONTROL DE CAMBIOS] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [MERCADO FINAN CIERO INTERNACIONAL] TT Exchange rate and exchange rate policy in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TIPO DE CAMBIO] [CONTROL DE CAMBIOS] [POLITICA MONE TARIA] TT Foreign exchange resources oftrinidad and Tobago: a need for budgeting. (1990). [TIPO DE CAMBIO] [CONTROL DE CAMBIOS] [POLITICA MONE TARIA] TT Governors' papers, : a bibliography:- speeches and papers of the former Governors of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [BANCOS CEN TRALES] [INSTITUCIONES FINANCIERAS] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [BALANZA DE PA GOS] TT Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. (1990). [BANCOS CENTRALES] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [CON TROL DE CAMBIOS] [POLITICA FISCAL] [FI NANCIAMIENTO DE LA VIVIENDA] TT Monetary policy indicators in area countries. (1990). [POLITICA MONETARIA] [MERCADO MONE TARIO] TT Review of the economy (1990). [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [HACIENDA PUBLICA] [GASTOS PUBLICOS] [DATOS ESTADISTICOS] [RECESION ECONOMICA] TT Simple model of the money supply process in open petroleum economies. (1990). [MODELOS ECONOMICOS] [POLITICA MONETARIA] PREDICCIONES XZ [POLITICA SOCIAL] [TRABAJADORAS] [DE SARROLLO RURAL] [PROYECTOS DE DESAR ROLLO] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] [POLITICA SOCIAL] [ESTADISTICAS DE MOGRAFICAS] Who owns Caribbean mass media? Foreign domination-a passing phase. (1991). [MEDIOS DE COMU NICACION DE MASAS] [POSESION] POTENCIAL DE DESARROLLO Approach to islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINIS TRACION DE RECURSOS] [TRANSPORTE] [TRANSPORTE MARITIMO] [ISLAS] [POTEN CIAL DE DESARROLLO] [GESTION AMBIEN TAL] [ADMINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] XZ Economic problems and prospects of small islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [DEPENDENCIA ECONOMICA] [TRANSPORTE] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [POTENCIAL DE DESARROLLO] XI How to sustain a small island. (1990). [ADMINIS TRACION DE RECURSOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CA SOS] [ISLAS] [GESTION AMBIENTAL] [POTENCIAL DE DESARROLLO] Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [TURISMO] [DATOSESTADISTI COS] [PREDICCIONES] [ANALISIS ESTADIS- CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

146 PREDICCIONES ECONOMICAS TICO] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [ECONOMIA INTERNA CIONAL] PREDICCIONES ECONOMICAS TT Experience of forecasting at the Central Bank. (1990). [BANCOS CENTRALES] [PREDICCIONES ECONOMICAS] PRESUPUESTO NACIONAL TT Review of fiscal measures in the 1990 budget. (1990). [POLITICA FISCAL] [PRESUPUESTO NA CIONAL] PREVENCION DE DESASTRES US Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [BIBLIOTECAS] [PREVENCION DE DE SASTRES] [DESASTRES NATURALES] [IN CENDIOS] [AGUA] [ENCUESTAS] [PLANIFICACION] [DOCUMENTOS DE REUN ION] XL Situación acutal en materia de previsión de caudales inundaciones en America Latina y el Caribe. (1989). [PREVENCION DE DESASTRES] [LUCHA CON TRA LAS INUNDACIONES] [CAPACITACION] [COOPERACION TECNICA] PROBLEMAS POLITICOS JM Jamaica and the international drug economy. (1990). [ECONOMIA INTERNACIONAL] [ESTUPEFA CIENTES] [POLITICA EXTERIOR] [DEMOC RACIA] [PROBLEMAS POLITICOS] PROBLEMAS SOCIALES TT Address by Mr AN Jl. Robinson Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago on the occassion of the launching ofthe National Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Programme on Tuesday, February 6,1990. (1990). [TOXICOMANIA] [ALCOHOLISMO] [PROBLEMAS SOCIALES] JM Maternal health in Jamaica:health needs,services and utilization. (1990). [SALUD MATERNOINFAN TIL] [PROBLEMAS SOCIALES] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [ENFERMEDADES CRONICAS] [PERSONAL DE SALUD] [CAPACITACION] TT Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [FAMILIA] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [PROBLEMAS SOCIA LES] [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [NINOS] [DERECHOS HUMANOS] [BIENESTAR SO CIAL] PROCESAMIENTO ELECTRONICO DE DATOS XI Computerization in small ports. (1991). [PUERTOS] [PROCESAMIENTO ELECTRONICO DE DATOS] [COMPUTADORAS] PRODUCCION TT XL Trinidad and Tobago hydrocarbons: mqjor lessons for tbe region. (1990). [HIDROCARBUROS] [CARI COM] [COMERCIO] [PRODUCTOS DEL PETROLEO] [PRODUCCION] [GAS NATU RAL] Women and new technologies. (1990). [MUJERES] [NUEVA TECNOLOGIA] [PRODUCCION] [RE PRODUCCION] [NECESIDADES DE INVESTI GACION] PRODUCCION AGROPECUARIA JM Aspects of Jamaican agriculture. (1990). [SECTOR A GRO PECUARIO] [PRODUCCION AG ROPECUARIA] [ESTADISTICAS AGRICOLAS] [POLITICA AGRICOLA] PRODUCTO INTERNO BRUTO TT Gross domestic product and terms of trade effects: the concepts and measurement of the gross domestic income. (1990). [PRODUCTO INTERNO BRUTO] [INDICADORES ECONOMICOS] [RELACION DE INTERCAMBIO] PRODUCTOS DEL PETROLEO TT Trinidad and Tobago hydrocarbons: mgjor lessons for the region. (1990). [HIDROCARBUROS] [CARI COM] [COMERCIO] [PRODUCTOS DEL PETROLEO] [PRODUCCION] [GAS NATU RAL] PRODUCTOS MANUFACTURADOS XI Ethnic and economic pluralism: no racéis a majority -all are minorities. (1990). [MINORIAS ETNICAS] [GRUPOS ETNICOS] [PRODUCTOS MANUFAC TURADOS] [RELACIONES RACIALES] PRODUCTOS QUIMICOS AGRICOLAS XZ Pesticide residues and its impact on the export ofhorticultural commodities. (1990). [PRODUCTOS QUIMICOS AGRICOLAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] PROGRAMAS DE COMPUTADORA ZZ CDS/ISIS:whatwewantin version2a. (1990). [PRO GRAMAS DE COMPUTADORA] PROGRAMAS DE TRABAJO XI Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). [NINOS] [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [IN DICADORES ECONOMICOS] [INDICADORES DE SALUD] [UNICEF] [PROGRAMAS DE TRA BAJO] [PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACION] PROGRAMAS DE VIVIENDA TT Political enconomy of the Sou-Sou Lands initiative. (1990). [COOPERATIVAS DE VIVIENDA] [PRO GRAMAS DE VIVIENDA] [VIVIENDA BA RATA] PROMOCION DE LAS EXPORTACIONES XI United States governments Caribbean Basin Initiative. (1989). [PROMOCION DE LAS EXPORTACIO NES] [EVALUACION DE PROGRAMAS] [CON VENIOS COMERCIALES] PROPIEDAD PUBLICA TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [SECTOR PUBLICO] [PROPIEDAD PUBLICA] [HACIENDA PUBLICA] [ENERGIA] [FABRI CACION INDUSTRIAL] [AGRICULTURA] [IN DUSTRIA FORESTAL] PROTECCION AMBIENTAL TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SALUD] [CONTROL SANI TARIO] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [EQUIPO SANITARIO] [ATENCION MEDICA] [NECESI DADES ALIMENTARIAS] [NUTRICION] [PRO TECCION AMBIENTAL] [ENFERMEDADES] 126 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

147 RECURSOS HUMANOS XZ SR Our own agenda. (1990). [POLITICA AMBIENTAL] [PROTECCION AMBIENTAL] Situation AJ) in the Republic of Suriname. (1989). [PROTECCION AMBIENTAL] PROTECCION DE LAS PLANTAS XI Role and importance of plant quarantine for the support of fresh horticultural commodities. (1990). [PROTECCION DE LAS PLANTAS] [CUAREN TENA] PROTECCION DEL CONSUMIDOR XI Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETADO] [EMBALAJE] [RECIPI ENTES] [PROTECCION DEL CONSUMIDOR] [NORMAS DE CALIDAD] [ADITIVOS ALIMEN TARIOS] [EXPORTACIONES] [FRUTAS] [HORTALIZAS] [ESPECIAS] PROTECCION DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURAL XI Overcoming the socio-cultural and environmental impacts of tourism : the verdict forthe Caribbean. (1990). [COSTOS SOCIALES] [TURISMO] [EFECTOS EN EL MEDIO AMBIENTE] [CONSECUENCIAS SOCIALES] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [PRO TECCION DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURAL] PROTECCION LEGAL XI Child abuse: a Caribbean regional perspective. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [PROTECCION LE GAL] XZ Child abuse: an international perspective. (1990). [PROTECCION LEGAL] XI Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [ASPECTOS JURIDICOS] [PRO TECCION LEGAL] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [ALCOHOLISMO] [INVESTIGA CION SOCIAL] [ASPECTOS PSICOLOGICOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] BS Child sexual abuse in the Bahamas. (1990). [PRO TECCION LEGAL] PROYECCIONES DE POBLACION XI Population projections for eight Caribbean countries (1990). [PROYECCIONES DE POBLA CION] [ESTADISTICAS DEMOGRAFICAS] XZ World population prospects (1991). [DIS TRIBUCION DE LA POBLACION] [CRE CIMIENTO DEMOGRAFICO] [ANALISIS COMPARATIVO] [DINAMICA DE LA POBLA CION] [PROYECCIONES DE POBLACION] PROYECTOS DE DESARROLLO XI Commodity systems assessment methodology for problem and project identification. (1990). [METO DOLOGIA] [PROYECTOS DE DESARROLLO] TT Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic oftrinidad and Tobago). (1990). [MUJERES] [POLITICA SOCIAL] [TRABAJADORAS] [DE SARROLLO RURAL] [PROYECTOS DE DESAR ROLLO] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] [POLITICA SOCIAL] [ESTADISTICAS DE MOGRAFICAS] TT Report on the development programme (1990). [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO Y SOCIAL] [PROYECTOS DE DESARROLLO] PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACION XI Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). [NINOS] [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [IN DICADORES ECONOMICOS] [INDICADORES DESALUD] [UNICEF] [PROGRAMAS DE TRA BAJO] [PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACION] JM Some results from a research project on sidewalk vending of food. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [ALI MENTOS] [VENDEDORES] [PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACION] [COMERCIO INTERNO] PUERICULTURA XI Child abuse: a Caribbean regional perspective. (1990). [PUERICULTURA] [DISCIPLINA] PUERTO RICO XI PUERTOS XI XI External trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean: the economic impacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to the C aribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] [COMERCIO] [PUERTO RICO] [EXPORTACIO NES] [ANALISIS ECONOMICO] [ANALISIS IN SUMO-PRODUCTO] ChangingthefaceofCaribbean ports. (1991). [PUER TOS] [CANADA] [TURISMO] Computerization in small ports. (1991). [PUERTOS] [PROCESAMIENTO ELECTRONICO DE DATOS] [COMPUTADORAS] RECESION ECONOMICA TT Review of the economy (1990). [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [POLITICA MONETARIA] [HACIENDA PUBLICA] [GASTOS PUBLICOS] [DATOS ESTADISTICOS] [RECESION ECONOMICA] RECIPIENTES XI Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [ETIQUETADO] [EMBALAJE] [RECIPI ENTES] [PROTECCION DEL CONSUMIDOR] [NORMAS DE CALIDAD] [ADITIVOS ALIMEN TARIOS] [EXPORTACIONES] [FRUTAS] [HORTALIZAS] [ESPECIAS] RECURSOS ECONOMICOS CU Utilización de los medios de rotación normados en la Agricultura. (1989). [AGRICULTURA] [RECUR SOS ECONOMICOS] [UTILIZACION DE LOS RECURSOS] RECURSOS ENERGETICOS XP Development of alternative energy systems for island communities. (1990). [ISLAS] [FUENTES DE EN ERGIA RENOVABLES] [RECURSOS ENER GETICOS] RECURSOS HIDRICOS XI Water resources management for sustainable development. (1990). [RECURSOS HIDRICOS] [ADMIN ISTRACION DE RECURSOS] [ORDENAMIENTO DE LAS AGUAS] [SISTE MAS DE INFORMACION] RECURSOS HUMANOS CU Formación de la fuerza de trabqjo calificada: previsiones del Che.. (1989). [INDUSTRIALIZACION] [ADIESTRAMIENTO DEL PERSONAL] [PAISES SOCIALISTAS] [RECURSOS HUMANOS] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

