Last Updated November 2012


A.        Books and monographs


1.               The Caribbean Bauxite Industry.  Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER), University of the West Indies (UWI), 1967, pp.45. Available at


2.         Multinational Corporations and Dependent Underdevelopment in Mineral-Export Economies, New Haven: Economic Growth Center, Yale University, Center Paper No. 182, 1970; also in Social and Economic Studies, 19, 4 (December 1970), pp. 490-526. Available at


3.         Foreign Capital and Economic Underdevelopment in Jamaica. ISER/UWI, 1971, PP. 282.


4.         Copper in Chile: A Study in Conflict between Corporate and National Economy. ISER/UWI, 1972, pp. 86.


5.         Corporate Imperialism, Conflict and Expropriation: Essays in Transnational Corporations and Economic Nationalism in the Third World. New York; Myron E. Sharpe, 1976; and Monthly Review Press, 1978. Pp. 241.


6.         (With R. Bernal and W. Hughes) The IMF and the Third World: The Case of Jamaica. Uppsala: Dag Hammarksjold Foundation, 1980. Pp. 42; Also in Development  Dialogue, 1980, 2; and in Spanish in Cuadernos Economico Trimestrales, No. 3, (December 1980) Havana; and extracts reprinted in Yash Ghai, Robin Luckam, and Francis Snyder (eds.), The Political Economy of Law:  A Third World Reader.  Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1987.


7.         Technology Policies for Small Developing Economies: A Study of the Caribbean. ISER/UWI, 1983, pp. 224.


8.         (With Kurt Hoffman) Managing International Technology Transfer: A Strategic Approach for Developing Countries.  Ottawa: IDRC MR259e; April 1990, pp.311.



9.         (With E. Rodriguez et al).  The Debt Problem of Small Peripheral Economies: Case Studies of the Caribbean and Central America.  Kingston: Association of Caribbean Economists in collaboration with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 1990.  (Also published in Caribbean Studies, 24, 1-2; Jan.-June 1991).



10.   Societies at Risk? The Caribbean and Global Change. Paris: UNESCO, Management of Social Transformation (MOST) Discussion Paper No. 17, 1997 (Summary published  in Boletin de Economia, abril-junio 1998, San Juan: Unidad de Investigaciones Economicas, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras).


11.  Cooperation in the Greater Caribbean: The Role of the Association of Caribbean States.. Kingston: Ian Randle Publications, 2006; pp. 214.


12.  El Caribe: Dependencia, Integración y Soberanía. Santiago, Cuba: Casa del Caribe y Editorial Oriente; 2012;  pp.246



B.        Books edited


1.         (With O. Jefferson) Readings in the Political Economy of the Caribbean. New World Group, 1971, pp. 278.


2.         Dependence and Underdevelopment in the New World and the Old. (A Special Number of Social and Economic Studies, 22,1). ISER/UWI, 1973. PP. 203.


3.         Essays in Science and Technology in the Caribbean. (A Special Number of Social and Economic Studies, 28,1) ISER/UWI, 1979. pp. 336.


4.         (With George Beckford) Development in Suspense:  Selected Papers and Proceedings of the First Conference of Caribbean Economists, Kingston; Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and the Association of Caribbean Economists, 1989. pp. 363.


5.         (With David A. Simmons), Caribbean Ecology and Economics. Barbados: Caribbean Conservation Association, 1991.


6.         Working Together for Development: D.T.M. Girvan on Cooperative and Community Development, 1939 - 1968. Kingston: Institute of Jamaica Publications, 1993.


7.         Poverty, Empowerment and Social Development in the Caribbean. Kingston: UWI Canoe Press, 1997


8.         (With Brian Meeks) The Thought of New World: The Quest for Decolonisation. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2010.                   




C.        Published articles – several articles published since the late 1990s are available at


1.         Unemployment in Jamaica. Pamphlet No. 3, NWG, 1967; reprinted in N. Girvan and O. Jefferson (Eds.), Readings in the Political Economy of the Caribbean, pp. 267-278.


2.         "Regional Integration vs. Company Integration in the Utilization of Caribbean Bauxite", in S. Lewis and T. Matthews, (Eds.) Caribbean Integration:  Proceedings of the Third Caribbean Scholars Conference.  Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico:  Institute of Caribbean Studies, University of Puerto Rico, 1968, pp. 101-118.


3.         (With O. Jefferson)  "Corporate vs. Caribbean Integration", NWQ, 4,2, 1968, pp. 45-56; reprinted in N. Girvan and O. Jefferson (Eds.)  Readings in the Political Economy of the Caribbean, pp. 87-98; and in H. Bernstein (Ed.) Development and Underdevelopment:  The Third World Today, Middlesex:  Penguin Books, 1973, pp. 341-356; in Spanish in Desarrollo Economico, Buenos Aires, Oct.-Dec., 1967.


