Jamaica’s Special Economic Zones

I teach.

And I hope my students learn.

I will admit that teaching is not my profession but it is a deeply held passion. Another passion of mine is Jamaica’s development into a logistics centred economy and logistics hub. And being a adjunct lecturer of international logistics on the Post-grad programme at Excelsior Community College, in Kingston Jamaica allows me to combine both passions — each being mutually reinforcing.

In working, collaborating and learning with and from my students we are literally doing what it takes, albeit it our own small way, to transform the Jamaican economy into a logistics centered one.

So I asked my students in an assignment to: Explain Jamaica’s logistics centred economy?

And the results where fantastic. Click here or see below.

There was indeed some evidence of teaching but very clear evidence of learning.

Here is an example from one of my students, Kamesa Williams:

Jamaica’s Special Economic Zones: A Logistics Centered Approach to Economic Agility and Global Competitiveness

Originally published at www.commerciallawinternational.com on July 16, 2018.

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Special Economic Zone Specialist | Logistics and Global Value Chains Enthusiast | Educator | Blogger | Lawyer| Data Viz Student| Rugby Player

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Special Economic Zone Specialist | Logistics and Global Value Chains Enthusiast | Educator | Blogger | Lawyer| Data Viz Student| Rugby Player