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About Decentralisation: Two Studies on Multi-Level Planning in South India

by Abdul Aziz

Publisher: French Institute of Pondicherry

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(Pondy Papers in Social Sciences, 1) Independent India has for long based its development strategy on mixed Economy and planning, without lowering enough the extent of poverty. During the 80s, some Indian states kept de facto a process of planning from above, as Illustrated by J. Racine in a Study of the South Arcot district in Tamilnadu. By contrast, other states have tried to implement more seriously a new line of decentralized planning, as illustrated by A. Aziz’s study of Karnataka. But the real impact of such a reform, on Democratic decentralisation of power and on genuine development, appears limited. From a Technical perspective, and from a Political point of view, decentralised planning is no more a myth, but it is still a challenge.

Details of the book

Book :
About Decentralisation: Two Studies on Multi-Level Planning in South India
Book ID :
15960
Author :
Abdul Aziz
Year of Publication :
1989
Publisher :
French Institute of Pondicherry
Binding :
Hardcover
Pages :
50
Weight :
1 kg

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