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New Capitalist Order

New Capitalist Order

Privatization And Ideology In Russia And Eastern Europe

Examines why privatization was so popular immediately after the fall of communism, and why it has failed in its intended goals of improving the economies of postcommunist countries.

Parties And Unions In The New Global Economy

Parties And Unions In The New Global Economy

A comparative examination of how union leaders in Spain, Mexico, and Venezuela respond when the political parties traditionally allied with labor enact laws harmful to workers.

Cuba After the Cold War

Cuba After the Cold War

Ten original essays by an international team of scholars specializing in Cuba, the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, and Latin America focus on the fall of communism in Europe and the transition to a market economy in Cuba.

Peru and the International Monetary Fund

Peru and the International Monetary Fund

Thomas Scheetz shows that the Internationaly Monetary Fund’s approach in 1980s Peru did not addresses the roots of debt and financial crisis, but instead instituted a series of inadequate stopgap policies.

Cuban Sugar Policy from 1963 to 1970

Cuban Sugar Policy from 1963 to 1970

Translated by Marguerite Borchardt and H. F. Broch de Rothermann

After providing background information on Cuba’s pre-revolutionary economy, Brunner explores the effects of Communist ideology and the U.S. embargo on the country’s resources and trade, and analyzes the problems Cuba faced in shifting from trade with the U.S. to trade with the Soviet Union and Soviet bloc.

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