Monday, February 06, 2006
IMPORTANT PUBLICATIONS (books, papers, presentations etc)
■ Perspectives of the Mass Media in Guyana by Christopher A. Johnson, in collaboration with Wolfson College, Cambridge University, England 1990.
■ Research book on `How They Made a Million: story of Dyke & Dryden’ by Tony Wade, MBE, Hansib Publishing Ltd, England 1999.
■ Research book on Black Enterprise in Britain by Tony Wade, TCS College Publications, England 2003.
■ A short biography of Dr. Eric Williams, TCS College Publications, England 2002.
■ Book on British-based Caribbean Businesses (in progress)
■ “Can Multicultural Societies Work?” – Nuffield Commonwealth Press Fellowship Lecture, 7th February 1993, Cambridge University.
■ Paper on Culture as a form of Social Enterprise, Caribbean Literary Expressions Conference, 15th January 1997, Goldsmiths College, University of London.
■ Keynote Address, “The Future of Urban Regeneration in the 21st Century, 18th November 2000, Wembley Plaza Hotel, Middlesex.
■ Paper on “The Organisation and Performance of Caribbean Firms in Britain”, Diversity Benefits: Business Practice Conference, Slough Race equality Council, Reading, England, 24th October 2002.
■ Guest Lecture: “The Impact of SMEs on the British Economy: the Caribbean Dimension”, University of Westminster Business School, London, May 2002.
■ Keynote Speech: “The Caribbean Contribution to Britain and the Commonwealth”, Queen’s Golden Jubilee Celebrations, Wembley Plaza Hotel, Middlesex, 12th July 2002.
■ "A Landmark in Regional Integration: Caricom 30 Years of Progress", International Lecture, Guyana High Commission, London, 3rd July 2003.
■ Presentation on “Dimensions of Co-operation between Caribbean ad International Agencies”, Symposium on `Sustainable Socio-economic Development of a Nature Island State’, Joint Dominica Associations in the UK and the High Commission for the Commonwealth of Dominica, 21st August 2003.
■ Presentation to Brent Employer Partnership, “The Impact of Local Businesses on Economic Regeneration”, Brent Council, 30th September 2003.
■ Presentation, “African and Caribbean Firms: Challenges and Prospects”, European Social Fund, Business Conference, Loughborough University Business School, 18th March 2005.