148 RECURSOS MARINOS TT TT TT Graduate tracer study: a report on a survey of graduates in Engineering (UWI). (1989). [INGENIEROS] [RECURSOS HUMANOS] [TRABAJADORES PROFESIONALES] National consultation working paper on human resources development. (1990). [RECURSOS HUMA NOS] [MANO DE OBRA] Neweraforoil in Trinidad and Tobago:imperatives for human resource development. (1990). [ENERGIA] [RECURSOS PETROLIFEROS] [RECURSOS HU MANOS] [MANO DE OBRA] [PLANIFICACION] [CONTRATACION] [CAPACITACION] [LID ERAZGO] RECURSOS MARINOS Potential contribution of marine resources to sustainable development in small-island developing countries. (1990). [ISLAS] [RECURSOS MARINOS] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [GESTION AM BIENTAL] [POLITICA DE DESARROLLO] RECURSOS NATURALES XL Assessment of regional environmental trends in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [GESTION AM BIENTAL] [RECURSOS NATURALES] [AD MINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] XL Environm ent, crisis and development. (1990). [PLANIFICACION AMBIENTAL] [PLANIFICA CION DEL DESARROLLO] [RECURSOS NATU RALES] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO Y SOCIAL] XL Preparation of inventories and balance sheets of the natural and cultural heritage. (1990). [RECURSOS NATURALES] [PATRIMONIO CULTURAL] [INVENTARIOS] [CUENTAS NACIONALES] [CLASIFICACION] RECURSOS PETROLIFEROS TT Newera foroil in Trinidad and Tobago:imperatives for human resource development. (1990). [ENERGIA] [RECURSOS PETROLIFEROS] [RECURSOS HU MANOS] [MANO DE OBRA] [PLANIFICACION] [CONTRATACION] [CAPACITACION] [LID ERAZGO] REDES DE INFORMACION TT Role of the Caribbean Environment Programme in strengthening information networking for marine and coastal resource management. (1990). [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [REDES DE INFORMACION] [SISTEMAS DE INFORMACION] [GESTION AM BIENTAL] [MEDIO AMBIENTE MARINO] REFORMA DE TENENCIA DE LA TIERRA XI This land is my land. (1989). [REFORMA DE TENENCIA DE LA TIERRA] REFORMA ECONOMICA XI Ageuda2000:ametaphorforcbangereleasingthecreative energies of Caribbean people in development. (1990). [COOPERACION REGIONAL] [CRE CIMIENTO ECONOMICO] [REFORMA ECONOMICA] [CARIBE] REFORMAS TRIBUTARIAS TT Economics of value added taxation with specific reference to Trinidad and Tobago. (1991). [IMPUESTO AL VALOR AGREGADO] [REFORMAS TRIBU TARIAS] TT VAT^ systems considerations. (1989). [IMPUESTO AL VALOR AGREGADO] [IMPUESTOS] [TRIBUTACION] [REFORMAS TRIBUTARIAS] [IMPUESTO AL CONSUMO] REGIMEN ALIMENTARIO XI Education tools to facilitate behaviour change. (1990). [REGIM EN ALIM EN TA RIO] [COMPOR TAMIENTO] [NUTRICION] REGULACION DE LA NATALIDAD TT More contraceptive choices likely by the end of the century. (1990). [ANTICONCEPCION] [REGU LACION DE LA NATALIDAD] [SALUD] RELACION DE INTERCAMBIO TT Gross domestic product and terms of trade effects: the concepts and measurement of the gross domestic income. (1990). [PRODUCTO INTERNO BRUTO] [INDICADORES ECONOMICOS] [RELACION DE INTERCAMBIO] RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES XZ International relations of the Caribbean towards the year2000. (1990). [RELACIONESINTERNACION ALES] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [MIGRACION INTERNA CIONAL] [DROGAS DE USO INDEBIDO] [ME DIO AMBIENTE] RELACIONES LABORALES XI Labourand sustainable development. (1990). [SINDI CATOS] [RELACIONES LABORALES] [MOVIMIENTOS OBREROS] RELACIONES RACIALES XI Ethnic and economic pluralism: no racéis a majority - all are minorities. (1990). [MINORIAS ETNICAS] [GRUPOS ETNICOS] [PRODUCTOS MANUFAC TURADOS] [RELACIONES RACIALES] RENTABILIDAD CU Rentabilidad de los com piejos agroindustriales azucareros de la provincia de la Habana en el periodo de (1989). [RENTABILIDAD] [AGROIN DÚSTRIA] [INDUSTRIA AZUCARERA] REPRODUCCION XL Women and new technologies. (1990). [MUJERES] [NUEVA TECNOLOGIA] [PRODUCCION] [RE PRODUCCION] [NECESIDADES DE INVESTI GACION] RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS XZ Pesticide residues and its impact on the export of horticultural commodities. (1990). [PRODUCTOS QUIMICOS AGRICOLAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE TADO] [EMBALAJE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] 128 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

149 SERVICIOS DE SALUD REVOLUCION XI SALUD TT AG XI TT Getting out ofthe cave: tension between democracy and elitism in Marx's theory of cognitive liberation. (1990). [REVOLUCION] [DOCTRINAS POLITI CAS] [PARTIDOS POLITICOS] [TEORIA POLITICA] [IDEOLOGIAS] Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SALUD] [CONTROL SANI TARIO] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [EQUIPO SANITARIO] [ATENCION MEDICA] [NECESI DADES ALIMENTARIAS] [NUTRICION] [PRO TECCION AMBIENTAL] [ENFERMEDADES] Developing healthy lifestyles in school children: the Antigua experience. (1990). [NINOS] [SALUD] [ESTILOS DE VIDA] Health/tourism interaction. (1990). [TURISMO] [SALUD] [TOXICOMANIA] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] More contraceptive choices likely by the end of the century. (1990). [ANTICONCEPCION] [REGU LACION DE LA NATALIDAD] [SALUD] SALUD MATERNOINFANTIL JM Maternal health in Jamaica: health needs,services and utilization. (1990). [SALUD MATERNOINFAN TIL] [PROBLEMAS SOCIALES] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [ENFERMEDADES CRONICAS] [PERSONAL DE SALUD] [CAPACITACION] SANCIONES PENALES TT Death penalty in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [PENA CAPITAL] [DERECHO PENAL] [SANCIONES PENALES] SECTOR AGROPECUARIO AG Antigua and Barbuda: nine years of economic expansion, but challenges ahead. (1990). [TURISMO] [CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO] [SECTOR AG ROPECUARIO] [ZOOTECNIA] [CEE] [AYUDA FINANCIERA] JM Aspects of Jamaican agriculture. (1990). [SECTOR A GROPECUARIO] [PRODUCCION AG ROPECUARIA] [ESTADISTICAS AGRICOLAS] [POLITICA AGRICOLA] SECTOR INDUSTRIAL TT Chemical industry - sector profile. (1990). [INDUS TRIA QUIMICA] [SECTOR INDUSTRIAL] SECTOR INFORMAL JM Contribution of sidewalk vendors and higglers to the economy. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [VEND EDORES] [COMERCIANTES] [COMERCIO MI NORISTA] JM Informal commercial importers and the manufacturing sector. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [ECONOMIA SUBTERRANEA] [COMERCI ANTES] [COMERCIO MINORISTA] JM Infonnalcominerc alimporters:theirorig n,andtheir problems. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [VEND EDORES] [COMERCIO INTERNO] [COMER CIO MINORISTA] [COMERCIANTES] JM "It nice". (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [MU JERES] [VENDEDORES] [COMERCIANTES] JM Problem of regulating sidewalk vending. (1989). [SEC TOR INFORMAL] [VENDEDORES] [COMER CIO INTERNO] JM Some results from a research project on sidewalk vending of food. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [ALI MENTOS] [VENDEDORES] [PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACION] [COMERCIO INTERNO] SECTOR PUBLICO TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [PLANIFICACION ECONOMICA] [DESAR ROLLO ECONOM ICO] [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [PLANIFICACION DEL DESAR ROLLO] [PLANIFICACION NACIONAL] [SEC TOR PUBLICO] [SERVICIOS PUBLICOS] TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [SECTOR PUBLICO] [PROPIEDAD PUBLICA] [HACIENDA PUBLICA] [ENERGIA] [FABRI CACION INDUSTRIAL] [AGRICULTURA] [IN DUSTRIA FORESTAL] SEGURIDAD SOCIAL TT Actuarial valuation ofthe national insurance system of Trinidad and Tobago as of 30 June (1989). [SEGUROS] [SEGURIDAD SOCIAL] [SUB SIDIOS DE INVALIDEZ] [SISTEMAS DE JUBI LACION] SEGURO DE VIDA TT Address. at the presentation of awards and launching of new product of GTM Life Insurance Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited on Monday 14, (1989). [SEGURO DE VIDA] [SEGUROS] SEGUROS TT TT Actuarial valuation of the national insurance system of Trinidad and Tobago as of 30 June (1989). [SEGUROS] [SEGURIDAD SOCIAL] [SUB SIDIOS DE INVALIDEZ] [SISTEMAS DE JUBI LACION] Address «a t the presentation of awards and launching of new product of GTM Life Insurance Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited on Monday 14,1989. (1989). [SEGURO DE VIDA] [SEGUROS] SERVICIOS DE INFORMACION TT Information services industry - sector profile. (1990). [SERVICIOS DE INFORMACION] [INDUSTRIA] XI Note on the Patent Information and Documentation Unit (PIDU) project. (1991). [SERVICIOS DE IN FORMACION] SERVICIOS DE SALUD TT Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [SALUD] [CONTROL SANI TARIO] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [EQUIPO SANITARIO] [ATENCION MEDICA] [NECESI DADES ALIMENTARIAS] [NUTRICION] [PRO TECCION AMBIENTAL] [ENFERMEDADES] XI Health/tourism interaction. (1990). [TURISMO] [SALUD] [TOXICOMANIA] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] TT Impact of the health delivery system on women in Trinidad and Tobago: consequences for the year 2000 and beyond. (1990). [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [ATENCION MEDICA] [MUJERES] JM Maternal health in Jamaica:health needs,services and utilization. (1990). [SALUD MATERNOINFAN TIL] [PROBLEMAS SOCIALES] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] [ENFERMEDADES CRONICAS] [PERSONAL DE SALUD] [CAPACITACION] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

