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Recent decades have witnessed the rise in popularity of New Public Management (NPM) as a paradigm of public service reform. Key objectives on the NPM reform menu include a de-bureaucratizing of government services, the stimulation of local market competition for service provision and the introduction of performance measurement techniques. This agenda has been enthusiastically promoted and adopted into a diverse array of developing-country settings, including Solomon Islands (SI). Yet, thedoi:10.26021/10639 fatcat:sxm53zxnt5ckvght54noazp2f4