While Papua New Guinea's overall GDP growth has been strong as a consequence of the LNG project, Devpolicy Visiting Fellow Paul Flanagan suggests non-resource GDP growth is a better guide for assessing recent changes in economic well-being in PNG.
Mongolia is the only developing country to introduce a resources-to-cash scheme. In a new Devpolicy Discussion Paper, Ying Yeung and Stephen Howes outline the lessons that other countries can draw from the Mongolian experience.
Stop TB Partnership head Lucica Ditiu talks about funding for tuberculosis and the increasing momentum to tackle TB in the Asia-Pacific, in a recent interview with Research Officer Camilla Burkot.
In the latest addition to our series on the Sustainable Development Goals, Ashlee Betteridge discusses the complex understanding of gender and gender equality presented by SDG 5.
Women are underrepresented in many Pacific island country governments. In a new journal article, Terence Wood looks at the case of Solomon Islands, and asks what aid donors might do to help more women attain political office.
- Terence Wood on Who opposed Australia’s aid cuts?
- Garth Luke on Who opposed Australia’s aid cuts?
- Euniter Chepchumba on The effects of aid dependence and the recommendations of the World Bank draft Discussion Note ‘Pacific Futures’
- David Leeming on The persistently high cost of Pacific remittances
- PNG faces 'extraordinary collapse' in revenue going into 2016 budget
Paul Flanagan speaks to Radio Australia.
- Refugee deal has hidden bonuses: policy analyst
Robin Davies interviewed by Phnom Penh Post.
- Lack of road planning in PNG
Matthew Dornan's research featured on EMTV.