150 SERVICIOS PUBLICOS SERVICIOS PUBLICOS XI Corporate business plan (1990). [SERVI CIOS PUBLICOS] [TELECOMUNICACIONES] [TELEFONO] TT Public sector investment programme (1990). [PLANIFICACION ECONOMICA] [DESAR ROLLO ECONOM ICO] [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [PLANIFICACION DEL DESAR ROLLO] [PLANIFICACION NACIONAL] [SEC TOR PUBLICO] [SER. kjs PUBLICOS] TT Utility rates (1990). [SERVICIOS PUBLICOS] SERVICIOS SOCIALES XI Child abusé: breaking the cycle. (1990). [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [ASPECTOS JURIDICOS] [PRO TECCION LEGAL] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [ANALISIS TRANSCULTURAL] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [ALCOHOLISMO] [INVESTIGA CION SOCIAL] [ASPECTOS PSICOLOGICOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] TT Child sexual abuse: the Tobago experience. (1990). [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] TT Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [FAMILIA] [SERVICIOS SOCIALES] [PROBLEMAS SOCIA LES] [AYUDA A LA INFANCIA] [NINOS] [DERECHOS HUMANOS] [BIENESTAR SO CIAL] SEXO XA SINDICATOS XI Young women and the HIV epidemic. (1990). [JU VENTUD] [MUJERES] [ENFERMEDADES IN FECCIOSAS] [SEXO] Labour and sustainable development. (1990). [SINDI CATOS] [RELACIONES LABORALES] [MOVIMIENTOS OBREROS] SISTEMAS DE COMUNICACION XZ New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [MUJERES] [DANZA] [METO DOLOGIA] [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICACION] [MUJERES] [COMUNICACION] [DANZA] [METODOLOGIA] [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICA CION] XZ New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [MUJERES] [DANZA] [METO DOLOGIA] [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICACION] [MUJERES] [COMUNICACION] [DANZA] [METODOLOGIA] [SISTEMAS DE COMUNICA CION] SISTEMAS DE ENSEÑANZA XI Primary education and literacy in the Caribbean. (1990). [EDUCACION BASICA] [ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA] [SISTEMAS DE ENSEÑANZA] [PERSONAL DOCENTE] [ALUMNOS] [COSTO DE LA ENSEÑANZA] SISTEMAS DE INFORMACION TT Role of the Caribbean Environment Programme in strengthening information networking for marine and coastal resource management. (1990). [MEDIO AMBIENTE] [REDES DE INFORMACION] [SISTEMAS DE INFORMACION] [GESTION AM BIENTAL] [MEDIO AMBIENTE MARINO] XI Water resources management for sustainable development. (1990). [RECURSOSHÍDRICOS] [ADMIN ISTRACION DE RECURSOS] [ORDENAMIENTO DE LAS AGUAS] [SISTE MAS DE INFORMACION] SISTEMAS DE JUBILACION TT Actuarial valuation ofthe national insurance system of Trinidad and Tobago as of 30 June (1989). [SEGUROS] [SEGURIDAD SOCIAL] [SUB SIDIOS DE INVALIDEZ] [SISTEMAS DE JUBI LACION] SISTEMAS DE PLANIFICACION CU Planificación Empresarial: problemas y perspectivas. (1989). [SISTEMAS DE PLANIFICACION] [AD MINISTRACION DE EMPRESAS] [EMPRESAS] SISTEMAS DE REMUNERACION CU Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [INCENTI VOS] [INCENTIVOS SALARIALES] [SISTEMAS DE REMUNERACION] [PAISES SOCIALISTAS] [PARTICIPACION EN LAS GANANCIAS] [PAR TICIPACION DE LOS TRABAJADORES] SISTEMAS DE VALORES XI Ethics among professionals: a philosophical view of a universal system. (1990). [ETICA] [SISTEMAS DE VALORES] [VALORES SOCIALES] SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA XI Post harvest handling and storage of fresh fruits. (1990). [SISTEMASPOSTCOSECHA] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [FRUTAS] XI Post harvest handling systems for vegetables. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [HORTALIZAS] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] XI Post-harvest pathology of fruits and vegetables. (1990). [PERDIDAS POSTCOSECHA] [SISTEMAS POST COSECHA] XZ Post-harvest systems in the tropics : a bibliography based on citations from the CAGRIS and AGRIS data bases. (1989). [BIBLIOGRAFIAS] [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [CULTIVOS TROPICALES] XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE TADO] [EMBALAJE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] XI Tropical root crops: post harvest quality and handling systems for quality maintenance. (1990). [CULTI VOS DE TUBEROSAS] [SISTEMAS POSTCO SECHA] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] SISTEMAS TRIBUTARIOS TT Value Added Tax (VAT.) - seminar material. (1989). [IMPUESTO AL VALOR AGREGADO] [IM PUESTOS] [SISTEMAS TRIBUTARIOS] [TRIBUTACION] [IMPUESTO AL CONSUMO] STATUS DE LA MUJER XL Growing presence of women in development. (1990). [PARTICIPACION DE LA MUJER] [CON- 130 CARISPLAN Abstracts,No. 22,1991

151 TRABAJADORES PROFESIONALES SECUENCIAS SOCIALES] JER] [TRABAJADORAS] [STATUS DE LA MU- CAS] [PARTIDOS POLITICOS] [TEORIA POLITICA] [IDEOLOGIAS] SUBSIDIOS DE INVALIDEZ TT Actuarial valuation ofthe national insurance system of Trinidad and Tobago as of 30 June (1989). [SEGUROS] [SEGURIDAD SOCIAL] [SUB SIDIOS DE INVALIDEZ] [SISTEMAS DE JUBI LACION] TASA DE MORTALIDAD XI Migration and the demographic transition: a West Indian example. (1990). [MIGRACION] [ANALISIS DEMOGRAFICO] [TASA DE NATALIDAD] [TASA DE MORTALIDAD] [CENSOS DE POBLACION] TASA DE NATALIDAD XI Migration and the demographic transition: a West Indian example. (1990). [MIGRACION] [ANALISIS DEMOGRAFICO] [TASA DE NATALIDAD] [TASA DE MORTALIDAD] [CENSOS DE POBLACION] TEATRO TT Address by Prime Minister AJV.R. Robinson at the opening of the Naparima Bowl, Saturday, October 20, (1990). [ARTE] [CULTURA] [DESAR ROLLO CULTURAL] [TEATRO] [ARTES DRAMATICAS] TECNOLOGIA EDUCATIVA XZ Educational technology: can it improve educational quality?. (1990). [TECNOLOGIA EDUCATIVA] [MEDIOS DE COMUNICACION] [COMPUTA DORAS] [ENSEÑANZA PRIMARIA] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] TELECOMUNICACIONES XI Corporate business plan (1990). [SERVI CIOS PUBLICOS] [TELECOMUNICACIONES] [TELEFONO] TELEFONO XI Corporate business plan (1990). [SERVI CIOS PUBLICOS] [TELECOMUNICACIONES] [TELEFONO] TEORIA ECONOMICA JM Economic surplus: formation, distribution and role in economic growth. (1990). [CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO] [EXCEDENTES] [TEORIA ECONOMICA] TEORIA MONETARIA TT Modelling the balance of payments in Trinidad and Tobago, (1990). [BALANZA DE PA GOS] [MODELOS ECONOMÉTRICOS] [EVALUACION ECONOMICA] [TEORIA MONETARIA] TIPO DE CAMBIO TT Exchange rate and exchange rate policy in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TIPO DE CAMBIO] [CONTROL DE CAMBIOS] [POLITICA MONE TARIA] TT Foreign exchange resources of Trinidad and Tobago: a need for budgeting. (1990). [TIPO DE CAMBIO] [CONTROL DE CAMBIOS] [POLITICA MONE TARIA] TITULOS TT TOXICOMANIA TT XI Development of the securities market in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TITULOS] [INVERSIONES] [OBLIGACIONES] [ACCIONES] (MERCADO FINANCIERO] Address by Mr ANA. Robinson Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago on the occassion of the launching of the National Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Programmeon Tuesday, February 6,1990. (1990). [TOXICOMANIA] [ALCOHOLISMO] [PROBLEMAS SOCIALES] Health/tourism interaction. (1990). [TURISMO] [SALUD] [TOXICOMANIA] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] TEORIA POLITICA ZZ CXJt. James's conceptualization of the notion of selfgovernment - an appreciation and analysis. (1990). [TEORIA POLITICA] [DESCOLONIZACION] [INDEPENDENCIA] XI Getting out ofthe cave: tension between democracy and elitism in Marx's theory of cognitive liberation. (1990). [REVOLUCION] [DOCTRINAS POLITI- TRABAJADORAS XL Growing presence of women in development. (1990). [PARTICIPACION DE LA MUJER] [CON SECUENCIAS SOCIALES] [STATUS DE LA MU JER] [TRABAJADORAS] XL Incorporation of women in development policies. (1989). [PARTICIPACION DE LA MUJER] [PLANIFICACION DEL DESARROLLO] [TRA BAJADORAS] XZ Organising from the perspective of unwaged housework: the international wages for housework campaign. (1990). [TRABAJADORAS] [ASALARIADOS] [BIENESTAR SOCIAL] TT Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic of Trinidad and Tobago). (1990). [MUJERES] [POLITICA SOCIAL] [TRABAJADORAS] [DE SARROLLO RURAL] [PROYECTOS DE DESAR ROLLO] [POLITICA GUBERNAMENTAL] [POLITICA SOCIAL] [ESTADISTICAS DE MOGRAFICAS] XL Unequal participation by women in the working world. (1990). [POBLACION ACTIVA] [PARTICIPA CION DE LA MUJER] [TRABAJADORAS] [AMERICA LATINA] TT Women and garment production in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TRABAJADORAS] [IN DUSTRIA TEXTIL] [ANALISIS HISTORICO] TRABAJADORES AGRICOLAS CU Análisis de algunos aspectos del proceso de cooperativizacion en la agricultura cañera. (1989). [COOPERA TIVAS AGRICOLAS] [TRABAJADORES AGRICOLAS] [CANA DE AZUCAR] [AGRI CULTURA] TRABAJADORES PROFESIONALES TT Graduate tracerstudy: a report on a survey of graduates in Engineering (UWI). (1989). [INGENIEROS] [RECURSOS HUMANOS] [TRABAJADORES PROFESIONALES] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

152 TRABAJO TRABAJO XI Surplus labour economy affects technological advances. (1991). [CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO] [CAPITAL] [TRABAJO] TRABAJO EN EQUIPO CU Coeficiente de participación laboral y la estimulación en las formas colectivas de organ i del trabajo. (1989). [TRABAJO EN EQUIPO] [INCENTIVOS SALAR IALES] [ORGANIZACION DEL TRABAJO] [PARTICIPACION DE LOS TRABAJADORES] TRAFICO AEREO XZ TRANSPORTE XZ XZ Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [TURISMO] [TRANSPORTE AE REO] [INFRAESTRUCTURA DEL TURISMO] [ESTADISTICA] [INFRAESTRUCTURA FISICA] [TRAFICO AEREO] Approach to islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINIS TRACION DE RECURSOS] [TRANSPORTE] [TRANSPORTE MARITIMO] [ISLAS] [POTEN CIAL DE DESARROLLO] [GESTION AMBIEN TAL] [ADMINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] Economic problems and prospects of small islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [DEPENDENCIA ECONOMICA] [TRANSPORTE] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [POTENCIAL DE DESARROLLO] TRANSPORTE AEREO XI Above and beyond - the airline of the New World. (1990). [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [HISTORIA] XZ Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [TURISMO] [TRANSPORTE AE REO] [INFRAESTRUCTURA DEL TURISMO] [ESTADISTICA] [INFRAESTRUCTURA FISICA] [TRAFICO AEREO] XI BWIA's role in air freight exports. (1990). [TRANS PORTE AEREO] CU Cuba:utilización dela aviación agrícola. (1989). [AG RICULTURA] [FUNGICIDAS] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] XI Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [SISTEMAS POSTCOSECHA] [PERDIDAS POST COSECHA] [COMERCIALIZACION] [ETIQUE TADO] [EMBALAJE] [TRANSPORTE AEREO] [NORMAS] [RESIDUOS DE PLAGUICIDAS] [CUARENTENA] [ASOCIACIONES DE AGRI CULTORES] [CONTROL DE CALIDAD] [ADI TIVOS ALIMENTARIOS] [FRUTAS] [FLORES] [CULTIVOS DE TUBEROSAS] [HORTALIZAS] XZ Techniques available mid requirements for air transportation of fresh horticultural commodities. (1990). [TRANSPORTE AEREO] TRANSPORTE MARITIMO XZ Approach to islands. (1990). [ISLAS] [ADMINIS TRACION DE RECURSOS] [TRANSPORTE] [TRANSPORTE MARITIMO] [ISLAS] [POTEN CIAL DE DESARROLLO] [GESTION AMBIEN TAL] [ADMINISTRACION DE RECURSOS] TT Short history of The Shipping Association oftrinidad mid Tobago. (1991). [TRANSPORTE MARITIMO] [ASOCIACIONES] [HISTORIA] TRANSPORTE PUBLICO TT Partners in development: foreign technical assistance. Prescriptions and practice in a Public Transportation TRIBUNALES XI TRIBUTACION TT TT Development Programme in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [COOPERACION TECNICA] [TRANS PORTE PUBLICO] [POLITICA GUBERNAMEN TAL] [EVALUACION DE PROYECTOS] [ESTUDIOS DE CASOS] To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRACION REGIONAL] [ANTILLANOS] [INTEGRACION POLITICA] [CARICOM] [ESTABLECIM IENTOS DE ENSEÑANZA] [TRIBUNALES] [MERCADO FI NANCIERO] [ZONAS MONETARIAS] [INTE GRACION CULTURAL] [DEPORTES] Value Added Tax (VA.T.) - seminar material. (1989). [IMPUESTO AL VALOR AGREGADO] [IM PUESTOS] [SISTEMAS TRIBUTARIOS] [TRIBUTACION] [IMPUESTO AL CONSUMO] VA.T.: systems considerations. (1989). [IMPUESTO AL VALOR AGREGADO] [IMPUESTOS] [TRIBUTACION] [REFORMAS TRIBUTARIAS] [IMPUESTO AL CONSUMO] TRINIDAD Y TABAGO TT Reviewoftheeconomy (1990). [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] TURISMO XZ AG XI XI XI XI JM XZ XZ Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [TURISMO] [TRANSPORTE AE REO] [INFRAESTRUCTURA DEL TURISMO] [ESTADISTICA] [INFRAESTRUCTURA FISICA] [TRAFICO AEREO] Antigua and Barbuda: nine years of economic expansion, but challenges ahead. (1990). [TURISMO] [CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO] [SECTOR AG ROPECUARIO] [ZOOTECNIA] [CEE] [AYUDA FINANCIERA] Changing the face of Caribbean ports. (1991). [PUER TOS] [CANADA] [TURISMO] Health/tourism interaction. (1990). [TURISMO] [SALUD] [TOXICOMANIA] [SERVICIOS DE SALUD] Links between tourism, agriculture and the environment. (1990). [TURISMO] [EFECTOS EN EL ME DIO AMBIENTE] [AGRICULTURA] Overcoming the socio-cultural and environmental impacts of tou rism : tb e verdict for th e Caribbean. ( 1990). [COSTOS SOCIALES] [TURISMO] [EFECTOS EN EL MEDIO AMBIENTE] [CONSECUENCIAS SOCIALES] [FACTORES CULTURALES] [PRO TECCION DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURAL] Socio-economic study of the tourism industry in Jamaica. (1991). [TURISMO] [INDUSTRIAHOTEL ERA] Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [TURISMO] [DATOS ESTADISTI COS] [PREDICCIONES] [ANALISIS ESTADIS TICO] [PAISES DESARROLLADOS] [PAISES EN DESARROLLO] [ECONOMIA INTERNA CIONAL] Tourism:planning,promotion and marketing. (1990). [TURISMO] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [FOMENTO DEL TURISMO] [PLANIFICACION] [COM ERCIALIZACION] [DESARROLLO ECONOMICO] [INFRAESTRUCTURA DEL TURISMO] 132 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

