The Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (ASCE) will hold its 26th Annual Meeting on July 28–30 in Miami. The final program can be viewed here.
At the beginning of July, a group of Cuban entrepreneurs completed the InCubando@FIU summer program, consisting of six weeks of basic business and intensive English classes on campus.
Incoming Professor Michael Bustamante will be teaching a class on Cuba's post-1959 history during the fall of 2016.
This lecture by Pedro Campos Santos will analyze socialism as a state construction in Cuba, fundamentally based on the wage exploitation of state property, and will identify the economic, political, and social factors that lead to its failure.
Please join us to celebrate the publication of Dr. Uva de Aragón's detective novel about Cuban-American characters in Miami.
Dr. Jorge Salazar-Carrillo's work seeks to provide a better understanding, ideas, and conclusions to combat the economic woes of the many countries found in the Americas.