Rolling RAMSI forward: some ideas from the literature
A key challenge for the Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands (RAMSI) is accelerating the rate of growth of the economy. For this to happen, various economic reforms need to be implemented. While some of these are in train, many remain within the long and sometimes windy pipelines of the bureaucracy. Here we draw lessons from the extant literature on aid, economic growth and the political economy of reform. We also consider the need for the ‘deep-rooting’ of...[Show more]
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