How Caribbean Political Leaders Successfully Managed Needed Economic Entrepreneurial and Social Adjustments, 1981-1995: The Importance of Understanding All the Factors Affecting Change

Author: Taylor, Kenwyn M.
Year:2011
Pages:516
ISBN:0-7734-1525-4
978-0-7734-1525-6
Price:299.95
This work argues that when leaders are aware of the interaction of leadership, social entrepreneurship, and economic management, they are more likely to succeed when guiding Caribbean countries from economic crisis to recovery.

Reviews

“…the Commonwealth Caribbean is once more choosing to turn to the International Monetary Fund for help in coping with renewed economic difficulties. In that context in particular…publication of this excellent piece of public policy and political economy research and commend it to everyone interested in reading a balanced and thorough account of the region's previous encounters with the phenomenon of structural adjustment.”-Prof. Anthony Payne, University of Sheffield

“His language and style of writing are excellent and conveys the intent of how the program was managed given all the difficulties in the environment. The conclusion caps the discussion with statements which undoubtedly are the result of the well-reasoned arguments put forward in the thesis.” -Prof. Ann Marie Bissessar, University of the West Indies

Table of Contents

List of Figures

List of Tables

Foreword

Acknowledgements

Abstract

Introduction

Chapter 1 Politics and the Economy during the 1970's

Chapter 2 Literature Review

Chapter 3 Creating the Environment for Structural
Adjustment: The Social Entrepreneurial Challenge

Chapter 4 Leadership and Structural Adjustment

Chapter 5 The Economic Management of Structural Adjustment

Chapter 6 Political Management Performance: Leadership, Social Entrepreneurship and Economic Management

Chapter 7 Conclusion

Appendices

Bibliography

Index