Institutional transfer and aid delivery
This paper reports on the results of some research on institutional transfer in the South Pacific, and draws a few lessons for aid. The research compared attempts to transfer a system of registering titles to land (in Melanesia, Larmour 2002c); Westminster-style constitutions (Larmour 2002b); representative democracy; public sector reform and corruption prevention (throughout the South Pacific). It used a framework devised by English political scientists Dolowitz and Marsh (2000) to guide the...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Crawford School of Public Policy|
|Source:||Pacific Economic Bulletin|
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