Author examines the pattern and direction of technological change in the cane sugar industry of Barbados and Jamaica, and analyses the impact of this change on the employment, productivity, and welfare of workers engaged in the production of sugar.
Sheridan, Richard B. "Changing Sugar Technology and the Labour Nexus in the British Caribbean, 1750-1900, with Special Reference to Barbados and Jamaica," New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, Volume 63, Issue 1-2, pages 59-93.
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