1 Curriculum Vitae OF PATRICK KENT WATSON Professor Emeritus University of the West Indies St. Augustine Trinidad & Tobago Tel/Fax: +1 (868) Mobile Phone: +1 (868) May 00
2 BIO DATA Date of Birth: March 5, 195 Citizenship: Trinidad & Tobago and United Kingdom Residence: Trinidad & Tobago Languages: English and French (Fluent in both: reading writing and speaking) SECONDARY EDUCATION 1. St Peter s School, Pointe-à-Pierre, Trinidad and Tobago : Eight Ordinary Level Passes (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Latin, French, History, English Literature, English Language).. Presentation College, San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago : Three Advanced Level Passes (Latin, History, English) and one AO Pass (General Paper). National Open ScholarshipAwardee (Modern Studies) UNIVERSITY EDUCATION 1. University of Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne) 1980: Ph.d in Mathematical Economics and Econometrics. Title of Thesis: Filtrage Dynamique et Analyse des Séries Économiques : Master's degree (Maîtrise) in Economics with Econometrics as a Principal Subject 1976: "Licence" in Economics with Econometrics as a Principal Subject. University of Leeds 1973: Bachelor of Commerce degree with Accounting as a Principal Subject EXPERIENCE AS ACADEMIC 1. Professor Emeritus, University of the West Indies, February 018-present.. Professor of Applied Economics, University of the West Indies, October 008- September Director, Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social & Economic Studies, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, University Director August 008- July 013 and August 015-September Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Senior Lecturer in Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Lecturer in Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Dynamic Filtering and the Analysis of Economic Time Series
3 8. Courses taught at Undergraduate and Graduate Levels: Caribbean Economy, Econometrics, Statistics, Mathematics for Economists, Quantitative Methods in Economics and the Social Sciences. OTHER ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 1. Official Visitor, Department of Applied Economics, Cambridge University, July- August Visiting Fellow, Department of Economics, University of Warwick, July-December Visiting Fellow, Department of Economics, University of Leicester, July-August 004. Books/Manuscripts Published/Edited SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY Économie Politique Caribéenne. ECONOMICA Publishing House, Paris, France, ISBN With F. Célimène Problems and challenges in modelling and forecasting Caribbean Economies. Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies, ISBN With S. Nicholls and H. Leon Introductory Statistics. (3 volumes). University of the West Indies Distance Education Centre, ISBN , , Empirical studies in Caribbean Economy. Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies, ISBN With Alain Maurin A practical introduction to econometric methods: classical and modern. University of the West Indies Press, ISBN With Sonja SabitaTeelucksingh In the Fires of Hope: Trinidad and Tobago at 50. Volume 1. Ian Randle Publishers (with an Introduction by P.K. Watson). Peer reviewed Articles Published in Journals or as book chapters Kalman Filtering as an Alternative to Ordinary Least Squares: Some Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Results. Empirical Economics. 8: Income Inequality Comparisons in Trinidad and Tobago: Some Methodological Issues. C.S.O. Research Papers. 1: On the Abuse of Statistical Criteria in the Evaluation of Econometric Models (with special reference to the Caribbean). Social and Economic Studies. 36: A Model of the Financial Sector of Trinidad and Tobago. In Dynamic Modeling and Control of National Economies edited by B.Martos, L.F. Pau and M.Zierman. Pergamon Press With Ronald Ramkissoon.
