Post-Colonial Political Institutions in the South Pacific Islands: A Survey

@inproceedings{Fraenkel2013PostColonialPI,
  title={Post-Colonial Political Institutions in the South Pacific Islands: A Survey},
  author={J. Fraenkel},
  year={2013}
}
  • J. Fraenkel
  • Published 2013
  • Geography
  • I arrived at the University of the South Pacific (USP) in December 1995, straight out of the English winter into Fiji’s baking summer, and completed a PhD thesis on the British economy while being chewed by mosquitoes on the balcony at Knolly Street . After several years as a joint appointee of the economics and history/politics departments, I helped set up the new Pacific Institute of Advanced Studies in Governance and Development (PIAS-DG). Teaching mature professional students from around… CONTINUE READING
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