Now Available | Caribbean Trade, Integration and Development Selected Papers and Speeches of Alister Mcintyre Volume 2: Aspects of Human Resources Development and Higher Education edited by Andrew S. Downes, Compton Bourne, M. Arnold McIntyre and Rosalie O’Meally

“The papers in these volumes inevitably chart the course of Sir Alister’s professional life and . . . I marvel at the prodigious output’ of his intellectual journey.”

–Sir Shridath Ramphal, former Chancellor of the University of the West Indies, Commonwealth Secretary General, Chairman of the West Indian Commission and Director-General of the Caribbean Regional Negotiating Machinery.

“Sir Alister’s deep interest such as human resource development, education, training and the capacity to deal with the challenges of change in the 21st century, are all deftly addressed in his many contributions to scholarship.”

“What distinguished McIntyre from many of his colleagues was not only the technical brilliance of his writing on trade and economics, but his equally perceptive understanding of the role of human resources in the building of a sustainable livelihood in small developing states. These papers reflect the vision of one who was committed to creating an economic space to facilitate the movement of economic factors, goods, services skills and human resources.”

–The Most Honourable Professor Sir Kenneth Hall, Former Principal and Pro Vice-Chancellor, University of the West Indies, Mona Campus.

ANDREW S. DOWNES is Professor Emeritus of Economics, former Pro Vice-Chancellor (Planning and Development) and Director, Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies, The University of the West Indies.

COMPTON BOURNE is Professor Emeritus of Economics, The University of the West Indies, former President, Caribbean Development Bank, former Campus Principal (St Augustine) and Pro Vice-Chancellor, The University of the West Indies.

M. ARNOLD McINTYRE Deputy Division Chief, Western Hemisphere Department, International Monetary Fund, former Trade Analyst and Policy Advisor at the following regional institutions: Caribbean Development Bank, Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, CARICOM Export Development Agency and the Caribbean Regional Negotiation Machinery (now designated the Office of Trade Negotiations, CARICOM).

ROSALIE O’MEALLY is former Director, Office of the Vice-Chancellor, The University of the West Indies, former Project Director, Caribbean Regional Negotiating Machinery.

Paperback ISBN (Vol. 2) 978-976-653-036-5
ePub ISBN (Vol. 2) 978-976-653-037-2
160pp 7 x 10
US$60.00 (S) Paper
Rights: Worldwide

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