Public Expenditure, Decentralisation and Service Delivery in Papua New Guinea: Tracking Budgets to Health Clinics
Forty years post-independence, Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) development aspirations remain unmet. Important social and human development indicators have stagnated, as has the delivery of basic public services, especially for PNG’s large rural populace. Over the last decade, PNG has experienced strong economic growth from an extended resource boom. Much of the increased revenues generated have been invested into public expenditure reforms aimed at improving service...[Show more]
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