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Serge Belloni, Fiji – on the way to full recovery?
Biman Chand Prasad and Paresh Kumar Narayan, Biman Chand Prasad and Paresh Kumar Narayan
Michael Luzius, Fiji’s furniture and joinery industry: a case study
T.K. Jayaraman and Bert D. Ward, Is the money multiplier relevant in a small, open economy? Empirical evidence from Fiji
Vina Ram-Bidesiand Martin Tsamenyi, Pacific islands tuna fisheries: the fisheries subsidies debate
Teuea Toatu, Getting the institutional environment right for investment and growth in the Pacific
Colin S. Mellor, The labour market in Tuvalu
Jim Fingleton, Is Papua New Guinea viable without customary groups?
Peter Larmour, Institutional transfer and aid delivery
Transform Aqorau, Solomon Islands economic recovery: a people’s approach to economic development
Teuea Toatu, Keeping the Nauru economy afloat
Ron Duncan, Information and communications technology in the Pacific islands marginalisation by monopolisation
Ron Duncan, Swimming Against the Tide? An assessment of the private sector in the Pacific.
Iutisone Salevao, South Pacific Least Developing Countries: towards positive independence.
Elise Huffer, Passage of Change: law, society and governance in the Pacific.
Glenn Banks, Modern Papua New Guinea