Journal of Business, Finance and Economics in Emerging Economies

The Journal of Business, Finance and Economics in Emerging Economies is a compilation done by the Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance with the support of our journal sponsors.

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Volume 1 Number 1 2006
  • An Assessment of Volatility Transmission in the Jamaica Financial System
  • The Effectiveness of Central Bank Intervention in the Foreign Exchange Markets in Selected Flexible Exchange Rate Countries...
  • Quantitative Assessment of the Financial Sector: An Integrated Approach
  • Rethinking the Role of the Financial Sector in Economic Growth in CARICOM
  • Securities Market Development in Trinidad and Tobago: Contemporary Issues and Challenges
  • Great Expectations or Feasible Initiative: Trinidad and Tobago as a Pan-Caribbean Financial Centre
  • The Determinants of Jamaica’s Sovereign Spread
  • An Examination of the Government of Jamaica Debt raising Strategy: Some Perspectives on Capital Market Development and Monetary

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Volume 2 Number 1 2007
  • Realizing a Caribbean Monetary Union
  • State-Space Estimation of Multi-Factor Models of the Term Structure: An Application to Government of Jamaica Bonds
  • INVESTIGATING THE LINK BETWEEN FINANCIAL DOLLARIZATION AND INFLATION: EVIDENCE FROM JAMAICA
  • Debt in Caricom Origins and Consequences for Growth and Economic Development
  • Financial Stability: Issues for Caricom Economies
  • The Efficiency of Merchant Banks and Finance Companies in an Emerging Market: Determinants and Policy Issues
  • THE NEW BILATERAL REGIONAL FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS IN THE AMERICAS CAN THE SMALLER ECONOMIES OF LATIN AMERICA AND CARICOM BENEFIT?
  • The Political Economy of Fiscal Decentralization in a Sub-Regional Economy: The Case of Tobago

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Volume 3 Number 1 2008
  • Rising to the Challenge of Sustainable Development in the Caribbean: Feature Address to SEDU’s 10th Anniversary Conference
  • Sustaining Industry on Small Islands by Harnessing Opportunities for Collaborative Resource Management
  • Improving the Coherence and Relevance of the Regional Environmental Policy Framework: Preliminary Observations and Lessons...
  • Sustainable Development and the Industrial Minerals Sector: Integrating the Principles of Sustainable Development Within...
  • The Evolving Pattern of Trade in a Small Hydrocarbon Exporting Economy and Some Policy Recommendations for Sustainable Develo...
  • HIV/AIDS: Hurdles to a Sustainable Response In the Caribbean
  • Whales: More Valuable Alive than Dead? A question for Decision Makers in Eastern Caribbean Whale-Watching Destinations
  • Measuring Sustainable Development in the Caribbean: A Stochastic Dominance Approach Using Ecological Footprint Data

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Volume 3 Number 2 2008
  • RETURN VIABILITY IN CARICOM EQUITY MARKETS
  • ANALYSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MONETARY POLICY IN THE BAHAMAS (1974-2005)
  • THE REACTION OF BANK LENDING TO MONETARY POLICY: THE CASE OF JAMAICA
  • ISSUES IN FINANCING DEVELOPMENT IN CARICOM
  • INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS AND FINANCIAL REPORTING QUALITY IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
  • AN ARDL MODEL OF THE DEMAND FOR HOUSING IN BARBADOS
  • AN EXPLORATION OF ALTERNATIVE METHODOLOGIES FOR ASSESSING DEBT AND FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY
  • CARIFORUM-EU ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT: THE WELFARE IMPACT AND IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

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Volume 4 Number 1 2009
  • CORPORATE INCOME TAX COMPETITION IN THE CARIBBEAN
  • EXPLAINING JAMAICA’S GROWTH PUZZLE: A COMPARATIVE GROWTH ACCOUNTING EXERCISE WITH OTHER CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES
  • MEASURING THE EFFECTS OF CONCENTRATION AND RISK ON BANK RETURNS: EVIDENCE FROM A PANEL OF INDIVIDUAL LOAN PORTFOLIOS IN JAMAICA
  • ESTIMATING THE OUTPUT COST OF DISINFLATION: AN APPLICATION TO JAMAICA AND TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
  • GLOBAL IMBALANCES AND DESTABILIZING SPECULATION
  • ESTIMATING THE SIZE OF THE INFORMAL ECONOMY IN BARBADOS

