Comparative economic performance in Papua New Guinea and Fiji
Despite possessing very different resource and skills bases, Papua New Guinea and Fiji have followed remarkably similar paths of development since 1970. Underlying this has been the comparable evolutionary path of the respective countries' institutions, policies towards international trade and governance. Success in economic and social development in both countries has been unsatisfactory, particularly for Papua New Guinea. The adoption of inappropriate institutions and inward-looking policies...[Show more]
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