January 2024 | Policy Briefs
This paper examines the potential benefits and issues to consider around implementing Innovative Financing Mechanisms in the Pacific, which can lower barriers and provide more options for businesses seeking finance.
January 2024 | Books, Papers, and Reports
This study reviews the FDI frameworks in Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, and Vanuatu, to support countries to attract, retain, and assess FDI efficiently and effectively.
July 2023 | Books, Papers, and Reports
This publication is the first in a series of PSDI reports focused on the role of women in the Pacific region’s informal economy.
May 2023 | Annual Progress Reports
This report gives an overview of PSDI activities from July 2021 to June 2022.
April 2023 | Infographics, Pacific Tourism
This infographic brochure illustrates PSDI’s work and key achievements in the Pacific tourism sector.
March 2023 | Finding Balance
Finding Balance 2023: Benchmarking Performance and Building Climate Resilience in Pacific State-Owned Enterprises
This report reviews the performance of SOEs in nine Pacific island economies and looks at how policymakers can help state-owned power utilities address climate risk.
November 2022 | Books, Papers, and Reports, Policy Briefs
This publication proposes a series of priority reforms to address women’s disadvantage in accessing benefits from Pacific retirement funds.
September 2022 | Country Overviews
What is PSDI doing in the Pacific? These fact sheets provide an overview of all PSDI activities at the country level to 2022.
August 2022 | Annual Progress Reports
This report gives an overview of PSDI activities from July 2020 to June 2021.
July 2022 | Pacific Tourism
PSDI has launched a tourism reopening framework for Pacific island countries, providing critical policy guidance as international tourists return in the post-COVID-19 era.
May 2022 | Infographics
This infographic brochure illustrates PSDI’s overall work and key achievements.
March 2022 | Books, Papers, and Reports, Policy Briefs
This policy brief challenges policymakers to consider a transparent and objective board nomination process as critical to an SOE’s prospects of achieving its commercial and operational goals.