Essays on the OECS Economies provides an exciting and readable survey of critical work on the economies of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States. Jones-Hendrickson centers his analyses on pivotal issues that impact and affect the small states of the Eastern Caribbean, and he puts the essays in a context that would be very useful to decision-makers who are constrained by resources, but who are encouraged to recognize that "size is not a constraint to survival." Anyone who has a serious interest in the contemporary economic issues of the OECS would find this work especially compelling.
Dr. S. B. Jones-Hendrickson is a Professor of Economics, University of the Virgin Islands, St. Croix, US Virgin Islands, where he has been teaching Economics for over 30 years. He has written extensively on Caribbean Economics, Political Economy and Quantitative Economics. Creatively he has published two novels and two volumes of poetry.