Annual Monetary Studies Conference

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Too Small to See but Too Painful to Ignore: Regulatory Solutions to Sudden Stop in Cash Flow in SMEs Caused by the COVID-19

  • Ankie Scott-Joseph
2022

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53rd Annual Monetary Studies Conference - Programme 

2022

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Examining The Role of Fiscal and Monetary Policies In Climate Change in Trinidad and Tobago: The Effects of These Policies on Carbon Dioxide Emissions

  • Andell Nelson
  • Avinash Ramlogan
2022

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Financial Inclusion and The Central Bank Digital Currency in The Bahamas

  • Allan Wright
  • Shavonne C. McKenzie
  • Lance R. Bodie
  • Carlisa L. Belle
2022

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Global Warming in The Bahamas 

  • Allan Wright
  • Nathan Rolle
  • Antoine Clarke
2022

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Fiscal Oil Dominance and the Finance Resource Curse: The Paradoxes of Plenty and Banking

  • Collin Constantine
2022

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Rebuilding Policy Space Post COVID-19: Opportunities for Increasing the Financial Space for Sustainable Development 

  • Dillion Alleyne
2022

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Modelling the Small Open Economy with Price-Taker Rigidity 

  • Desmond Thomas
2022

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The Impact of COVID-19 in Central America and the Caribbean- Evidence to date 

  • DeLisle Worrell
2022

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Investigating Market Risk and Portfolio Optimization of Caribbean Markets and Cryptocurrencies During the Pandemic 

  • Gabreila Persad
  • Lester Henry
  • Winston Moore
  • Christopher Kinch
2022

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Exploring the Nexus between Labour Force Participation and Potential Output: Evidence from Trinidad and Tobago 

  • Lauren Sonnylal
  • Karen A. Roopnarine
  • Timothy Woolford
2022

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Inflation Dynamics and Quantitative Easing 

  • Tarron Khemraj
  • Sherry Yu
2022

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Harnessing Distributed Solar Energy to Reduce Belize’s Dependence on Imported Energy: A Preliminary Review of Solar’s Potential 

  • Candice Soutar
  • Ian Cawich
2022

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The Interaction of Monetary and Fiscal Policy: Evidence from Belize

  • Rumile Arana
  • Candice Soutar
2021

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Expanding the Central Bank’s Tool Kit: Monetary Policy in light of the COVID-19 Crisis

  • Winston Moore
  • Shekira Thompson
2021

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52nd Annual Monetary Studies Conference (2021) - Programme 

2021

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Dominant Currency and Exchange Market Pressure

  • Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan
  • Tarron Khemraj
2021

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Conceptualising an Integrated Policy Framework for Trinidad and Tobago: Initial Considerations

  • Avinash Ramlogan
  • Chantal Garcia-Singh
  • Yannick Melville
  • Kester Thompson
  • Tanisha Mitchell
2021

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Housing and Fiscal Policies in The Bahamas

  • Allan Wright
  • Sharon Branch
  • Latera Carey-McPhee
2021

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Assessing the Effectiveness of Jamaica’s Growth Enhancing Reforms 

  • Brooke-Anne Bowen
  • Dwayne Salmon
  • Donya Brown
  • Prudence Serju-Thomas
2021

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