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Social policies and institutional reform in post-COVID Cuba

Author: Bert Hoffmann
Publisher: Opladen : Verlag Barbara Budrich, 2021.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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[Place of publication not identified] : BARBARA BUDRICH, 2021
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bert Hoffmann
ISBN: 9783847416920 3847416928
OCLC Number: 1267987490
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Social Policies and Institutional Reform in Post-COVID Cuba: A Necessary Agenda (Bert Hoffmann)Part I: Social PoliciesGovernance Challenges in Contemporary Cuba: Social Policies and the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (Laurence Whitehead)Social Policy in Cuba: Public Administration Challenges and Achievements (Betsy Anaya Cruz / Anicia Garcia Alvarez)"Who is Going to Take Care of Me?" Care and Ageing in Cuba: a Social Policy Challenge (Blandine Destremau)Habitat Management in Old Havana: Housing Cooperatives as an Urban Resilience Mechanism for Comprehensive Rehabilitation and Sustainable Tourism (Mireia Carrasco Ferri / Maria Jimenez Campos)Food Access in Cuba: Current Situation and Challenges (Anicia Garcia Alvarez / Betsy Anaya Cruz) Part II: Institutional Transformation of economic lifeThe difficulties of Institutional Change in Cuba (Jose Antonio Alonso / Pavel Vidal)"Neither Plan nor Market". Problems and Coherence of the Gradualist Reform Approach (Marcel Kunzmann)Multiple Economies and Everyday Resistance in Cuba: A Bottom-up Transition (Louis Thiemann / Claudia Mare)Bailarin, Bailador, Callejero, Inflador: Being/Becoming Professional on Cuba's Dance Scene (An ethnographic Approach) (Ruxandra Ana) Cuban Institutional Reform and the Crossroads of Inequality in the 21st Century (Rosa Maria Voghon Hernandez)Part III: Constitutional reform and beyondCuba's 2019 Constitution and Socialist Constitutionalism: Realities and Challenges (Jose Chofre-Sirvent)The Reception of International Treaties in Cuba in the Light of the 2019 Constitution (Carmen Anton Guardiola)Deliberation in the Constitutional Reform Process: Cuba in Comparative Context (Yanina Welp)Stable Change in Cuba after the Constitutional Referendum (Francisco Sanchez)Index
Responsibility: Bert Hoffmann (ed.).


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