4 The Balance of Payments of Trinidad and Tobago- A Monetary Phenomenon?Journal of Economic Studies. 15: The Derivation of Optimal Forecasts of Stochastic Processes in a Bayes Decision Framework. Caribbean Journal of Mathematics. 8: The Von Neuman Ratio Test for Serial Correlation in the General Linear Regression Model.Caribbean Journal of Mathematics.8, Modelling the Balance of Payments of Trinidad and Tobago : a Policy Making Perspective.Social and Economic Studies.39, (with C. Ramlogan) Savings and the Rate of Interest in Trinidad and Tobago: an Empirical Analysis.Savings and Development.15, Savings, the Rate of Interest and Growth in Trinidad and Tobago. Social and Economic Studies.41:4, (with S. Nicholls). ARIMA Modelling in Small Data Sets: a Monte Carlo Study.Social and Economic Studies.41:4, CARICOM Face à la Régionalisation Mondiale: Analyse Rétrospective et Prospective.Revue d'economie Régionale et Urbaine (RERU). /95, Estimation of Savings Functions for the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (and the dangers of the Inappropriate Use of Panel Data Methods). InThe Savings-Investment Environment in the Caribbean: emerging imperatives edited by R. Ramsaran. Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies. ISBN (with R.C. Craigwell, H. Leon, J. Christopher-Nicholls, S. Nicholls, A. Walker). Reflections on Macroeconometric Forecasting in the English Speaking Caribbean. InProblems and Challenges in Modelling and Forecasting Caribbean Economies edited by S.M.A. Nicholls, H. Leon and P.K. Watson. Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies Measuring the Capital Stock of Trinidad & Tobago by Direct Observation. InStratégies de développement comparées dans la Caraïbeedited by E. Edinval, A. Maurin and J.G. Montauban. L Hermès (with Roland Clarke). A Policy Oriented Macroeconometric Model of Trinidad & Tobago. InStratégies de développement comparées dans la Caraïbeedited by E. Edinval, A. Maurin and J.G. Montauban. L Hermès (with Sonja SabitaTeelucksingh). Macroeconometric Modelling and Cointegration in a Small Sample Framework (with an Application to Trinidad & Tobago). InMacroeconomics and Finance in the Caribbean: Quantitative Analyses edited by D. Worrell and R. Craigwell. Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies (with Nicole Smith). The contribution of the Monetary Studies Programme to Caribbean Econometric modelling. InEmpirical studies in Caribbean Economy edited by A. Maurin and P. Watson. Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies
5 (with Sonja SabitaTeelucksingh). Forecasting the Trinidad & Tobago macroeconomy using a medium-size structural econometric model: a policy making perspective. In Empirical studies in Caribbean Economy edited by A. Maurin and P. Watson. Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies. Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies (with Alain Maurin). Quantitative Modelling of the Caribbean Macroeconomy for Forecasting and Policy Analysis: Problems and Solutions. Social and Economic Studies. 51(): Evaluating monetary policy measures in a small primary-exporting country: the case of Trinidad & Tobago.Social and Economic Studies. 5(3): (with S. Sookram and S.S. Teelucksingh). Trading relationships in the Caribbean. In Accords commerciaux dans la Caraïbe et échanges entre CTFA et pays ACP de la Caraïbeedited by DEVOUE, E. and E. JOS. Editions Publibook, Paris (With C. Pemberton and A. Stewart) Improving the effectiveness of the market for bonds in the CARICOM sub-region. Social and Economic Studies. 54(4): (With A. Maurin and S. Sookram) Measuring the size of the hidden economy in Trinidad & Tobago, International Economic Journal. 0(3): (With K. Roopnarine and S. Seuraj) Toward the enhancement of derivatives trading in the CARICOM sub region. Social and Economic Studies. 56(3): (With S. Sookram) Small Business Participation in the Informal Sector of an Emerging Economy. Journal of Development Studies. 44(10): Return variability in CARICOM Equity Markets. Journal of Business, Finance and Economics in Emerging Economies. 3(): (with S. Sookram) The Informal Sector, Poverty, and Gender in the Caribbean: the case of Trinidad & Tobago. Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies. 33(4): (with Daniel Artana, SebastiánAuguste, Ramiro Moya and Sandra Sookram) Trinidad and Tobago: Economic Growth in a Dual Economy. Chapter 8 in Growing pains: binding constraints to productive investments in Latin America edited by Manuel Agosin, Eduardo Fernandez-Arias, and Fidel Jaramillo. ISBN: Inter American Development Bank (with S. Sookram and F. Schneider) Characteristics of households in the informal sector of an emerging economy. Applied Economics. 41(7): The Efficiency of the Stock Market in the CARICOM sub-region: an Empirical Study. Applied Financial Economics. 19(3): (with Aldrie Henry-Lee, Philip Osei, Sharon Trezelle) Social Risk Management in a Small Island: The case of St. Lucia. Social and Economic Studies. 59(1&):