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Volume 4 Number 2 2009
  • DOES CAPITAL ACCOUNT LIBERALIZATION MAKE CARIBBEAN ECONOMIES MORE OR LESS SUSCEPTIBLE TO SUDDEN STOPS?
  • IS THE CONVENTIONAL VALUE-AT-RISK (VAR) MODEL AN APPROPRIATE TOOL FOR ESTIMATING MARKET RISK? THE CASE OF AN INDICATIVE JAMAICAN FINANCIAL INSTITUTION
  • AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SECURITY IN THE ECCU
  • “RETHINKING CARIBBEAN AGRICULTURE RE-EVALUATING W. ARTHUR LEWIS’S MISUNDERSTOOD PERSPECTIVE”
  • FISCAL DISCIPLINE IN THE ACHIEVEMENT OF FISCAL AND DEBT SUSTAINABILITY IN THE BAHAMAS
  • CYCLICALITY AND FISCAL POLICY IN THE CARIBBEAN
  • Determinants of Inflation in Selected Caribbean Countries

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Volume 5 Number 1 2010
  • Stressing to Breaking Point; Interpreting Stress Test Results
  • Trends and Policy Trade-offs of Capital Flows in Latin America and the Caribbean: 2003-2008
  • Forecasting Non-Performing Loans in Barbados
  • Assessing Exchange Rate Competitiveness in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union
  • Why do Banks Disappear?: A History of Bank Failures and Acquisitions in Trinidad, 1836-1992
  • The Simple Analytics of oligopoly Banking in Developing Economies

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Volume 5 Number 2 2010
  • EXTERNAL CAPITAL STRUCTURES AND OIL PRICE VOLATILITY
  • FINANCING RECOVERY: IMPLICATIONS OF NATURAL DISASTER EXPENDITURE ON THE FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY OF THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN CURRENCY UNIT (ECCU) STATES
  • A COMPUTABLE GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM (CGE) MODEL OF BANKING SYSTEM STABILITY: CASE OF JAMAICA
  • CAUSAL CHAINS BETWEEN SAVINGS INVESTMENT AND GROWTH: EVIDENCE FOR LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

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Volume 6 Number 1 2011
  • DYNAMIC INTERACTION OF BANK ASSETS IN TWO FOREIGN CURRENCY CONSTRAINED ECONOMIES
  • EXCHANGE RATE DETERMINATION IN JAMAICA: A MARKET MICROSTRUCTURES AND MACROECONOMIC FUNDAMENTALS APPROACH
  • THE IMPACT OF CREDIT CONSTRAINTS ON PRIVATE AGGREGATE CONSUMPTION
  • THE MACROECONOMIC IMPACT OF IMFSUPPORTED PROGRAMMES IN SMALL OPEN ECONOMIES: THE CASE OF BARBADOS
  • AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF THE INFLATION TARGETING FRAMEWORK IN A TIME OF FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC CRISIS
  • ARE CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES DIVERGING OR CONVERGING? EVIDENCE FROM SPATIAL ECONOMETRICS

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Volume 6 Number 2 2011
  • Who is Afraid of Fiscal Adjustment?
  • Measuring and Forecasting Financial Stability The Composition of an Aggregate Financial Stability Index for Jamaica
  • The Usefulness of Evolutionary Early Warning Indicators for Emerging Economies Ahead of Macroeconomic Crises: Conventional Methods
  • A New Framework for Managing Macro-Financial Risks in Trinidad & Tobago: An Application of Contingent Claims Analysis to the Banking System

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Volume 7 Number 1 2012
  • CURRENCY SUBSITUTION: EVIDENCE FROM THE CARIBBEAN
  • Estimating the Natural Rate of Interest for Jamaica
  • Price Setting Behaviour in Jamaica A Micro and Macro Perspective

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Volume 7 Number 2 2012
  • A CONTINGENT CLAIMS APPROACH TO MEASURING INSOLVENCY RISK: AN EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS ONJAMAICA AND ITS FINANCIAL SECTOR
  • ECONOMIC GROWTH AND CORRUPTION IN DEVELOPING ECONOMIES: EVIDENCE FROM LINEAR AND NON-LINEAR PANEL CAUSALITY TESTS
  • STOCK MARKET VOLATILITY SPILLOVER FROM DEVELOPED MARKETS TO REGIONAL MARKETS

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Volume 8 Number 1 2013
  • GROWTH FORECASTS FOR FOREIGN EXCHANGE CONSTRAINED ECONOMIES
  • MEASURING THE IMPACT OF THE JAMAICAN GOVERNMENT ON THE ECONOMY VIA FISCAL MULTIPLIERS
  • PRICE SETTING IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO: EVIDENCE FROM SURVEY DATA

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Volume 8 Number 2 2013
  • THE MONEY DEMAND FUNCTION IN SURINAME
  • A COMPOSITE INDICATOR OF SYSTEMIC STRESS (CISS): THE CASE OF JAMAICA
  • AN ANALYSIS OF BANK LIQUIDITY IN THE BAHAMAS

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