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 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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