“These essays present views on economic issues that are as close to official positions as one can find in English.”
--Journal of Economic Literature

“Serve[s] to redress… the bias in the study of the island’s economy due to it having been made chiefly by analysts looking from the outside in and often with ideologically tinted glasses.”
--International Journal of Cuban Studies

Useful for understanding the economic challenges that Raul inherited.
--Latin American Research Review

Sets a good precedent to analyze and understand the measures that began to be implemented since 2011.
--Caribbean Studies