Seida Barrera Rodríguez

  • PhD in Juridical Sciences (2018) and JD from the University of Havana, both degrees awarded summa cum laude. Full Professor and associate researcher at the Center for the Study of Cuban Economy (CEEC), University of Havana (since 2015). Coordinator of the Law for Accountancy and Finances program (since 2017). Former researcher (2014-2015) at the Center for Psychological and Sociological Research (CIPS), Ministry of Sciences, Technology and Environment, and the Center for Juridical Research (CIJ), Ministry of Justice (2009–2014). Collaborator at the Center for Hemispheric and United States Studies (CEHSEU), University of Havana (since 2012). Former enterprise prosecutor (2004-2008). Has been Adjunct Professor at other Cuban universities: University of the Arts (ISA), Higher Institute of Design. Visiting scholar and visiting lecturer at universities in United States: University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, University of Virginia, University of South Carolina, Briar Cliff University. Her research interests include the study of ownership and management of State owned enterprises, cooperatives and self-employees in Cuba, business networks and international business. She has taught undergraduate and graduate level courses on those subjects and fields like Commerce Law, Economic Law, Ownership, Financial Law and Introduction to Law for non-lawyers. She has published more than 30 articles and chapters in journals and books edited in Cuba, France, Italy, Mexico, Argentina and Colombia. She has authored one book (forthcoming). She has delivered 34 papers at scientific conferences, colloquia and congresses. Former legal adviser of the Cathedrae for the Study of Complexity (2010-2011).