State-Level Reforms in India
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State-Level Reforms in India Towards More Effective Government by Stephen Howes

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Published by MacMillan India Ltd. .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages325
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8399063M
ISBN 101403911088
ISBN 109781403911087
OCLC/WorldCa54373200

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This is the first comprehensive, state-level analysis of the economic reforms in India. The book contains a roadmap for the transformation of Indian states. The authors' extensive use of data supports the key arguments of the book. In this spirit, State Level Reforms and Growth and Development in Indian States provides the first-ever comprehensive analysis of growth at the highly diverse state level. The authors argue that when the national government loosened its stronghold on industry and services, state governments were able to shape the fortunes of their citizens through state-level policy : Arvind Panagariya, Pinaki Chakraborty, M. Govinda Rao. With a population of billion, India is many countries. Ten of its states have populations equaling or exceeding that of the United Kingdom. Therefore, to understand fully the current experiment in economic reforms in the country, we must study it at the level of the state. In this spirit, State Level Reforms and Growth and Development in Indian States provides the first-ever comprehensive analysis of growth at the highly diverse state level. The authors argue that when the national government loosened its stronghold on industry and services, state governments were able to shape the fortunes of their citizens through state-level policy reforms.

However, the present government seems to have forgotten the one major lesson this book brings out; unless there’s a major crisis, reforms in democratic India succeed if carried out incrementally. Perhaps out of confidence, pig headedness or ignorance, the Government has piled shock upon shock through demonetisation, RERA and GST/5(5). The book covers the theoretical and conceptual spectrum, state level reforms, and the social, cultural, and political dimensions of globalization and reforms in the country. Key Features. Covers the multiple dimensions—social, cultural, and political—of the globalization process in India. identified - i. to evaluate the performance of reforms before JnNURM scheme at state level, ii. to study the performance at state level in India, and iii. to draw a useful inference based on the states level performance to developed a strategy for poor performing state and build up capacity at state level. Keywords: JnNURM, Reforms, Government. Post-independence India inherited a system of education which was characterised by large scale inter and intra-regional imbalances. The country's literacy rate in was only 14 per cent and female literacy was very badly low at 8 per Size: KB.

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