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Dr. Marlon Anatol has taught at the Institute of International Relations, at the University of the West Indies. He is the Director of Research at TAIRASS, a research consultancy and holds an Honors Degree in Applied Sociology and a Ph.D. in International Relations, specializing in Research, with vast knowledge in the areas of Trade and Development.

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    Dr. Marlon Anatol has taught at the Institute of International Relations, at the University of the West Indies. He is the Director of Research at TAIRASS, a research consultancy and holds an Honors Degree in Applied Sociology and a Ph.D. in International Relations, specializing in Research, with vast knowledge in the areas of Trade and Development.

    In addition to being a Research Specialist, Dr. Anatol has also a Trade Specialist with an acute and vast knowledge and experience in regional trade issues.

    He has worked for International organization, donor agencies, and private sector firms inclusive of Latin American Public Opinion Project (USA), the International Organization on Migration (Brussels), Inter-American Development Bank (IDB),Department for International Development (DfID), United Nations Development Programme (Guyana), City&Guilds (UK), Caribbean Regional Negotiating Machinery (CRNM) and Ministries of Trade and Industry and Ministry of Education in Trinidad.

    CIGI Final paper- Globalization and the influence of Drug Trafficking on the local economy by Anatol (Dr. Marlon Anatol)

    Globalization and the Implications for Trade-readiness of Small Developing countries- the Case study of Trinidad and Tobago by (Dr. Marlon Anatol)

    Guyanese Youth and Development by Anatol (Dr. Marlon Anatol

    Industrial Diversification as an Engine for Sustained Development by Anatol (Dr. Marlon Anatol)

    Strategies for Diversifying the Trinidad and Tobago Economy Beyond Oil and Gas by Anatol (Dr. Marlon Anatol)

    TAIRASS-Corporate by Marlon Anatol (Dr. Marlon Anatol)

    The Necessity for Industrial Diversification by Anatol (Dr. Marlon Anatol)

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      Multinational Corporations and Small Developing States: A New Regionalist Rejoinder
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      The early twenty-first century has been occasioned by a significant rise in international business in the category known as foreign direct investment. Foreign direct investment (FDI) is one of the riskiest forms of international business and, in theory, represents the final stage of going international by multinational corporations (MNCs).