Economic Insight, the Central Bank of Barbados' newest publication, is a non-technical, lifestyle type magazine aimed at strengthening the average Barbadian's understanding of Economics.
Barbadian secondary and tertiary students between the ages of 14 and 18 are invited to participate in the Sir Winston Scott Memorial Lecture Schools’ Essay Competition
Sustainable Energy Independence in the Caribbean; Making It Happen
November 10-11, 2016 in Barbados
Nineteen secondary school students from around the region are now better prepared to pursue higher education in STEM subjects after an intensive four-week residential programme at UWI Cave Hill
The 25-year old former Harrison College and Barbados Community College student says the $35,000 cash prize will allow him to pursue his MSc in Finance and Business Economics.
Enhanced Credit Guarantee Fund
Savings Bond Programme
Annual Review Seminar
Central Bank Of Barbados
Tom Adams Financial Centre,
Tel: (246) 436-6870