Cuba: The Limits of Reform

Cuba is in a transition, but a transition to what? Listen to Rafael J. Betancourt talk about the inner infrastructure, advances, and inefficiencies of the Cuban economy.

Dr. Betancourt, a professor at San Gerónimo University College of Havana, University of Havana, Cuba, was visiting Costa Rica for the Academy of Social and Solidarity Economy Conference that was held at the University of Costa Rica.  After the conference, he visited Monteverde to share about how Cuba is changing and experiencing a new economy.

Presentation by Rafael J. Betancourt on November 26, 2016.
Recorded live, in English, at the Monteverde Institute.

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