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Dianna DaSilva- Papers and Publications


Research Papers

  • DaSilva, D. A. (2009) “Strategic Response to Food Safety Standards- A Case Study of Guyana’s Fish Export Sector”. Paper presented at Conference on Food Security and Agricultural Development, University of the West Indies- Mona Campus, Jamaica, July 28-30, 2009.
  • DaSilva, D. A. (2009) “Impact of Impact of US HACCP Regulation on Export of Fish And Fishery Products From Guyana” (in Progress). Paper to be presented at 7th Quest for Global Competitiveness Conference. Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel and Casino, San Juan (March 2010)
  • DaSilva, D. A. (2009) “Challenges to agricultural diversification-Sanitary and phytosanitary standards as barriers to non-traditional agricultural exports from Guyana” (in Progress). Paper to be presented at 7th Quest for Global Competitiveness Conference. Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel and Casino, San Juan (March 2010)

 

Technical Papers

  • Carter, Bernard; DaSilva, D. A. (2009) “Institutional assessment of the agricultural sector for climate change adaptation” for the project: ‘the development of a national agriculture sector adaptation strategy to address climate change in Guyana’, facilitated by the Ministry Of Agriculture- National Climate Unit for the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre.
  • DaSilva, D. A. (2008) Internet Communication Technology Sector Profile”. Project for the Institutional Strengthening of the Guyana Office for Investment (GOINVEST) Project. Development Policy and Management Consultants
  • DaSilva, D. A. (2008) Non-renewable Energy Sector Profile”. Project for the Institutional Strengthening of the Guyana Office for Investment (GOINVEST) Project. Development Policy and Management Consultants.

Academic Papers

  • DaSilva, D. A. (2008) “Impact of Sanitary and Phyto- Sanitary Standards on Exports of Non- Traditional Agriculture Products from Guyana to the European Union, Barbados and the USA”. Unpublished thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Masters of Science in International Trade Policy, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus.

 
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