Cost of the Negril Sign: A Simple ATI Story-October 11, 2022

Thanks, to Sue Goffe, for ploughing her furrow, as usual. Of course, the essence of this could and should have been shared with the public from the outset, instead of blustering propaganda. Local media’s inability or unwillingness to dig deeper is again in view.

I have serious doubts about any Jamaican politician’s sense of information-sharing as a simple public good.

In early September 2022, news came that a new and “iconic” sign had been built in Negril. There was much public discussion about the sign – its …

Cost of the Negril Sign: A Simple ATI Story

Author: Dennis G Jones (aka 'The Grasshopper')

Retired International Monetary Fund economist. My blog is for organizing my ideas and thoughts about a range of topics. I was born in Jamaica, but spent 30 years being educated, living, and working in the UK. I lived in the USA for two decades, and worked and travelled abroad, extensively, throughout my careers and for pleasure. My views have a wide international perspective. Father of 3 girls. Also, married to an economist. :)

One thought on “Cost of the Negril Sign: A Simple ATI Story-October 11, 2022”

  1. Thanks for re-blogging! It really should be routine to release info once an issue raises questions or concerns in the public sphere. Maybe we will arrive at that point someday….


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