6 (with Simi Seuraj). Banking Regulation: does compliance pay in emerging economies? Evidence from Trinidad & Tobago. Social and Economic Studies.61(4): (with Sonja S. Teelucksingh). Linking tourism flows and biological biodiversity in Small Island Developing States (SIDS): evidence from panel data. Environment and Development Economics. 18(4): Available athttp://dx.doi.org/ /s x (with D. Lane, D.L. Forbes and C. Mercer-Clarke). Managing adaptation to environmental change in small islands and other coastal communities. Sustainability Science.8: DOI /s (with B. Ramlal) The Digital Divide in Trinidad & Tobago. Social and Economic Studies. 63(1): (with Preeya Mohan) CARICOM Foreign Direct Investment Flows. Social and Economic Studies. 63(3 & 4): (with Mohan, Preeya, Eric Strobl). Barriers to Innovation and Firm Productivity in the Caribbean.In Exploring Firm Level Innovation and Productivity in Developing Countries: The Perspective of Caribbean Small States, edited by Gustavo Crespi Sylvia Dohnert and Alessandro Maffioli Washington: Inter-American Development Bank (with Mohan, Preeya, Eric Strobl). Foreign Direct Investment and Firm Innovative Activity and Productivity in the Caribbean. In Exploring Firm Level Innovation and Productivity in Developing Countries: The Perspective of Caribbean Small States. Edited by Gustavo Crespi Sylvia Dohnertand Alessandro Maffioli Washington: Inter-American Development Bank (with P.S. Mohan and E. Strobl). Innovative Activity in the Caribbean: Drivers, Benefits, and Obstacles. In Firm Innovation and Productivity in Latin American and Caribbean: The Engine of Economic Development. Edited by Matteo Grazzi and Carlo Pietrobelli United States: Palgrave Macmillan. DOI / (with C.S.L. Mercer Clark, J.D. Clarke, D.E. Lane, D.F. Forbes and R. Edinboro) Weathering the Storm: Community planning for adaptation to coastal climate change. Chapter 7 in The Caribbean in a Changing World: Surveying the Past, Mapping the Future. Volume. Edited by L. Smith, S. Fulerton-Cooper, E. Gordon and A. Bodden Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge UK (with J. Cozier). The Evolution of Stock Markets in the CARICOM Region: : lessons for other small emerging economies. Chapter 10 in Handbook of Small States - Economic, Social and Environmental Issues Edited by Lino Briguglio. Routledge (with P.S. Mohan and E. Strobl). In-firm training innovation and productivity: The case of Caribbean small Island developing states.
7 Entrepreneurship and Regional Development. 30(9-10): (with P.S. Mohan and E. Strobl). Nascent Entrepreneurs in Caribbean Small Island Developing States: Opportunity versus Necessity. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship. 3(04) (with John Cozier) Co-movement in Stock Prices in Emerging Economies: the case of the CARICOM Region.International Economic Journal. 33(1): DOI: / (with Marlene Murray). Natural Disaster Preparedness and Risk Reduction Measures by Business Organisations in Small Island Developing States- A Caribbean Case Study. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (with Alain Maurin) Unearthing and Analyzing Data on Festivals in the Caribbean.Social and Economic Studies. 68(1): Other Articles and Book Chapters Published Economic Statistics and Econometric Modelling in Trinidad and Tobago. ASSET. 3: (with Nicole Smith). Currency Management in the CARICOM region. In Issues in the Government and Politics of the West Indies, nd edition, edited by J.G. LaGuerre. School of Continuing Studies, UWI, St. Augustine (with LouannaMootoo). Globalisation and the challenge for economic activity in the CARICOM region. In Policy Transfer, New Public Management and Globalization: Mexico and the Caribbean edited by A. Bissessar. University Press of America Article accepted for publication as book chapter 1. (with Alain Maurin) Guadeloupe and Martinique in the Caribbean Basin-A comparative analysis of models and trajectories. In Handbook of Caribbean Economies. Routledge. Articles submitted for publication in peer-reviewed journals 1. (with Alain Maurin) A Single Market for Cultural and Creative Products in the Caribbean: An Idea whose Time has come.. (with John Cozier). The Impact of Cross-Border Listings in Small Island Developing States: case study of the CARICOM states of Barbados, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago. 3. (with Preeya Mohan and Eric Strobl). Innovation, Market failures and Policy Implications of KIBS firms: The case of Trinidad and Tobago's Oil and Gas Sector. Articles being prepared for submission for publication in peer-reviewed journals
