Management of adjustment programmes

Author(s): Worrell, DeLisle (1991)

Created 22 Jul, 1991
Categories Working Papers
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This paper highlights the difficulties of Caribbean countries trying to manage economic adjustment programmes. It suggests ways to alleviate these difficulties. The difficulties identified are: technical problems, problems of political economy, implementation problems and bad attitudes. Suggests financial resources be provided to strengthen applied economic research; private and public sector institutions contribute financial resources to strengthen statistical databases; the independence and authority to match their responsibilities. (Presentation to the CEMLA Conference, July 8-9 1991, Hilton Hotel, Barbados)

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