Focusing on the process of agricultural policy-making within the Caribbean Community and Common Market, this book provides a context for understanding the evolving theory of regional integration among developing countries. It traces the progress of Caribbean integration from its beginnings.
1. Introduction: The Setting for Caribbean Integration 2. Regional Integration and the Agricultural Sector. 3. The Process of Caribbean Integration 4. Caribbean Agricultural Development: The Challenge 5. Agricultural Policy in the Caribbean: A Regional Response 6. Epilogue: Basic Needs and Collective Self-Reliance