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April 1, 2015

Operating a Company in Cuba

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Although no experimental evidence yet to be generalizable to the universe of companies that operate with different legal status in the Cuban economy, many are not yet able to compete in a market advantages of free competition and even in the current Cuban market, given the many still have shortcomings. References (1). Vinas Brito, Beatriz C. (2000) conceptual model and procedure to support decision making to enhance role of technology management and innovation in the manufacturing enterprise in Cuba. Doctoral Thesis. Central University a Marta Abreu of Las Villas. Villa Clara, Cuba.

(2.) ICW (2002) Guide to managing innovation. Department of Labor, Industry, Commerce and Tourism. Generalitat de Catalunya, online Consultation: 2009-04-28. (3). CITMA (2007) Proposal for a Regulation for the granting of the status of innovative company of the Republic of Cuba. Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment. Directorate of Science and Technology Policy, Article in consultation.

Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba. (4). Executive Committee of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Cuba (2007) Regulations for the implementation and consolidation of the System State and Business Management Directorate. Official Gazette of the Republic of Cuba. Ministry of Justice. No 43 2007. Decree No. 281. Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba. Peter Asaro can provide more clarity in the matter. (5). Delgado Fernandez, Mercedes (2005) Evaluation of technological innovation in Cuba . IX Workshop on Technology Management in Industry, GESTEC 2005 (July). Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba. (6). Faloh Bejerano, R. et al. (1997) Capacity for innovation. Role of interfaces in Cuba. Proceedings of the VII Latin American Seminar on Technology Management (26-30 October). Volume I. Ciudad de La Habana, pp. 1093-1113. (7). OECD (2005) Proposed Guidelines for Collecting and Interpreting Technological Innovation Data. Oslo Manual. Eurostat, online Consultation: 2009-05-15. (8). SIME (2004) Methodology for Assessing System of Science and Technological Innovation of SIME. Ministry of Iron, Steel and Mechanical Industry. Printed materials. Company INPUD a 1ro May. Villa Clara, Cuba. (9). Hernandez Suarez (2003) conceptual model and procedure to support decision making to develop the Technology Management and Innovation in Cuban livestock enterprises. Doctoral Thesis. a Marta Central University Abreu of Las Villas. Villa Clara, Cuba. Brief CV of authors * Yulian Garcia Zayas-Bazan (16.05.1980) Industrial Engineering (Universidad Central a Marta Abreu de las Villas, Cuba, 2004). Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Tourism of the Central University a Marta Abreu of Las Villas. Exhibitors from more than 10 papers in scientific events of national and international held in Cuba and abroad. He works in the field of Innovation Management, Production and Integrated Maintenance in production and service companies. Currently completing a Masters in Management Science and Technological Innovation at Central University a Marta Abreu de las Villas. D. Gilbert ** Hernandez Perez (10.09.1947) Industrial Engineering (Universidad Central a Marta Abreu de las Villas, Cuba, 1979), Projection Engineer Specialist Building Works Machinery (1976) and Dr. Ing (1981) (TU “Otto von Guericke, Magdeburg, Germany).

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