Republic of the Marshall Islands
The Marshall Islands, east of the Carolines, are divided into two chains: the western, or Ralik, group, including the atolls Jaluit, Kwajalein, Wotho, Bikini, and Eniwetok; and the eastern, or Ratak, group, including the atolls Mili, Majuro, Maloelap, Wotje, and Likiep. The Republic of the Marshall islands consists of 29 atolls, each made up of approximately 1,225 islets and islands in the central Pacific. The islands are of the coral-reef type and rise only a few feet above sea level. The Marshall Islands comprise an area slightly larger than Washington, DC. 63,000 (July, 2008 est.) people live in the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Complete information on the Marshall Islands is available here.
The Graduate School’s EconMAP program, with funding support from the United States Department of the Interior, has developed and released an Economic and Fiscal Forecasting Framework for the Republic of … [more]
The Graduate School USA’s Pacific Islands Training Initiative (PITI) has released preliminary Fiscal Year 2011 Economic Reviews for the Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of Palau. As part … [more]
The Graduate School USA’s annual statistical and economic reporting efforts have focused on the Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of the Marshall Islands for the last five years. … [more]
Performeter Reports have been released for eleven insular areas. These Performeters are based on the FY09 financial statements, and new reports have been released for American Samoa, CNMI, FSM, Guam, the … [more]