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Trinidad and Tobago and Governance

Trinidad and Tobago
  • Capital: Port of Spain
  • Population: 1328019
  • Size: 5128.0 Km2

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Perspectives from civil society on the millennium development goals and post-2015 agenda: focus on small states and vulnerability
L. Murray / Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre 2013
The interconnectedness of the Millennium Development Goals mean that lack of progress in one area can undermine gains in another. In 2012 the Commonwealth Foundation, in partnership with the United Nations Millennium Campaign, ...
How effective are electricity regulatory bodies in Latin America?
L. Andres; J.L. Guasch; M. Diop / World Bank 2007
This paper focuses on an evaluation and benchmarking of the governance of regulatory agencies in the electricity sector in Latin American Countries. The authors develop an index of regulatory governance and rank all the agencies in th...
Can the EITI Board persuade more countries to endorse EITI?
T. Leipprand; P. Rusch / John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University 2007
This report examines the benefits that a resource-rich country can derive from endorsing the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) and implementing its Principles. It also searches for courses of action that the EITI Bo...
Social protection of employees in Barbados, Trinidad/Tobago and Venezuela
S. Freije; P. Monteferrante 2002
This study aims to evaluate the degree of poverty and lack of social protection of informal workers in three of the region’s countries: Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, and Venezuela. It recommends mechanisms for broadening social ...
Post trade liberalization policy and institutional challenges in Latin America and the Caribbean
Sarath Rajapatirana / Policy Research Working Papers, World Bank 1995
To maintain liberal trade and advance the agenda for more open trade, economic policy must prevent external shocks from becoming crises --- and protection must remain uniform among sectors. Trade policy making institutions must be abl...
The Caribbean Region: A Review on World Bank Assistance
Operations Evaluations Division, World Bank 1994
The small island economies of the Caribbean pose conceptual and operational questions for the Bank—foremost, how can it assist these countries' development efforts in a cost-effective way? In response to a request from the Bank's...
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