Caribbean Visions Author:S.B. Jones-Hendrickson You are invited to join the ranks of those who had the opportunity to hear ten Presidents outline their vision for and to the Caribbean people of the period of 1979 to 1989. From Curacao in the Netherlands Antilles to St.Kitts in the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), from Jamaica in the north to Barbados in the south, these ten Pr... more »esidents of the Caribbean Studies Association key on critical issues which faced and will face the people of he Caribbean at home and abroad.
You will be informed about:
Equality and Social Justice--> Bell
United States Dominance--> Lewis
Labor Surplus and the Engine of Growth--> Palmer
Modern-Conservative Societies--> Maningot
Strategies for Progress in Post-Independence SBJH
Human Values and Human Resources--> Andic
Economics of the State and the People--> Bourne
Challenges of Leadership--> Young
Zone of Peace: Possibility or Utopia--> Serbin
CSA's Visions of Development--> Greene
Can you afford not to read this book? This book is important to those who make the Caribbean their home at home and abroad. The book is also important to those who want to know more about the thinking of Caibbeanists and Caribbeaners as they chart their visions of and for the Caribbean people over time and space.
The contributors are distinguished academics. scholars and practicing decision/policy makers in the traditional Caribbean, the wider Caribbean and in North America.
The Caribbean Studies Association, CSA, is the premier organization that studies the Caribbean, CSA is also a family. These ten address are ideas from our family to your family.
The Editor: S.B. Jones-Hendrickson (SBJH) is a Professor of Economics, University of the Virgin Islands, St. Croix Campus, USVI. He is a founding member of the Caribbean Studies Association. He held postions as the first Secretary-Treasurer, Council Member, Vice-President and President. He has written widely on the Caribbean