The influence of culture on economic development in Solomon Islands: a political-economy perspective
"In this paper, I present a political-economy critique of culturally based explanations for uneven development progress in Solomon Islands. I argue that the behaviours frequently blamed for slowing economic development and social progress are primarily driven by perverse material incentives prevailing under existing policy and institutional settings. While various cultural factors doubtlessly influence behaviour, the behaviours that commentators and development practitioners are most concerned...[Show more]
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