CARIBBEAN POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE
|CARIBBEAN POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE|
|founded in the year||2008|
|address||Block H, Sir Alister McIntyre Building, UWI (Mona), Kgn 7, Jamaica WI|
The Caribbean Policy Research Institute is a Caribbean think tank that promotes evidence-based policymaking in the region. It evolved from a three-year evidence-based study on the socio-economic history of Jamaica since Independence known as "Taking Responsibility: The Jamaican Economy Project" which began in 2005. The Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CaPRI) is a think tank which promotes evidence-based policy dialogue within Caribbean societies. In an effort to create better policies, CaPRI informs debate through the production of evidence-based research of the highest quality. The ultimate goal and mission of the Institute is to change the various national policy-making environments - public and private sector.
Organizational Structure and Funding
Block H, Sir Alister McIntyre Building, UWI (Mona), Kgn 7, Jamaica WI
We used the DGs of the EU to generate a basic list of topics. This list is going to be steadily extended. However we try to preserve a persistent list of topics.
- Economic Policy
- Energy and environment
- social issues