8 1. (with Osuala, C.D and M.D. Sutherland). Perceptions of Risk associated with Climate Change: Causes and Implications for Adaptation in the Case of Georgetown, Guyana.. (with Osuala, C.D and M.D. Sutherland). Assessing Socio-Economic Vulnerability to Sea-Level Rise in Caribbean Coastal Cities: The Case of Georgetown, Guyana. 3. (with Osuala, C.D). Determinants of Climate Change Awareness in Caribbean Coastal Communities: The Cases of Georgetown, Guyana and San Pedro, Belize. 4. (with Sharon Hutchinson, Sharon Lindo, Michelle Mycoo, Sandra Sookram, Michael Sutherland). Managing Adaptation to Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources and Human Livelihoods in Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. 5. (with Sharon Hutchinson, Sharon Lindo, Michelle Mycoo, Sandra Sookram, Michael Sutherland).Water Governance in Saint Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. 6. (with Sharon Hutchinson, Michelle Mycoo, Sandra Sookram). Climate Change Adaptation in SIDS Water Sector: St Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. 7. (with Sharon Hutchinson, Michelle Mycoo, Sandra Sookram, Michael Sutherland). Assessing Vulnerability to Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources and Building Adaptive Capacity in Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 8. (with Sharon Hutchinson, Michelle Mycoo, Sandra Sookram). Determinants of Climate Change Knowledge in Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. 9. (with M. Murray) Earthquake and Hurricane Vulnerability Mitigation: Public and Private Responses to Disaster Risk in Trinidad and Tobago. 10. (with C. Hazel) Tracing the Generation, Distribution and Use of Income in Trinidad and Tobago Using a Social Accounting Matrix. 11. (with Carlos Hazel) Evaluating the Impact of Fiscal Policy on the Household Sector in Trinidad and Tobago in a Static Computable General Equilibrium Framework. 1. (with M. Murray) Vulnerability to Storms and Hurricanes: Implications for Mitigation in the Rural Communities of Trinidad. 13. (with VarunaRamlal) Corporate Governance and firm performance in Trinidad & Tobago. 14. (with N. Seaton).Productivity and Efficiency in the Post-Secondary Education Sector of Trinidad and Tobago. 15. (with Greg Casey).. The Primacy of Education in Long-Run Development. Technical Reports Since (with Aldrie Henry-Lee and Phillip Osei). Comprehensive Review of Social Protection and Poverty Reduction in Saint Lucia. Prepared for the European Commission and Government of St. Lucia. September, 004.
9 . (with Daniel Artana, SebastiánAuguste, Ramiro Moya and Sandra Sookram). Competitiveness and growth in Trinidad and Tobago. IDB Research Project, October pages. 3. Data Ownership and Data Sharing Within the CARICOM Sub-Region. Paper prepared for Expert Group Meeting on Data Sharing, Data Ownership and Harmonization of Survey Datasets. Port of Spain, Trinidad. 5-6 June pages. 4. Study of the Distribution (Retail and Wholesale) Sector of Barbados, Jamaica, the Bahamas and the Cayman Islands. Prepared for the First Caribbean International Bank. September pages. 5. (with BheshemRamlal) The Digital Divide in Trinidad & Tobago 007. Prepared for the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad & Tobago. December pages. 6. (with Daniel Artana, Anne-Marie Mohammed, Ramiro Moya, Sandra Sookram) Productive Development Policies in Trinidad and Tobago: A critical review. IDB Research Project. August pages. 7. Climate Change and the Macroeconomy in the Caribbean Basin: Analysis and Projections to 099. Study financed by United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. October pages. 8. (with Preeya Mohan) CARICOM Cross-Border Equity Flows.Study financed by First Caribbean International Bank. March pages. 9. (with Sandra Sookram) A Political Economy Analysis of the Budget Process in Trinidad and Tobago. IDB Research Project pages. 10. (with Preeya Mohan and Eric Strobl) Innovative Activity in the Caribbean: Drivers, Benefits, and Obstacles. IDB Research Project pages. 11. (with Preeya Mohan and Eric Strobl) Knowledge Intensive Business Services in the Oil and Gas Sector in Trinidad and Tobago. IDB Research Project (with Preeya Mohan and Eric Strobl) Barriers to Innovation and Firm Productivity in the Caribbean. IDB Research Project (with Preeya Mohan and Eric Strobl) Foreign Direct Investment and Firm Innovative Activity and Productivity in the Caribbean. IDB Research Project (with Preeya Mohan and Eric Strobl) In-Firm Training, Innovation and Productivity: The Case of Caribbean Small Island Developing States. IDB Research Project (with Preeya Mohan and Eric Strobl) Extractive Industries as a Platform for the Creation of Knowledge Intensive industries: Trinidad and Tobago s Oil and Gas Service Providers. IDRC Research Project Published as Working Document 4 In Series of Background documents of the Natural Resources and Development Report Red Sudamericana de EconomíaAplicada/Red Sur