153 ZOOTECNIA XZ XI VG UNICEF XI XZ UNIVERSIDADES XI Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [TURISMO] EDORES] [COMERCIO INTERNO] [COMER [ACUERDOS ECONOMICOS] [ACUERDOS IN CIO MINORISTA] [COMERCIANTES] TERNACIONALES] [CEE] [ACP] [COOPERA- JM "It nice". (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [MU CION INTERNACIONAL] United Nations Economic Commission for Latin JM JERES] [VENDEDORES] [COMERCIANTES] Problem of regulating sidewalk vending. (1989). [SEC America and the Caribbean literature review on sociocultural TOR INFORMAL] [VENDEDORES] [COMER impacts of tourism. (1991). [TURISMO] CIO INTERNO] [CONSECUENCIAS ECONOMICAS] [CON- JM Some results from a research project on sidewalk vending SECUENCIAS SOCIALES] [ARTICULOS BIBLI of food. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [ALI OGRAFICOS] MENTOS] [VENDEDORES] [PROYECTOS DE Why does the tourist dollar matter: an introduction to INVESTIGACION] [COMERCIO INTERNO] theeconomics of tourism in thebritish Virgin Islands. (1989). [TURISMO] [EVALUACION VIVIENDA BARATA ECONOMICA] TT Political enconomy of the Sou-Sou Lands initiative. (1990). [COOPERATIVAS DE VIVIENDA] [PRO GRAMAS DE VIVIENDA] [VIVIENDA BA Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). RATA] [NINOS] [CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS] [IN DICADORES ECONOMICOS] [INDICADORES VOTACION DESALUD] [UNICEF] [PROGRAMAS DE TRA HT general elections in Haití. (1991). [ELECCIO BAJO] [PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACION] NES] [HISTORIA] [ESTABILIDAD POLITICA] Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [PLANIFICACION DE PROGRAMAS] [POLITICA NUTRICIONAL] [NUTRICION HUMANA] [MUJERES] [NINOS] NA [VOTACION] [COMPORTAMIENTO POLITICO] Report on the Namibia experience. (1989). [ELEC CIONES] [VOTACION] [NAMIBIA] [UNICEF] [MALNUTRICION] [PAISES EN DE SARROLLO] ZONAS DE LIBRE COMERCIO DO (1990). [ZONAS DE LIBRE VALORES SOCIALES XI Ethics among professionals: a philosophical view of a universal system. (1990). [ETICA] [SISTEMAS DE VALORES] [VALORES SOCIALES] VENDEDORES JM JM Management training in the Eastern Caribbean: the challenge to the U.WJ.. (1991). [UNIVERSIDADES] [EDUCACION] [CAPACITACION DE EMPRE SARIOS] UTILIZACION DE LOS RECURSOS CU Utilización de los medios de rotación normados en la Agricultura. (1989). [AGRICULTURA] [RECUR SOS ECONOMICOS] [UTILIZACION DE LOS RECURSOS] Contribution of sidewalk vendors and higglers to the economy. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [VEND EDORES] [COMERCIANTES] [COMERCIO MI NORISTA] In fonn al comm ercial im porters : th eir origin, an d th eir problems. (1989). [SECTOR INFORMAL] [VEND- Dominican doubts. COMERCIO] ZONAS MONETARIAS XI To bea West Indian:a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [INTEGRACION REGIONAL] [ANTILLANOS] [INTEGRACION POLITICA] [CARICOM] [ESTABLECIMIENTOS DE ENSEÑANZA] [TRIBUNALES] [MERCADO FI NANCIERO] [ZONAS MONETARIAS] [INTE GRACION CULTURAL] [DEPORTES] ZONAS RURALES XL ZOOTECNIA AG Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposal for Latin America. (1989). [POLITICA ECONOMICA] [AGRICULTURA] [POBREZA] [ZONAS RURALES] [DESARROLLO AG ROPECUARIO] [DESARROLLO RURAL] [ES TRATEGIA DEL DESARROLLO] Antigua and Barbuda: nine years of economic expansion, but challenges ahead. (1990). [TURISMO] [CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO] [SECTOR AG RO PECU ARIO ] [ZOOTECNIA] [CEE] [AYUDA FINANCIERA] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

154 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

155 L IN D E X G E O G R A P H I Q U E AFRIQUE AMERIQUE LATINE Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [AFRIQUE] Transnational banks and external finance: implications for developing countries. (1990). [AMERIQUE LATINE] [AFRIQUE] UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [AFRIQUE] AFRIQUE DU SUD Educational technology:can it improve educational quality?. (1990). [GRENADE] [AFRIQUE DU SUD] Environment,crisis and development. (1990). [AMERI QUE LATINE] Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [AMERIQUE LATINE] [ETATS- UNIS] World population prospects (1991). [AMERIQUE LATINE] [EUROPE] Assessment of regional environmental trends in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [AMERIQUE LATINE] Preparation of in ven tories and balance sheets ofthenaturai and cultural heritage. (1990). [AMERIQUE LATINE] Situación acutal en materia de prevision de caudales inundaciones en America Latina y ri Caribe. (1989). [AMERIQUE LATINE] Unequal participation by women in the working world. (1990). [AMERIQUE LATINE] Transnational banks and external finance: implications for developing countries. (1990). [AMERIQUE LATINE] [AFRIQUE] Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean: a proposal. (1990). [AMERIQUE LATINE] Final report of the First Meeting of High-Level Government-Designated Experts to review the Draft Action Plan for the Environment in Latin America and the Caribbean, Santiago, Chile, July (1990). [AMERIQUE LATINE] Report of the Latin American and Caribbean Regional Preparatory Meeting for the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development. (1991). [AMERI QUE LATINE] Our own agenda. (1990). [AMERIQUE LATINE] Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposal for Latin America. (1989). [AMERIQUE LATINE] ANTIGUA-ET-ARBUDA Reforzamiento de la capacidad de análisis de las estadísticas socioeconómicas en ri proceso de planificación dd desarrollo.. (1990). [ANTIGUA-ET-BARBUDA] [GLOBALE] Antigua and Barbuda: nine years of economic expansion, but challenges ahead. (1990). [ANTIGUA-ET-BAR BUDA] Developing healthy lifestyles in school children: the Antigua experience. (1990). [ANTIGUA-ET-BARBUDA] Avoiding waste and managing resources better: an interview with John St. Luce, Minister of Finance. (1990). [ANTIGUA-ET-BARBUDA] ANTILLES NEERLANDAISES Child abuse: the experience of the island of Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. (1990). [ANTILLES NEERLAN DAISES] ARABIE SAOUDITE Attitudes to environment. [ARABIE SAOUDITE] ARGENTINE Attitudes to environment. [ARABIE SAOUDITE] (1990). [ARGENTINE] (1990). [ARGENTINE] ASIE ET PACIFIQUE Commodity systems assessment methodology for problem and project identification. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [ASIE ET PACIFIQUE] Approach to islands. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [ASIE ET PACIFIQUE] Managing small-island sustainability: towards a systems design. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [ASIE ET PACIFIQUE] Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [ASIE ET PACIFIQUE] Economie problems and prospects of small islands. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [ASIE ET PACIFIQUE] Development of alternative energy systems for island communities. (1990). [ASIE ET PACIFIQUE] BAHAMAS BARBADE BELIZE CARAÏBES Junkanoo in the Bahamas. (1990). [BAHAMAS] Child sexual abuse in the Bahamas. (1990). [BAHA MAS] Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [BARBADE] Empowerment through therapy. (1990). [BARBADE] [GLOBALE] Incest and drug abuse. (1990). [BARBADE] Child abuse: a Caribbean regional perspective. (1990). [BARBADE] Belize:country profile. (1990). [BELIZE] International marketing opportunities for fresh fruits and vegetables. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] BWIA^s role in air freight exports. (1990). [CARAÏBES] CARICOM/CARNEID workshop. (1989). [CARAÏBES] Caribbean feminist tradition. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Challenges for sustainable development in small Caribbean islands. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Commodity systems assessment methodology for problem and project identification. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [ASIE ET PACIFIQUE] Community em powerment:alternati ve structures fornational development. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Computerization in small ports. (1991). [CARAÏBES] Economic development in the Caribbean: facilitating technological innovation. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Economic policy and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Education tools to facilitate behaviour change. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Ethics among professionals: a philosophical view of a universal system. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Ethnic and economic pluralism: no race is a majority - all are minorities. (1990). [CARAÏBES] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

