Foreword, by Thomas G. Mathews
Program of the Conference
List of the Participants
Income Distribution in Jamaica and Trinidad – Tobago, by E. Ahiram.
Communication Between the Elite and the Masses, by M.C. Alleyne.
Changes in the Income of the Puerto Rican Labor Force 1949 – 1959, by F.M. Andic.
The Commonwealth Concept, by J.E. Arrarás.
Economic Planning in Guyana, by L. Best.
A Method for Estimating Present and Future Food Consumption of the Venezuelan Guyana, by L. Dabasi-Schweng.
The Characteristics of Emigrants just Prior to Changes in British Commonwealth Immigration Policies, by O.C. Francis.
Administrative Reform and Political Change in Puerto Rico, by C.T. Goodsell.
Labour Force in Trinidad and Tobago, by J. Harewood.
Political Change in Jamaica, 1866 – 1906, and the Local Reaction to the Policies of the Crown Colony Government, by G. Knox.
The Evolution of Long Term Labour Contracts in Trinidad and British Guiana, by K.O. Laurence.
Quelques Aspects de l’Economie Haitienne, by M.A. Lubin.
De-Colonization and Trade Policy in the West Indies, by A. McIntyre.
Apuntes preliminaries sobre la “Intelligentsia” Puertorriqueña y del Caribe Hispánico, by M. Maldonado Denis.
Organized Labour in British Guiana, by F.X. Mark.
Social and Economic Problems in the Windward Islands, 1838 – 65, by W.K. Marshall.
The Threatening Masses: Myth or Reality? by J. Mau.
Personalism as a Pattern of Political Interaction, by E. Seda Bonilla.
Foreign Sector Lessons of the Puerto Rican Development Experience, by A.P. Thorne.
Socio-economic Factors Related to Success and Failure in Agrarian Reform: The “Caracol”project, Dominican Republic, by John T. Westbrook.
El Caribe en Cifras, by J. Rodriguez.
Some Notes on Caribbean Bibliography and Bibliographers, by I. Zimmerman.