Month: February 2016

Our Co-Founder is now Professor!

Co-founder of Antilles Economics, Winston Moore, has been appointed to the rank of Professor at the University of the West Indies Cave Hill campus. At 37 years old, he is one of the youngest professors at the UWI, publishing more than 80 referred articles, books and book chapters. In addition to his role here at Antilles …

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Estimating the Size of the Middle Class

Aim of Project The growth of national incomes in the Caribbean and Central America suggest that poverty rates in the region should be falling and that a larger proportion of the population is moving into the middle-income and higher income classifications. As such, a larger proportion of the population within these countries should be able to …

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Forecasting – Art and Science

Why forecast? Forecasting, in its most basic form, is the practice of making predictions about future values of a variable, outcome and/or decision. The question is whether forecasting is necessary, and why. The answer to the first is a resounding yes, mainly due to the need for businesses to plan ahead and anticipate various events. For …

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