Fiji: Building Inclusive Institutions for Sustained Growth
Fiji’s economy has made a turnaround since 2010 under a government strongly committed to reform.
That period saw Fiji experiencing one of the few episodes of sustained growth in its post-independence economic history, averaging 3.3% annually or nearly four times the average growth during 2000–2009. Its successful national elections and return to democracy in 2014 boosted investor sentiment. A key challenge for Fiji now is to create an environment conducive to greater private sector activity so it can sustain its growth momentum and make its growth more inclusive. This study, using an inclusive growth framework, has identified the critical constraints that Fiji needs to address to strengthen investor sentiment even further and achieve inclusive growth.
- Fiji Fast Facts
- Executive Summary
- Growth and Development Performance
- Critical Constraints to Growth
- Critical Constraints to Inclusiveness
- Moving Beyond the Limitations of Customary Landholding
- Summary and Policy Recommendations