Economic decline and political reform in Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea occupies a special place in discussions of the relationship between politics and development. On the one hand, it is one of the few post-colonial states to haee maintained an unbroken record of formal democracy over a significant period of time. This successful record of democratic persistence is, however, deceptive. there has been a growing crisis of governance and a steady economic decline across mane sectors since independence in 1975.
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