10 Research in progress (topics shown are not unrelated) 1. Social Accounting Matrices (and extensions) for the Caribbean, with applications to poverty, human capital formation and income distribution.. Computable General Equilibriumof the Caribbean Economy, with applications to trade, poverty, income distribution and the environment. 3. Finance (including micro finance) and Financial markets in the Caribbean. 4. Growth and productivity issues in the Caribbean. 5. Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Small Island Developing States. 6. Socio-economic impact of climate change in the Caribbean. Ph.D. Theses Supervised 1. The hidden economy and tax evasion in Trinidad & Tobago. 005.Candidate:Ms Sandra Sookram.. Essays in Caribbean Exports, Diversification and Growth Candidate: Ms Preeya Mohan.Degree awarded with High Commendation. 3. Issues in Stock Market Development and Integration with Special Reference to the Caribbean Candidate: Mr John Cozier. 4. Managing the effects of climate change on coastal communities: a Caribbean Perspective Candidate: Mr Chiedozie Dickson Osuala. 5. Issues in the Development of Bond Markets in Caribbean SIDS: the cases of Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago Candidate: Ms Antoinette Stewart. Degree awarded with High Commendation. 6. Hurricane and Earthquake Disaster Risk Perception and Response in Caribbean Small Island Developing States: A Comparative Study of the Islands of Trinidad and Grenada. Candidate: Ms Marlene Murray. 7. Issues in Equity Financing in the Caribbean. Candidate: Ms VarunaRamlal. 8. Financial Instability in Caribbean Small Island Developing States: Issues and Remedies. Candidate: John Martin. M.Phil. Theses Supervised 1. Productivity and Effectiveness of The Education Sector in Trinidad & Tobago Candidate: Mr Nyron Seaton.. A Social Accounting Matrix and Computable General Equilibrium Model for Trinidad & Tobago Candidate: Mr Carlos Hazel. 3. The Fiscal Policy-Economic Growth Nexus: An Assessment of the Jamaican Economy, Candidate: Mr Samuel Indalmanie. M.Sc. (Econ.) Theses Supervised 1. Model Building and Forecasting with Univariate ARIMA Processes in Short Data Sets: A Monte Carlo Study Candidate:Mr. Shelton Nicholls.
11 . The Retail Price Index in Trinidad & Tobago: the Issues and an Alternative Candidate:Mr. Nigel Baptiste. 3. The Wage-Gap Hypothesis of Unemployment: the Case of Trinidad & Tobago Candidate: Miss Angela Henry. 4. The Impact of Interest Rates on the Trinidad & Tobago Macroeconomy Candidate: Miss CarlynRamlogan. 5. Savings in the O.E.C.S.: an Empirical Study Candidate: Mrs. Judy Rajkumar-Gualbance. 6. An Empirical Analysis of Air Travel Demand Candidate: Mr. Anthony Licorish. 7. The Distribution of Income between Capitalists and Workers in Trinidad & Tobago Candidate: Mr. John Martin. 8. Private Investment in Trinidad & Tobago: an Empirical Study Candidate: Mr. SudeshSamaroo. 9. Competing in the Caribbean Airline Industry - a Marketing Perspective Candidate: Miss SharleneMaharaj. 10. Towards a Flow of Funds Accounting System for Trinidad & Tobago Candidate: Mr. Roberto Ramirez. 11. A socio-economic profile of loan delinquency: case study of a credit union in Trinidad & Tobago. 00.Candidate: Miss Sharri Byron. M.Sc. (Econ) Projects Supervised 1. The Measurement of Poverty in the Caribbean: a critical appraisal. 003.Candidate: Miss Cécile Pemberton.. The usefulness of Computable General Equilibrium Modelling for the Caribbean with an application to trade. 003.Candidate: Mr KyrenGreigg. 3. Formalising derivatives trading in Trinidad & Tobago: a feasibility study. 004.Candidate: Ms Karen Roopnarine. 4. Examining the contribution of the Stock Exchange to economic growth: A CARICOM perspective Candidate: Ms Wendy-Ann Thomas. 5. Financial Development and its effect on Economic Growth in the Caribbean Candidate: Ms VarunaRamlal. 6. The structure and performance of bank-based mutual funds in Trinidad & Tobago: Candidate: Ms Marsha Bishop. 7. Banking risk and regulation in the Caribbean. (009. Candidate: Ms Simi Seuraj. 8. Predicting debt crises in the Caribbean Candidate: Ms VangieBhagoo.
