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Public sector reforms in India

Chandan Sinha

Public sector reforms in India

new role of the district officer

by Chandan Sinha

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Published by Sage Publications in New Delhi, Thousand Oaks .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Municipal government -- India,
  • Local officials and employees -- India,
  • Public administration -- India,
  • Municipal services -- India

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementChandan Sinha.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJS7010 .S56 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23674197M
    ISBN 109780761936398
    LC Control Number2007036397

    Box Subnational Assistance for Governance and Public Sector Reform in India Box Power Sector Reforms in South Asia Box Transforming Water Management in Pakistan Box Addressing Public Sector Management Reform in Bangladesh Box Examples of Possible Indicators of Public Sector Institutional Performance File Size: 1MB.   The report has also lowered GDP growth estimate for India while expressing hope that combination of fiscal stimulus and financial sector reforms will help boost consumption. However, the data related to India was revised to 5% for the current fiscal and % for the next financial year, Nagesh Kumar, Head, UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and .

    public sector a nd, in order to drive the public sector reforms, a Public Service (Sector) Transformation Department (PSTD) was created by separating and absorbing the publicAuthor: Kempe Ronald Hope.   Ahluwalia describes the book as a ‘travelogue of India’s journey of economic reforms’. The travelogue actually starts with the s and often goes back to the s as well.

    : Banking System in India: Reforms and Performance Evaluation: Prior to economic reforms initiated in early s, the banking sector in India suffered from lack of competition, low capital base, inefficiency and high intermediation costs. The banking industry?dominated by the public sector?was subject to a high degree of financial repression, . The public sector is the largest spender and employer in virtually every developing country and it sets the policy environment for the rest of the economy. About one-sixth of World Bank projects in recent years have supported public sector reform.


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