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Coveting Beijing, But Imitating Moscow: Cuba's Economic Reforms in a Comparative Perspective

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Coveting Beijing, But Imitating Moscow: Cuba's Economic Reforms in a Comparative Perspective is part of the 1995 Annual Proceedings of The Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy.

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  • Jorge F. Pérez-López, 1995. "Coveting Beijing, But Imitating Moscow: Cuba's Economic Reforms in a Comparative Perspective," Annual Proceedings, The Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy, vol. 5.
  • Handle: RePEc:qba:annpro:v:5:y:1995:id:90
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    1. Rawski, Thomas G, 1994. "Chinese Industrial Reform: Accomplishments, Prospects, and Implications," American Economic Review, American Economic Association, vol. 84(2), pages 271-275, May.
    2. Naughton, Barry, 1994. "Chinese Institutional Innovation and Privatization from Below," American Economic Review, American Economic Association, vol. 84(2), pages 266-270, May.
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    1. Mr. Ernesto Hernández-Catá, 2001. "The Fall and Recovery of the Cuban Economy in the 1990's: Mirage or Reality?," IMF Working Papers 2001/048, International Monetary Fund.

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