This book disentangles the complex processes of democratic transitions where regime change also requires a shift from a command economy to one based on private ownership. The author focuses on the liberalization of Cuba in the 21st century, and how Cuba's economic identity crisis directly affects the daily lives of its citizens.
Introduction: Liberty.- 1. Revolution in the Age of Reform.- 2. Hammer, Sickle, Fulcrum: Governability and Social Obligation.- 3. Privitization (and loss) of Control.- 4. Cuban Governability and the Possibility of Regime Continuity.- 5. Cuba's Economic Identity Crisis.- 6. Marti's Dream.
Published: 9th May 2019
Country of Publication: CH
Dimensions (cm): 21.01 x 14.81