Caribbean Trade, Integration and Development - Selected Papers and Speeches of Alister McIntyre Volume 1
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Caribbean Trade, Integration and Development - Selected Papers and Speeches of Alister McIntyre Volume 1

By Andrew S. Downes, Compton Bourne, M. Arnold McIntyre and Rosalie O’Meally
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"The papers in these volumes inevitably chart thecourse of Sir Alister's professional life and . . . I marvel at the prodigiousoutput of his intellectual journey." -Sir Shridath Ramphal, former Chancellorof the University of the West Indies, Common wealth Secretary General, Chairmanof the West Indian Commission and Director-General of the Caribbean RegionalNegotiating Machinery. "Sir Alister held an unswerving belief that the onlyworkable pathway for the survival of the small countries of the Caribbean wasthrough a strategy of regional integration that would combine the synergies ofthe individual countries of the region into a collective whole." "He was quite insistent aboutyouth participation and either devised or supported various initiatives toencourage a younger generation of scholars to participate directly in theregional integration project." "He held numerousconsultations, commissioned a number of technical studies from universityscholars, the private sector and governmental institutions and developedstructured negotiating positions (through his blue and red negotiating books)to enable the region to speak with one voice and hold a common position in theinternational community." -Dr. Shelton Nicholls, Senior Advisor tothe President, Caribbean Development Bank.

Table of Contents
  • Cover
  • Half-Title
  • Dedication
  • Title
  • Contents
  • List of Tables
  • About the Editors
  • Tribute
  • Foreword
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • List of Abbreviations
  • Section 1 Regional Economic Integration and the Caribbean Experience
    • Introduction to Section 1
    • 1.1 Aspects of Development and Trade in the Commonwealth Caribbean, Economic Bulletin for Latin America, ECLAC, 1964
    • 1.2 Decolonization and Trade Policy in the West Indies (in F. Andic and T. Mathews Eds.) The Caribbean in Transition, University of Puerto Rico, 1965
    • 1.3 Opening Statement at the Second Meeting of Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community, December 8, 1975
    • 1.4 Opening Remarks at the Eighth Meeting of the Common Market Council of Ministers, St George’s, Grenada, April 23, 1976
    • 1.5 The Role of the Economic Integration Process in Regional Development: The Caribbean Experience: Delivered at the Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London, December 14, 1976
    • 1.6 Review of Integration Movements in the Third World with Particular Reference to the Caribbean Community, Symposium on Ten Years of CARICOM Integration Experience, Bridgetown, Barbados, July 4, 1983
    • 1.7 The Political Economy of Canadian-West Indian Relations (Written jointly with Kari Levitt, May 5, 1966)
    • 1.8 Studies in Foreign Investment in the Commonwealth Caribbean, Trinidad and Tobago (written jointly with Beverly Watson), June 1970
    • 1.9 Caribbean Integration and Development: Some Further Steps for Re-Conceptualizing Integration for Development, March 2008
  • Section 2 International Trading Relations and Negotiations
    • Introduction to Section 2
    • 2.1 Some Economic Issues Arising from the Options Offered by the Enlarged European Economic Community to Developing Commonwealth Countries in Africa, the Indian Ocean, the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean, Prepared for the Commonwealth Secretariat, London, United Kingdom, March 1972
    • 2.2 The Caribbean after 1992: Sir Thomas Holland Memorial Lecture, Royal Society of Arts, London, United Kingdom, April 24, 1990
    • 2.3 Preparing for 1992, Statement Made to the West India Committee Conference on Europe and the Caribbean, November 20, 1990
    • 2.4 Long-term Changes in Europe/Caribbean Relations: Some Potential Areas for Cooperation, November 20, 1992
    • 2.5 Development Cooperation after UNCTAD VI: Aspects of the Intellectual Task Ahead, Paper for the IDS Bulletin on UNCTAD—Address to the Development Studies Association Conference, September 1983
    • 2.6 The Importance of Negotiation Preparedness: Reflections on the Caribbean Experience, 1994
    • 2.7 International Trade Negotiations, April 2004
    • 2.8 Towards a New International Economic Order: Report by a Commonwealth Experts Group
  • Section 3 The Future of Caribbean Trade and Development
    • Introduction to Section 3
    • 3.1 The European Single Market: The Need for Vigilance and Innovation by CARICOM Countries, May 24, 1990
    • 3.2 Changing Perceptions of Development: Their Implications for the Caribbean, the Inaugural William G. Demas Memorial Lecture, Barbados, October 11, 2000
    • 3.3 The International Economic Situation: Elements for a Policy Agenda, Keynote Address, First Conference of the Association of Caribbean Economists, July 1–7, 1987
    • 3.4 The Right to Choose: Some Lessons of Independence in the Field of External Economic Relationships, Speech delivered in Castries, St Lucia, 1989
    • 3.5 The Future of CARICOM in the Global Economy, Address to the Planning Institute of Jamaica Symposium, Jamaica Conference Centre, October 6, 1992
    • 3.6 The Imperatives for Economic Growth in the OECS, November 22, 2002
    • 3.7 Small Countries in the World Economy: Some Observations Relevant to the Caribbean, September 2006
    • 3.8 Increasing the Contribution of Tourism to Jamaica’s Development – Closing Remarks at the Final Session, UWI Mona Academic Conference, August 28, 2005
    • 3.9 International Competitiveness and Caribbean Development – Launch of the Competitiveness Company, September 20, 2005
  • Epilogue
  • CARICOM Trade Routes Map
  • List of Selected Lectures, Addresses and Papers: Sir Alister McIntyre
  • Copyright
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