4.         (With E. A. Brown and H. Brown)  "Patterns of Consumption and possibilities for Change", Report on the Regional Conference on Devaluation.  ISER/UWI, 1968, PP. 109-130.


5.         "Making the Rules of the Game: Company-Country Agreements in the Bauxite Industry", Social and Economic Studies, 20,4 (December 1971). Available at


6.         "The Denationalization of Caribbean Bauxite:  Alcoa in Guyana", New World Quarterly 5,3 (1971), pp. 35-48.


7.         Bauxite: Why We Need to Nationalize, and How To Do It, New World Group, Pamphlet No. 6, 1971, pp. 24; reprinted in N. Girvan and O. Jefferson, (Eds.) Readings in the Political Economy of the Caribbean, pp. 217-240; and in The Review of Black Political Economy, New York, Fall, 1971.


8.         "The Guyana-Alcan Conflict and the Nationalization of Demba", New World Quarterly, 5,4 (1971); reprinted in R. Lewis and T. Munroe (Eds.) Readings in Government and Politics of the West Indies, ISER/UWI, 1971, pp. 225-232; and The Review of Black Political Economy, New York, Winter, 1971; and in Spanish in Estudios Internacionales, No. 19, July - September 1972.  Santiago, Chile.


9.         "The Question of Compensation: A Third World Perspective", Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 5,2 (Spring 1972) pp. 340-360.


10.       "Las Corporaciones Transnacionales del Cobre en Chile", in R. Ffrench-Davis (Ed.) El Cobre en el Desarrollo Nacional, Santiago, Chile, 1971, pp. 107-129.


11.       "Dependency Economics in Latin America and the Caribbean: Review and Comparison", Social and Economic Studies, 22,1 (March 1973) pp. 1-33; reprinted in Spanish in El Trimestre Economico; and in Estudios Internacionales University of Chile), No. 23; July - September 1973.


12.       "Expropriation and Compensation from a Third World Perspective", in R. B. Lillich (Ed.) Valuation III, Virginia, 1975, pp. 149-179. To be reprinted in Aaron Kamugisha (Ed.) Caribbean Political Thought: Theories of the Postcolonial State. Kingston: lan Randle Publishers, 2012.


13.       Aspects of the Political Economy of Race in the Caribbean and the Americas: A Preliminary Interpretation, Atlanta, Institute of the Black World Occasional Paper, 1975, pp. 16, reprinted as an ISER Working Paper, 1976.


14.       "Economic Nationalists vs. Multinational Corporations: Revolutionary or Evolutionary Change?", in S. Amin and C. Widstrand (Eds.) Multinational Firms in Africa, Dakar:  Institute for Development and Planning, and Uppsala; Scandinavian Institute of African Affairs, 1975, pp. 25-68; reprinted in H. Sklar (Ed.) Trilateralism; New York, 1978; also reprinted in Japanese.


15.       "Economic Nationalism", Daedalus, Fall, 1975; reprinted in R. Vernon (Ed.) The Oil Crisis, New York, 1976, pp. 145-158.


16.       "The Approach to Technology Policy Studies", Social and Economic Studies, 28, 1 (March 1979), pp. 1-53.


17.       "Every Case a Special Case?" Mazingira, No. 8 (1979), pp. 11-17.


18.       "Swallowing IMF Medicine in the `Seventies', Development Dialogue, 1980: 2, pp. 55-74.


19.       (With R. Bernal) "The IMF and the Foreclosure of Development  Options:  The Case of Jamaica", Development and Peace, 2,2 (Autumn 1981), pp. 137-150; also in Monthly Review, 1982; and in Spanish in El Caribe Contemporaneo, 5 (January-March 1981), Mexico.  Also reprinted in Chinese.


20.       "Notes on Technological Capability", CTPS II Working Paper No. 1 (1982), pp. 40


21.       "TNCs in a Changing World Economic Environment:  Issues for Research an Analysis", The CTC Reporter, No. 13 (Fall 1982).


22.       "Towards a New System:  Reform or Revolution?", in J. Torrie (Ed.) Banking on Poverty:  The Global Impact of the IMF and the World Bank, Toronto:  Between the Lines, 1983, pp. 303-310.


23.       (With M. Odle) "Le Role des Mulinacionales Dans l'Economie des Caraibes", Problemes D'Amerique Latine, Paris, No. 71 (ler Trimestre, 1984), pp. 46-67.


