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 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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