Jurisdictional self-reliance for small island ...



Title Jurisdictional self-reliance for small island territories: considering the partition of cyprus
Author(s) Godfrey Baldacchino
Journal Round Table
Date 2002
Volume 91
Issue 365
Start page 349
End page 360
Abstract Jurisdiction relates to the competence to pass laws, build effective administrative processes, facilitate inward capital flows, encourage education, & support the development of a climate conducive to economic growth. This paper argues that jurisdictional capacity provides the foundation for an economic development trajectory successfully deployed in various small, resource-poor, often island, territories. The components of such jurisdictional capacity - in terms of administrative autonomy, island identity, legal powers, & the potential for rapid policy deployment - will be referred to for a critical examination of "the Cyprus Question." The analysis suggests the partition of Cyprus into two separate sovereign states as solution. 31 References. Adapted from the source document.

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