24.       "TNCs and the Implementation of the International Development Strategy", The CTC Reporter, No. 17, (Spring 1984).


25.       "The Jamaican Production Levy - A View of the Past, a Vision of the Future", The JBI Journal, 3,1 (1984), pp. 15-29.


26.       "Transnational Corporations and the Transfer of Technology", The CTC Reporter, No. 19, (Spring 1985).


27.       "Adjustment via Austerity: Is There an Alternative?", IFDA Dossier 45, (January/February 1985), pp. 45-54; reprinted in Development and Peace, 7,1 (Spring 1986) pp. 57-63.


28.       "Development Strategies in the Caribbean" in L. Gertler, K. Bennett, and K. Levitt (eds.)  Planning with People:  Human Ecology and Development in Canada and the Caribbean.  A Special number of Environments, 16,3, 1985.


29.       Prospects for Jamaica's Political Economy.  New York:  The Institute for Caribbean Education and Culture, 1985. pp. 24.


30.     "TNCs and transfer of technology to developing countries:  a brief review", The CTC Reporter, No. 21, (Spring 1986).


31.       "Notes on Jamaica's External Debt', in O. Davies (ed.) The Debt Problem in Jamaica:  Situation and Solutions.  Kingston:  Department of Economics, UWI, 1986


32.       "Crisis y Ajuste en la Economia Jamaiquina, 1973-1986", in Estrategias Para La Superacion de la Crisis Economica Dominicana, Santo Domingo, 1986.


33.       "Remarks at Panel Discussion on The Future of the Social Sciences", Barbados Economics Society Newsletter, No.9, February 1987.


34.       "Transnational Corporations and Non-fuel Primary Commodities in Developing Countries", World Development, 15, 5 May 1987.


35.       "Comment on Carrington, Baptiste and Eltis", Social and Economic Studies; 37, 1 & 2, March-June 1988.


36.       "C.Y. Thomas and the Poor and the Powerless:  The Limitations of Conventional Radicalism", Social and Economic Studies, 37, 4; December 1988.


37.       "The Political Economy of Race in the Americas:  The Historical Context of Garveyism", in Rupert Lewis and Patrick Bryan (eds.)  Garvey:  His Work and Impact, Mona: ISER and Department of Extra Mural Studies, 1988.


38.       "Notes on the Meaning and Significance of Development", in P. Mohammed and Catherine Shepherd (eds.); Gender and Caribbean Development.  University of the West Indies, Women and Development Studies Project, 1988.


39.       "Technology Policy and Planning", in Eduardo Martinez (ed.), Science and Technology in the Caribbean: Methods and Options.  Montevideo:  UNESCO/ECLAC, 1988.


40.       "Technological Change and the Caribbean: Formulating Strategic Responses", Social and Economic Studies; 38,2, June 1989.


41.           "Comment on C.Y. Thomas' `The Next Time Around: Radical Options in the Caribbean'", in George Beckford and Norman Girvan (eds.), Development in Suspense: Selected Papers and Proceedings of the First Conference of Caribbean Economists, Kingston:  Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and the Association of Caribbean Economists, 1989.


42.           Sir Arthur Lewis: A Personal Appreciation”, in Sir Arthur Lewis: The Simplicity of Genius. Barbados: Caribbean Studies Association; Issued on the occasion of the XIV Annual Conference, 23-26 May 1989; 19-26.



42.       (With Gillian Marcelle) "Overcoming Technological Dependency: The Case of Electric Arc (Jamaica) Ltd., A Small National Firm in a Small Developing Country", World Development, 18, 1 January 1990.


43.       "Foreword" in B. Ragoonath (ed.) Tribute to a Scholar: Appreciating C.L.R. James. St. Augustine, Trinidad:  Consortium Graduate School of Social Sciences, 1990.


44.       "Reflections on Regional Integration and Disintegration", in Judith Wedderburn (ed.), Integration and Participatory Development: A Selection of Papers from the Second Conference of Caribbean Economists. Jamaica: Association of Caribbean Economists in collaboration with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 1990.


45.       "Capital Exports and Arrested Development: Notes on the Debt Crisis and the Developing Countries", in H.W. Singer, Neelambar Haiti, and Ramaeshwar Tandon (eds.), Aid and External Financing in the 1990s. New Delhi: Indus Publishing Co., 1991.


46.       "Economics and the Environment in the Caribbean", in Norman P. Girvan and David A. Simmons (eds.), Caribbean Ecology and Economics. Barbados: Caribbean Conservation Association, 1991.


47.       "Rethinking Development: Out Loud", in Judith Wedderburn (ed.) Rethinking Development. Mona: Consortium Graduate School of Social Sciences, 1991.


