Articles in 'Economic Policy'

THE DAMNED

As we see it, the national bourgeoisie of certain under-developed countries has learned nothing from books. If they had looked closer at the Latin Ameri­can countries they doubtless would have recognised the dangers which threaten them. We may thus conclude...

  • Fear of  "confronting" the colonial economy has been one of the many stumbling blocks which retarded the development of a...

  • REVIEWS: CUBAN MODEL

    The Economic Transformation of Cuba, by Edward Boorstein, (New York and London: Monthly Review Press, 1968) pp. X, 303 $7.95....

  • "In Western economies, all industry is national in the sense that it is to the largest extent controlled by and...

  • INTRODUCTION This article aims to look at some aspects of economic developments in Trinidad and Tobago in the post-war era....

  • This paper aims at sketching in broad outline the development of the Jamaican economy during the post-war period and assessing...

  • St. Vincent is in a condition of political normlessness. The country has been devastated by partisan politics for the last...

  • This is an extract from a paper given to the Socialist Scholars' Conference in New York on September 11, 1966....

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