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Tourism in the Caribbean and the Blue Economy: Can the two be aligned? (2020)
Book Chapter
Clegg, P., Cumberbatch, J., & Degia, K. (2020). Tourism in the Caribbean and the Blue Economy: Can the two be aligned?. In The Caribbean Blue Economy (131-142). Routledge

The tourism industry is a vital component for Caribbean economies. According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, travel and tourism accounted for over 15% of the Caribbean economy in 2018, equating to US$62.1 billion. This means tourism is more... Read More about Tourism in the Caribbean and the Blue Economy: Can the two be aligned?.

Constitutional dissonance and the rule of law in the Turks and Caicos Islands (2020)
Book Chapter
Clegg, P., & O'Brien, D. (2020). Constitutional dissonance and the rule of law in the Turks and Caicos Islands. In R. Albert, D. O'Brien, & S. Wheatle (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Caribbean Constitutions (582-605). Oxford University Press

The Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) is one of 14 Overseas Territories (OTs) still overseen by the United Kingdom (UK) (as described by Susan Dickson in Chapter xx). The TCI, as well as the other OTs, is a remnant of the British Empire. The territory,... Read More about Constitutional dissonance and the rule of law in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

The Blue Economy in the Caribbean (2019)
Book Chapter
Clegg, P., McConney, P., Mahon, R., & Oxenford, H. (2019). The Blue Economy in the Caribbean. In Europa Regional Surveys of the World - South America, Central America and the Caribbean(27th). Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Transformative agendas and educational demands in the British and Dutch overseas territories of the Caribbean (2017)
Book Chapter
Thomas, E., & Clegg, P. (2017). Transformative agendas and educational demands in the British and Dutch overseas territories of the Caribbean. In T. Jules (Ed.), The Global Educational Policy Environment in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Gated, Regulated and Governed, 241-264. Emerald Group Publishing Limited

There are several small territories in the Caribbean that have not yet gained their independence and remain under the control of a metropolitan power. These include the territories governed by the United Kingdom (UK) and the Netherlands. This chapter... Read More about Transformative agendas and educational demands in the British and Dutch overseas territories of the Caribbean.

Pitcairn (2016)
Book Chapter
Clegg, P. (2016). Pitcairn. In S. Levine (Ed.), Pacific Ways: Government and Politics in the Pacific Islands, 248-257. Victoria University Press

This chapter provides a brief history of the Pitcairn Islands, before examining the constitutional system, and the challenges threatening the islands' sustainability.

Non-self-governing territories of the Caribbean and debates over autonomy (2015)
Book Chapter
Clegg, P. (2015). Non-self-governing territories of the Caribbean and debates over autonomy. In J. West (Ed.), South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2016, 33-39. Routledge

Nineteen countries in the Caribbean region (from the Cayman Islands in the west to Martinique in the east, and from the Turks and Caicos Islands in the north to French Guiana in the south, plus Bermuda, located in the West Atlantic but often grouped... Read More about Non-self-governing territories of the Caribbean and debates over autonomy.

The Caribbean, the EU, and the WTO: The political economy of marginalization (2010)
Book Chapter
Clegg, P. (2010). The Caribbean, the EU, and the WTO: The political economy of marginalization. In E. Benjamin Labarthe, & E. Dubesset (Eds.), Émancipations caribeennes: Histoire, mémoire, enjeux socio-économiques et politiques, 309-320. l’Harmattan

The paper evaluates the changes that have taken place in the political economy of global trade, particularly the growing influence of international organisations (such as the European Union and World Trade Organisation) and their rules and norms, and... Read More about The Caribbean, the EU, and the WTO: The political economy of marginalization.