48.       "Traditional Economic Thought and the Need for Change", in S. Francis-Hinds (ed.) Environment - The Message and the Media: A Caribbean Perspective. Barbados: Carimac/UWI and Caribbean Conservation Association, 1991.


49.       "Caribbean Integration: Rhetoric or Reality?" in Caribbean Labour Journal, 1,1; 1991; pp. 4-9.


50.       "Liberalisation and the Social Sector in Jamaica", in Caribbean Affairs, 5,2; April-June 1992.


51.       "Jamaica's Experience of Exchange Liberalization; A Preliminary Interpretation", in Regional Public Policy Symposium: Perspectives on Adjustment-Type Programmes and Economic Development in the Third World with Special Reference to the Caribbean; May 28-30, 1992. Port-of-Spain, Trinidad: MCT & Associates Ltd., 1993.


52.       "The Debt Problem of the Caribbean and Central America: An Overview", in Stanley Lalta and Marie Freckleton (eds.), Caribbean Economic Development: The First Generation. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 1993.


53.       "The Life and Work of D.T.M. Girvan" in Working together for Development: D.T.M. Girvan on Cooperative and Community Development, 1938-1968. Kingston: Institute of Jamaica Publications, 1993.


54.       "A Strategic Approach to Technology", in Jamaica: Preparing for the Twenty-First Century, Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publications, 1994.


55.       "Empowerment for Development: From Conditionality to Partnership", in JoMarie Greisgraber and Bernhard C. Gunter (eds.) Promoting Development: Effective Global Institutions in the Twenty-first Century. London:  Pluto Press with Center of Concern, 1995; 23-37.


56.       "Comments" in International Monetary and Financial Issues for the 1990s: Proceedings of a Conference sponsored by the Group of Twenty-Four on the occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Bretton Woods Conference.  New York: United Nations, 1994;  120-121; 309


57.       "George Beckford and Plantation Economy" in Kari Levitt and Michael Witter (eds.) The Critical Tradition of Caribbean Political Economy: The Legacy of George Beckford. Kingston, Jamaica, Ian Randle Publishers, 1996;  29-37.


58.       (With Kirk Meighoo). "Formación y desarrollo de capacidad en la interdisciplinariedad: la experiencia de la Consortium Graduate School para las Ciencias Sociales", in Danilo Antón and Isabel Izquierdo (eds.) Conocimiento Sin Barreras: Propuestas, Discusión y Síntesis. Ottawa; IDRC and Montevideo; Editorial Nordan-Communidad, 1996, pp 89-114.


59.       "Empowerment and Social Development: Theory and Practice", in Norman Girvan (ed.) Poverty, Empowerment and Social Development in the Caribbean. Mona: UWI Canoe Press, 1997, pp 79-100.


60.       (With Kirk Meighoo and Donneth Crooks) "Report on the Caribbean Symposium on Social Development", in Norman Girvan (ed.) Poverty, Empowerment and Social Development in the Caribbean. Mona: UWI Canoe Press, 1997, pp 1-19.


61.       “Caribbean Economic Integration Revisited”, in Lawrence Clarke and M. G. Zephrin (eds.), Towards a Caribbean Economy in the Twenty-First Century: Essays in Honour of William G. Demas. St. Augustine: Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies, 197; pp. 125-136.


62.            “Regulation of Telecommunications in Jamaica” in Ilka Lewington (ed.), Regulation International: London: Privatisation International, 1997; pp. 329-331.


63.            Reinterpreting Caribbean Development. Second Sir Arthur Lewis Memorial Lecture, Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, St John’s, Antigua, November 12, 1997; reprinted in Economic Theory and Development Options: The Sir Arthur Lewis Memorial Lectures, 1996-2005. Basseterre: Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2006; pp. 16-35.


64.            “Caribbean-Central American Relations and the FTAA”, in The Caribbean, Central America, and the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas. Kingston: FES, 1998.


65.            “Towards a Caribbean-Central American Strategic Alliance”, Pensamiento Propio, No. 7; May-August 1998; 65-87. Also in Spanish in same issue.


66.            “Cuba: Structural Adjustment with a Human Face?”, Pensamiento Propio, No. 7, 1998;  25-30. (Reprinted in Boletin de Economia, octubre-diciembre 1998, San Juan: Unidad de Investigaciones Economicas, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras).


67.            “Space for ACE?”, Marronage, No. 1, 1998; xi-xv.


68.             “Counter-Globalization”, South Letter, Volumes 1 & 2, 1999; 23-24.


69.            “Globalisation with a human face: review of the UNDP Human Development Report, 1999”. Third World Economics, 215, August 16-31, 1999; 11-12. 


