Although it is not large by global standards, Papua New Guinea’s provision of aid to other Pacific island countries has become a significant part of its regi
In this, the second in a series of In Briefs considering the success or otherwise of the 2002 reforms to Papua New Guinea's Organic Law on National and L
The emergence of a middle class has been identified as an important factor driving economic and political transitions in Asia and Africa.
This In Brief argues that the repeal of Papua New Guinea's Sorcery Act 1971 has been functionally irrelevant for village courts, which face the issue of sorc
Recent experiences in Fiji and Solomon Islands provide examples of roll improvements supported by biometric technology, although the true costs and benefits
This In Brief discusses Papua's New Guinea's (PNG's) developing National Research Agenda (NRA) and the changes that are likely to result to the conduct of re
In April, Papua New Guinea's (PNG's) Registrar of Political Parties, Dr Alphonse Gelu, suggested that current political stability points to ' the emergence o
The way people produce, transact, arrange and remunerate labour, distribute, accumulate, possess, and consume is shaped by their social context.
For many Papua New Guineans, the dominant accounts of 'the economy' – contained within development reports, government documents and the media – do not adequ
This In Brief outlines the role new mobile phone– based research techniques can play in addressing this information deficit.
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