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 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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