70.            “Regulating international finance: a Perspective from the South”, in New Political Economy, Vol. 4, No. 3; November 1999; 415-419.


71.            “Reinterpreting the Caribbean”, in New Currents in Caribbean Thought, Brian Meeks and Folke Lindahl (eds.), Mona: UWI Press, 2001. Reprinted in Dennis Pantin (ed.) Caribbean Economy: A Reader. Kingston: Ian Randle Publications, 2005. Spanish version "Reinterpretar el Caribe", Revista Mexicana del Caribe, No. 7;  January 2000.


72.            "Children of Bolivar and Garvey", Pensamiento Propio 10, July-December 1999. Spanish version in same journal as "Hijos de Bolivar y Garvey".


73.            “Globalisation and Counter-Globalisation: The Caribbean in the Context of the South”, in Kenneth Hall and Denis Benn, eds.  Globalisation: A Calculus of Inequality. Perspectives from the South. Kingston, Ian Randle Publishers, 2000; 65-87. Reprinted in Globalization, Technology and Trade in the 21st Century: New World Order Series No. 19. Edited by Sir Hans Singer, Neelambar Hatti, and Ramseshwar Tandon. Delhi: B.T. Publishing Corporation, 2002: 1325-1350.


74.            “Creating and Recreating the Caribbean”, in Kenneth Hall and Dennis Benn, (eds.) Contending with Destiny. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2000; pp. 31-36


75.            “Out of what is lost grows something stronger”, (Feature Address) in The Cropper Foundation: Launch of the Foundation and a Celebration of Artists and Writing, September 1, 2000. Port of Spain: The Cropper Foundation, 2000


76.            “Respondiendo a los retos de la globalizacion: el caso de la Asociacion de Estados del Caribe”. Estudios Latinoamericanos; Ano VIII, Num. 15, enero-junio 2001; 113-120.


77.            “The State in the Third Millennium:  A Caribbean Perspective”, in Caribbean Journal of Public Sector Management. 2,2: May 2001


78.            “Reinventing CARICOM: A Question of Survival”, Review of Kenneth O. Hall (ed.) The Caribbean Community: Beyond Survival. In Social and Economic Studies, 50:2 (2001); 189-193. Reprinted in Integrationist: A Publication of the UWI – CARCIOM Project. Vol 1, No. 2; March 2002.


79.             “The FTAA’s Blank Areas”, Capitulos, (Caracas: SELA) 63:September-December 2001; 85-90.


80.            “Notes for a Retrospective on the Theory of Plantation Economy of Lloyd Best and Kari Polanyi Levitt”, in Marie-Claude Derne and Keith Nurse (eds.); Caribbean Economies and Global Restructuring: Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers for the Association of Caribbean Economists, 2002; 17-24.


81.            Caribbean Fanonism Revisited: A Note”, in Social and Economic Studies; Vo. 51, No. 1; March 2002; pp. 167-178.


82.            “The Association of Caribbean States (ACS) as a Cooperative Zone” in Ramesh Ramsaran, ed., Caribbean Survival and the Global Challenge. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2002; 212-219


83.             “Deconstructing Globalization: A Postscript to the Malaysia Seminar on Globalization and South-South Cooperation”, in South Centre High Level Policy Forum; Dead Sea Jordan, 14-15 January 2003. Geneva: South Centre, 2003: 57-65


84.            “Regional Cooperation and Economic Governance: the Case of the Association of Caribbean States”; in K. Hall and D. Benn, (eds.), Governance in the age of globalisation - National, regional and global dimensions, Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle publishers, 2003. pp. 535-554.


85.            “Agenda Setting and Regionalism in the Greater Caribbean: Responses to 9/11”, in Ivelaw Griffith (ed.) Caribbean Security in the Age of Terror: Challenge and Change, Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2004. pp. 310-333.


86.            “Foreword”, In German Arciniegas, Caribbean: Sea of the New World. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2004. pp. viii – xii.


87.            “Reflections on the CARICOM Single Market and Economy”, Keynote Address, SALISES 5th Annual Conference, March 31, 2004. Trinidad and Tobago Review, Vol. 26 No. 4; April 5, 2004; pp. 16-19. Also at


88.            “Michael Manley: A Personal Perspective”, in Mars, Perry and Alma H. Young (eds.) Caribbean Labor and Politics: Legacies of Cheddi Jagan and Michael Manley. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2004. pp. 3-9.


89.            Small Islands: A Threatened Species in a Globalised World”, Keynote Address, International Small Islands Studies Association, Kinmen Island (Quemoy), Taiwan, November 4, 2005; in Trinidad and Tobago Review, February 14, 2005; pp. 13-15. Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.


