July 27th – July 29th, 2017
The Hilton Miami Downtown Hotel
1601 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida 33132
The three-day conference, around the theme “Cuba: Navigating a Turbulent World,” will focus on evaluating the state of the Cuban economy taking into consideration the impending changes in Cuba’s relations with the United States.
One key issue remains whether Cuba will implement the economic reforms needed to stimulate the private sector and attract foreign investment to spur economic growth. Another key issue is what will happen to Venezuela assistance to Cuba and to Cuba’ oil supplies if the economy of Venezuela keeps collapsing. Will Cuba seek to develop and modernize its primitive banking system? When will currency reform be implemented? When will the agricultural sector be restructured to increase productivity and output? Can we expect Cuba to develop its banking system and establish well-functioning capital markets?
2017 ASCE Conference Program (click here)
Click here for details for planned law sessions.
Click here for guidelines for session chairs, presenters, and discussants
To received the discounted rates, participants are to reserve their hotel room by July 4. The conference rate for hotel reservations is $119 per night plus taxes (at 13%). An additional educational discount rate ($109 per night plus taxes) is available for students, teachers, and professors. To register for the $119 per night conference rate use the “ASCE” group code. To qualify for this conference rate, you must register for the conference. For the additional discounted education rate, please register for the $119 per night rate and send an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating in what capacity you qualify (e.g., student at University A, etc..) for the additional discounted education rate. These requests will be consolidated prior to the conference and submitted to the conference hotel for their evaluation.