1st Edition

Caribbean Public Policy Regional, Cultural, And Socioeconomic Issues For The 21st Century

    270 Pages
    by Routledge

    275 Pages
    by Routledge

    This book focuses on public policy issues in Caribbean, evaluating current policy and suggests realistic improvements and alternatives. It also focuses on following themes: economic policy, the regional business environment, regionalism and integration, health care, labor and migration and gender.

    Introduction: Caribbean Public Policy Issues in the 1990s -- Global, Hemispheric, and Regional Trends: Impact on Caribbean Public Policy -- Global and Regional Trends: Impact on Caribbean Development -- Hemispheric Trends: Regional Impact of the North American Free Trade Area -- Hemispheric Trends: The Impact of Free Trade on the Dependent Caribbean— The Case of the French Overseas Departments -- Regional Trends: The Role of the "Group of Three" -- Regional Trends: Cuba-Caribbean Community Relations -- Regional Trends: Cooperation and Integration— In Search of Viability -- The Caribbean Public Policy Agenda: Challenges in Culture, Education, and Training -- Caribbean Culture: Paradoxes of the 1990s -- Caribbean Culture in the 1990s: Toward a Carefully Conceived Policy -- Caribbean Culture: Ethnic Identity Issues— The Case of Suriname -- Toward a New Caribbean Manager: Caribbean Management Education and Training -- Environmental Education: Training for Coastal Management -- Training for Health: The Management of HIV/AIDS -- The Caribbean Public Policy Agenda: Human Development Issues -- Drugs and Crime: Policy Perspectives -- Caribbean Women in Transition to the 21st Century: The Need for Strategies to Develop Their Potential -- Caribbean Labor at Issue: Labor Migrations and ILO Standards -- Caribbean Migrations in the 1990s: Some Policy Implications -- Telecommunications Policy in the Caribbean: From Tele-Colonialism to Sustainable Development? -- Telecommunications Policy: Philosophical Issues, Creative Prescriptions -- Environmental Policy: Changing Patterns of Coastal Eco-Development -- In Conclusion -- A Policy Vision for the Region -- The Future of CARICOM -- Sustainable Development of Small Island States (U.N.)


    Jacqueline Anne Braveboy-wagner