Policy not cultural reform needed for development in the Solomon Islands

Some economists have recently attributed development problems in the Pacific to various aspects of Pacific culture. I recently argued… that these problems can more usefully be explained as the result of perverse material incentives, using standard economic frameworks. In this post, I want to elaborate on this argument with specific reference to Solomon Islands (see also my SSGM Discussion Note [pdf] on this topic) [read more…]

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