Cooperación entre la UE y Cuba para las reformas económicas y productivas. Desafíos de la reforma económica en Cuba
José Antonio Alonso (coord.)
Professor of Applied Economics at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), where he was dean of the Faculty of Economics (1986-1988), director of the Institute for European Studies (1988-1992, 1994-2000) and coordinator of the Doctoral Program in International Relations and European Integration (2000-2009). He is director of the journal “Foreign Affairs Latinoamérica” published in Mexico. He was director of CIDOB (Barcelona Centre for International Affairs) between June 2013 and August 2018. He is a member of FEMISE (Euro-Mediterranean Forum of Economic Science Institutes). From 2000 to 2013, he was co-director of the Institute for European Integration Studies in Mexico, an institution funded by the European Commission and the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico. He is the author of over a hundred publications (articles, book chapters and books) on economic integration, Latin America, Mediterranean economy, monetary institutions and public choice.
José Antonio Alonso (coord.)
Jordi Bacaria y Eloi Serrano
Eduard Soler i Lecha, investigador sénior, CIDOB (coordinated and edited)
Jordi Bacaria Colom, profesor de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona e investigador sénior asociado de CIDOB
Jordi Bacaria, investigador sénior asociado, CIDOB
Eduard Soler i Lecha, Senior Research Fellow and MENARA Project Scientific Coordinator, CIDOB (coord.)
Diego Muro and Eckart Woertz (Eds.)
Eckart Woertz, Senior Research Fellow and Research Coordination, CIDOB (Coord.)
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