5 edition of The Political Economy of Small Tropical Islands found in the catalog.
by University of Exeter Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||247|
The compassionate, hard-working, democratic population of billion Tropical Oceanians enjoy a sensible mix of personal and economic freedoms, while the political process is open and the people's right to vote held sacrosanct. The relatively small, outspoken government juggles the competing demands of Education, Environment, and Administration. 'This collection of case studies is the first systematic effort to unpack the political economy of reform in the Pacific. It is timely, wide-ranging, and rich in insight.' - Professor Stephen Howes, Director, Development Policy Centre and Director, International and Development Economics Program, Crawford School of Economics and Government, Australian National UniversityCited by:
The development experiences of small islands can be further disaggregated by political status. Many studies have found that politically dependent small islands outperform their sovereign counterparts (Armstrong and Read, , Bertram, a, Bertram, b, McElroy and Mahoney, , McElroy and Pearce, , McElroy and Sanborn, ).Cited by: 8. In brief. Manasseh Sogavare was elected prime minister in April , but we do not expect him to serve a full four-year term. China's growing influence in the Solomon Islands was shown when the latter switched diplomatic recognition from Taiwan to China in September , a move that will pave the way for greater Chinese investment.
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By engaging with the empirical reality of the Caribbean, his study sheds light on a range of wider debates relating to development, indigenous thought, post-colonial sovereignty, small states, and the contemporary evolution of the global political : Hardcover. The Out Islands are the islands that make up the Bahamas with the exception of New Providence Island, where the capital and largest city, Nassau, is located and Grand Bahama Island, where Freeport is located.
The Abaco Islands and Eleuthera islands are among the Out Islands. The Out Islands are also referred to as the Family Islands, a term adopted in the nates: 25°01′33″N 78°02′09″W / °N.
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Introducing a volume on the political economy of small tropical islands, David Lowenthal has maintained that the stereotype of islands connoting smallness holds some truth: ‘most islands are relatively small.
Islands and island groups make up the great majority of the world’s small states, and all but. Political Economy is an introduction to economics for the university student and general reader. The focus, in common with other such texts, is on political economy.
Economics arose in response to questions of political interest about national economy; and though economics has since found other applications as well, its vitality and development continue to stem from this central by: Small states, often island or enclaves, frequently make news headlines because of their economic or political instabilities: the ‘failed state’ of the Solomon Islands, the imminent collapse of.
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book ii, chapter xvii the manufacturing power and the personal, social, and political productive powers of the nation. The Political Economy of Small Tropical Islands: The Importance of Being Small.
Exeter, United Kingdom: University of Exeter Press, HMSO: Exchange of notes between His Majesties Government in the United Kingdom and the United States Government regarding the Administration of the islands of Canton and Enderbury.
Washington April 6th Author: Dirk Spennemann. The Resourcefulness of Jurisdiction Edited by Godfrey Baldacchino and David Milne Non-Fiction, Pages, Hardcover This book focuses on the experience of six North Atlantic, cold-water islands boasting distinct constitutional arrangements.
Small islands often enjoy a distinct juridical personality. Many, whether fully sovereign or not, successfully deploy this "gift of jurisdiction" to economic advantage, offsetting the potentially adverse effects of smallness, isolation and peripherality.
Small Island Economies: Vulnerabilities and Opportunities1 Prepared by Isolina Boto (Head of CTA Brussels Office) Context of the Small Islands Development States A more recent definition of a ‘small economy’ relates to trade issues.
It is the ‘share of world trade’, asFile Size: 1MB. The project is set within the context of the recent global interest in understanding the political economy of economic reform in developing countries. It confirms many of the conclusions that have been drawn from that research and provides additional insights on the political economy challenges of economic by: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DEFORESTATION IN THE TROPICS Robin Burgess, LSE Matthew Hansen, University of Maryland Benjamin A.
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The Azores (Portuguese: Açores) is an archipelago of nine volcanic islands in the North Atlantic Ocean; they are about 1, km ( mi) west of Lisbon and about 1, km (1, mi) southeast of islands, and their Exclusive Economic Zone, form the Autonomous Region of the Azores, one of the two autonomous regions of Portugal.
There are nine major Azores islands and Country: Portugal. Only a small proportion of the total land area is arable and, outside New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, is devoted mostly to the cultivation of coconut and cassava. Most of the larger islands also support some livestock.
As much as two-thirds of the Pacific Islands’ total land area is forested. Most of the islands are poor in mineral resources. The 26 atolls of the Maldives are composed of 1, small coral islands. The island chain extends north-south for approximately km ( mi).
The Maldives are the exposed top of a long, narrow submarine ridge whose average height is 1 to 2 m (3 to 6 ft) above sea level.Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Political Economy Books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.Book Description: The Pacific is the last major world region to be discovered by humans.
Although small in total land area, its numerous islands and archipelagoes with their startlingly diverse habitats and biotas, extend across a third of the globe.