The Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy usually holds its annual conference in late July. This year, the COVID pandemic made that impossible. In its place we have been working hard, to offer people interested in contemporary issues the study of Cuban society, politics, economy and law an accessible, alternative program.
We will offer six panels over three days. Four of the events are organized as traditional panels and roundtables. They include:
(1) The Cuban Economy and Prospects after COVID-19;
(2) The Cuba Venezuela Relationship;
(3) "Destrabando" the Cuban Economy: An Assessment of Reforms and the Road Ahead; and
(4) a Roundtable on Developments in Moving Beyond Cuba's Dual Currency System.
Lastly we continue with our tradition of highlighting the work of undergraduate and graduate students. This year we host presentations by the winners of the ASCE student paper competition which include young scholars from Oxford and Harvard Universities, and the University of Massachusetts.
Please consider joining us for one of the six panels. You may register for each individually or for all of them.