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Cuba: In Transition?

Cuba in TransitionBildner Center, 2006
Mauricio Font, ed.
with the assistance of Scott Larson

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Front Matter

Part I: PROSPECTS FOR ECONOMIC EVOLUTION

Cuba’s Economic Reorientation – Archibald R.M. Ritter

Prospects for Sustainable Energy – Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado

Reorientation in Agriculture – Japji Anna Bas

Workers Control in the 1990s – Sean Herlihy

The Future of Health in Cuba – Traci Potterf

The Island’s Healthcare Legacy – Robert Huish

‘Cuentapropismo’ in a Socialist State – Emma Phillips

Opportunities and Implications – Eloise Linger

Part II: CUBA IN THE COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE

Economic Reform in Cuba and China – Adrian Hearn

Economic Transition in Comparison – Enrique Pumar

Globalization in Havana and Moscow – Mervyn Bain

Caribbean Influence on Cuban Transition – Jorge Luis Romeu

Part III: CHANGING INSTITUTIONS

International Newtorks and Change – Cristina C. Lopez-Gottardi

Analysis of Cuban Special Capital – Jorge Sanguinetty

Examining Cuban Civil Society – Bea Reaud

Ideology in Cuban Journalism – Juan Orlando Pérez González

Internet Policy and User’s Practices – Iris Cepero

Improvements in the Cuban Legal System – James Manahan

Part IV: MAKING MATERIAL CULTURE

Art in a Changing Cuba – Natania Remba

Material Culture Across Revolutions – Raúl Rubio

Jésus Díaz Rewrites Cuban Exile – Antonio Daniel Gómez

Dissonance in the Revolution – Juan Carlos Albarrán