Norman Girvan, Series Editor
Bill Riviere, Associate Series EditorThis series brings to the attention of academic readers and the general public the work of young Caribbean scholars on a broad range of topics related to Caribbean development, originally undertaken for research degrees at the Consortium Graduate School.
|1.||Ideology and Caribbean Integration Ian Boxill|
|2.||Technological Behaviour under Structural Adjustment: a Case Study Giijanauth Boodraj|
|3.||Gender Segregation in the Barbadian Labour Market 1946 and 1980 Roslyn Lynch|
|4.||Metayage, Capitalism and Peasant Development in St Lucia 1840-1957 Peter Adrien|
|5.||Taxation and Equity in Jamaica 1985-1992 Who Bears the Burden? Dillon Alleyne|
|6.||The Political Economy of Fertility in the British West Indies 1891-1921 Dennis A. V. Brown|
Research by students at the Consortium Graduate School of Social Sciences has been supported by grants from the International Development Research Centre.
The School's programme has also received support from the United Nations Development Programme, UNESCO, the Ford Foundation, and the Commonwealth Fund for Technical Cooperation.
The New Generation Series of publications is supported by a grant from the Caribbean Development Bank.