Publications

Ezebilo, E. E., & Savadogo, P. (2021). Strategy to improve living conditions in informal settlements in Papua New Guinea: Evidence from Port Moresby. Discussion Paper 190.
Odhuno, F., Ezebilo, E. E. and Goro, J. (2021). The contribution of “Precinct” training to ethical and values-based leadership in Papua New Guinea public service: Empirical evidence from a Tracer survey. NRI Discussion Paper No. 189.
Afolami. A. C., & Ezebilo, E. E. (2021). Strategies for improving coffee production and processing in PNG: Lessons from the top five coffee-producing countries. Discussion Paper 184.
Wangi, T., & Ezebilo, E. E (2021). Determinants of residential property prices as perceived by real estate agents and landlords in Port Moresby. Discussion Paper 183.
Ezebilo, E. E. (2021). Strategic initiatives to boost the competitiveness of coffee production in Papua New Guinea. Spotlight Volume 14, Issue 6.
Ezebilo, E. E. (2020). Visitors’ preferences for improved recreation experience at an urban nature park: Evidence from Port Moresby Nature Park. Discussion Paper 176.
Ezebilo, E. E., & Thomas, M. (2020). Economic analysis of the housing rental market in formal and informal built areas of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Discussion Paper 171.
Ezebilo, E. E. (2020). COVID-19 pandemic as perceived by residents of informal-built areas segment of Port Moresby. Spotlight Volume 13, Issue 17.
Ezebilo, E. E. (2020). Is Papua New Guinea a Christian State? Evidence from the Constitution. Spotlight Volume 13, Issue 11.
Ezebilo, E. E. (2020). Potential strategy to boost aggregate demand for goods and services in Papua New Guinea during the COVID-19 pandemic. Spotlight Volume 13, Issue 10.
Kavan, P., Odhuno, F., & Ezebilo, E. (2019). The perceived impact of corruption on employment growth of micro, small and medium enterprises in Papua New Guinea. Discussion Paper No.170.
Ezebilo, E. E., & Odhuno, F. (2019). Papua New Guinea’s drive to promote micro, small and medium enterprises: Corruption in the public sector must be tackled. Spotlight Volume 12, Issue 13.
Ezebilo, E. E. (2019). An affordable house rent scheme must be considered in housing delivery in Papua New Guinea’s cities and towns. Spotlight Volume 12, Issue 7.
Ezebilo E. E., & Nao, L. (2019). Papua New Guinea’s drive for an improved land administration system: Are we ready? Spotlight Volume 12, Issue 6.
Ezebilo E. E., Nao, L., & Thomas, M. (2019). How much would people pay for a three-bedroom house in Port Moresby? Spotlight Volume 12, Issue 5.
Ezebilo, E. E. (2019). Affordability of houses provided by housing schemes must be considered before implementation in Papua New Guinea. Spotlight Volume 12, Issue 2.
Ezebilo, E. E. (2019). Potential Public-Private Partnership Arrangements for Boosting Affordable Housing Delivery in Papua New Guinea. Spotlight Volume 12, Issue 1.
Savadogo, P., & Ezebilo, E. E. (2018). Potential Public Private Partnership Strategy for Promoting Effective Housing Delivery in Papua New Guinea. Discussion Paper No. 165.
Ezebilo, E. E., Nao, L., Hamago, L., & Thomas, M. (2017). Dynamics of market prices for residential properties in Papua New Guinea: Evidence from Port Moresby. Discussion Paper No. 158.
Ezebilo, E. E., & Hamago, L. (2017). Prospects and challenges in private sector provision of housing in Papua New Guinea: Lessons from Edai Town Development. Discussion Paper No. 157.
Ezebilo, E. (2016). Papua New Guinea's drive to provide affordable housing: Are we ready? Issues Paper 23.
Ezebilo, E. E., & Hamago, L., & Yala, C. (2016). Assessment of market prices for residential properties in Port Moresby: Do location and property type matter? Issues Paper 19.
Ezebilo, E., Hamago, L., & Yala, C. (2016. Assessment of market prices for residential properties in Port Moresby: Do location and property type matter? Issues Paper 19.
Ezebilo E. E., Nao, L., & Thomas, M. (2019). How much would people pay for a three-bedroom house in Port Moresby? Spotlight Volume 12, Issue 5.
Ezebilo, E. (2017). Potential impacts of development projects on house sales and rent prices must be considered before implementation in Papua New Guinea. Spotlight Volume 10, Issue 9.
Ezebilo, E. E. (2017). Private developers have the potential to provide trunk infrastructure in Papua New Guinea: Evidence from Edai Town Development. Spotlight Volume 10, Issue 8.
Nao, L., & Ezebilo, E. (2017). Trunk infrastructure must be established before houses are constructed: Lessons from the Duran Farm housing project in Port Moresby. Spotlight Volume 10, Issue 7.
Hamago, L., & Ezebilo, E. (2017). The log export development levy in Papua New Guinea: Are we using it to develop infrastructure? Spotlight Volume 10, Issue 6.
Ezebilo, E., & Wangi, T. (2017). Services supplied by Papua New Guinea's forests that are not traded on markets should be considered in land use decisions: Why and how? Spotlight Volume 10, Issue 5.
Wangi, T., & Ezebilo, E. (2017). Issuance of state leases in Papua New Guinea must follow proper procedures: Evidence from a National Court of justice decision. Spotlight Volume 10, Issue 4.
Wangi, T., Ondopa, J., & Ezebilo, E. (2017). Housing allowance for public servants in Papua New Guinea: Does it meet housing affordability criteria? Spotlight Volume 10, Issue 3.
Thomas, M., & Ezebilo, E. (2017). Adverse impacts of climate change in Papua New Guinea: Are we ready to adapt and manage disasters? Spotlight Volume 10, Issue 2.
Wangi, T., & Ezebilo, E. (2017). Accessibility of customary land for residential property development in Papua New Guinea: Challenges and Prospects. Spotlight Volume 10, Issue 1.
Ezebilo, E., Hamago, L., & Yala, C. (2016). Potential gains from the development of a viable residential property market in Papua New Guinea. Spotlight Volume 9, Issue.6. 
Ezebilo, E., & Yala, C. (2016). Can public participation improve urban planning in Papua New Guinea? Lessons from the Fairfax Harbour design idea competition. Spotlight Volume 9, Issue.3. 
Ezebilo, E. (2015). Papua New Guinea's drive for self-sufficiency in food production: Are we ready? Spotlight Volume 8, Issue.3.