Introduction In the PNC years many government functions were done within the various ministries.
Introduction The University of Guyana is in the process of appointing a new Vice Chancellor.
Introduction This column takes a long-term view in analysing the 2012 budget, which is set to see spending of $193 billion in the next fiscal year.
Editor’s note: As part of the newspaper’s contribution in the run-up to the November 28 general election, the presidential candidates of the political groupings represented in Parliament have been invited by Guyana Publications Inc to submit weekly columns which will be carried in the Sunday Stabroek.
By Dr. Tarron Khemraj Introduction President Jagdeo accused the AFC of plagiarizing the Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS), the National Competitiveness Strategy (NCS) and something called a central banking manual.
(Part 3) Introduction In my previous column I noted that GDP grew at an average rate of 1.95% over the Jagdeo years.
– Part 2 Introduction In the previous column, I examined several common features of President Jagdeo’s economic policy framework.
Introduction On September 16 a grand day of appreciation was hosted for President Bharrat Jagdeo.
I support the basic idea of Mr Rajendra Rampersaud’s letter on total factor productivity (SN June 15).
Introduction Recently there have been open debates between senior members of the ruling PPP.
The previous two columns outlined some of the crucial issues surrounding the financial crisis in the United States.
Part 2 Introduction As noted in the previous article, the purpose of this series of columns is to explain why widespread contagion in the Guyana financial system did not follow the global financial crisis, which was precipitated by the US subprime meltdown.
Introduction Several Guyanese leaders have exalted the fact that Guyana emerged largely unscathed from the global financial crisis which broke in the summer of 2007.
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is seen as an important aspect of President Jagdeo’s economic policy.
Introduction This essay will conclude the series on the post-1992 elected oligarchy by proposing a set of policies that could circumvent the further entrenchment of the present oligarchy or the emergence of future elected ones.
Slow Fiah, Mo Fiah and the Guyanese Growth Stagnation Introduction In my third column (SN July 22, 2009) I noted that Guyana’s GDP grew at a paltry average rate of 0.86% since 1998.