- The Commonwealth of Nations – Barbados economy
- Totally Barbados – Economy
- The Manufacturing Sector in Barbados: December 2003 PDF (1004 KB) – Barbados Private Sector Trade Team
- Marshall, Tony (6 March 2006). "Issues of a 21st century Caribbean". Nation Newspaper. 307200344106205. Archived from the original on 21 July 2008. http://web.archive.org/web/20080621191458/http://www.nationnews.com/story/307200344106205.php.
- Révauger, Jean-Paul (16 octobre 2008) "The Irish model in the Caribbean part I – Globalization and social partnership in Barbados" J.P. Révauger http://jprevauger.over-blog.com/article-23785933.html
- Révauger, Jean-Paul (16 octobre 2008) "The Irish model in the Caribbean part II – Negotiation: The Irish way" J.P. Révauger http://jprevauger.over-blog.com/article-23785958.html
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