4 edition of Fiscal federalism in India. found in the catalog.
|Series||Canberra Research monograph -- no.3|
|Contributions||Australian National University. Centre for Research on Federal Financial Relations.|
Reassessing Fiscal Federalism in India. iasparliament. Ma 1 year. 0 Fiscal federalism is the economic counterpart to political federalism. It assigns functions to different levels of government and also offers appropriate fiscal instruments for . Indian Fiscal Federalism, authored by YV Reddy and GR Reddy, is written from a practitioner’s perspective. The simplicity of the book is appealing, especially when the content of the book is about.
Fiscal Federalism in India Fiscal Federalism refers to the division of responsibilities with regards to public expenditure and taxation between the different levels of the : Sylvine. On Ma , Asia Society India Centre hosted Shaktikanta Das, Y V Reddy, G R Reddy, Neelkanth Mishra, Prachi Mishra, Sudhir Shrivastava and Niranjan Rajadhyaksja for a discussion on fiscal federalism in India.
The chapters offering a comparative analysis of the system of federal fiscal transfers in Canada and Australia with that prevailing in India go to enhance the value of the book. Federal fiscal management involves the sharing and distribution of financial and economic powers among different layers of government, and restructuring of public finances, among others. Countries such as India, that adopted the federal form of government, have guidelines in their Constitutions for such division of economic and financial powers.
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Overall, this book is a very significant addition to the area of Indian fiscal policy and is very timely. There is no doubt that this book will become one major reference to the literature on fiscal federalism not only in India but also at the international level.
(N.R. Bhanumurthy, Indian Economic Review) It is an excellent proposal/5(17). Fiscal Federalism in India: Impact of Union Transfers on State Finances [Pratibha Agarwal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Sign On My Account Basket Help. Indian Fiscal Federalism Y.V. Reddy and G.R. Reddy. Contemporary, timely, and comprehensive; Single source reference covering all the institutions and channels of resource transfers involved in fiscal federalism; Presents an integrated view of all major developments in the area of fiscal federalsim with a historical perspective.
30 March Current Affairs:The Governor of Reserve Bank of India, Shaktikanta Das launched the book “Indian Fiscal Federalism” authored by Dr.
Y.V. Reddy and G.R. Reddy. The launch event of the book was addressed by the Chairman of the 15th Finance Commission NK Singh, in New Fiscal federalism in India. book. The Finance Commission is the key institutional arrangement that has guided the functioning of fiscal federalism in India.
Given the large differences in fiscal capacities and service standards across states, Rangarajan and Srivastava discuss the theoretical foundations and practical relevance of the design of fiscal : C. Rangarajan, D.K. Srivastava. This book discusses various dimensions of Indian fiscal federalism, focusing on the current fiscal imbalances – both vertical and horizontal – and their correction.
Throwing light on different angles of this subject, it presents well-researched papers, which are divided into three sections. In his new book Indian Fiscal Federalism, Dr. Y V Reddy has reiterated that one of the important objectives of fiscal arrangements is to ensure equitable distribution of public goods to all citizens and ensure a minimum standard of living.
1 day ago The book is extremely readable and a must for students of finance and banking, academics, market participants, policy-makers and the informed citizen. Through The Billion Press. The reviewer is a. In the longer run, India needs to move towards greater fiscal federalism, with states raising and keeping a greater share of their revenues.
Only when they no longer have to look to New Delhi for their financial survival will states really be free to compete with one another. Get this from a library. Fiscal federalism in India. [P K Chaubey; Indian Economic Association.
Annual Conference; Indian Economic Association.] -- Contributed papers presented at the 84th Annual Conference of Indian Economic Association at Vellore during December, Indian Fiscal Federalism: Reddy, Y.V., Reddy, G.R.: : Books. Flip to back Flip to front. Listen Playing Paused You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition.
Learn more/5(12). Evolution of Indian Fiscal Federalism Historical factors: Contribution from the provinces to the Union in the s. The Government of oa India Act, The System of Diarchy. The Constitution was erected on the foundation provided by Act.
Quasi-federal constitution Planning and centralization. Fiscal Federalism in India. Apart from separation of powers of taxation, constitution of India has provided for an institutional mechanism viz.
Finance Commission for making recommendations to parliament on how the tax revenues between centre and states should be shared and how the imbalance can be corrected. Following are the related. Indian Fiscal Federalism offers a historical perspective on fiscal federalism, in particular the interplay and overlap of institutional mechanisms.
In doing so, it examines persistent as well as immediate concerns, and offers a way forward. A contemporary, timely, and comprehensive analysis of fiscal federalism in India, this practitioners’ perspective is a must-read for all. The first section, ‘Fiscal federalism and resolving the fiscal imbalances’, includes five chapters that discuss this theme and also explain the various strategies to remove the existing imbalances in India.
‘Fiscal decentralization for high growth’ which is the second section, explains how decentralisation leads to high economic growth. Introduction. Fiscal relations in India between the union and state governments have undergone significant changes in recent years.
Three landmark changes in union-state fiscal relations since have been: (i) the abolition of the Planning Commission in January and the subsequent creation of the NITI Aayog; (ii) fundamental changes in the system. DRAFT NOT TO BE QUOTED FISCAL FEDERALISM IN INDIA: THEORY AND PRACTICE M.
Govinda Rao Tapas K. Sen May, NIPFP Library JL i muM i IHMRIilll R18F N5 National Institute of Public Finance and Policy. This collection comprehensively covers the key aspects of fiscal federalism in India, both in theoretical and empirical terms. This chapter examines the fiscal aspects of federalism as enshrined in the Indian Constitution.
It gives an overview of the original structures of fiscal federalism in India, including assignments of spending and revenue and mechanisms and institutions for making transfers across different government levels. It reviews constitutional amendments that have occurred since the.
The state of cooperative federalism in India is analysed by focusing on the trends in vertical fiscal imbalances between the centre and the states, the impact of Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management acts on the fiscal space of the states, the implications of the Terms of Reference of the Fifteenth Finance Commission, and the need for empowering local governments in the .This chapter reviews the history of India’s federal structures.
It provides an overview of political developments during the British period and describes the issues concerning federalism as they arose during the drafting of the Indian Constitution and .Ankara Temizlik Books.
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