- Author:John Millett,P. A. McGavin
- Publisher:East-West Center (April 1, 1994)
- Pages:36 pages
- Subcategory:Management & Leadership
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P. A. McGavin, John Millett.
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In this year's economic survey of Papua New Guinea, we look at the possibilities for .
In this year's economic survey of Papua New Guinea, we look at the possibilities for reaching the forms and levels of investment necessary to raise income and employment, and thus accommodate the population growth expected over the next 25 years. Many of the problems in the forestry sector reported recently in Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu are symptoms of the inefficiency and inequity of the revenue distribution system specified by the logging contract used in these Melanesian countries. Logging contract systems are in need of change-they are leading to environmentally destructive exploitation and poor returns to landowners.
Papua New Guinea (PNG) is facing one of the greatest potential epidemics if actions are not undertaken or are not successful in controlling the spread of the virus
Papua New Guinea (PNG) is facing one of the greatest potential epidemics if actions are not undertaken or are not successful in controlling the spread of the virus. This study explores the potential economic impact of HIV/AIDS in PNG. It focuses on the macroeconomic and sectoral impacts for PNG if an epidemic should follow along the paths of selected countries in sub- Saharan Africa. The results demonstrate the potential for HIV/AIDS to exacerbate poverty in PNG, an issue of great concern to the PNG government and its development partners.
Papua New Guinea: Economic Recovery from the Bougainville Crisis and . McGavin, P. The Labour Market in Papua New Guinea: a Survey and Analysis. Port Moresby: Institute of National Affairs, 1986.
Papua New Guinea: Economic Recovery from the Bougainville Crisis and Prospects for the 1990s. Economic Papers (Sydney) v. 11, no. 2, June 1992, pp. 13-31. Port Moresby: Institute of National Affairs, 1989. McKay, C. I. Private Sector Localisation and Economic Development in Papua New Guinea. Port Moresby: Institute of National Affairs, 1983. National Planning Office.
Deforestation in Papua New Guinea has been extensive in recent decades and is continuing at an estimated rate of . % of tropical forest being lost annually. Deforestation in Papua New Guinea is mainly a result of illegal logging, which contributed to 70% of all timber exports, one of the highest rates in the world.
The economy of Papua New Guinea is largely underdeveloped. It is dominated by the agricultural, forestry, and fishing sector and the minerals and energy extraction sector.
Manning, Michael, Development and Performance of Management Agencies in Papua New Guinea Agriculture.
vi, 42 pp. ISBN 0-86638-156-2. Manning, Michael, Development and Performance of Management Agencies in Papua New Guinea Agriculture. 106 pp. ISBN 9980-77-109-7. Millett, John, Private Sector Development in Papua New Guinea. 142 pp. ISBN 9980-77-100-3. 13. Millett, John, Privatisation in Papua New Guinea: Limited Scope, Slow Progress 1993. 62 p. ISBN 9980-77-192-5.
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