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Caribbean Economist Marla Dukharan is a point of reference for monitoring regional developments and country-level economic performance, and is known for leading discussions and publishing reports on the Caribbean implications of global geopolitical developments. Marla has become a key influencer in public-private sector engagement and decision making. She is a highly sought-after speaker for key industry, multilateral, and academic conferences on a regional and international scale, and she regularly advises investors and private sector Boards of Directors in the Caribbean. Because of her deep commitment to making a difference, Marla has become a leading voice in the call to reduce gender and income inequality, eliminate corruption, and to improve the resilience of our economies through the introduction of fiscal responsibility frameworks.
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Marla is a very knowledgeable and accomplished economist with deep knowledge of the challenges facing the Caribbean. Her commentary and analysis are well researched and carefully articulated providing the reader with the brutal facts and insight into the root causes driving them. I look forward to her newsletters and blogs as input into strategy formulation and decision making. She is the gold standard when looking for economic analysis in the Caribbean.
Nigel Romano - Managing Director and CEO - JMMB Bank Trinidad
Marla’s vast experience as an economist has consistently proved her to be exceptionally adept at analyzing and making accurate financial recommendations and predictions. I continue to value her wealth of knowledge and insight, particularly as it relates both to our regional economies, as well as international markets, and I always look forward to her reports and professional commentaries. Marla truly is a perceptive and gifted business analyst with an impressive future.
Sir Kyffin Simpson - Chairman, Interamericana Trading
I have interacted with Ms Dukharan for the last couple years and after listening to her attentively, I realized that she is an economist who articulates well and makes things understandable and rational. Whilst I may not agree with all her points, her discourse on economic matters are always well researched and presented, the hallmarks of a ultimate professional. Her ideas are always favorable "food for thoughts" and very pragmatic. It's a joy and relief to know that we have people of her mind around and available in the region who will hopefully play a role in our future.
Richard Young - Chairman, Trinidad and Tobago International Financial Centre
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