Cuba: Past and Present


Jeffrey K. Martinez (Editor)

Series: Latin American Political, Economic, and Security Issues

Based on extensive research at the Cuban National Archive, Cuba: Past and Present examines how the Spanish Administration established the embargo of properties during the Ten Years War in April 1869.

Results of training in pregraduate and postgraduate studies in the universities of Holguín and Cienfuegos are examined in an effort to study the processes of inclusion in higher education.

The authors investigate inequality trends in Cuba in recent decades through applying quantitative and qualitative methodologies on existing household/individuals surveys.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Bienes Embargados: The Administration of Embargoed Properties during the Ten Years War
(Alessia Bonanno, PhD, BTO Recherche, Luxembourg, Luxembourg)

Chapter 2. Inclusive Education in Cuban Higher Education
(Elsie Alejandrina Pérez Serrano, Elsa María Hernández Ochoa and Roberto Velázquez Herrera, Teacher Training Department, International Iberoamerican University, Campeche, México)

Chapter 3. Patterns of Economic Inequality in Monetary and Non-Monetary Assets in Cuba
(Sara Romanò and Francesco Schettino, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society, University of Turin, Turin, Italy, and others)


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