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Professor Don Marshall participated at the 9th Latin America and Caribbean Conference on Social Sciences

Professor Don Marshall participated on the panel ‘Understanding reality, designing policies: the role of the Social Sciences in addressing the aftermath of the pandemic’ at the 9th Latin America and...

Caribbean Court of Justice driving regional integration, says political scientist

Since the inception of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the appellate court has heard 232 cases of various types from the four countries, Dominica, Barbados, Guyana, and Belize, and 33 cases had been...

SALISES visited the Bishop Anstey High School (St Hilary's) to thank the students and teachers who participated in SALISES Sixth Formers' Webinar on the Life and Work of Sir Arthur Lewis

SALISES visited the Bishop Anstey High School (St Hilary's) to thank the students and teachers who participated in SALISES Sixth Formers' Webinar on the Life and Work of Sir Arthur Lewis. Dr. Godfrey St....

Poverty and disability linked says UWI scholar

Facing the possibility of a global recession, rising food prices and an ageing population, a scholar at the University of the West Indies, Dr Bephyer Parey wants more to be done to protect the disabled...

Congratulations to Dr. Dacia Leslie on the release of co-edited book - Critical Caribbean Perspectives on Preventing Gender-based Violence

Book Description

This book explores the widespread problem of gender-based violence in the Anglophone Caribbean, exploring reasons for its perpetuation and proposing viable policy...

Sir Arthur Lewis Virtual Distinguished Lecture (Lecture and recording)

Sir Arthur Lewis Virtual Distinguished Lecture: Sustained Economic Recovery Post-Pandemic - The Lewis Model, presented by CARICOM Secretary-General Dr Carla Barnett (...

Seeking sustained economic recovery in CARICOM

The Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALESIS) hosted its distinguished lecture on Tuesday, April 26, which was delivered by CARICOM Secretary General Dr Carla Barnett. Her topic...

Bernal sees scope for remittances, hospitality investment but bearish on exports

Bernal sees scope for remittances, hospitality investment but bearish on exports

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Recent publications from Ambassador Richard L. Bernal

Recent publications from Ambassador Richard L. Bernal, Professor of Practice, Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies at the University of the West Indies, Mona.

  1. “Does Fidel...

Ambassador Richard Bernal, giving his address during the commemorative activities for Commonwealth Day 2022

President of the Royal Commonwealth Society, Jamaica chapter, Ambassador Richard Bernal, giving his address during the commemorative activities for Commonwealth Day 2022  celebrated on March 14, in  a...

Condolences to the family and friends of the late Professor Selwyn Ryan

The SALISES Family would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the late Professor Selwyn Ryan, former Director of SALISES, St. Augustine.
Professor Ryan passed away on...

Congratulations to Jovan Johnson

Congratualtions to Jovan Johnson, SALISES Alumnus on winning Journalist of the Year, 2021. We at SALISES are extremely proud of you and would like to wish you continued success. Keep up the great work you...

Congratulations to Keenan Falconer

Congratualtions to Keenan Falconer, SALISES Alumnus. Recipient of the Prime Minister's National Youth Awards for Excellence in Academics, 2021. We at SALISES are extremely proud of you and want to send our...

SALISES Policy Brief Issue 4 - January 2022

SALISES Policy Brief Issue 4 entitled "Rural Development and Rural Non-Farm Enterprise Interventions in Jamaica: Policy Lessons from Three Case Studies" now available online....

Recent publication from Professor Aldrie Henry-Lee

Congratulations to Professor Aldrie Henry-Lee on her recently published book chapter entitled "The COVID-19 Pandemic - Childhood Inequalities Unmasked in the Caribbean."

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SES Journal Book Sale

Social and Economic Studies Journal Book Sale. 30% OFF selected hard copies in Store. Final Sale Price - JA$1,750. February 3-28, 2022 at Publications Unit, SALISES, 6 Ring Road, UWI Mona,...

Apply now SALISES MSc Development Statistics programme

Statistics tell a story of who we are. They provide a foundation for impacting decisions geared towards improving our future well-being. This programme provides practical, advanced training in the...

Interview with Dr. Arlene Bailey on Socioeconomic Impact Assessment (SEIA) study on Jamaica

Interview with Dr. Arlene Bailey, Senior Fellow at the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) on the UNDP/SALISES/CaPRI 2021 Socioeconomic Impact Assessment (SEIA) study on...

Interview with Dr. Patricia Northover on Food Security

Interview with Dr. Patricia Northover, Senior Fellow at the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) on Food Security leading up to the SALISES 22nd Annual Conference held on...

Congratulations to Dr. Dacia Leslie on winning the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC) 2021 Research Impact Awards

Congratulations to Dr. Dacia Leslie on winning the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC) 2021 Research Impact Awards for her article Reassessing Conditions of “Prison” in Jamaica published in...

Ms. Tricia Elder receives the Jack Harewood Award

Ms. Tricia Elder receives the Jack Harewood Award from Prof. Hamid Ghany, Director, SALISES, St. Augustine for being the Most Outstanding Student who graduated with the M.Sc. Development Statistics in 2020...

Recent publication from Dr. Godfrey St. Bernard

Dr. Godfrey St. Bernard recently published book chapter entitled "Accounting for Episodes of Domestic Violence in the Anglophone Caribbean: Novel Achievements in the Midst of Persistent Challenges" in the...

Recent publications from Dr Preeya Mohan

Congratulations to Dr. Preeya Mohan on her latest publications.

1. Journal Tourism Economics entitled "The impact of...

It’s Only Bananas? A Global Americans Review of Richard L. Bernal’s "Corporate versus National Interest in U.S. Trade Policy: Chiquita and Caribbean Bananas"

One does not usually think of bananas as big business, let alone as a factor in the fate of nations. But according to Statista, in 2019 the banana was the world’s most produced fruit crop, ahead of...

Recent publications from Dr. Bephyer Parey

Congratulations to Dr. Bephyer Parey on her latest journal articles:

1. Wellbeing among older persons with disabilities in Trinidad. Health and Social Care in the Community....