4 edition of Post-independence economic development of Papua New Guinea found in the catalog.
|Statement||P.A.S. Dahanayake, editor.|
|Series||Monograph / Institute of Applied Social and Economic Research ;, 19, Monograph (Institute of Applied Social and Economic Research) ;, 19.|
|Contributions||Dahanayake, P. A. S.|
|LC Classifications||HC683.5 .I23 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 263 p. :|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||84140249|
Modern Papua New Guinea, with its Christianity, bureaucracy, development projects, education, corruption, urban crime, and population explosion, has not received so much attention. Until now. Michael French Smith s VILLAGE ON THE EDGE is a delightful new ethnography based on work in the same village in the mids and then in the late by: 9. This collection of essays, written by the post-independence generation of Papua New Guinea, articulates a vision for the future. It provides an overview of the history of the past twenty-five years, frankly assesses the state-of-the-nation, and addresses its future development. The essays within this volume offer divergent perspectives on Cited by: 7.
Papua New Guinea (PNG; Tok Pisin: Papua Niugini), officially the Independent State of Papua New Guinea, is a country in Oceania, occupying the eastern half of the island of New Guinea and numerous offshore islands (the western portion of the island is a part of the Indonesian provinces of Papua and West Papua).It is located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, in a region defined Capital (and largest city): Port Moresby, . Dahanayake, P.A.S. (ed.) ( a), Post-Independence Economic Development of Papua New Guinea, IASER, Monogr Boroko. Google Scholar — ( b), Collected Papers of the IASER Economic Policy Workshop, IASER Special Publication no. 7, by: 6.
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IASER Conference ( Waigani, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea). Post-independence economic development of Papua New Guinea. Boroko, Papua New Guinea: Institute of Applied Social and Economic Research, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: P A S Dahanayake.
Etymology. The word papua is derived from an old local term of uncertain origin. " New Guinea" (Nueva Guinea) was the name coined by the Spanish explorer Yñigo Ortiz dehe noted the resemblance of the people to those he had earlier seen along the Guinea coast of Africa.
Guinea, in its turn, is etymologically derived from the Portuguese word l and largest city: Port Moresby. Post-independence national development strategy. Waigani: Issued on the authority of the National Planning Committee by the Central Planning Office, (OCoLC) Also issued as: Papua New Guinea.
Central Planning Office. The post-independence national development strategy. Gaire is a coastal village, located kilometres ( mi) by road along to coast to the southeast of the centre of Port Moresby, Papua New at least the early s Gaire has been one of the areas of significant development in the country.
It contains the March Girls Resort on Black Beach, owned by businessman and provincial MP Kila e: Aw. Gender and Development in Papua New Guinea Margaret G. Vatnabar The Role of Churches in Nation Building in Papua New Guinea Daniel K.
Leke Peace Studies as a Process of Peace Building: An Alternative Approach to Violence in PNG, 25 Years and beyond Julienne Kaman Problems of Housing Resources in Papua New Guinea Elizabeth KopelCited by: 7.
The era in question was a period when the young agriculture-based economy of pre-independence and immediate post-independence Papua New Guinea relied on the plantations mostly owned by foreign businesses.
Being labour-intensive, the copra plantations needed manpower. So the plantation owners looked to the mainland. On the eve of Papua New Guinea’s independence in there were many – both within the country and outside – who predicted political anarchy, with the possibility of an army coup or authoritarian single-party dominance, and economic collapse.
Such fears appeared to have been justified when in both the North Solomons (Bougainville) and Papua unilaterally declared. Book Description: On the eve of Papua New Guinea’s independence in there were many – both within the country and outside – who predicted political anarchy, with the possibility of an army coup or authoritarian single-party dominance, and economic collapse.
Economic Development in Papua New Guinea: The New Orthodoxy Review Article* FOLLOWING PAPUA NEW GUINEA'S political independence inmost observers viewed its prospects for economic development with cautious optimism.
The government's strategy for development focussed on welfare objectives and assigned economic growth to a supporting role. A more balanced assessment of where Papua New Guinea stands after 11 years of independence might be gained by looking in somewhat more detail at developments in five broad areas: party politics; the economy; provincial government; the ‘law and order’ issue in its broader socio-economic context, and the Papua New Guinea-Indonesia border.
Development proceeded on a broad front during the s and s, though there was considerable ambiguity about the objectives of Australian policy, with many in Australia and Papua New Guinea believing until well into the s that incorporation of Papua New Guinea as a seventh state of Australia was a serious option, and that economic self.
Abstract [Extract] Micheal Hess has aptly chosen Under rather than And in this book's title; his recurrent theme being that many trade union leaders in Papua New Guinea (PNG) have suffered from the distractions of business and political opportunities created by self-government, political independence and post-independence commitments to economic : Chris Leggett.
period in Papua New Guinea. You will learn about Papua and New Guinea being looked after as separate Protectorates by the British and Germans between and The events after Independence focus on the new government of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea, its social, economic, political achievements, and Size: 3MB.
s Part of the materials in this article are from a book chapter written by this author in MA Kimuli, HA Amankwah and JT Mugambwa, Introduction to the Law of Business Associations in Papua New Guinea () chapter [*] Associate Professor, School of Law, Murdoch University.
Quoted in G K Sharma, Co-operative Laws in Asia and the Pacific: Part III – Present Situation. Building a Nation in Papua New Guinea: Views of the Post-Independence Generation [David Kavanamur, Charles Yala, Quinton Clements] on *FREE* shipping on.
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The article analyses Papua New Guinea's new political institutions, introduced inwhich are designed to encourage the development of a more coherent party system, stabilize the formation of Author: Benjamin Reilly.
H.E. Charles Lepani was director of the PNG National Planning Office from He has subsequently worked as an economic consultant and senior diplomat – including, fromas High Commissioner to Australia. He discusses public sector planning and the formulation of macro-economic policy in PNG in the immediate post-independence years.
Papua New Guinea (Tok Pisin: Papua Niugini) (PNG), officially the Independent State of Papua New Guinea, is a country in Oceania, occupying the eastern half of the island of New Guinea and numerous offshore islands (the western portion of the island is a part of the Indonesian provinces of Papua and West Papua).
It is located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, in a region defined. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Papua New Guinea (PNG) stands at a critical moment in its development. With Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth of over 20 per cent expected forfollowing the start of.
By this move had resulted in the formation of the Territory of Papua New Guinea, the eventual forerunner of today's independent state. Schram's contribution provides a window on the discursive aftermath of this amalgamation in his examination of representations of the New Guinea Highlands in a Papuan mission : Dan Jorgensen.South Sudan: Post-Independence Dilemmas is an interdisciplinary collection of essays which engages with the failure of the newest African State to transition itself successfully to a state and nation after its independence in July The contributors explore the .