12 9. Vulnerability to Sea Level Rise in an Urban Centre of a Developing Country: A Case Study of Georgetown, Guyana Candidate: Mr Gopnauth Bobby Gossai. 10. Determinants of Cross-Border Equity Flows: An Empirical Analysis of CARICOM and OECD Countries Candidate: Ms Preeya Mohan. 11. The Primacy of Education in Long-Run Development Candidate: Gregory P. Casey. 1. The Economic Impact of Antigua s Carnival Candidate: Jamila Gregory.
13 Ph.D. Thesis Under Examination An Empirical Investigation into the Size and Structure of the Informal Economy in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Candidate: NilioGumbs. Recent Research grants 1. CMMB-UWI Project on the Financial sector in the Caribbean ( ).. The Informal Sector, Poverty, and Gender in the Caribbean (part of the Gender and Economics in the Caribbean Project, a collaborative effort between the United Nations Development fund for Women and the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies) Competitiveness and growth in Trinidad and Tobago, a research project done in collaboration with the Foundation for Latin American Economic Research (FIEL), Buenos Aires, Argentina, funded by the Inter- American Development Bank (IADB) Cross Border Equity Flows in the CARICOM Region (First Caribbean International Bank) C-CHANGE. Managing adaptation to coastal environmental change: Canada and the Caribbean (IDRC-SSHRC grant for approximately CAN$ million over a 5 year period, to be shared equally by the SALISES and the Telfer School of Management of the University of Ottawa) Industrial policies in Latin America and the Caribbean: a research project done in collaboration with the Foundation for Latin American Economic Research (FIEL), Buenos Aires, Argentina, funded by the Inter- American Development Bank (IADB) Climate Change and the Macroeconomy in the Caribbean Basin: Analysis and Projections to 099. A Research Project funded by the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean CASCADE: Climate Change Adaptation Strategies for Water Resources and Human Livelihoods in the Coastal Zones of Small Island Developing States. Research project funded by ACP Caribbean & Pacific Research Programme for Sustainable Development. 47, WATER-aCCSIS. Sustainable Water Management under Climate Change in Small Island States of the Caribbean. Research project funded by the IDRC (CAN$1.5 million), in collaboration with the Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies (CERMES), University of the West Indies. 10. Innovative Activity in the Caribbean: Drivers, Benefits, and Obstacles. IDBsponsored Research Project FDI and Firm Innovative Activity and Productivity in the Caribbean. IDBsponsored Research Project U$7,000.00
14 1. Barriers to Innovation and Firm Productivity in the Caribbean.IDB-sponsored Research Project U$7, Knowledge Intensive Business Services in the Oil and Gas Sector in Trinidad and Tobago. IDB-sponsored Research Project U$17, Innovation, Productivity and Training: The Case of Caribbean Small Island Developing States. IDB-sponsored Research Project U$30, Extractive Industries as a Platform for the Creation of Knowledge Intensive Industries:Trinidad and Tobago s Oil and Gas Service Providers. IDRC (RED SUR)-sponsored research Project CAN$13, Anatomy of Small Island States and sub-national island jurisdictions: toward sustainable island futures. SSHRC grant to a consortium of University centres and institutes around the world, led by Institute of Island Studies, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada CAN$00, Other Major Scholarly Activity 1. Referee for Applied Economics, Applied Financial Economics, Journal of Developing Areas, Social & Economic Studies, Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies, Journal of Business, Finance and Economics in Emerging Economies, Journal of Development Studies. UWI Press, Caribbean Studies.. Regular attendance and presentation of papers at major Conferences (at least one per year since 1983) such as those organized by the Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance, IFAC/IFORS Conference on Dynamic Models and Control of National Economies, ECOMOD, International Symposium of Forecasting, Latin American and Caribbean Economics Association (LACEA), INFINITI Conference on International Finance, Conference of the International Association for Comparative Studies in Economics and Integration, the Caribbean Studies Association, the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social & Economic Studies (SALISES), the South Western Social Sciences Association, AFFIetc. Details available on request. 