Perceptions on governance and corruption in PNG’s public service

Public Seminar


Grant Walton, Fellow, Development Policy Centre, ANU


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Wednesday, 31 July, 2019 - 12:30 to 13:30

The Papua New Guinea (PNG) government and international donors have spent millions of kina trying to improve governance in the country’s bureaucracy. Despite these efforts, there are few indicators of success: many consider PNG’s public service to be rife with corruption.

However, narratives about these problems have excluded public servants’ perspectives: there is little empirical data about why public servants might support or resist corruption and poor governance.

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