This book analyzes long-term demographic, economic, and resource-use trends in seventeen Caribbean basin countries. It points to the potentially destabilizing role of rapid population growth incorporating forecasting techniques to examine the impact of the factors for each country to the year 2000.
Table of Contents
Introduction and Overview -- Method and Data Sources -- Country Profiles -- Interrelationships Among Demographic, Economic, and Environmental Trends -- Implications for U.S. Interests and Policy
Norman A. Graham, manager of international studies at The Futures Group, is co-author of <u>The U.S. Export-Import Bank: Policy Dilemmas and Choices</u> (Westview, 1984) and <u>The United States and Multilateral Diplomacy.</u> Prior to joining The Futures Group, he served as a research associate with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research. Keith Edwards is an economist at The Futures Group with responsibility in the areas of innovation studies, technology assessment, and economic forecasting.