3. Programme Chair, 5 th, 8 th, 11 th, 15 th and 18 th Annual SALISES Conferences (004, 007, 010, 014and 017, respectively);international Conference on Turtle Conservation, ecotourism and sustainable community development, July 8-9, Programme co-chair Faculty of Social Sciences and SALISES Conference on Trinidad & Tobago at 50: A model Nation? April 5-7, 01, St Augustine, Trinidad & Tobago. 5. Attendance at 3 rd OECD World Forum entitled Statistics, Knowledge and Policy: Charting Progress, Building Visions, Improving Life,Busan, Korea, October 7-30, Attendance at 5th OECD World Forum on Statistics, Knowledge, and Policy: Transforming Policy, Changing Lives, Guadalajara, Mexico, October 13-15, Attendance at the 6th OECD World Forum on Statistics, Knowledge and Policy: The Future of Well-being, Incheon, Korea, November 7-9, 018.
15 8. Member of Scientific Committee ECOMOD 008 (Berlin, Germany), of PARIS1 Consortium Meeting on Statistics for Development: renewing the partnership held in Dakar, Senegal, November 16-18, 009, of 48 th Annual Conference of the Association de Science Régionale de Langue Française(ASRDLF), Martinique, July Member, Organising Committee, Business, Banking and Finance Conference (004, 006, 009, 011, 013); Sir Arthur Lewis Memorial Conference 008; International Conference on The Sustainable Development of Coastal Communities: Challenges and Solutions. June 011. MAJOR PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND ACTIVITIES 9. July-Sept 1984, Aug-Sept and Aug-Sept Consultant to Research Department of Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago on construction of a Model of the Trinidad & Tobago economy. 10. Dec Jan 1989 Consultant (with Dr. E.B.A. St Cyr) on the EEC sponsored Macroeconomic and Sectoral Planning Project (EDF Project no ) to provide training in the area of quantitative analysis for macroeconomic modelling to a Technical Planning Team appointed by the Ministry of Planning &Mobilistaion (Trinidad & Tobago). 11. June October 199. Consultant (with Mr. Roland Clarke of the Development and Project Planning Centre, University of Bradford) attached to the Ministry of Planning and Development, Trinidad & Tobago, on the EEC sponsored project for the construction of a Policy Oriented Macroeconometric Model of Trinidad & Tobago. Final Project Report entitled "A Policy Oriented Macroeconometric Model of Trinidad and Tobago". 1. March 1993December Consultant attached to the Central Statistical Office of Trinidad & Tobago for the Measurement of Capital Stock of Trinidad & Tobago. Final report submitted "Estimation of the Capital Stock of Trinidad & Tobago". 13. August January Consultant (with Dr. Karl Theodore) to PETROTRIN to establish the negative consequences of resulting from the merger of TRINTOC and TRINTOPEC to form PETROTRIN. Final report submitted "The Socio-Economic Impact of the Merger of TRINTOC and TRINTOPEC". 14. April - July Consultant (with Dr. Karl Theodore) to the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Marine Resources of Trinidad & Tobago. Study to determine the impact of the Agricultural Reform Programme on the farming sector and to establish a Social Mitigation Programme for the Agricultural Sector, Phase I. Report submitted "Structural Adjustment and the Agricultural Sector: A Study to Establish a Social Mitigation Programme to Alleviate the Negative Effects of Government's Agricultural Sector Reform Programme". 15. March-August 004. Consultant (with UWI SALISES team) on CDB funded project Social Protection and Poverty Reduction in the Caribbean: Examining Policy and Practice.
