The Philippine Archipelago
This book presents an updated view of the Philippines, focusing on thematic issues rather than a description region by region. Topics include typhoons, population growth, economic difficulties, agrarian reform, migration as an economic strategy, the growth of Manila, the Muslim question in Mindanao, the South China Sea tensions with China and the challenges of risk, vulnerability and sustainable development.
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Regional Organization and Spatial Planning
Spatial Structures of the Philippines Urbanization and Regional Inequalities
Transportation in the Philippines
The Growth of Greater Manila
Managing Metro Manila
Regional Development Policies in the Philippines
Challenges for the Philippines
Towards a Bangsamoro in Mindanao?
The Philippines in the Global Economy
Emerging Tiger? The Paradoxes of the Philippine Economy
Farm Productions and Rural Landscapes
The Philippine Agriculture Weaknesses and Controversies
The Use and Abuse of Sea Resources
Industry vs Services
Global Pinoys The Archipelago of Migration
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