Moving from Infancy to Young Adulthood is a contemporary review of the development of the Virgin Islands (BVI) within an economic and political context. Specifically, this book is an excellent medium presenting contemporary perspectives of how the BVI has grown and evolved over the past 50a60 years. Whenever a country is seriously considering its development path over a period of time, it must engage in national development and nation building activities, which will allow its citizens to accelerate and inevitably enhance their quality of life. This book explores these possibilities and comments on the present systems that must be reviewed carefully before future development projects are undertaken in the BVI. Overall, this book will be of interest to island scholars, practitioners, policy makers and students who are interested in the research of small islands within the Caribbean. In particular, persons concentrating in Virgin Islands Studies will find this book a must-read.Her other academic interests are within the areas of global financial management , the political economy, performance ... Member of the International Small Islands Studies Association and served as Convenor at the Islands of the World Conference XII. She also reviews for the Journal of Historical Research, which falls under David Publishing Company and sits on the ... She also holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration from the Heriot Watt University, a Postgraduateanbsp;...
|Title||:||Moving from Infancy to Young Adulthood|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2013-07-16|