16 16. March-August 005. Consultant to Republic Bank of Trinidad & Tobago to construct a forecasting model of Trinidad & Tobago. 17. March 005-June 006. Consultant (with SALISES team) to Ministry of Social Development on study Causes and effects of alcoholism in Trinidad & Tobago. 18. March-June 006. Consultant to Telecommunications Services of Trinidad & Tobago (TSTT) in submission of application for rate increase. 19. May-June 006. Consultant to Business Development Company of Trinidad & Tobago to provide Economic Analysis for a project Environmental Impact Assessment study of trade liberalization through the FTAA. 0. Nov. 006-June 007. Consultant to First Caribbean International Bank for Study of the Distribution (Retail and Wholesale) Industry of the Bahamas, Barbados, the Cayman Islands and Jamaica. 69 pages. 1. Sept. 006-Dec. 007: Consultant to Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad & Tobago to measure the Digital Divide in Trinidad & Tobago.. April 009: Consultant to Steers International Legal Consultants (Barbados) to provide Economic Expert Opinion on the action between Exmar Shipping NV et al and Mittal Steel Point Lisas Limited et al 3. November 010: Consultant to the Central Bank of Aruba for the Construction of Econometric Model of Aruba Consultant to the Trinidad & Tobago Electricity Commission to develop forecasting models for the Demand for Electricity PRESENT. Training in econometric and statistical methods, and in the use of specialised econometric and statistical software: TSP, EViews, AREMOS, SPSS, RATS, STATA. Clients include Central Banks of the Caribbean region (Trinidad & Tobago, Bahamas, Suriname, Aruba, ECCB), the Regulated Industries Commission of Trinidad and Tobago, the Ministry of Planning and Development of Trinidad & Tobago, the CSO of Trinidad & Tobago, Ministry of Labour of Trinidad & Tobago, Market Facts and Opinion (000) Ltd, Ministry of Science, Technology and Tertiary Level Education (Trinidad & Tobago), First Citizens Bank of Trinidad & Tobago and others. 6. January May Member, Credit Union Stabilisation Board 7. September Permanent Committee on Trade and Related Arrangements between Trinidad & Tobago and other countries or groupings. (This committee was mandated to look at existing Trade agreements existing between Trinidad & Tobago and other countries and to study and propose new agreements. It reported to the Minister of External Affairs who was spearheading the formulation of new agreements with other countries, particularly in Latin America). 8. January June 000. Cabinet appointed Task Force on the Venture Capital regime in Trinidad & Tobago. 9. March 000- March 003. Director, Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago.
17 30. April 001-April 004. Deputy Chairman, Regulated Industries Commission of Trinidad & Tobago. 31. April 00-April 004. Chairman, North West Regional Health Authority. 3. March Member of Macroeconomy and Finance sub-committee of Cabinet appointed Multisectoral Group to establish a Strategic Development Plan toward the attainment of Vision June 010-June 011. Senator in the Parliament of Trinidad & Tobago. 34. December 011-March 01. Member Economic Development Board of Trinidad & Tobago. 35. January 01-March 016. Chairman, Trinidad & Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission. 36. May 01-March 016. Member of the Board of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO: April 017-Present: Chairman, Trinidad and Tobago National Accounts Committee. 38. January 017-April 017. Consultant on project Economic Cost-Benefit Analysis of Underwater Art Installation in Tobago. This involved the economic evaluation of an underwater sculpture park as part of an innovative coastal adaptation approach to divert traffic away from the Buccoo Reef Marine Park as well as, to create additional opportunities for reef operators and artisans. Funded by the Inter-American Development Bank and supported by the Tobago House of Assembly and the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. 39. August 018-February 019. Consultant to Central Financing Facility of Trinidad & Tobago to determine the probability of loan default of Credit Union members for purposes of determining loan loss provisions as is required by International Financial Reporting Standard 9 (IFRS9). 40. August 018-present: Consultant to the Centrale Bank van CuraçaoenSint Maarten for the construction of Macro-Economic Models for Forecasting and Policy Analysis for Curacao and for Saint Martin. 41. January 019-Present: Consultant on Review and Update of National Tourism Policy 00 of Dominica, Tourism Master Plan 01-0 of Dominica, and Discover Dominica Authority Corporate Strategy and Action Plan. 4. December 019-February 00. Consultant on UNDP Public Expenditure Review for the Commonwealth of Dominica, Project of the UWI-UNDP Think Tank on Public Policy for a Blue Economy.
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