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Vol.25 no.2, 2001(16)

Title: Volume 25, 2001 - Contributors

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Volume: Vol.25 no.2, 2001
Collation: p. 312

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Title: Prospects for a currency union in the Pacific : a preliminary assessment

Author: Jayaraman, T.K
Subject:  Monetary unions|Oceania
 Monetary policy|Oceania
Volume: Vol.25 no.2, 2001
Collation: p. 173-201

Abstract: The paper presents some preliminary findings of a study on the prospects for a currency union among the Pacific Island countries

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Title: The South Pacific

Author: Norton, Robert
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Volume: Vol.25 no.2, 2001
Collation: p. 299-301

Abstract: Book Review

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Title: Rapid rates of channel migration in a Pacific Island river

Author: Terry, James P., Kostaschuk, Ray A.
Subject:  River channels|Fiji|Rewa River
Volume: Vol.25 no.2, 2001
Collation: p. 277-289

Abstract: Rivers and their channel often demark property boundary lines

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Title: Book Review : Birthing in the Pacific

Author: Baravilala, Wame
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Volume: Vol.25 no.2, 2001
Collation: p. 305-306

Abstract: Book Review

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Title: A case for integrity in development assistance partnerships

Author: Sanga, Kabini F
Subject:  Economic assistance|Oceania
 Economic development projects|Oceania|Evaluation
Volume: Vol.25 no.2, 2001
Collation: p. 231-251

Abstract: A donor-driven search for partnership model must be preceded by a critical examination of the histories of previous partnerships in the Islands.

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Title: Volume 25, 2001 - Information for contributors

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Title: Book Reviews

Author: Hide, Robin
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Volume: Vol.25 no.2, 2001
Collation: p. 291-295

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Title: Whats special about this journal

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Title: Sustainable tropical rain forest logging : theory and practice

Author: Sisto, Nicholas
Subject:  Sustainable forestry|Economic aspects
 Logging|Economic aspects|Tropics
Volume: Vol.25 no.2, 2001
Collation: p. 253-276

Abstract: This paper proposes an alternative definition of sustainable logging: logging that does not disturb the species and age distribution of the tree population.

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Title: Book Review : La saga du kava

Author: Hufferm Elise
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Volume: Vol.25 no.2, 2001
Collation: p. 307-311

Abstract: Book Review

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Title: A theory of trade and development of small vulnerable states

Author: Grynberg, Roman
Subject:  Investments, Foreign|Oceania
Volume: Vol.25 no.2, 2001
Collation: p. 155-172

Abstract: This paper seeks to draw together the common threads in the historical experiences oftrade and development ofthe small island states of the central and western Pacific.

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Title: Book Reviews

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Volume: Vol.25 no.2, 2001
Collation: p. 296-299

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Title: Volume 25, 2001 - Editorial

Author: Walsh, A. Crosbie editor
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Title: Tetee Atu : to hit or not to hit

Author: Fairbairn-Dunlop, Peggy
Subject:  Child abuse|Samoa|Prevention
Volume: Vol.25 no.2, 2001
Collation: p. 203-230

Abstract: The starting point for this paper is concern in Samoa that physical methods of discipline may contribute to the undesirable increase in violence of Samoan youth behaviour.

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Title: Book Review : Without a gun

Author: Tarte, Sandra
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Volume: Vol.25 no.2, 2001
Collation: p. 302-304

Abstract: Book Review

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