Philippine mining capitalism: the changing terrains of struggle in the neoliberal mining regime

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Camba, Alvin A.;
(2016)
  • Publisher: AUT
  • Journal: issn: 1999-2521, eissn: 1999-253X
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.14764/10.ASEAS-2016.1-5
  • Subject: Wirtschaftspolitik | Neoliberalismus | Wirtschaft | Wirtschaftssektor | natural resources | social movement | Ecology, Environment | Umweltverschmutzung | Wettbewerbsfähigkeit | competitiveness | soziale Bewegung | Umweltschaden | Ecology | Economic Sectors | developing country | Southeast Asia | Wirtschaftssektoren | Philippines | Ökologie und Umwelt | Resource Conflicts | Philippinen | economic sector | Political Economy of Development | H | J | neoliberalism | mining | protest | Bergbau | natürliche Ressourcen | Entwicklungsland | Ökologie | conflict potential | Political science | sustainable development | Economics | Social Sciences | Konfliktpotential | environmental pollution | erosion | economic policy | Protest Politics | nachhaltige Entwicklung | Südostasien | environmental damage

"This article analyzes how the mining sector and anti-mining groups compete for mining outcomes in the Philippines. I argue that the transition to a neoliberal mineral regime has empowered the mining sector and weakened anti-mining groups by shifting the terrains of str... View more
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