The Janus Development Strategy: Jamaica In Transition
Peter Jones ()
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The ability to see past and present simultaneously must be of prime importance in any development scenario. This speaks to the essence of the Janus Development Strategy, whose philosophy is outlined below. .......................Janus was represented with two faces, originally one face was bearded while the other was not (probably a symbol of the sun and the moon). Later both faces were bearded. In his right hand he holds a key. This key we see as the key to sustainable economic development.
Keywords: investment; jamaica; development; jamaica; economic development; jamaica; social development; jamaica (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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