This webinar is part of the LACC/CPC Caribbean Policy Series. Co-sponsored by the Caribbean Policy Consortium.
The COVID-19 pandemic has spawned 2 years of unparalleled economic strain, stress and decline like never before for the economies of the Caribbean. Unprecedented shocks to key sectors such as tourism and resource exports have resulted in some of the largest declines in growth ever recorded for the region.
This webinar brings together leading regional and international economic, business and health experts to discuss the current economic outlook and adjustments facing the region in 2022 and the prospects for economic stabilization and growth.
Henry Mooney, PhD
Economics Advisor, Caribbean Department,
Inter-American Development Bank (IADB)
Presentation by Dr. Henry Mooney
Ian Durant, MSc Director, Economics Department, Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), Barbados
Joy St. John, PhD Executive Director, The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA), Trinidad and Tobago
Alejandro Arrieta, PhD Associate Professor, Interim Chair, Department of Health Policy and Management
Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work, FIU and LACC Affiliated Faculty
David E. Lewis, PhD Co-Chair, Caribbean Policy Consortium and Vice President, Manchester Trade
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