Policy-Making and Legislating for Reform in Melanesia: why is it so difficult? Cases from Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu
All Pacific Island countries have embraced policy and management reform - both in rhetoric and practice – as the central strategy for enhancing economic development and effective governance. Donor support and encouragement for this strategy over the past decade has been substantial. Yet reforms have proven difficult to implement in most countries and only partial success can be claimed. Why is reform so elusive? In the course of two recent consultancies undertaken for the FAO in Papua New...[Show more]
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