Omar Everleny Pérez Villanueva

Omar Everleny Pérez Villanueva is Professor in the Department of Economics and a Researcher at the Center for the Study of the Cuban Economy at the University of Havana.

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Cover: The Cuban Economy in a New Era: An Agenda for Change toward Durable DevelopmentThe Cuban Economy in a New Era: An Agenda for Change toward Durable DevelopmentDomínguez, Jorge I.
Pérez Villanueva, Omar Everleny
Barberia, Lorena
PAPERBACK01/08/2018$29.99
Cover: Cuban Economic and Social Development: Policy Reforms and Challenges in the 21st CenturyCuban Economic and Social Development: Policy Reforms and Challenges in the 21st CenturyDomínguez, Jorge I.
Pérez Villanueva, Omar Everleny
Prieto, Mayra Espina
Barberia, Lorena
PAPERBACK03/26/2012$24.99
Cover: The Cuban Economy at the Start of the Twenty-First CenturyThe Cuban Economy at the Start of the Twenty-First CenturyDomínguez, Jorge I.
Pérez Villanueva, Omar Everleny
Barberia, Lorena
PAPERBACK03/01/2005$24.99
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