Annual Monetary Studies Conference

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An Early Warning Model of Financial Stress for the ECCU.

  • Allister Hodge
2019

Paper

Whence the twain shall meet: Weathering over tourism and climate change in small island tourism economies. 

  • Ryan R. Peterson
2019

Paper

Too Small to Fail: An Analysis of the Potential Use of Public and Private Insurance to Recover from Natural Disasters in The Caribbean.

  • Alwyn Jordan
  • Le’Annka Rigby
2019

Paper

An Assessment of Equity Market Volatility Spillovers: Evidence from the USA and the Caribbean.

  • Sherene Bailey
  • Jermaine Samuels
2019

Paper

The impact of Government Spending on Unemployment in Trinidad and Tobago.

  • Andell Nelson
2019

Paper

Reorienting the Region: Building on Blockchain for Caribbean Integration and Development.

  • Sade N. Jemmott
2019

Paper

Energy Resilience in the Caribbean. 

  • Ade Samuel
  • Wendell Samuel
2019

Paper 

A hedonic regression analysis of House asking-prices in Aruba.

  • Leo de Haan
  • Stephanie Werleman
2019

Paper

Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Tourism in the Caribbean. 

  • Colin Cannonier
  • Monica Burke
2019

Paper

41st Annual Monetary Studies Conference (2019) – Programme. 

2019

Programme

The Importance of Disaster Risk Financing in Advancing Economic Growth, Innovation and Development in Small Island Developing States- The case of CCRIF SPC. 

  • The Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility
2019

Paper

The Impact of Remittances on the Real Exchange Rate: Evidence from Haiti. 

  • Dudley Augustin
  • Carl-Henri Prophete
2019

Paper

Caribbean Financial Integration 

  • R. DeLisle Worrell
  • Julia Jhinkoo-Ramdass
2019

Paper

Is Procyclical Fiscal Spending Peculiar to ORDC’s? 

  • Jaymieon Jagessar
  • Roger Hosein
  • Regan Deonanan
2019

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Bracing for the next IRMA: Hurricane Impacts on the ECCU Banking Sector.

  • Kamilah J. Anderson-Rodgers
2019

Paper

Does Bank Competition Reduce Cost of Credit? Evidence from Jamaica.

  • Shadae Montgomery
  • Lisa-Kaye Wallace
2019

Paper

Macroeconomic Indicators and Wellbeing/Wellness Indicators: Is there a strong link?

  • Nlandu Mamingi
2019

Paper

Dynamic effects of terms of trade shocks in Suriname: the role of exchange rate. 

  • Nancy Ong-A-Kwie-Jurgens
  • Daniella Wondel
2019

Paper

Poverty and Hurricane Risk Exposure in Jamaica.

  • Nekeisha Spencer
  • Eric Strobl
2019

Paper

Hurricane Loses and Government Debt: Evidence from the Eastern Caribbean. 

  • Preeya S. Mohan
  • Eric Strobl
2019

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