3 edition of The economic geography of Barbados found in the catalog.
The economic geography of Barbados
Otis P. Starkey
|Statement||by Otis P. Starkey.|
|LC Classifications||HC157.B35 S7 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 228 p.|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||77135612|
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Barbados is the wealthiest and one of the most developed countries in the Eastern Caribbean and enjoys one of the highest per capita incomes in the region. Historically, the Barbadian economy was dependent on sugarcane cultivation and related activities. However, in recent years the economy has diversified into light industry and tourism.
The economic geography of Barbados: a study of the relationships between environmental variations and economic development. Economy - overview: Barbados is the wealthiest and one of the most developed countries in the Eastern Caribbean and enjoys one of the highest per capita incomes in the region.
Historically, the Barbadian economy was dependent on sugarcane cultivation and related activities. Located in the Scotland District, the highest point in Barbados is Mount Hillaby which rises 1,ft above sea level.
The maritime boundary of Barbados is a territorial sea of 12 nautical miles with an exclusive economic zone of nautical miles.
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The goal of this book is to provide the student with a rigorous introduction to a diverse but logically consistent set of analytical models of the spatial decisions and interactions that drive the evolution of the economic landscape. The book begins by explaining fundamental concepts that are critical to all topics in economic geography: the.
Barbados has transformed itself from a low-income agricultural economy into a more diversified, middle-income economy built on tourism and offshore banking that generates one of the Caribbean’s. Beckles writes with a point of view: the history of Barbados is a struggle between the slaves and later freed people against a monolithic "plantocracy.".
The book is not particularly good at sorting out currents and cross-currents in developments, Cited by: This book is essentially a textbook and is a systematic attempt to integrate the latest development with their influence on human activities.
The text deals specifically with the various theories in economic geography, the patterns of human activity throughout the world and the operation of Development, Agriculture, Industry and Trade/5(30).
NOTE: The information regarding Barbados on this page is re-published from the World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency and other sources.
No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Barbados information contained here. Click on the title to browse this journal. Central Bank of Barbados' Quarterly Review and Outlook for the Economy Governor Haynes reviews Barbados' economic performance in the first three months of and gives an outlook for the economy, which is expected to be heavily impacted by COVID Barbados is 14 miles wide and 21 miles long, with square miles of beaches, forests, and quite a number of natural features that make it stand out.
Barbados’s territorial boundaries extend 12 nautical miles but it enjoys an impressive nautical miles of an exclusive economic zone.
Main data source: CIA World Fact Book All values, unless otherwise stated, are in US dollars. Since the island country's independence inthe economy of Barbados has been transformed from a low-income economy dependent upon sugar production into an upper-middle-income economy based on tourism and the offshore y group: Developing/Emerging, High-income.
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Fact Book estimated Barbados to have a population ofwith 44% of them living in urban areas. Th e B a r b a do s e c o n o m y wa s h e a v i l y de p e n d e n t o n th e c u l t i v a t.
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Barbados, island country in the southeastern Caribbean Sea, situated about miles east of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It is roughly triangular in shape. It measures some 20 miles from northwest to southeast. The capital and largest town is Bridgetown. Infoplease has everything you need to know about Barbados.
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Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies The University of the West lndies (Cave Hill Campus) P 0 Box 64 Bridgetown BARBADOS PH () 41 7 Fax () E-mail: [email protected] Size: KB.Read the latest chapters of Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature.
Barbados was one of England's most popular colonies, with a rich economy based on sugar and slavery. Yet it was also the only colony to .