90.            “Reflections on the pursuit of conflict prevention in the Greater Caribbean”, Human Rights Tribune des droits humains, Volume 11, Nº 2; Spring 2005. Internet


91.            “Whither CSME?” Journal of Caribbean International Relations, No. 1, April 2005; pp. 13-32


92.            “Special and Differential Treatment: Provisions in CARICOM”, In OECD Global Forum on Trade. Special and Differential Treatment: Thinking Outside the Box. The Proceedings. 28-28 June 1989. Barbados. Paris: OECD, 2005. pp. 127-128. (Also at )


93.            The Search for Policy Autonomy in the Global South. Geneva: United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD), Overarching Concerns, Programme Paper Number 9, October 2005; also published as chapter 4 in Peter Utting (ed.) Reclaiming Development Agendas: Knowledge, Power and International Policy Making. Palgrave/ Macmillan, 2006; pp. 73-89.


94.    “Kari Polanyi Levitt and the Theory of Plantation Economy in Contemporary Perspective”, in Marguerite Mendell (ed.) Reclaiming Democracy: The Social Justice and Political Economy of Gregory Baum and Kari Polanyi Levitt.. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s, 2005; chapter 7, pp. 92-101.


95.            “Lewis for the 21st Century”, Social and Economic Studies, 54, 3; September 2005 Special Issue on Sir Arthur Lewis, Part 1; pp.10-25. Also in The Integrationist, Vol. 3, No. 1, June 2005; pp. 97-104. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers for the Caricom Secretariat.


96.            “W.A. Lewis, the Plantation School and Dependency: An Interpretation” ” Social and Economic Studies, 54, 3; September 2005; pp.198-221


97.            “From Single Market to Single Economy”, CSME Magazine, St. John’s, Antigua: Ministry of Finance and the Economy, Second Issue, 2006; pp. 30-37.


98.            “Mercado unico del CARICOM”, Contrapunto, Ano I, No. 4, Abril/Junio 2006; pp. 76-90


99.            “Lessons from the Struggle for a New International Technology Order”, Canadian Journal of International Studies, Vol. XXVII, No. 1; 2006; pp. 83-94. Based on 2nd Annual Surendra Patel Lecture delivered at St Mary’s University, Halifax, Canada. (Also to be published as a South Centre Paper in English, Spanish and French.)


100.         “Comment”, in Poverty in Trinidad and Tobago: Caribbean Dialogue, Vol. 9, No. 4, October-December 2004; pp.  59-60


101.         “Production Integration: A Critical Perspective”, in Dennis Benn and Kenneth Hall, eds., Production Integration in CARICOM: From Theory to Action. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2006; pp. 8-29


102.         Caribbean Dependency Thought Revisited”, Canadian Journal of International Studies, Vol. XXVII, No. 3; 2006; pp. 327-350.


103.         “My Perception of the World of the 21st Century”, Journal of Caribbean International Relations; No. 2, Oct. 2006, pp. 149-153


104.         “The Single Market and UWI Graduates”, The Pelican: A Magazine of the University of the West Indies, Issue 1, July – December 2006, pp. 18-19.


105.         “Size and Trade Tax Dependence: A Comment”, PEP-IDB Policy Forum on Trade and Poverty, Lima, June 11, 2007. Available at



106.         Towards a Single Development Vision and the Role of the Single Economy (in collaboration with the CARICOM Secretariat and the Task Force on the CSME). Approved by the 28th CARICOM Heads of Government Conference, July 2007. Available at



107.         Power Imbalances and Development Knowledge. Paper prepared for North-South Institute Project in Reform of the International Development Architecture, September, 2007. Available at



108.         “Home Grown Solutions and Ownership”. Prepared for OECD Development Forum, Workshop on Ownership in Practice, Paris, 27 September, 2007. Available at


109.         “Learning to Integrate: The Experience of Monitoring the CARICOM Single Market and Economy”, in De Lombaerde, Philippe; Antoni Estevadeordal and Kati Suominen (Eds.) Governing Regional Integration for Development: Monitoring Experiences, Methods and Prospects. Ashgate: 2008. Chapter 3, pp. 31-56.


110.         “The Effect of the Economic Partnership on the CSME: The Fork in the Road”, Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies, SALISES, U.W.I., Cave Hill, Barbados; 33, 2; June 2008, Pp. 45-69.


111.         “A Single Development Vision”, in Kenneth Hall and Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang (eds.), The Caribbean Community In Transition: Functional Cooperation As A Catalyst For Change. Kingston: Ian Randle Publications, 2008; 27-44. Reprinted in  Hall, Kenneth O. And Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang (Eds.) Regional Integration: Key to Caribbean Survival and Prosperity. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2012; Chapter Eight, pp. 205-235.


