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Institutions, démocratie et croissance dans la Caraïbe anglophone : idées préconçues et réalité

Abstract : The Caribbean is a multidimensional space, a multi-faceted and paradoxical mosaic that evokes diversity, scattering. For a long time unknown, it is the object of all curiosities and is increasingly regarded as a real laboratory for those who are interested in. Indeed, the Caribbean is a set of small islands more or less poor economically with a plural political and administrative organization. Many political statuses are inherited from decolonization. The Caribbean comprises 25 countries and 11 non-independent territories, less than 500,000 inhabitants. 24 are islands or sets of island territories. Many programs of assistance are set up by the metropolis, the Carbbean countries carry out an active policy of integration by constituting regional institutions, yet these countries do not seem to take off economically. At the same time, the region is noticed for these acts of increased violence, crime, drugs trade, natural disasters, vector-borne diseases, all of which influence one of the prosperous economic activities, tourism. Preconceived ideas and reality, this is the probem that this thesis attemps to answer by examing the correlation between institutional organizations and économic development in the globlization era. For coherence reasons, my research is limited to the ten English-speaking countries of the Caribbean zone.
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Marie Marthe Bredas. Institutions, démocratie et croissance dans la Caraïbe anglophone : idées préconçues et réalité. Droit. Université des Antilles, 2017. Français. ⟨tel-02499028⟩

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