The Economy of the Philippines: Elites, Inequalities and Economic Restructuring

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Index

a
abaca 26 , 27 , 29 , 105 , 120-1
Aboitiz family 156 , 206 , 238 n12
Abu Sayyaf 46 , 191
accumulation of capital 26-7 , 52-3 , 62 , 165 , 169 ;
in banking 195 ;
by corporations 81 , 185 ;
crisis of 34 ;
in insurance 197 ;
real estate 198-9 ;
retail trade 201-2 , 204
agrarian reform 38 , 41 , 43 , 100-3 , 234 n1;
and aquaculture 134 ;
in banana and pineapple industries 123-4 ;
in coconut industry 117-18 ;
in palm oil 125 ;
in sugar industry 113 , 234 n5(ch.4)
agribusiness 37 , 38 , 43 ;
and agrarian reform 101 , 102 ;
and contract farming 109 , 126-7
agriculture 23 , 36-7 ;
area planted to crops 105 ;
and state policies 9-105 ;
value of crops 103
Agusan 21
air transport 207-8
Alcantara family 138 , 156 , 234 n4(ch.4)
ancestral domains 38 , 90 , 92 , 101 , 154 , 155
aquaculture 131-4
Aquino, President 44 , 100 , 234 n5(ch.4)
ASEAN 54 , 147
Asian Development Bank 156 , 206
automobile industry 178-82
Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao 46
Ayala family 120 , 196 , 198-9 , 213 , 233 n1, 237 n2

b
banana industry 123-5
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas 193-4
banking industry 35 , 193-6 , 237 notes1,2,3 and 4;
see also financial services
Bicol 19 , 27 , 75
BIMP-EAGA 135 , 205
biophysical environment 15-22 , 89-92 ;
energy resources 158-9 ;
fisheries 129 ;
mining 154-5 ;
prawn industry 133 ;
timber industries 137-8
bosses 7
Build-Operate-Transfer law 57 , 78 , 155-6
Bukidnon 22 , 111 , 123 , 126
bureaucracy 8 , 28 , 94 , 223

c
cacao 120
Cagayan Valley 26 , 32 , 93
and rice 105 ;
and maize 108
Calabarzon 75 , 148-51
capital 9 ;
fractions of 35 , 50 , 98-9 , 186 , 233 n5 and n6;
flight of 40 , 44 ;
see also accumulation of capital
cattle 110 , 111
Cebu 21 , 74
Central Bank 193
chemical industries 183-4
China 34
Chinese residents 26 , 35 , 51 , 93 , 146 , 162 , 168
coal 158
Cocofed 119 , 234 n7
coconut industries 26 , 29 , 116-19 ;
and monopoly under Cojuangco 43 , 119
coffee 119-20
Cojuangco, Eduardo 43 , 118-19 , 175
Communist Party of the Philippines 38 , 44 , 93, 221 ;
doctrinal split 45 , 48 ;
Concepcion family 175 , 236 n5 and n9
conglomerates 29 , 35 , 110 , 120 , 121 , 175
Congress 37 , 45 , 223
contract farming in maize 109 ;
marine fishing 135 ;
pineapple 123 ;
poultry 112 ;
vegetables 127

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The Economy of the Philippines: Elites, Inequalities and Economic Restructuring
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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Figures viii
  • Tables ix
  • Maps x
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • 1 - Understanding Uneven Development in the Philippines 1
  • 2 - The Emergence of the Space Economy 14
  • 3 - Dispar Ities in Development at the End of the Twentieth Century 54
  • 4 - The Impact of Restructuring in the Primary Sector 98
  • 5 - Restructuring in the Industrial Sector 143
  • 6 - Growth and Problems in the Services Sector 188
  • 7 - The Struggle Against Uneven Development 220
  • Appendix I - Presidents of the Philippines 230
  • Appendix II - Official Exchange Rate of Philippine Peso Against Us$1.00 231
  • Notes 232
  • Bibliography 240
  • Index 259
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