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Overview

The Property Sector Development Research Program (PSDRP) consists of a group of economists and environmental scientists whose work focuses primarily on land administration, housing economics and policy and land use planning. They advocate for evidence-based public policy associated with efficient property market, orderly development and effective land administration. If the intention is to move Papua New Guinea (PNG) forward, access to customary land for development must result in a “win-win” situation for the landowner, investor and the State. Quality, adequate and affordable housing must be accessible to all residents. Land development must be conducted in orderly and efficient manner. The PSDRP contributes to this, by focusing primarily on three thematic areas: Land Administration, Land use Planning and Property Development.

To improve living standards of Papua New Guineans by promoting policies...

Goal

The research output will aim to influence policy and PNG NRI’s...

Themes

The PSDP research comprises of three main components: Land Access...

Team

Property Development Sector Program

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