156 CARAÏBES Formai launching of the Independent West Indian Commission. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Getting on with the job of Caribbean survival. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Getting out of the cave: tension between democracy and elitism in Marx's theory of cognitive liberation. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Household structure in a West Indian society. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Links between tourism.agriculture and theenvironment. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Migration and the demographic transition: a West Indian example. (1990). [CARAÏBES] New developments in packaging material for use in exporting fresh h o rticultu ral products. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Opening address. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Our weaknesses as we see them. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Overcoming the socio-cultural and environmental impacts of tourism : the verdict for the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Population projections for eight Caribbean countries (1990). [CARAÏBES] Post harvest handling and storage of fresh fruits. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Post harvest handling systems for tropical cut flowers, foliage and potted plants. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Post harvest handling systems for vegetables. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Post-harvest pathology of fruits and vegetables. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Primary education andliteracy in the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Surplus labour economy affects technological advances. (1991). [CARAÏBES] Theoretical framework for the study of cultural domination by re-exportation. (1991). [CARAÏBES] [EUROPE] To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Tribute to a scholar - appreciating CX.R. James. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards. Who are we? What can wedoforyou?. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Tropical root crops: post harvest quality and handling systems forqualitymaintenance. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Unified regional European market and its implications challenges the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [EUROPE] West Indian Commission: a public forum on the future. (1990). [CARAÏBES] West Indies: patterns of development, culture and environmental change since (1990). [CARAÏBES] Who owns Caribbean mass media? Foreign domination - a passing phase. (1991). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Women's organisations in the Caribbean Community from the 19th century to today. (1990). [CARAÏBES] A regional perspective: conference papers. (1989). [CARAÏBES] Horizontal co-operation on environmental issues in Latin America and the Caribbean: the challenge of an idea in times of crisis. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Approach to islands. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [ASIE ET PACIFIQUE] Cross-cultural perspectives in child abuse and neglect. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Disability statistics compendium. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [INDE] Managing small-island sustainability: towards a systems design. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [ASIE ET PACIFIQUE] Organising finom the perspective of unwaged housework: the international wages for housework campaign. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Techniques available and requirements for air transportation of fresh horticultural commodities. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s: facts and figures. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [ASIE ET PACIFIQUE] Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [AFRIQUE] CXJL James's conceptualization of the notion of selfgovernment - an appreciation and analysis. (1990). [CARAÏBES] First Caribbean Conference and Exhibition on Artificial Intelligence - Book of abstracts. (1989). [CARAÏBES] [DOCUMENTS THEORIQUES OU METHODOLO GIQUES] Moratoria: opcion para la deuda latinoamericana. (1989). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Presencia e influencia de los factores de desequilibrio en las finanzas internas en Cuba. (1989). [CARAÏBES] Apartheid,sanctions and sport. (1989). [CARAÏBES] Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). [CARAÏBES] Caribbean in thelarger world: issues in environment and development. (1991). [CARAÏBES] Changing the face of C aribbean ports. (1991). [CARAÏBES] Child abuse: a Caribbean regional perspective. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Debt adjustment and development: looking to the 1990s. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Drug problem: social and economic effects - policy options for the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Integration and partici patory developm ent: selected papers and proceedings ofthe second conference of Caribbean economists. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Management training in the Eastern Caribbean: the challenge to the U.WJ- (1991). [CARAÏBES] Non-governmental organizations and alternative strategies: bridging the development gap between Central America and the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Report of a Consultative Forum: Higher-level human resource development strategies in the Caribbean subsregion ofthe 1990s. (1991). [CARAÏBES] Science, technology and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Sustained development for the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean literature review on socio-cultural impacts of tourism. (1991). [CARAÏBES] Water resources management for sustainable development. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Growing presence of women in development. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Women and new technologies. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Child abuse: an international perspective. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Economic problems and prospects of small islands. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [ASIE ET PACIFIQUE] Environmental problems and opportunities in small open economies. (1991). [CARAÏBES] International relations of the Caribbean towards the year (1990). [CARAÏBES] Macroeconomic planningin small economies:issues and experience. (1991). [CARAÏBES] 136 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

157 EUROPE COSTARICA CUBA UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [AFRIQUE] Deterioration of Caribbean coastal zones: a recurring issue in regional development. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Health/tourism interaction. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Human resources development: public awareness / participation policies and practices. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Influencing international institutions. (1990). [CARAÏBES] L abour and sustainable developm ent. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Legal aspects of child abuse in the English-speaking Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Regional cooperation as an element of Caribbean development strategy. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Relations between thefrench Overseas Departments and CARICOM. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Role and importance of plant quarantine for the support of fresh h o rtic u ltu ra l com m odities. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Tourism and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] CARICOM: the promise and the reality. (1990). [CARAÏBES] CDB 20, the first twenty years: (1991). [CARAÏBES] Customs services and requirements for supporting fresh horticultural com modities for export. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Towards an equal partnership for development: the need for an alternative US policy for the Caribbean region. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [ETATS-UNIS] United States government's Caribbean Basin Initiative. (1989). [CARAÏBES] [ETATS-UNIS] Pesticide residues and its impact on the export of horticultural com modities. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Financing investment projects of fresh horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Post-harvest systems in the tropics : a bibliography based on citations from the CAGRIS and AGRIS databases. (1989). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Role of the Caribbean Environment Programme in strengthening information networking for marine and coastal resource management. (1990). [CARAÏBES] Principales sources d'information aux Antilles Françaises. (1989). [CARAÏBES] Incorporation of women in developmentpolicies. (1989). [COSTA RICA] Autoconsumo en el MINAZ. (1989). [CUBA] [DOCU MENTS TH EO RIQ U ES OU M ETHODOLO GIQUES] Base Normativa en la Empresa. (1990). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] Carnival in Cuba: another chapter in the nationalization of culture. (1990). [CUBA] Coeficiente de participación laboral y la estimulación en las formas colectivas de organi del trabajo. (1989). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] Educación de las masas y la capacitación de los cuadros en la obra del Che (II). (1989). [CUBA] Industria del niquel en Cuba. (1989). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] Planificación Empresarial: problemas y perspectivas. (1989). [CUBA] Análisis de algunos aspectos del proceso de cooperativizacion en la agricultura cañera. (1989). [CUBA] Comercio mayorista en el sistema de comercio interior en Cuba. (1989). [CUBA] C om unicaciones en C uba. (1989). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] Cuba- URSS: cooperación para el desarrollo. (1989). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] Cuba: utilización de la aviación agrícola. (1989). [CUBA] ECLAC. Producción de bienes decapital en Cuba. (1989). [CUBA] Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [CUBA] Rentabilidad de los complejos agroindustriales azucareros de la provincia de la Habana en el periodo de (1989). [CUBA] Tendencias organizativas de las empresas cubanas. (1989). [CUBA] Cuba / Caricom relations:proposals. (1990). [CUBA] Deuda externa de America Latina: evolución, opciones y consecuencias. (1989). [CUBA] Inversiones en la planificación territorial. (1989). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] Formación de la fuerza de trabqjo calificada: previsiones del Che.. (1989). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] DOCUMENTS THEORIQUES OU METHODOLOGIQUES Autoconsumo en ei MINAZ. (1989). [CUBA] [DOCU MENTS THEORIQUES OU M ETHODOLO GIQUES] Debt adjustment and development: a perspective of the 1990's. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] [DOCU MENTS TH EO R IQ U ES OU M ETHODOLO GIQUES] CDS/ISIS: what we want in version %A. (1990). [DOCU MENTS TH EO R IQ U ES OU M ETHODOLO GIQUES] First Caribbean Conference and Exhibition on Artificial Intelligence - Book of abstracts. (1989). [CARAÏBES] [DOCUMENTS THEORIQUES OU METHODOLO GIQUES] Overview: sustainable development and environmental management of small islands. (1990). [DOCUMENTS THEORIQUES OU METHODOLOGIQUES] ETATS-UNIS EUROPE Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [AMERIQUE LATINE] [ETATS- UNIS] Jamaica and the international drug economy. (1990). [JAMAÏQUE] [ETATS-UNIS] Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [ETATS-UNIS] Towards an equal partnership for development: the need for an alternative US policy for the Caribbean region. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [ETATS-UNIS] United States government's Caribbean Basin Initiative. (1989). [CARAÏBES] [ETATS-UNIS] Theoretical framework for the study of cultural domination by re-exportation. (1991). [CARAÏBES] [EUROPE] Unified regional European market and its implications challenges the Caribbean. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [EUROPE] World population prospects (1991). [AMERIQUE LATINE] [EUROPE] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

158 GABON GABON GLOBALE Young women and the HIV epidemic. (1990). [HAITI] [GABON] Reforzamiento de la capacidad de análisis de las estadísticas socioeconómicas en el proceso de planificación del desarrollo. (1990). [ANTIGUA-ET-BARBUDA] [GLOBALE] Base Normativa en la Empresa. (1990). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] Coeficiente de participación laboral y la estimulación en las formas colectivas de organi del trabajo. (1989). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] Cuba: crecimiento economico e inestabilidad externa. (1990). [GLO'BALE] In d u stria del niquel en Cuba. (1989). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] International marketing opportunities for fresh fruits and vegetables. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] New developments in packaging material for use in exporting fresh h o rticultu ral products. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Who owns Caribbean mass media? Foreign domination -a passing phase. (1991). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Cross-cultural perspectives in child abuse and neglect. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Multivariate statistical analysis of country classification: the identification of small developing countries. (1990). [GLOBALE] New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [GLOBALE] Organising from the perspective of unwaged housework: the international wages for housework campaign. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Techniques available and requirements for air transportation of fresh horticultural commodities. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Tourism: planning, promotion and marketing. (1990). [GLOBALE] Ethnics and economics. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TO- BAGO] [GLOBALE] Empowerment through therapy. (1990). [BARBADE] [GLOBALE] C om unicaciones en C uba. (1989). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] Cuba- URSS: cooperación para el desarrollo. (1989). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] Moratoria: opcion para la deuda latinoamericana. (1989). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Empowerment through education: power and control from the perspective of the abused child. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] [GLOBALE] Child abuse: an international perspective. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Child sexual abuse and its afterm ath. (1990). [GLOBALE] Notes on the world steel industry. (1990). [GLOBALE] Issue of em pow erm ent: an overview. (1990). [GLOBALE] Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [GLOBALE] Pesticide residues and its impact on the export of horticultural com modities. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] Inversiones en la planificación territorial. (1989). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] Post-harvest systems in the tropics : a bibliography based on citations from the CAGRIS and AGRIS databases. (1989). [CARAÏBES] [GLOBALE] GRENADE GUYANA HAITI Formación de la fuerza de trabajo calificada: previsiones del Che- (1989). [CUBA] [GLOBALE] Granada mas (1990). [GRENADE] Granada: the way forward in the decade of the 90b. (1991). [GRENADE] Educational technology: can it improve educational quality?. (1990). [GRENADE] [AFRIQUE DU SUD] Ibis land is my land. (1989). [GRENADE] Case of T he Barama River Caribs of Guyana rastudied. (1990). [GUYANA] Ethnic conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [GUYANA] Macro-economic model of the Guyanese economy. (1990). [GUYANA] Recent economic developments in Guyana (1990). [GUYANA] Young women and the HIV epidemic. (1990). [HAITI] [GABON] 1990 general elections in Haiti. (1991). [HAITI] ILES VIERGES AMERICAINES Child abuse: the U.S. Virgin Islands experience. (1990). [ILES VIERGES AMERICAINES] ILES VIERGES BRITANNIQUES Whydoes thetouristdollarmattenan introduction to the economics of tourism in the British Virgin Islands. (1989). [ILES VIERGES BRITANNIQUES] INDE Disability statistics compendium. (1990). [CARAÏBES] [INDE] JAMAÏQUE I t nice". (1989). [JAMAÏQUE] Contribution of sidewalk vendors and higglers to the economy. (1989). [JAMAÏQUE] Economic surplus: formation, distribution and role in economic growth. (1990). [JAMAÏQUE] Informal commercial importers and the manufacturing sector. (1989). [JAMAÏQUE] Informal commercial importers: their origin, and their problems. (1989). [JAMAÏQUE] Problem of regulating sidewalk vending. (1989). [JA MAÏQUE] Training and dissemination of managerial know-how in LDCS:Jamaica. (1990). [JAMAÏQUE] Aspects of Jamaican agriculture. (1990). [JAMAÏQUE] Jamaica and the international drug economy. (1990). [JAMAÏQUE] [ETATS-UNIS] Maternal health in Jamaica: health needs, services and utilization. (1990). [JAMAÏQUE] Sexual abuse of children in Kingston and St. Andrew. (1990). [JAMAÏQUE] Socio-economicstudyofthetourism industry in Jamaica. (1991). [JAMAÏQUE] Someresults from a research project on sidewalk vending offood. (1989). [JAMAÏQUE] Abusedchildandthelawtajamaicanperspective. (1990). [JAMAÏQUE] 138 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

