UPNG Economics students star at Precinct launch
By Stephen Howes
12 November 2015
The Precinct, which brings together the UPNG School of Business and Public Policy and its next-door neighbour, the PNG Institute of Public Administration, was launched by Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and three PNG Ministers: Public Services Minister Puka Temu, Higher Education Minister Malakai Tabar and Foreign Minister Rimbink Pato.
Through the Precinct, the Development Policy Centre, as part of the Crawford School of Public Policy, is leading the ANU engagement with the UPNG School of Business and Public Policy (where Economics is located). We have had two lecturers in place there this year, Rohan Fox and Michael Cornish, and will be sending more up next year.
About the author/s
Stephen Howes is the Director of the Development Policy Centre and a Professor of Economics at the Crawford School.