112.         “Cariforum-European Commission Economic Partnership Agreement: The Lessons Learned”, in Winston Dookeran and Akhil Malaki (eds.) Leadership and Governance in Small States: Getting Development Right. Saarbrucken, Germany: 2008, 61-79.


113.         “Implications of the EPA for the CSME”, Social and Economic Studies, 58:2; (June 2009) 91-127.


114.          “La Comunidad del Caribe se encuentra con La Europa Global. Las Implicaciones del Acuerdo de la Asociacion Economica entre el Cariforum y la Union Europea”, in Alfredo Guerra-Borges (ed.) Fin de Epoca: De La Integracion Tradiconal al Regionalismo Estrategico. Mexico: Siglo XXI, 2009; Ch. XI; 329-351. Original English in the same volume;  “The Caribbean Community encounters ‘Global Europe’: Implications of the Economic Partnership Agreements between Cariforum and the EU”; 352-382. Available at


115.         “Some Lessons of the CARIFORUM-EU EPA” Trade Negotiations Insights, Vol. 8, No. 8 (October 2009)


116.         “Sir Arthur Lewis—A Man of His Time; and Ahead of His Time”, Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies, 34, 4; (December 2009); 82-99.



117.         “Technification, Sweetification, Treatyfication: Politics of the Caribbean-EU Economic Partnership Agreement”. Interventions Vol. 12(1) 100-111. (2010). Longer version available at



118.         “ALBA, PETROCARIBE and CARICOM: Issues in a New Dynamic”, in Hall, Kenneth O. And Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang (Eds.) CARICOM: Policy Options for International Engagement. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers; 218-234 (2010); also in Clem, Ralph S. and Anthony P. Maingot (Eds.), Venezuela’s Petro-Diplomacy: Hugo Chavez’s Foreign Policy. University Press of Florida, 2010, Chapter 8, pp. 116-134. Reprinted in Hall, Kenneth O. And Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang (Eds.) Caribbean Community: The Struggle for Survival. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers; 2012; 246-266.  (Available on-line at ) 


119.         "Caribbean Community: The Elusive Quest for Economic Integration', Chapter 9 in Alleyne, Frank; Denny Lewis-Bynoe and Xiomara Arcibald (Eds.)  Growth and Development Strategies in the Caribbean. Barbados: Caribbean Development Bank, 2010; 199-218. Reprinted in  Hall, Kenneth O. And Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang (Eds.) Regional Integration: Key to Caribbean Survival and Prosperity. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2012; Chapter Three; pp. 34-67. In Spanish as “Comunidad del Caribe: Una Integración Difícil de Alcanzar”, in Alfredo Guerra-Borges (ed.) Panorama actual de la integración latinoamericana y caribeña. México: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas, 2012; pp. 83-124. English version available at


120.         “Is ALBA a new model of integration? Reflections on the CARICOM experience”
International Journal of Cuban Studies, Vol.
3, Nos. 2 & 3; (Summer/Autumn 2011); 157-180


121.         “Existential Threats in the Caribbean: Democratising Poltics, Regionalising Governance”,in  Hall, Kenneth O. And Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang (Eds.) Caribbean Community: The Struggle for Survival. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers; 2012; 432-454. Available at


122.         (With Lou Anne Barclay) “Transnational Restructuring and the Jamaican Bauxite Industry”, forthcoming book chapter in Espen Storli, Mats Ingulstad, Robin Gendron (eds). Bauxite, State, and Society in the 20th Century.  Prospective publisher: University of British Columbia Press. Available at .


123.         “Social Movements Confront Neoliberalism: Reflections on a Caribbean Experience”, Forthcoming in Globalizations, 9:6 (December 2012).







IDRC   - International Development Research Centre

ISER    - Institute of Social and Economic Research (Mona, Jamaica)

UWI    - University of the West Indies

SES     - Social and Economic Studies

NWG   - New World Group, Ltd. (Mona, Jamaica)

NWQ   - New World Quarterly (Mona, Jamaica)


D.        Unpublished papers and reports


1.         (With C. Campbell) Arrangements for the Transfer of Technology to Development Countries:  A Case Study of Jamaica.  Prepared for the United Nations Division of Public Finance and Financial Institutions, 1974, pp. 52.


2.         (With  R. S. Browne) Africanization of Personnel in the Mining Industry of Selected African Nations, Prepared for the Black Economic Research Center, New York, 1974, pp. 192.


