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Satish Chand, Papua New Guinea economic survey: transforming good luck into policies for long-term growth
Samuel Kriss Koyama, Reducing agency problems in incorporated land groups
Peter G. Kora, Small and medium enterprises in Papua New Guinea: performance and growth prospects
Benjamin Reilly, Ethnicity, democracy and development in Papua New Guinea
Craig Sugden, Putting the Enhanced Cooperation Package to the test
Pacific and Assistance Division Commonwealth Treasury, ‘Putting the Enhanced Cooperation Package to the test’- a response
Denis Ives, Public sector reform in Papua New Guinea— the saga continues
Jock R. Anderson and Andrew N. Parker, Towards agricultural growth in Papua New Guinea
Lawrence Sause, Political limitations to the organisation and supply of quality and timely policy advice in Papua New Guinea
David Lea, Can democratic reform enhance Papua New Guinea’s economic performance?
Jon Fraenkel, Electoral engineering in Papua New Guinea: lessons from Fiji and elsewhere
Steven Gosarevski, Helen Hughes and Susan Windybank, Is Papua New Guinea viable?