- 2014 Cuba Research Trip Report, by the Cuba Cooperative Working Group (July, 2014).
- Just Ahead: Cuba’s Cooperative Groundswell, by SOL2 Economics President Eric Leenson (2015);
- Cuban Remix, by Stanford Social Innovation Review contributors Julia Sagebien and Eric Leenson (Winter, 2015);
- Cuban Cooperative Leaders Visit D.C., by NCBA-CLUSA (May, 2015);
- Opportunities and Challenges for Agricultural Trade with Cuba, by Michael V. Beall, President and CEO of NCBA-CLUSA (April, 2015);
- Whither Cuba?, by Truth-Out contributor Cliff DuRand (April, 2015);
- A Cuban Economic “Update” with an Emphasis on Worker and Producer Cooperatives: 498 Enterprises Approved So Far, by the International Organisation of Industrial and Service Cooperatives (September, 2014);
- Unexpected Cuba, by New Left Review contributor Emily Morris (July/August, 2014);
- The New Realities of Running a Business in Cuba, by Christian Science Monitor (CSM) contributor Jonathan Wolfe (July, 2014);
- U.S. Co-Ops Offer Support to Cuban Startups, by CubaNews contributor Doreen Hemlock (September, 2014);
- Private Initiative Finds Garbage Profitable in Cuba, by Inter Press Service (IPS) contributor Patricia Grogg (October, 2013);
- Can Workers’ Democracy in Cuba’s New Non-Agricultural Cooperatives Co-Exist with Authoritarianism?, by thecubaneconomy.com contributor Arch Ritter (October, 2013).
- No Hay Cambio Sin Entendimiento, por Varios Autores para Juventud Rebelde (Mayo 2015);
- Un Proceso Amplio, Riguroso, y Planificado, por Julio Martinez Molina para Granma (Febrero 2015);
- Para un Crecimiento Inclusivo: Empresas No Estatales Responsables en Cuba, por Rafael Betancourt y Julia Sagebien para Temas, Revista Cultural Cubana (Julio/Agosto/Septiembre 2013).
- A New Economic Model Grows in Cuba, by NPR / Latino USA’s Jonathan Wolfe (November, 2014).
- US-Cuba Cooperative Working Group Public Meeting, hosted by American University’s School of International Service’s Global Environmental Politics program (May 2015).
- Razones – Social Entrepreneurship in Cuba is a 30-minute documentary that explores the emergence of innovative enterprises and their commitment to social responsibility and inclusion within Cuba’s new economic openings.