159 TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO MONTSERRAT Some problems of micro Parliaments in Caribbean micro states: the Montserrat case. (1991). [MONTSER RAT] NIGERIA Man power planning with occupational choice: a Nigerian example of mismatch. (1990). [NIGERIA] PORTO RICO External trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean : tbe economic im pacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to the Caribbean. (1990). [PORTO RICO] REPUBLIQUE DOMINICAINE Dominican doubts. (1990). [REPUBLIQUE DOMINI CAINE] ROYAUME-UNI Value Added Tax (VAT.) - seminar material. (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] [ROYAUME-UNI] VAT ' systems considerations. (1989). [TRINITE-ET- TOBAGO] [ROYAUME-UNI] SAINT-VINCENT-ET-GRENADINES How to sustain a small island. (1990). [SAINT-VIN- CENT-ET-G RENA DINES] SURINAME Situation AJ).1989in the Republic ofsuriname. (1989). [SURINAME] TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO Address at the presentation of awards and launching of new product of GTM Life Insurance Company of Trinidad and Tobago lim ited on Monday 14,1989. (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Address by Mr ANÜ. Robinson Prime Minister of the Republic oftrinidad and Tobago on theoccassion ofthe launching of the National Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Programme on Tuesday, February 6, (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Address by Mr. AJjJl, Robinson, Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy at the opening of the Chaguaramas Roman Catholic School, Wednesday, March 14,1990. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Address by Mr. AJVJt. Robinson, Prim e Minister of Trinidad and Tobago at the sixtieth anniversary of the Trinidad and Tobago Registered Nurses' Association on Monday, June 4, (1990). [TRIN1TE-ET-TO BAGO] Address by Prime Minister ANH. Robinson at the opening of the Naparima Bowl, Saturday, October 20,1990. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Carnival of life. (1991). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Chemical industiy - sector profile. (1990). [TRINITE- ET-TOBAGO] Electronics industiy-sector profile- (1990). [TRINITE- ET-TOBAGO] Engineering and capital goods - sector profile. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Handbookofkeyeconomicstatistics. (1989). [TRINITE- ET-TOBAGO] Hotel investment opportunities. (1990). [TRINITE-ET- TOBAGO] Impact of the health delivery system on women in Trinidad and Tobago: consequences for the year 2000 and beyond. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Information services industiy - sector profile. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Market for treasury bills in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Modelling the balance of payments in Trinidad and Tobago, (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. (1990). [TRINITE-ET- TOBAGO] New era for oil in Trinidad and Tobago: imperatives for human resource development. (1990). [TRINITE-ET- TOBAGO] Organising as consumers: the experience of the Housewives Association of Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Petrochem ical industry - sector profile. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Plastics industiy-sector profile. (1990). [TRINITE-ET- TOBAGO] Policies for women in the rural sector, Republic oftrinidad and Tobago: executive sum m ary. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Politics, public policy and Friendly Societies in Trinidad andtobago. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Printing and publishing industiy-sector profile. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Research function of a central bank. (1990). [TRINITE- ET-TOBAGO] Robberin the Trinidad Carnival. (1990). [TRINITE-ET- TOBAGO] Short history of The Shipping Association of Trinidad andtobago. (1991). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Statement by Prime Minister AJVJt. Robinson to the forty-fifth regular session ofthe United Nations General Assembly, New York, October 4, (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Statement made by Mr. A^l JL Robinson, Prim e Minister oftrinidad and Tobago in Parliament,February9,1990. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Utility rates (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Value Added Tax (VAT.) - seminar material. (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] [ROYAUME-UNI] Women and garment production in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Above and beyond-the airline ofthe New Worid. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Debt adjustment and development: a perspective of the 1990's. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] [DOCU MENTS TH EO R IQ U ES OU M ETHODOLO GIQUES] Music of suffering and survival. "Dob beat Mama Popo": reflections of child abuse in the calypso. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural com m odities for export. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [TRINITE-ET- TOBAGO] Trinidad and Tobago's view on regional cooperation. (1991). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Ethnics and economics. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TO BAGO] [GLOBALE] Population and births Population and vital statistics (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Development of the securities market in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Economic reaction to a sectorial boom: Trinidad and Tobago (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Empowerment through education: power and control from the perspective of the abused child. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] [GLOBALE] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

160 TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO Into the valley of debt: an alternative road to the IMF/World Bank Path in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Memorandum to the Government of Trinidad and Tobago on (l)the National Concert Hall (2)capital in ves t- m ents by th e steelband m ovem ent. (1990) [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] More contraceptive choices likely by the end of the cen tury. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Oral and pictorial records programme of the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine: an overview. (1990) [TRINITE-ET-TO BAGO] Review ofthe economy (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TO- BAGO] Starting your own business - the key questions and answers you need to know. (1991). [TRINITE-ET-TO BAGO] Study of diabetes and hypertension in women aged twenty-five and over. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Towards a development consensus in Trinidad and Tobago for the 1990s. (1991). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Trinidad and Tobago hydrocarbons: mqjor lessons for the region. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] VAT.: systems considerations. (1989). [TRINITE-ET- TOBAGO] [ROYAUME-UNI] Note on the Patent Information and Documentation Unit (PIDU) project. (1991). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Decentralization process: regional administration and regional development in Trinidad and Tobago; proposals for reform. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Challenge of employment promotion: Trinidad and To bago in the 1990's. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Death penalty in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] National consultation paper on enhancing the quality of life. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Republic oftrinidad and Tobago). (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TO BAGO] Report... (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Corporate business plan (1990). [TRINITE- ET-TOBAGO] Final report on a proposal for the establishment and operations of a business incubator facility in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Memorandum and recommendation of the President of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development to the Executive Directors on a proposed loan in an amount eqiuvalent to US$41) million to the Republic oftrinidadandtobagofora... (1989). [TRINITE-ET- TOBAGO] Memorandum and recommendation of the President of the International Bank for Restniction and Development to the executive directors on a proposed structural adjustment loan in an amount equivalent to US$40 million to Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TO B AG O ] Public sector investment programme (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Public sector investment programme (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TO BAGO] Actuarial valuation of the national insurance system of Trinidad and Tobago as of 30 June (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Child sexual abuse: the Tobago experience. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Decentralization process: regional administration and regional development in Trinidad and Tobago - proposals for reform. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Economics of value added taxation with specific reference to Trinidad and Tobago. (1991). [TR INITE-ET-TO - BAGO] From ownership to tenancy: loss of the national patrimony. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Report of the Auditor General on Public Accounts of the Republic oftrinidad and Tobago for the year ended 31st December, (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Report on the development programme (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Review of fiscal measures in the 1989 budget. (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Review of fiscal measures in the 1990 budget. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Reviewoftheeconomy (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TO- BAGO] Feature address by Mr. AN.R. Robinson, Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy at the formal launching of the Point Lisas Free Zone, Tuesday, March 13, (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Reconstruction programme of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TO BAGO] Partners in development: foreign technical assistance. Prescriptions and practice in a Public Transportation Development Programme in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] Governors' papers, : a bibliography:- speeches and papers ofthe former Governors ofthe Central Bank oftrinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TO- BAGO] Environmental management: assesment of information needs and resources. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TO BAGO] Graduate tracer study: a report on a survey of graduates in Engineering (UWI). (1989). [TRINITE-ET-TO- BAGO] National consultation working paper on human resources development. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TO- BAGO] Monetary policy indicators in area countries. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TO BAG O ] Sim pie model of themoney supply process in open petroleum economies. (1990). [TRINITE-ET-TOBAGO] 140 CARISPLAN Abstracts,No.22,1991

161 CARIBE I N D I C E G E O G R A F I C O AFRICA Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [CARIBE] [AF RICA] Transnational banks and external finance: implications for developing countries. (1990). [AMERICA LATINA] [AFRICA] UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. (1990). [CARIBE] [AFRICA] AMERICA LATINA Environment, crisis and development. (1990). [AMER ICA LATINA] Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [AMERICA LATINA] [ESTADOS UNIDOS] World population prospects (1991). [AMERICA LATINA] [EUROPA] Assessment of regional environmental trends in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [AMERICA LATINA] Preparation ofinventories and balance sheets ofthenatural and cultural heritage. (1990). [AMERICA LATINA] Situación acutal en materia de prevision de caudales inundaciones en America Latina y el Caribe. (1989). [AMERICA LATINA] Unequal participation by women in the working world. (1990). [AMERICA LATINA] Transnational banks and external finance: implications for developing countries. (1990). [AMERICA LATINA] [AFRICA] Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean: a proposal. (1990). [AMERICA LATINA] Final report of the First Meeting of High-Level Government-Designated Experts to review the Draft Action Plan for the Environment in Latin America and the Caribbean, Santiago, Chile, July (1990). [AMERICA LATINA] Report of the Latin American and Caribbean Regional Preparatoiy Meeting for the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development. (1991). [AMER ICA LATINA] Our own agenda. (1990). [AMERICA LATINA] Investment strategies to combat rural poverty: a proposal for Latin America. (1989). [AMERICA LATINA] ANTIGUA Y BARRUDAamiento de la capacidad de análisis de las estadisticas socioeconómicas en el proceso de planificación del desarrollo- (1990). [ANTIGUA Y BARBUDA] [MUNDIAL] Antigua and Barbuda: nine years of economic expansion, but challenges ahead. (1990). [ANTIGUA Y BAR BUDA] Developing healthy lifestyles in school children: the Antigua experience. (1990). [ANTIGUA Y BARBUDA] Avoiding waste and managing resources better: an interview with John St. Luce, Minister of Finance. (1990). [ANTIGUA Y BARBUDA] ANTILLAS NEERLANDESAS Child abuse: the experience of the island of Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. (1990). [ANTILLAS NEERLAN DESAS] ARABIA SAUDITA Attitudes to environment. [ARABIA SAUDITA] ARGENTINA Attitudes to environment. [ARABIA SAUDITA] (1990). [ARGENTINA] (1990). [ARGENTINA] ASIA Y EL PACIFICO Commodity systems assessment methodology for problem and project identification. (1990). [CARIBE] [ASIA Y EL PACIFICO] Approach to islands. (1990). [CARIBE] [ASIA Y EL PACIFICO] Managing small-island sustainability: towards a systems design. (1990). [CARIBE] [ASIA Y EL PACIFICO] Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s:facts and figures. (1990). [CARIBE] [ASIA Y EL PACIFICO] Economic problems and prospects of small islands. (1990). [CARIBE] [ASIA Y EL PACIFICO] Development of alternative energy systems for island communities. (1990). [ASIA Y EL PACIFICO] BAHAMAS BARBADOS BELICE CARIBE Junkanoo in the Bahamas. (1990). [BAHAMAS] Child sexual abuse in the Bahamas. (1990). [BAHA MAS] Child abuse: breaking the cycle. (1990). [BARBADOS] Empowerment through therapy. (1990). [BARBADOS] [MUNDIAL] Incest and drug abuse. (1990). [BARBADOS] Child abuse: a Caribbean regional perspective. (1990). [BARBADOS] Belize: country profile. (1990). [BELICE] International marketing opportunities for fresh fruits and vegetables. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] BWLVs role in airfreight exports. (1990). [CARIBE] CARICOM/CARNEID workshop. (1989). [CARIBE] Caribbean feminist tradition. (1990). [CARIBE] Challenges for sustainable development in small Caribbean islands. (1990). [CARIBE] Commodity systems assessment methodology for problem and project identification. (1990). [CARIBE] [ASIA Y EL PACIFICO] Community em powerment: alternative structures fornational development. (1990). [CARIBE] Computerization in small ports. (1991). [CARIBE] Economic development in the Caribbean: facilitating technological innovation. (1990). [CARIBE] Economic policy and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] Education tools to facilitate behaviour change. (1990). [CARIBE] Ethics among professionals: a philosophical view of a universal system. (1990). [CARIBE] Ethnic and economic pluralism: no race is a majority - all are minorities. (1990). [CARIBE] Formal launching ofthe Independent West Indian Commission. (1990). [CARIBE] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

