Booty Capitalism: The Politics of Banking in the Philippines

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List of Interviews
Unless otherwise stated, biographic details are as of last date interviewed, and interviews were conducted in Metro Manila. All interviews were conducted by the author.
Aguirre, Anthony C., and Teodoro O. Arcenas Jr. Chairman of the board and president (respectively), Banco Filipino, April 27, 1993.
Almonte, Jose T. Presidential security adviser and director-general, National Security Council. June 6, 1996, and (by telephone) June 13, 1996.
Anonymous. Business journalist. 1990.
-----. Finance Department official. April 19, 1989.
-----. Former director, Philippine Veterans Bank. May 3l, 1991.
-----. Former presidents of the Bankers Association of the Philippines. 1990.
-----. Former presidents of certain commercial banks. 1989-1991.
-----. Former and current officials of the Central Bank of the Philippines. 1990, 1991, and 1993.
-----. International economist. Mid- 1990.
-----. Merchant banker. September 12, 1989.
Babst, Chester. Executive vice president, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation; past president of the Bankers Association of the Philippines. April 27 and May 3, 1990.
Barin, Fe. Secretary to the Monetary Board, Central Bank of the Philippines. April 28, 1993.
Bautista, Germelino. Ateneo de Manila University Department of Economics. May 2 and September 22, 1989.
Briones, Leonor. University of the Philippines College of Public Administration; Freedom from Debt Coalition. March 9, 1989.
Broad, Robin, and John Cavanagh. American University and Institute for Policy Studies (respectively). February 8, 1989. Second interview with Robin Broad, August 14, 1989.

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