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The island’s economic dependence on the natural environment means Jamaica’s development relies on the country’s capacity to cope with natural disasters.

To assist the Jamaican electorate to make informed choices in the 2007 general elections, CaPRI executed an Electoral Monitoring Exercise (EME), evaluating the manifestos and costs of the political proposals of the country’s two main political parties.

This paper examines Jamaica’s foreign policy since 1962 identifying past challenges in, and future opportunities for, harnessing the economic growth potential of these policies.

An empirical analysis of corruption in Jamaica.