162 CARIBE Getting on with the job of Caribbean survival. (1990). [CARIBE] Getting out ofthe cave: tension between democracy and elitism in Marx's theory of cognitive liberation. (1990). [CARIBE] Household structure in a West Indian society. (1990). [CARIBE] Links between tourism.agriculture and the environment. (1990). [CARIBE] Migration and the demographic transition: a West Indian example. (1990). [CARIBE] New developments in packaging material for use in exporting fresh horticultural products. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Opening address. (1990). [CARIBE] Our weaknesses as we see them. (1990). [CARIBE] Overcoming the socio-cultural and environmental impacts of tourism : the verdict for the Caribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] Packaging and labelling requirements for exporting. (1990). [CARIBE] Population projections for eight Caribbean countries (1990). [CARIBE] Post harvest handling and storage of fresh fruits. (1990). [CARIBE] Post harvest handling systems for tropical cut flowers, foliage and potted plants. (1990). [CARIBE] Post harvest handling systems for vegetables. (1990). [CARIBE] Post-harvest pathology of fruits and vegetables. (1990). [CARIBE] Primary education and literacy in the Caribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] Surplus labour economy affects technological advances. (1991). [CARIBE] Theoretical framework for the study of cultural domination by re-exportation. (1991). [CARIBE] [EUROPA] To be a West Indian: a personal view of the integration movement. (1990). [CARIBE] Tribute to a scholar - appreciating CXJt. James. (1990). [CARIBE] Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards. Who are we? What can we do for you?. (1990). [CARIBE] Tropical root crops: post harvest quality and handling systems for quality maintenance. (1990). [CARIBE] Unified regional European market and its implications challenges the Caribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] [EUROPA] West Indian Commission: a public forum on the future. (1990). [CARIBE] West Indies: patterns of development, culture and environmental change since (1990). [CARIBE] Who owns Caribbean mass media? Foreign domination -a passing phase. (1991), [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Women's organisations in the Caribbean Community from the 19th century to today. (1990). [CARIBE] A regional perspective: conference papers. (1989). [CARIBE] Horizontal co-operation on environmental issues in Latin America and the Caribbean: the challenge of an idea in times of crisis. (1990). [CARIBE] Approach to islands. (1990). [CARIBE] [ASIA Y EL PACIFICO] Cross-cultural perspectives in child abuse and neglect. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Disability statistics compendium. (1990). [CARIBE] [INDIA] Managing small-island sustainability: towards a systems design. (1990). [CARIBE] [ASIA Y EL PACIFICO] Organising from the perspective of unwaged housework: the international wages for housework campaign. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Techniques available and requirements for air transportation of fresh horticultural commodities. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Tourism activity in the 1980s and 1990s:facts and figures. (1990). [CARIBE] [ASIA Y EL PACIFICO] Tourism sector and Lome IV. (1990). [CARIBE] [AF RICA] CXJL James's conceptualization of the notion of selfgovernment - an appreciation and analysis. (1990). [CARIBE] First Caribbean Conference and Exhibition on Artificial Intelligence Book of abstracts. (1989). [CARIBE] [DOCUMENTOS TEORICOS O METODOLOGI COS] M oratoria: opcion para la deuda latinoamericana. (1989). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Presencia e influencia de los factores de desequilibrio en las finanzas internas en Cuba. (1989). [CARIBE] Apartheid,sanctions and sport. (1989). [CARIBE] Caribbean Area Office annual report (1990). [CARIBE] Caribbean in the larger world: issues in environment and development. (1991). [CARIBE] ChangingthefaceofCaribbeanports. (1991). [CARIBE] Child abuse: a Caribbean regional perspective. (1990). [CARIBE] Debt adjustment and development: looking to the 1990s. (1990). [CARIBE] Drug problem: social and economic effects - policy options forthe Caribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] Integration and participatory development: selected papers and proceedings ofthe second conference of Caribbean economists. (1990). [CARIBE] Management training in the Eastern Caribbean: the challenge to the U.WJ- (1991). [CARIBE] Non-governmental organizations and alternative strategies: bridging tbe development gap between Central America and the Caribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] Report of a Consultative Forum: Higher-level human resource development strategies in the Caribbean subsregion of the 1990s. (1991). [CARIBE] Science, technology and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] Sustained development for the Caribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean literature review on socio-cultural impacts of tourism. (1991). [CARIBE] Water resources management for sustainable development. (1990). [CARIBE] Growing presence of women in development. (1990). [CARIBE] Women and new technologies. (1990). [CARIBE] Child abuse: an international perspective. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Economic problems and prospects of small islands. (1990). [CARIBE] [ASIA Y EL PACIFICO] Environmental problems and opportunities in small open economies. (1991). [CARIBE] International relations of the Caribbean towards theyear (1990). [CARIBE] Macroeconomic planningin small economies:issues and experience. (1991). [CARIBE] UNFPA contribution: theory to action programmes. (1990). [CARIBE] [AFRICA] Deterioration of Caribbean coastal zones: a recurring issue in regional development. (1990). [CARIBE] 142 CARISPLAN Abstracts,No. 22,1991

163 GRANADA COSTARICA CUBA Health/tourism interaction. (1990). [CARIBE] Human resources development: public awareness / participation policies and practices. (1990). [CARIBE] Influencing international institutions. (1990). [CARIBE] Labour and sustainable development. (1990). [CARIBE] Legalaspects ofcbild abuse in the English-speaking Car ibbean. (1990). [CARIBE] Regional cooperation as an dement of Caribbean development strategy. (1990). [CARIBE] Relations between the French Overseas Departments and CARICOM. (1990). [CARIBE] Role and importance of plant quarantine for the support of fresh horticultural commodities. (1990). [CARIBE] Tourism and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] CARICOM: the prom ise and the reality. (1990). [CARIBE] CDB 20, the first twenty years: (1991). [CARIBE] Customs services and requirements for supporting fresh horticu ltu ral com m odities for export. (1990) [CARIBE] Towards an equal partnership for development: the need for an alternative US policy for the Caribbean region. (1990). [CARIBE] [ESTADOS UNIDOS] United States government's Caribbean Basin Initiative (1989). [CARIBE] [ESTADOS UNIDOS] Pesticide residues and its impact on the export of horti cultural commodities. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUN DIAL] Action plan for the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] Financing investment projects of fresh horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [CARIBE] Post-harvest systems in the tropics : a bibliography based on citations from the CAGRIS and AGRIS databases. (1989). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Role of the Caribbean Environment Programme in strengthening information networking for marine and coastal resource management. (1990). [CARIBE] Principales sources d'information aux Antilles Françaises. (1989). [CARIBE] Incorporation of women in developm ent policies. (1989). [COSTA RICA] Autoconsumo en el MINAZ. (1989). [CUBA] [DOCU MENTOS TEORICOS O METODOLOGICOS] EUROPA BaseNormativaenlaEmpresa. (1990). [CUBA] [MUN DIAL] Carnival in Cuba:anotherchapterin the nationalization of culture. (1990). [CUBA] Coeficiente de participación laboral y la estimulación en las formas colectivas de organi del trabajo. (1989) [CUBA] [MUNDIAL] Educación de las masas y la capacitación de los cuadros en la obra del Che (II). (1989). [CUBA] GABON Industria del niquel en Cuba. (1989). [CUBA] [MUN DIAL] Planificación Empresarial: problemas y perspectivas. (1989). [CUBA] GRANADA Análisis de algunos aspectos del proceso de cooperativi zacion en la agricultura cañera. (1989). [CUBA] Comercio mayorista en el sistema de comercio interior encuba. (1989). [CUBA] Comunicaciones en Cuba. (1989). [CUBA] [MUN DIAL] Cuba- URSS: cooperación para el desarrollo. (1989). [CUBA] [MUNDIAL] Cuba: utilización de la aviación agrícola. (1989). [CUBA] ECLAC. Producción de bienes decapital en Cuba. (1989). [CUBA] Incentives and planning in Cuba. (1989). [CUBA] Rentabilidad de los complejos agroindustriales azucareros de la provincia de la Habana en el periodo de (1989). [CUBA] Tendencias organizativas de las empresas cubanas. (1989). [CUBA] Cuba / Caricom relations:proposals. (1990). [CUBA] Deuda externa de America Latina: evolución, opciones y consecuencias. (1989). [CUBA] Inversiones en la planificación territorial. (1989). [CUBA] [MUNDIAL] Formación de la fuerza de trabqjo calificada: previsiones del Che- (1989). [CUBA] [MUNDIAL] DOCUMENTOS TEORICOS O METODOLOGICOS ESTADOS UNIDOS Autoconsumo en el MINAZ. (1989). [CUBA] [DOCU MENTOS TEORICOS O METODOLOGICOS] Debt adjustment and development: a perspective of the 1990's. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] [DOCU MENTOS TEORICOS O METODOLOGICOS] CDS/ISIS: what we want in version 2 A. (1990). [DOCU MENTOS TEORICOS O METODOLOGICOS] First Caribbean Conference and Exhibition on Artificial Intelligence - Book of abstracts. (1989). [CARIBE] [DOCUMENTOS TEORICOS O METODOLOGI COS] Overview: sustainable development and environmental management of small islands. (1990). [DOCUMEN TOS TEORICOS O METODOLOGICOS] Air transport and tourism: industry potential to be denied?. (1990). [AMERICA LATINA] [ESTADOS UNIDOS] Jamaica and the international drug economy. (1990). [JAMAICA] [ESTADOS UNIDOS] Library disaster preparedness support networks. (1989). [ESTADOS UNIDOS] Towards an equal partnership for development: the need for an alternative US policy for the Caribbean region. (1990). [CARIBE] [ESTADOSUNIDOS] United States government's Caribbean Basin Initiative. (1989). [CARIBE] [ESTADOS UNIDOS] Theoretical framework for the study of cultural domination by re-exportation. (1991). [CARIBE] [EUROPA] Unified regional European market and its implications challenges the C aribbean. (1990). [CARIBE] [EUROPA] World population prospects (1991). [AMERICA LATINA] [EUROPA] Young women and the HIV epidemic. (1990). [HAITI] [GABON] Grenada m as' (1990). [GRANADA] Grenada: the way forward in the decade of the 90's. (1991). [GRANADA] Educational technology:can itimproveeducational quality?. (1990). [GRANADA] [SUDAFRICA] This land is my land. (1989). [GRANADA] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

164 GUYANA GUYANA HAITI INDIA Case of T he Barama River Caribs of Guyana restudied". (1990). [GUYANA] Ethnic conflict and political control: the Guyana case. (1990). [GUYANA] Macro-economic model of the Guyanese economy. (1990). [GUYANA] Recenteconomicdevelopments in Guyana (1990). [GUYANA] Young women and the HIV epidemic. (1990). [HAITI] [GABON] 1990 general elections in Haiti. (1991). [HAITI] Disability statistics compendium. (1990). [CARIBE] [INDIA] ISLAS VIRGENES BRITANICAS Why does thetourist dollar matter: an introduction to the economics of tourism in the British Virgin Islands. (1989). [ISLAS VIRGENES BRITANICAS] ISLAS VIRGENES DE LOS EU Child abuse: the U.S. Virgin Islands experience. (1990). [ISLAS VIRGENES DE LOS EU] JAMAICA I t nice". (1989). [JAMAICA] Contribution of sidewalk vendors and higglers to the economy. (1989). [JAMAICA] Economic surplus: formation, distribution and role in economic growth. (1990). [JAMAICA] Informal commercial importers and the manufacturing sector. (1989). [JAMAICA] Informal commercial importers: their origin, and their problems. (1989). [JAMAICA] Problem of regulating sidewalk vending. (1989). [JA MAICA] Training and dissemination of managerial know-how in LDCS: Jamaica. (1990). [JAMAICA] Aspects of Jamaican agriculture. (1990). [JAMAICA] Jamaica and the international drug economy. (1990). [JAMAICA] [ESTADOS UNIDOS] Maternal health in Jamaica: health needs, services and utilization. (1990). [JAMAICA] Sexual abuse of children in Kingston and St. Andrew. (1990). [JAMAICA] Socio-economic study ofthe tourism industry in Jamaica. (1991). [JAMAICA] Some results from a research project on sidewalk vending of food. (1989). [JAMAICA] Abusedchildandthelaw:ajamaicanpenspective. (1990). [JAMAICA] MONTSERRAT Some problems of micro Parliaments in Caribbean micro states: the Montserrat case. (1991). [MONTSER RAT] MUNDIAL Reforzamiento de la capacidad de análisis de las estadísticas socioeconómicas en el proceso de planificación del desarrollo- (1990). [ANTIGUA Y BARBUDA] [MUNDIAL] Base Normativa en la Empresa. (1990). [CUBA] [MUN DIAL] Coeficiente de participación laboral y la estimulación en las formas colectivas de organi del trabajo. (1989). [CUBA] [MUNDIAL] NIGERIA Cuba: crecimiento economico e inestabilidad externa. (1990). [MUNDIAL] Industria del niquel en Cuba. (1989). [CUBA] [MUN DIAL] International marketing opportunities for fresh fruits and vegetables. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] New developments in packaging material for use in exporting fresh horticultural products. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Who owns Caribbean mass media? Foreign domination - a passing phase. (1991). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Cross-cultural perspectives in child abuse and neglect. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Multivariate statistical analysis of country classification : the identification of small developing countries. (1990). [MUNDIAL] New participatory methodologies for working with women. (1990). [MUNDIAL] Organising from the perspective of unwaged housework: the international wages for housework campaign. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Techniques available and requirements for air transportation of fresh horticultural commodities. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Tourism: planning, promotion and marketing. (1990). [MUNDIAL] Ethnics and economics. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TA BAGO] [MUNDIAL] Empowerment through therapy. (1990). [BARBADOS] [MUNDIAL] Comunicaciones en Cuba. (1989). [CUBA] [MUN DIAL] Cuba- URSS: cooperación para d desarrollo. (1989). [CUBA] [MUNDIAL] Moratoria: opcion para la deuda latinoamericana. (1989). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Empowerment through education: power and control from the perspective of the abused child. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] [MUNDIAL] Child abuse: an international perspective. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Child sexual abuse and its aftermath. (1990). [MUN DIAL] Notes on the world steel industry. (1990). [MUNDIAL] Issue of empowerment: an overview. (1990). [MUN DIAL] Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women in developing countries. (1990). [MUNDIAL] Pesticide residues and its impact on the export of horticultural commodities. (1990). [CARIBE] [MUN DIAL] Inversiones en la planificación territorial. (1989). [CUBA] [MUNDIAL] Post-harvest systems in the tropics : a bibliography based on citations from the CAGRIS and AGRIS databases. (1989). [CARIBE] [MUNDIAL] Formación de la fuerza de trabajo calificada: previsiones del Che.. (1989). [CUBA] [MUNDIAL] Manpower planning with occupational choice: a Nigerian example of mismatch. (1990). [NIGERIA] PUERTO RICO External trade and economic linkages in the Caribbean: the economic impacts in Puerto Rico of its exports to the Caribbean. (1990). [PUERTO RICO] 144 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

