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If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it: ensuring quality education and training to ride the digital wave (Part 2)

In part 1 of this blog we discussed how automation, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other technologies are transforming the workplace and shifting the demand for skills around the world. In part 2 we will zone in on the Caribbean situation and l...

If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it: ensuring quality education and training to ride the digital wave (Part 1)

The adoption of automation, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other technologies is transforming the workplace and shifting the demand for skills. According to a recently released briefing from McKinsey, basic and advanced technological skills, hi...

Can Data Analytics Improve Project Execution?

All over the world, projects are being designed, rolled out, executed and closed every day and at an...

Finding the key to affordable homes: 4 lessons learned from public interventions in the Caribbean

By Michelle Fryer One in every three households in Latin America and the Caribbean has experienced ...

The Future of Trinidad’s Economy Depends on the Skills of its Workforce, Not on Oil and Gas

By: CAROLINA GONZÁLEZ VELOSA and MARÍA EUGENIA DE DIEGO  Some countries are luckier than others....

How Modernizing Has Improved Efficiency, Transparency and Audit Security

By Franceso De Simone and Camila Mejia “Transparent practices form the basis for enhanced accounta...

Fiscal Limits for Developing Economies in Central America and the Caribbean

By Allan Wright (IDB) and Francisco A. Ramírez (Central Bank of the Dominican Republic) The buildup...

Suriname’s Debt Surge: What’s Driving It?

The debt to GDP ratio in Suriname increased by 35.6 percentage points in 3 years, moving from 29% of...

The Make-up and Distribution by Sectors of U.S Multinational Companies in the Caribbean

There are many advantages of multinational companies on developing host countries. From research and...