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From Nemesio to Moncada: Major League Baseball and the Development of a Baseball Identity in Latin America
Baseball is one of the most popular sports in the world, and it has grown to be the most popular sport in a number of Latin American countries. However, that was not always the case. Through this paper, I am doing a study ...
Microentrepreneurs, Microfinance, and Business Training: Cases from Chile
This project will be focusing specifically about the case of Chile and the various organizations aimed to assist entrepreneurs. I aim to use the data and theories of microfinance and small business development to evaluate ...
Exporting U.S. Goods and Services in a Down Economy: Not Just Tilting at Windmills
It is time to recognize that there is a great deal of Latin American influence in the United States and as such, the business practices and needs of both regions overlap. By analyzing Latin American economies and cultures, ...
The Plight of Hispaniola: An Island of Two Conflicting Nations Divided by Extreme Race Ideologies
An Island of Two Conflicting Nations Divided by Extreme Race Ideologies
Writing creatively about identity construction through political displacement
The Game of NAFTA: Winners, Losers and Policy Implications
The North American Free Trade Agreement, which took effect in 1994, lacks a social component. It has hindered economic development in Mexico.