Small States in the Global Economy

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The book contains fiftyfour tables covering selected economic, social, demographic and Millennium Development Goal indicators culled from international and national sources and presents information unavailable elsewhere. A detailed parallel commentary on trends in Commonwealth small states, looking at growth, employment, inflation, human development, and economic policy, permits a deeper understanding of developments behind the figures.



Sharing Capacity: the Pacific Experience with Regional Co-operation and Integration

The 14 Forum Island Countries (FICs) consist of thousands of islands, comprising 53,000 square kilometres of land, and support a combined population of 6.4 million. These countries are diverse with their own cultures, languages and systems of government. The largest member country is Papua New Guinea, with its rugged mountains and 700 dialects, while the smallest is Nuie, a single upraised coral atoll and home to around 2000 people.


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