Pages tagged by "Papua New Guinea"

From PNG to Canberra

How Crawford is teaching PNG’s public servants

The clientelism trap in Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea, and its impact on aid policy

Clientelism is a central feature of politics in Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea. Most voters vote in search of personalized or localized benefit, and...

Women's representation and electoral system reform in Papua New Guinea: the limitations of limited preferential voting

Papua New Guinea moved to a limited preferential voting (LPV) system prior to the 2007 national election. The shift from first‐past‐the‐post to...

After Papua New Guinea's resource boom: is the Kina overvalued?

Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) resource boom has come to an end. Theory suggests that the real exchange rate (RER) should subsequently depreciate in order to...

Cooking with gas?

Papua New Guinea’s first LNG project.

Mixed blessings

The resource curses plaguing Asia and the Pacific.

Supporting survivors of violence

New funding to tackle gender-based violence in PNG.

Preserving the past

Crawford student’s new book tells tales of his homeland.

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