Poverty, risk and informal insurance in remote Papua New Guinea
This thesis examines aspects of poverty, risk and coping mechanisms in remote rural Papua New Guinea. The three essays draw on a unique cross sectional data set, collected in February 2012, from a study area in Obura Wonenara District in Eastern Highlands Province. The essays contribute to filling a gap in the literature on poverty in Papua New Guinea, which, to date, has had limited household studies of poverty in remote areas, and has largely neglected the...[Show more]
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