3 edition of Fiscal federalism in Indian union found in the catalog.
Fiscal federalism in Indian union
U. B. Singh
Includes bibliographical references (p. -331) and index.
|Statement||Udai Bhan Singh.|
|LC Classifications||HJ1334 .S55 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||336 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||2003323213|
Section II provides a historical background to the evolution of three-tier federalism in India. Section III analyses the prevailing system of fiscal assignments and intergovernmental transfers. Section IV examines quantitative magnitudes of fiscal decentralization in Indian federalism. It examines the roles of Union, State and urban and. ADVERTISEMENTS: 1. Introduction: The Sovereign Democratic Republic of India is a “Union of States.” The term ‘Union instead’ of a ‘Federation’ was intended to connote a higher degree of integration. Various federal constitutions were ransacked. Federation as contemplated under the Government of India Act, , was also in view. After great deliberations, the foundations of [ ].
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Introduction: Principles of Fiscal Federalism 5 preferences in public services, political participation, innovation, and accountability.4 It is also better adapted to handle regional conflicts. Such a system, however, is open to a great deal of duplication and confusion in. Federalism in India. India is a federal system but with more tilt towards a unitary system of government. It is sometimes considered a quasi-federal system as it has features of both a federal and a unitary system. Article 1 of the Indian Constitution states, ‘India, that is Bharat, shall be a union of states’. The word federation is not.
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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). "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 /5(12). Likening fiscal federalism to a game between the Union and the States, and among the States themselves, Indian Fiscal Federalism lays bare the complex rules of play.
Fiscal federalism in Indian union book It examines the pivotal role of Finance Commissions and assesses momentous events sincesuch as the replacement of the Planning Commission by NITI Aayog, the emergence of the GST Council, and the controversies.
T T Asia/Kolkata Asia Society: Indian Fiscal Federalism Book launch and address by Mr. Shaktikanta Das, Governor, Reserve Bank of India followed by a discussion by Dr. Y V Reddy and Mr. G R Reddy with Sudhir Shrivastava, Neelkanth Mishra, and Prachi Mishra moderated by Niranjan Rajadhyaksha. 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 Delhi. The 14 Finance Commissions in post-colonial India and the life arc of the Planning Commission are discussed in detail.
Indian Fiscal Federalism; Y.V. Reddy, G.R. Reddy, Oxford University Press. 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. On 8 March, I had the privilege and honour of being a panellist at an event organized at the Madras School of Economics for the release of the book Indian Fiscal Federalism authored by Y.V.
Reddy. Description. Likening fiscal federalism to a game between the Union and the States, and among the States themselves, Indian Fiscal Federalism lays bare the complex rules of play.
It examines the pivotal role of Finance Commissions and assesses momentous events sincesuch as the replacement of the Planning Commission by NITI Aayog, the emergence of the GST Council, and the controversies. He also said fiscal federalism is a dynamic process and 'a Work in Motion'.
Singh was speaking at the launch of the book 'Indian Fiscal Federalism' written by Y V Reddy, who had served as RBI Governor as well as Finance Commission Chairman. 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. 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 government.
Having a Fiscal Federalism mechanism allows the government to optimize their costs on economies of scale, because in this manner, people will get public service.
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 context of.
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. States of the Union The pitfalls of India’s fiscal-federalism project Nilakantan RS.
01 May Two recent books attempt to grapple with the issue of how India manages the fiscal aspects of its federalism project. They conclude that the centre is both unfair and. State of Rajasthan v. Union of India “In a sense, the Indian Union is federal. But the extent of federalism in it is largely watered-down by the needs of progress and development of the country which has to be nationally integrated, politically and economically co-ordinated and socially, intellectually and spiritually uplifted.
The fiscal powers and functional responsibilities in India have been divided between the Central and State government following the principles of federal finance. The division of functions is specified in the Seventh Schedule of the Constitution in three lists vis. the Union. The fiscal federalism mainly comprises alloca-tion of rights and duties related to taxation and expenditure responsibilities and system of transfers between the different jurisdictions/levels of government such as Centre, State and local governments.
In the framework of fiscal federalism, federations all over have tried to tackle two. This book provides a comprehensive account of the principles and practices of fiscal federalism based on the currently accepted theoretical framework and best practices.
The traditional topics of assignment of responsibilities, intergovernmental fiscal arrangements, fiscal competition, and grants are covered in a unified framework with. pal Reddy said that represented a new era in India’s Fiscal Federalism. The Finance Commission had recommended higher devolutions to the States and the Planning Commission was replaced by the NITI Aayog.
Fiscal Federalism was taken to the next level with the constitution of the Goods and Services Tax Council.
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The Constitution of India establishes structure of the Indian government. Part XI of the Indian constitution specifies the distribution of legislative, administrative and executive powers between the union government and the States of India.
The legislative powers are categorised under a Union List, a.Evolution of Fiscal Federalism in India by Sinha R.K. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at