Annual Monetary Studies Conference

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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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Throwing Darts and Missing the Bullseye: Fiscal and Debt Sustainability in Open Economies

  • Colin Constantine
2021

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Optimal Foreign Exchange Reserves in Small Open Economies: The Case of the Caribbean

  • Dave Seerattan
2021

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A Policy Model for Stabilisation and Growth in the Small Open Economy (SOE)

  • DeLisle Worrell
2021

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The impact of the Coronavirus 2019 on Debt Sustainability and the Policy Implications for the Borrowing Member Countries

  • Ian Durant
  • Dindial Ramrattan
  • Jaron Boyce
  • Ronald James
  • Sonia Hampden
2021

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How does Fiscal Rules impact investments for Small Open Economies 

  • Keisha N. Blades
  • Ankie Scott-Joseph
2021

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The Twin Deficits Hypothesis: A Theoretical Phantasm or Realistic Construct?

  • Kester Thompson
  • Andell Nelson
  • Lauren Sonnylal
2021

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Reducing the Current Account Deficit in Barbados

  • Michael Brei
2021

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Estimating the Liquidity-Profitability Frontier: The Credit Union Perspective

  • Melissa Burrowes
  • Terrel Howard
  • Kester Guy
2021

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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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42nd 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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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

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

  • Shadae Montgomery
  • Lisa-Kaye Wallace
2019

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

  • Nlandu Mamingi
2019

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

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

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