While 2022 represented a year of recovery for the Caribbean, following drastic economic contractions for many economies in 2020, exogenous economic shocks derailed anticipated progress. High fuel prices spurred increases in transportation and electricity costs across the region, contributing to rising headline inflation. The most recent edition of the IDB’s Caribbean Economics … [Read more...] about Riding the economic waves: Trinidad and Tobago’s navigation through the headwinds
Nirvana Satnarine-Singh is a Research Consultant at the Inter-American Development Bank, Trinidad and Tobago Country Office. Previously, she worked at The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine campus as a Teaching and Research Assistant, where she taught courses in international trade and economic integration. She has published several peer-reviewed articles in international journals on contemporary international and regional economic issues. Nirvana completed her PhD in Economics from The University of the West Indies. She also holds a Master's in Economics and a Bachelor's majoring in Economics with a minor in International Relations from The University of the West Indies.