Generational Change in Cuba?
The Cuban National Assembly recently elected Miguel Diáz-Canel as Cuba’s new president. There has been much media conversation about a generational shift in Cuba. In this report, we discuss the potential for change on the island nation, which has been communist since the 1959 Cuban Revolution.
Reflections on Trade: Part I
The general consensus among economists is that free trade makes the economy more efficient and supports global stability, but the steady erosion of US manufacturing jobs and the shrinking middle class have called this view into question.