165 TRINIDAD Y TAB AGO REINO UNIDO Value Added Tax (V.A.T.) - seminar material. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] [REINO UNIDO] V.A.T.: systems considerations. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] [REINO UNIDO] REPUBLICA DOMINICANA Dominican doubts. CANA] (1990). [REPUBLICA DOMINI- SAN VICENTE Y LAS GRANADINAS How to sustain a small island. (1990). [SAN VICENTE Y LAS GRANADINAS] SUDAFRICA SURINAME TRINIDAD Educational technology:can it improve educational quality?. (1990). [GRANADA] [SUDAFRICA] Situation AJ) in the Republic of Suriname. (1989). [SURINAME] Y TABAGO Address at the presentation of awards and launching of new product of GTM Life Insurance Company oftrinidad and Tobago Limited on Monday 14,1989. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Address by Mr ANJ1. Robinson Prime Minister of the Republic oftrinidad and Tobago on the occassion ofthe launching of the National Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Programme on Tuesday, February 6, (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Address by Mr. AJVJ1. Robinson, Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy at the opening of the Chaguaramas Roman Catholic School, Wednesday, March 14,1990. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Address by Mr. AJ^R. Robinson, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago at the sixtieth anniversary of the Trinidad and Tobago Registered Nurses' Association on Monday, June 4, (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TA BAGO] Address by Prime Minister AN JL. Robinson at the opening of the Naparima Bowl, Saturday, October 20,1990. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Carnival of life. (1991). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Chemical industry - sector profile. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Electronics industry - sector profile- (1990). [TRINI DAD Y TABAGO] Engineering and capital goods - sector profile. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Handbook of key economic statistics. (1989). [TRINI DAD Y TABAGO] Hotel investment opportunities. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Impact of the health delivery system on women in Trinidad and Tobago: consequences for the year 2000 and beyond. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Information services industry - sector profile. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Market for treasury bills in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Modelling tbe balance of payments in Trinidad and Tobago, (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Monetary and financial policy in Trinidad and Tobago: selected Central Bank essays. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] New era for oil in Trinidad and Tobago: imperatives for human resource development. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Organising as consumers: the experience of the Housewives Association of Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Petrochemical industry-sector profile. (1990). [TRINI DAD Y TABAGO] Plastics industry-sector profile. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Policies for worn en in the rural sector, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago: executive summary. (1990). [TRINI DAD Y TABAGO] Politics, public policy and Friendly Societies in Trinidad andtobago. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Printing and publishing industry - sector profile. ( 1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Research function of a central bank. (1990). [TRINI DAD Y TABAGO] Robberin the Trinidad Carnival. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Short history of The Shipping Association of Trinidad andtobago. (1991). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Statement by Prime Minister AJVR. Robinson to the forty-fifth regular session ofthe United Nations General Assembly, New York, October 4,1990. (1990). [TRINI DAD Y TABAGO] Statem en t m ade by Mr. AJVR. Robinson, Prim e Minister of Trinidad and Tobago in Parliament,February9,1990. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Utility rates (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Value Added Tax (V.A.T.) - seminar material. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] [REINO UNIDO] Women and garment production in Trinidad and Tobago (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Above and beywnd-the airline ofthe New World. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Debt adjustment and development: a perspective of the 1990's. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] [DOCU MENTOS TEORICOS O METODOLOGICOS] Music of suffering and survival. Doh beat Mama Popo": reflections of child abuse in the calypso. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Proceedings of a workshop on post harvest handling of horticultural commodities for export. (1990). [TRINI DAD Y TABAGO] Report on national consultations preparatory to the Regional Economic Conference. (1991). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Trinidad and Tobago's view on regional cooperation. (1991). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Ethnics and economics. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TA BAGO] [MUNDIAL] Population and births Population and vital statistics (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Development of the securities market in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Economic reaction to a sectorial boom: Trinidad and Tobago (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Empowerment through education: power and control from the perspective of the abused child. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] [MUNDIAL] Into the valley of debt: an alternative road to the IMF/World Bank Path in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Memorandum to the Government of Trinidad and Tobago on (l)the National Concert Hall (2)capital investm ents by tb e steelb an d m ovem ent. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] More contraceptive choices likely by the end of the century. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

166 TRINIDAD Y TABAGO Oral and pictorial records programme of the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine: an overview. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Review of the economy (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Starting your own business - the key questions and an swers you need to know. (1991). [TRINIDAD Y TA BAGO] Study of diabetes and hypertension in women aged twenty-five and over. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TA BAGO] Towards a development consensus in Trinidad and To bago for the 1990s. (1991). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Trinidad and.tobago hydrocarbons: mqjor lessons for the region. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] V.A.T.: systems considerations. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] [REINO UNIDO] Note on the Patent Information and Documentation Unit (PIDU) project. (1991). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Decentralization process: regional administration and regional development in Trinidad and Tobago; propos ais for reform. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Caribbean co-operation in health: CCH: Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Challenge of employment promotion: Trinidad and To bago in the 1990's. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Death penalty in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [TRINI DAD Y TABAGO] National consultation paper on enhancing the quality of life. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Report on policies for women in the rural sector (Repub lie of Trinidad and Tobago). (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Report-» (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Corporate business plan (1990). [TRINI DAD Y TABAGO] Final report on a proposal for the establishment and operations of a business incubator facility in Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Memorandum and recommendation of the President of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development to the Executive Directors on a proposed loan in an amount eqiuvalent to US$4.0 million to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago for a (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Memorandum and recommendation of the President of the International Bank for Restruction and Development to the executive directors on a proposed structural adjustment loan in an amount equivalent to US$ million to Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Public sector investment programme (1990) [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Public sector investment programme (1990) [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Actuarial valuation of the national insurance system of Trinidad and Tobago as of 30 June (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Child sexual abuse: the Tobago experience. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Decentralization process: regional administration and regional development in Trinidad and Tobago - proposals for reform. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Economics of value added taxation with specific reference to Trinidad and Tobago. (1991). [TRINIDAD Y TA BAGO] From ownership to tenancy: loss of the national patrimony. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Report of the Auditor General on Public Accounts of the Republic oftrinidad and Tobago for the year ended 31st December, (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Report on the development programme (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Review of fiscal measures in the 1989 budget. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Review of fiscal measures in the 1990 budget. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Review of the economy (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Feature address by Mr. AJSJt. Robinson, Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy at the formal launching of the Point lisas Free Zone, Tuesday, March 13,1990. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Reconstruction programme of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Report of the committee to examine the entire family services delivery system in Trinidad and Tobago: Part III the Tobago pilot project. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TA BAGO] Partners in development: foreign technical assistance. Prescriptions and practice in a Public Transportation Development Programme in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Governors ' papers, : a bibliography:- speeches and papers of the former Governors ofthe Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago. (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TA BAGO] Environmental management: assesment of information needs and resources. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TA BAGO] Graduate tracer study: a report on a survey of graduates in Engineering (UWI). (1989). [TRINIDAD Y TA BAGO] National consultation working paper on human resources development. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TA BAGO] Monetary policy indicators in area countries. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] Simplemodel of themoney supply process in open petroleum economies. (1990). [TRINIDAD Y TABAGO] 146 CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,1991

167 CARNEID L 'IN D E X D E S A U T E U R S IN D IC E D E A U T O R E S A dhin,shanti D Situation A.D in the Republic o f Suriname. (1989). Agathonos, Helen Cross-cultural perspectives in child abuse and neglect. (1990). Aguirre Soler, Alba Base Normativa en la Empresa. (1990). Alexander, Dale CDS/ISIS: what we want in version 2.4. (1990). Ali, Desmond Science, technology and sustainable development in the Caribbean. (1990). Alleyne, George Health/tourism interaction. (1990). Alvarez M arco, Victor C uba-urss: cooperación para el desarrollo. (1989). Andrews, Richardson Notes on the world steel industry. (1990). An trobus, Peggy Human resources development: public awareness / participation policies and practices. (1990). Arias, Sonia Educación de las masas y la capacitación de los cuadros en la obra del Che (II). (1989). Aijoon, Surendra Economics o f value added taxation with specific reference to Trinidad and Tobago. (1991). Arriagada, Andres Situación acutal en materia de prevision de caudales inundaciones en America Latina y el Caribe. (1989). Arriagada, Irm a Unequal participation by women in the working world. (1990). A rthur Young Firm (Trinidad) V.A.T.: systems considerations. (1989) Value Added Tax(V.A.T.) - seminar material. (1989). Ayala Castro, Hector T endencias organizativas de las em presas cubanas. (1989). Baball, Balliram M arket for treasury bills in Trinidad and Tobago. (1990). Basdeo, Sahadeo Trinidad and Tobago's view on regional cooperation. (1991). Basseer, Potkin Transnational banks and external finance: implications for developing countries. (1990). Belle, Adelle Child abuse: the U S. Virgin Islands eiqierience. (1990). Beller, W ed Sustainable development and environmental management o f small islands. (1990) Sustainable development and environmental management o f small islands. (1990) Sustainable development and environmental management o f small islands. (1990) Sustainable development and environmental management o f small islands. (1990) Sustainable development and environmental management o f small islands. (1990) Sustainable development and environmental management of small islands. (1990) Sustainable development and environmental management o f small islands. (1990) Sustainable development and environmental management o f small islands. (1990). Beller, William H ow to sustain a small island. (1990). Benn, Clary Foreign exchange resources oft rinidad and Tobago: a need for budgeting. (1990). Bethel, Clement Junkanoo in the Bahamas. (1990). Bettelheim, Judith Carnival in Cuba: another chapter in the nationalization of culture. (1990). Block, Clifford Educational technology: can it improve educational quality?. (1990). Brandt, Edmund Packaging and labelling requirem ents for exporting. (1990). Brittain, Ann W Migration and the demographic transition: a West Indian example. (1990). Brookfield, H.C Approach to islands. (1990). Bryan, Anthony T International relations of the Caribbean towards the year (1990). CARNEID CARICOM/CARNEID workshop. (1989). CARISPLAN Abstracts, No. 22,

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