CEPAL Review No. 33, December 1987
  • E-ISSN: 16840348


This article is intended to provide a brief overview of some of the links which need to be established between sectoral and macro-planning. In the process it discusses some of the planning methods used in the small open economies of the Caribbean and provides some ideas as to the direction in which they may evolve over time. While examples are drawn principally from the experience of Trinidad and Tobago, the basic principles, as well as the more general comments, apply faithfully to the planning patterns prevailing in most Caribbean countries.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development

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