4 edition of Cuban economic policy and ideology found in the catalog.
Cuban economic policy and ideology
|Series||Sage professional papers in international studies ; ser. no. 02-044|
|LC Classifications||HD9114.C89 R6|
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|Pagination||70 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||75009036|
With official economic growth a meager percent in the first six months of the year, a sugar harvest of just over one million tons — one of the worst in Cuban history, a growing trade deficit. Journalist T. J. English, for example — the author of an earlier book on the Westies, Manhattan’s Hells Kitchen’s gang — claims in his book, Havana Nocturne: How the Mob owned Cuba and then Lost it to the Revolution, that the mob “had infiltrated a sovereign nation and taken control of financial institutions and the levers of.
In his book Russia: From Real Socialism to Real Capitalism (), Cuban historian Ariel Dacal argued that “the great merit of this policy, albeit contradictory,” was as “an alternative for development against capitalism” in non-developed countries. Such views are echoed by sections of the left internationally. On Ma , U.S. Pres. Barack Obama arrived in Cuba, becoming the first sitting U.S. president to do so since the Cuban revolution in His visit was the culmination of efforts from both countries to bridge the divides that separated the two .
Under the rule of Fidel Castro, the nation of Cuba underwent significant economic, political, and social changes. In the Cuban Revolution, Castro and an associated group of revolutionaries toppled the ruling government of Fulgencio Batista, forcing Batista out of power on 1 January Castro, who had already been an important figure in Cuban society, went on to serve as Prime Minister from. Fidel Castro, the Communist Dictator of Cuba, has died at the age of There have been those, over the decades, who have held him up as some paragon of a .
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Cuban economic policy and ideology: The ten million ton sugar harvest (Sage professional papers in international studies ; ser. ) [Sergio Roca] on *FREE*. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roca, Sergio.
Cuban economic policy and ideology. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage Publications, © (OCoLC) “A unique and indispensable introduction into the economic thinking and analyses of thirteen Cuban economists committed to the successful continuation (albeit with needed modification) of the Cuban project in process since ”—Sinan Koont, author of Sustainable Urban Agriculture in Cuba.
Most scholarship on the Cuban economy is provided by analysts looking from the outside in. Cuban Format: Hardcover. The Cuban economy has been transformed over the course of the last decade, and these changes are now likely to accelerate. In this edited volume, prominent Cuban economists and sociologists present a clear analysis of Cuba’s economic and social circumstances and suggest steps for Cuba to reactivate economic growth and improve the welfare of its citizens.
Cuban economic policy and ideology: the ten million ton sugar harvest. Beverly Hills, Calif: Sage Publications. MLA Citation. Roca, Sergio. Cuban economic policy and ideology: the ten million ton sugar harvest / Sergio Roca Sage Publications Beverly.
Cuba in the Special Period: Culture and Ideology in the s Ariana Hernandez-Reguant This collection is a Cuban economic policy and ideology book evaluation of the impact of market reforms in Cuba’s cultural policies and practices after the fall of the Soviet bloc. Book Description.
Cuban studies is a highly dynamic field shaped by the country's distinctive political and economic circumstances. Mauricio A. Font and Carlos Riobo offer an up-to-date and comprehensive survey offering the latest research available from a broad array of disciplines and perspectives.
In this sense, Cuba appears as a difficult case because both supporters and critics of Cuban socialism tend to associate its ideology with the Cuban state. Studies of ideology, particularly in socialist or formerly socialist states, frequently treat ideology as a curtain that state power hides behind and that loses its meaning once its mechanism is revealed.
It identifies the specificities of Cuban ideology in terms of the relationship between politics and national identity, Cuba’s counterhegemonic position in world politics and the demands placed Author: Rosi Smith.
Fidel may be a dunce concerning economic policy but he has a genius for public relations. He managed to put the blame for the economic failures of Cuba on the American embargo. Cuba if it has the funds can buy from other countries what it is prohibited from buying from the U.S.
because of the embargo. It identifies the specificities of Cuban ideology in terms of the relationship between politics and national identity, Cuba’s counterhegemonic position in world politics and the demands placed on Cuban citizens in terms of political and social : Rosi Smith.
After the Cuban Revolution, the United States recognized Fidel Castro’s government but began imposing economic penalties as the new regime increased its trade with the Soviet Union. In contrast to official slogans and fiats, Cuba’s living ideology is a decentralized phenomenon, continually adapting, informing, and responding to daily life, without losing sight of the fundamental national principles of socioeconomic equality, unified leadership, and inclusive nationalism.
Tracing Cuba’s ideological history, Gordy first looks at the ways in which the 19th century wars of. The “social purpose” of the economy, as it is called, is a pillar of the socialist model of socio-political organization in Cuba.
Thus, by examining the evolution of Cuban social policy, we can uncover the direction and options for change in society based on this model. Castro’s Cuba: Politics and Ideology. The Problem of Democracy in Cuba: Between Vision and Reality Carollee Bengelsdorf ISBN (paper) Oxford University Press, S.
The Revolution Is for the Children: The Politics of Childhood in Havana and Miami, Anita Casavantes Bradford ISBN (paper). Inthe American sociologist and academic Daniel Bell (–) published The End of Ideology. It became a classic book in official political science.
The publication was listed by Times Literary Supplement as one of the most influential non-fiction books in the second half of the 20th century. While there were other “end of [ ].
A corollary to such hypothesis is that evaluations of Cuba’s economic performance and its government policy goals fromor over any particular period since then, should take into account that such policies were guided by an objective function where economic variables carried much less weight than they generally do in other societies.
What we’ve learned today is that the people of Cuba are poor because of awful economic policy. Other nations (most of which started in worse shape) have become much richer. Perfect policy would be great, but even decent policy creates enough “breathing room” for more prosperity.
Unfortunately, even that’s not allowed in Cuba. Fidel Castro’s economic legacy will be one of failure – but not perhaps quite as catastrophic a failure as his many detractors would insist. The Cuba. The economy of Cuba is a largely planned economy dominated by state-run government of Cuba owns and operates most industries and most of the labor force is employed by the state.
Following the fall of the Soviet Union inthe ruling Communist Party of Cuba encouraged the formation of worker co-operatives and r, greater private property and free Country group: Upper-middle income economy. This study examines Fulgencio Batista’s domestic economic policies and programs during the Second Batistano – his rule of Cuba from Ma to Decem During this period Batista launched the largest and most expensive economic stimulus programs in the island’s history.
His administration borrowed.The second part of the book examines public opinion on race in Cuba, particularly among black Cubans.
It examines how black Cubans have indeed embraced the dominant nationalist ideology that eschews racial affirmation, but also continue to create spaces for black consciousness that challenge this ideology.Educational Policy in Socialist Cuba: the Lessons of Forty Years of Reform By Sheryl Lutjens [The following article appeared early in year in Spanish translation in the book Cuba: Construyendo Futuro, published by the Spanish Foundation for Marxist Research.] Besides the closer relationship of economic and educational policy and the.