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"The Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (ASCE) is a non- profit and non-political professional organization incorporated in the state of Maryland in 1990. Affiliated with the American Economic Association and the Allied Social Sciences Association of the United States, ASCE maintains professional contacts with social scientists throughout the world who are interested in engaging in scholarly discussion and research on Cuba and its comparative development."

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The forces in favour of re-establishing relations with Cuba are now too strong to resist, says Ted Henken, a former president of the think-tank the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy. "There was a lot of speculation about whether Trump would introduce a 180-degree reversal or cancellation of ...
Commentary by Ted A. Henken, an associate professor of Sociology and Latin American Studies at Baruch College, City University of New York and co-author of the book "Entrepreneurial Cuba: The Changing Policy Landscape." He is a past president of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy ...

Another country stole attention at the opening session of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy conference in Miami as the impact on Cuba of the potential end of Venezuelan oil largesse became a prime topic for debate. Faced with mounting energy problems, Cuban officials announced strict ...
A rising number of Cubans are fleeing for the United States as relations thaw between the two countries — not because they think it's easier, but because they're afraid that it will soon get a lot harder. Rumors are spreading across the island that the special immigration status the United States has afforded ...
Cuentapropista (a Cuban entrepreneur) is a term that up until a few years ago would not have been used to describe a large sector of Cuba's centralized and still heavily planned economy. But despite heavy odds, I have recently witnessed the proliferation of Cuban entrepreneurship and its positive effects ...
In late 2010, after years of antagonistic policies toward Cuba's tiny private sector, the Cuban government dramatically altered its approach in order to unleash its employment potential. Since then the sector has grown from less than 150,000 licensed operators to more than half a million. When combined ...

The exact path remains uncertain, but Cuba's economy is on the move. Bright-eyed capitalists have been thumping their tails since President Obama gave the nod last December to restoring diplomatic relations, but the island's economic model was already in flux. In 2011, the Sixth Congress of the Communist Party outlined ...
Cuban GDP by sector 3Despite economic reforms, the state still dominates. In a paper published last year by the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy, former International Monetary Fund economist Ernesto Hernandez-Cata estimated that Cuba's private and cooperative sector generated 25.3% ...
Betancourt, who co-founded the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy, said Venezuela accounts for about 40 percent of Cuba's trade in goods. We found another estimate that put Venezuelan purchases at 20 percent of Cuba's GDP. Why would Venezuela stop helping Cuba? Venezuela has ...
... Cuba are now too strong to resist, says Ted Henken, a former president of the think-tank the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy.
He is a past president of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (2012-2014). Read his blog and follow him on Twitter @ElYuma.
Another country stole attention at the opening session of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy conference in Miami as the ...
Ted Henken, president of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy and author of Entrepreneurial Cuba: The Changing Policy ...
Cuentapropista (a Cuban entrepreneur) is a term that up until a few years ago would not have been used to describe a large sector of Cuba's ...
Cuentapropista (a Cuban entrepreneur) is a term that up until a few years ago would not have been used to describe a large sector of Cuba's ...
In late 2010, after years of antagonistic policies toward Cuba's tiny private sector, the Cuban government dramatically altered its approach in ...
If you're interested, consider attending the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy's annual conference in Miami. It's a welcoming place where folks ...

In a paper published last year by the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy, former International Monetary Fund economist Ernesto ...
Betancourt, who co-founded the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy, said Venezuela accounts for about 40 percent of Cuba's ...
... Cuba are now too strong to resist, says Ted Henken, a former president of the think-tank the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy.
He is a past president of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (2012-2014). Read his blog and follow him on Twitter @ElYuma.
Another country stole attention at the opening session of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy conference in Miami as the ...
Ted Henken, president of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy and author of Entrepreneurial Cuba: The Changing Policy ...
A rising number of Cubans are fleeing for the United States as relations thaw between the two countries — not because they think it's easier, ...
Cuentapropista (a Cuban entrepreneur) is a term that up until a few years ago would not have been used to describe a large sector of Cuba's ...
If you're interested, consider attending the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy's annual conference in Miami. It's a welcoming place where folks ...
In a paper published last year by the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy, former International Monetary Fund economist Ernesto ...
Betancourt, who co-founded the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy, said Venezuela accounts for about 40 percent of Cuba's ...
... City University of New York and co-author of the book "Entrepreneurial Cuba: The Changing Policy Landscape." He is a past president of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (2012-2014). Read his blog and follow him on Twitter @ElYuma.
Ileana Diaz, a researcher at the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy, states in an article that "50 years of centralization and hyper-centralization haven't shown increases in efficiency" and suggests that "the policy that limits autonomy be ...
Losing Castor, which is unlikely, would be a blow to the Cuba Trade Act's chances of passing, said Ted Henken, former president of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy. Not only is Castor among the most outspoken elected officials on the ...
But, please understand this: I'm not an expert on the subject, I don't have full access to the internet, I don't deal with sensitive data, I don't work for the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy and OnCuba doesn't pay for me to write down ...
Another country stole attention at the opening session of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy conference in Miami as the impact on Cuba of the potential end of Venezuelan oil largesse became a prime topic for debate.
Ted A. Henken Former President of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (ASCE) and Baruch College (CUNY) Professor.
Lorenzo Perez on Obama's upcoming trip to Cuba. CCTV America's Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Lorenzo Perez, a former deputy director for the International Monetary Fund.
Ted Henken, president of the non-profit research group Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy and associate professor of black and Latino studies at Baruch College in New York, told CPJ the Cuban blogosphere today is well-developed and diverse ...
Ted A. Henken Former President of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (ASCE) and Baruch College (CUNY) Professor.
Why the U.S. Should Embrace the Rise of Cuba's Entrepreneurs. 01/25/2016 08:48 am ET | Updated 3 hours ago. Ted A. Henken Former President of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (ASCE) and Baruch College (CUNY) Professor.
This would help Cuba use its workforce more efficiently and provide its people with more and better jobs, according to the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (ASCE).26 To lessen a dangerous dependence on a faltering Venezuelan economy, ...


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