Biblioteca digital: economía y sociedad
Bringing the Cuban Economy into Focus: Conceptual and Empirical Challenges
Resumen: Two differing views of the economy of contemporary Cuba continue to coexist. One portrays it as dynamic, largely unaffected by inflation, providing full employment for its citizens, diversified, and the unquestioned leader within Latin America in real economic growth in the
1970s and 1980s. The logical conclusion to be drawn from this view is that the Cuban economic model and its implementation in the island have been a success and that other developing countries in Latin America and elsewhere would do well to emulate the Cuban paradigm
Como citar: Pérez-López, J. (1991).