• Publications
  • Influence
Cannot Manage without The ‚Significant Other’: Mining, Corporate Social Responsibility and Local Communities in Papua New Guinea
The increasing pressure from different facets of society exerted on multinational companies (MNCs) to become more philanthropic and claim ownership of their impacts is now becoming a standardExpand
  • 84
  • 7
Struggling or in transition: Small household growers and the coffee industry in Papua New Guinea
The challenge of ensuring economic opportunities are made available to a country's population is a key function of any government. It is particularly acute in many developing countries where theExpand
  • 13
  • 2
MAKING SENSE OF AN IMPOSED INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS SYSTEM IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA: A REVIEW OF LITERATURE †
often not articulately acknowledged in such debates is how national industrial relations systems in developing countries have progressed after the departure of the colonial powers. This paperExpand
  • 3
  • 2
  • PDF
Impacts of a Fish Kill at Lake Kutubu, Papua New Guinea 1
Abstract Lake Kutubu is a tropical freshwater lake that is internationally renowned for its biodiversity, 12 endemic species of fish, wetlands, and swamp forests. This study reports on a fish killExpand
  • 6
  • 1
  • PDF
Local Laborers in Papua New Guinea Mining: Attracted or Compelled to Work?
Papua New Guineans and mining have become synonymous with civil conflict and turmoil. Numerous works, mainly from the anthropological perspective, have documented the conflict-ridden industry andExpand
  • 12
  • 1
  • PDF
Enga Social Life and Identity in a Papua New Guinea Mining Town
The process of modernisation coupled with division of labour and leisure have had an enormous impact on tribal people. This group of people have responded to the bewildering environment with theExpand
  • 8
  • 1
The Emergence of an Industrial Workforce: Recruitment and Training in the Papua New Guinea Mining Industry
The emergence of an industrial workforce in the Papua New Guinea mining sector and its human resource implications are tentatively explored in the following article. The central theme is the role ofExpand
  • 6
  • 1
A Short History of Mineral Development Policies in Papua New Guinea, 1972-2002
The mineral policy paradox in Papua New Guinea There was a time, during the 1980s, when Papua New Guinea was an attractive place for mineral exploration and investment, because it was seen to have aExpand
  • 14
  • 1
  • PDF