The Caribbean region is home to countries with the highest per capita incomes. In terms of human development, Anglophone nations such as The Bahamas and Barbados are among the 58 countries in the world identified as “very high human development”; Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago rank amongst those identified in the category of “high human development”. English-speaking … [Read more...] about Man-up: Hegemonic Masculinity in the Caribbean
By Marcelo Cabról The nature of work is changing, and it’s no secret. In fact, it’s been changing for so long that history books have plenty of labels to reflect the different stages: the turn from Fordism to flexible accumulation, the rise of neoliberalism, and most recently the specter of automation through technology, particularly artificial intelligence (AI). We know … [Read more...] about Technology is Creating a Human-Centric Economy, and It’s Based on Trust
Featured Image: On the left, Diether doing fieldwork in the streets of Georgetown, Guyana, July 2017, photo by Diether W. Beuermann The Guyana Labor Force Survey: A Happy Reality! By Diether Beuermann, Sharon Miller, and Clevern Liddell Imagine a Government that would like to prioritize scarce public funds for social assistance in areas with higher poverty incidence, … [Read more...] about The Guyana Labor Force Survey: A Happy Reality!