Crime catastrophe - reviewing Papua New Guinea's most serious social and economic problem
Over three decades the law and order situation in Papua New Guinea has deteriorated to a level at least as bad as anywhere in the world, with profound consequences for the legitimacy and integrity of property rights and personal rights. This state of affairs undercuts the attainment of objectives of economic and social development. A fundamental paradigm of economic and social development is effective legal institutions. It is due to poor policy that Papua New Guineans suffer these kinds of...[Show more]
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