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Open Access Labor and place in Barbados, Jamaica, and Trinidad : a search for a comparative unified field theory revisited

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Labor and place in Barbados, Jamaica, and Trinidad : a search for a comparative unified field theory revisited

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Comparative study of 3 Anglophone Caribbean islands looks at the dynamics of economic change and development from 1750 to 1900. Author underlines the interplay between human agency and large- and small-scale forces in these sugar colonies. She focuses on labor, path dependence, and place to investigate economic change. She concludes that differing sets of attitudes, ideas, and practices as well as the availability of land and land use determined economic results.

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