3.         (With N. Clarke)  OVPP Evaluation of the IDRC/SPRU Training Programme, Prepared for the International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada, 1979, pp. 95


4.         "Transnational Corporations and Third World Industrialization:  An Overview", paper presented to the Roundtable on Industrial Cooperation among Developing Countries, Institute for Developing Economies, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, September 1982.


5.         "The Impact of Caribbean Economic Thought on Development Policy", paper presented to the 21st Anniversary Seminar of the Faculty of Social Sciences, UWI, Mona, Jamaica, March 20-25, 1983.


6.         "A Note on African Relations with the IMF", prepared for the Council of the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), 6 May 1983, pp. 11


7.         Technology Imports and the Development of Caribbean Capabilities, prepared for the Caribbean Technology Studies Project Phase 11, June 1983, pp. 47


8.         "Technology, Development and the Caribbean", Globus Lecture delivered at City College of New York, April 1984, pp. 15.


9.         "The Case for Technology Import Controls in Caricom States", paper presented to the Seminar on Technology Imports and Technology Policy organized by the Central bank of Trinidad and Tobago , Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, April 3-4, 1985, pp. 24.


10.       Transnational Corporations and Technology Transfer: Effects and Policy Issues, Study prepared for the United Nationals Centre on Transnational Corporations, 21 May 1985, pp. 184.


11.       Transnational Corporations and Non-Fuel Primary Commodities in Developing Countries, Study Prepared for the United Nations Centre on Transnational Corporations, July 1985, pp. 134.


12.       "The International Division of Labour and Free Trade Zones", paper presented to the Workshop on Female Labour in the Kingston Free Zone, October 1986.


14.       "Submission on Science and Technology for the Five Year Development Plan", prepared for the Task Force on Science and Technology for the Five Year Development Plan, Kingston, October 1989.


15.       "Is 'Development' becoming a dirty word?". Prepared for the NGO//CUSO Consultation, Kingston, January 1990.


16.       "The National Conservation Strategy: A Political Economy Perspective", Prepared for the Workshop/Consultation on Jamaica's National Conservation Strategy, Kingston, April 1990.


17.       "Economics and the Environment in the Caribbean: The Case for a Marriage", prepared for the conference on the Public Policy Implications of Sustainable Development in the Caribbean Region, Kingston, May 1990.


18.       "Information Technology and National Development" Feature Address at the Annual Convention of the Jamaica computer Society, October 1991.


19.       "Towards a National Science and Technology Policy"; Notes prepared for the National Science and Technology Conference, Kingston, November 1991.


20.       "Towards a Faculty Programme of Research and Graduate Training", presentation to Faculty of Social Sciences Seminar, Mona, April 1992.


21.       "The Port-of-Spain Consensus and the Port-of-Spain Accord: The Terms of a Marriage", prepared for the CEHI/CFTC Workshop on Managing the Caribbean Environment, St. Lucia, April 1992.


22.       "A Comment on Time for Action: The Report of the Independent West Indian Commission, prepared for CGS/ISER/FES Symposium, Mona, October 1992.


23.       (With Gillian Marcelle)  Sources and Applications of Information Technology in the Caribbean.  A study prepared for the ISER Future of the Caribbean Project, April 1993.


24.       (With Wendel Samuel, Ian Boxill, and Judy Whitehead) Framework, Areas and Support Measures for Production Integration in Caricom.  A study prepared for the Caricom Secretariat, August 1993.


25.       Information Technology for Small & Medium Enterprises in Small Open Economies: Issues for Policy Research.  Report prepared for the IDRC, January 1994.


26.       Science and Technology Cooperation: An Agenda 2000 for the South, Report Prepared for the South Centre, March 1994.


27.       "The Consortium Graduate School of Social Sciences: An Experiment That Succeeded", Consortium Graduate School, May 1994.


28.       “Exclusion, Learning, and Information Technology: Some Lessons from the Caribbean”, presented to the UNUINTECH Workshop on The Information Revolution and Economic and Social Exclusion in Developing Countries, Maastricht, The Netherlands, October, 1996


29.       “Community Development in Jamaica: The Early Experience”. Public Lecture, Castries Public Library, St. Lucia, March 1997.


30.       “The Caribbean and Haiti”. Public Lecture, University, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, March 1997.


31.       “ICTs and SMEs: A Comment”. Global Knowledge 97 Conference, Toronto, June 1997.


32.       “Access vs Capabilities in the Transfer of Information Technology”. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, July 1997.


33.  “The Information Revolution and Developing Countries”. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, Workshop on Information Systems, August 1997.


34.  Treatment of Asymmetries: A Review of the Issues. Report prepared on behalf of the ECLAC Office for the Caribbean for the Summit of Heads of State of the Rio Group, January, 2007.