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Securing Village Life: Development in Late Colonial Papua New Guinea
Securing Village Life: Development in Late Colonial Papua New Guinea examines the significance for post-World War II Australian colonial policy of the modern
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Smallholdings, land law and the politics of land tenure in Papua New Guinea
It has been asserted of Papua New Guinea that the nineteenth and twentieth century expansion of capitalism into that country occurred without the commodification of more than a small amount of land.Expand
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The politics of privatisation: The case of the coffee industry corporation in Papua New Guinea
Since the 1970s there has been a continuing international drive to transform state institutions in a wide range of countries. The reforming drive continues to be associated with the idea ofExpand
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‘Just like working for the dole’: Rural households, export crops and state subsidies in Papua New Guinea
Globally national governments have been forced to devise means for dealing with a rising tide of unemployed and semi‐employed. One method used in industrial countries involves reducing the levels ofExpand
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HIV negative people should be responsible for protecting themselves
EDITOR,—Renee Danziger reports on moves to change the emphasis of policy on HIV prevention on the grounds, apparently, that AIDS has become “normalised,” but the evidence that she presents to justifyExpand
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Industrialization and Development. A Comparative Analysis
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Emerging Class in Papua New Guinea: The Telling of Difference
Papua New Guinea left behind the indignities of colonial rule only in the 1970s. Yet, as Deborah Gewertz and Frederick Errington show in this ground-breaking ethnography, some of this new nation’sExpand
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International capital, indigenous accumulation and the state in Papua New Guinea: the case of the Development Bank
Much has been asserted about the comprador status of the bourgeoisie in Africa and the way it has been blackenised at the behest of old colonial powers and new international agencies such as theExpand
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Modernising Tradition: Elections, Parties and Land in Fiji
dpa.bellschool.anu.edu.au Liberal Party (SODELPA) led by another former military officer, Sitiveni Rabuka, were again foremost. In 2014 and 2018, the government’s policies on land were a centralExpand
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