4 edition of Indian federalism found in the catalog.
Papers presented at a seminar organized by the Department of Political Science, University of Kalyani, April 1982.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||editor, Tarun Chandra Bose.|
|Contributions||Bose, Tarun Ghandra., University of Kalyani. Dept. of Political Science.|
|LC Classifications||JQ220.S8 I53 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 239 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||87901573|
“The first grand federalist design was that of the Bible, most particularly the Hebrew Scriptures or Old Testament Biblical thought is federal (from the Latin foedus, covenant) from first to last--from God's covenant with Noah establishing the biblical equivalent of what philosophers were later to term Natural Law to the Jews' reaffirmation of the Sinai covenant under the leadership of. Read "Indian Federalism: How does the policy of liberalization affect centre-state economic relations" by Jochen Gottwald available from Rakuten Kobo. Seminar paper from the year in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: South Asia, grade: (A), Brand: GRIN Publishing. 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 those interested.
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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." -- /5(12).
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 /5(14).
The biggest hint of federalism in India lies in the history of its foundation in when after the Partition of Pakistan from the Indian subcontinent all the provinces, presidencies, and princely states were united under an instrument of accession that signifies that all these previously sovereign or reliant states came together to be called Author: Pragya Bansal.
Indian federalism in larger framewo rks are, in our view, to be given due importance. e period under review marks the conclusive end of Indian exceptio nalism in federal studies, a trend that was. 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. Further, a critical analysis has been made about the changing nature and dynamics of Indian federalism in the post-independent India including the contemporary debates on various aspects of Indian federalism.
The book is an important compendium for those wishing to have first-hand Indian federalism book on Indian federalism and may be very useful for Format: Paperback. Federalism is compound mode of two governments. That is, in one system there will be a mixture of two governments – state government with central government.
In India, we can describe federalism as a distribution of authority around local, national, and state governments. This is similar to Canadian model of political organization. This chapter examines research writing about key themes related to federalism in India, including multilevel federal design and the impact of the changing party system on the operation of the federal system.
It discusses the complexities of interaction between different levels of government and describes the use of different forums for interaction to manage conflict and tensions since Although the word ‘federation’ is no where used in the Indian constitution all the structural features of a federal government were incorporated.
Sir Ivor Jennings said, "Indian constitution is quasi federal”. Main Features: 1. Written Constituti. INDIAN FEDERALISM AN ANALYSIS OF CONTEMPORARY ISSUES Hasmita1 INDIA AS A FEDERAL STATE Article 1 of the Constitution of India says, India i.e.
Bharat shall be a Union of States. It is also stipulated in the Constitution that India i.e. Bharat shall be a Union of States and the territories2. dynamics of indian federalism Download dynamics of indian federalism or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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The eighteen papers in this volume, written by experts in the field, reflect on the new and Emerging trends in Indian federalism in particular and in the Indian political system in General in the larger context of global and regional changes.
Printed Pages: Seller Inventory # Indian federalism book information about this seller | Contact this sellerPrice Range: $ - $ Organised in four chapters, this book introduces readers to one of the key living features of Indian democracy. About the Author. Louise Tillin is reader in politics at King’s India Institute, King’s College, London, UK.
She is an editor of Regional and Federal Studies, a leading journal on federalism and territorial politics across the world.
Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations1. Introduction: India's Federal Model 2. Constitutional Design3. Federalism and Diversity4. Governing India: Centre-State Relations5.
Federalism and the Economy6. ConclusionFurther ReadingList of ReferencesEndnotes About the Author: Series Title: Oxford India short introductions. Responsibility: Louise Tillin.
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.
The book is an important compendium for those wishing to have first-hand information on Indian federalism and may be very useful for scholars interested in center-state relations. It can be an important guide for researchers in identifying various research questions for further study on Indian federalism.
Federalism and social administration in India, by V. Jagannadham. The working of employees' state insurance scheme in India: an aspect of centre state relations, by U. Mehta. The Governor in the Indian Federation, by N. Deshpande. The impact of emergency provisions on federalism and democracy in India, by K.
: 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. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Venkatarangaiya, Mamidipudi, Indian federalism.
New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann Publishers (India), Indian Fiscal Federalism book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Likening fiscal federalism to a game between the Union and the St /5. Add to Calendar Asia/Kolkata CPR-TCPD Dialogues: Book Discussion on 'Indian Federalism' by Louise Tillin About the Book To understand how politics, the economy and public policy function in the world’s largest democracy, an appreciation of federalism is essential.
Bringing to surface the complex dimensions that affect relations between India’s. The story so far: The Union government has withdrawn the special status conferred on Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) under Article of the has also.
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Coalitition Politics, emergence of powerful regional parties, court judgements on federal disputes and globalization process have accelerated the pace of. political economy of Indian federalism is responsible for this happy outcome.
When I say political economy of federalism, I mean the strategic interplay between the political and economic forces. While describing federalism, people have described it in many ways.
For instance, some scholars have described federalism asFile Size: KB. Federalism is the mixed or compound mode of government, combining a general government (the central or "federal" government) with regional governments (provincial, state, cantonal, territorial or other sub-unit governments) in a single political distinctive feature, exemplified in the founding example of modern federalism by the United States under the Constitution ofis a.
However, the Parliament cannot alter the basic structure of the constitution like secularism, democracy, federalism, separation of powers. Often called the "Basic structure doctrine", this decision is widely regarded as an important part of Indian history.
In the Maneka Gandhi v. The former Reserve Bank of India governor and head of the 14th Finance Commission Y.V. Reddy has recently written a new book on Indian fiscal federalism in collaboration with G.R. Reddy. Their Author: Niranjan Rajadhyaksha. Kashmir: The weakening of Indian Federalism Amending the Constitution by a Presidential Ordinance to render Article ineffective, and demoting Jammu and Kashmir as well as Ladakh to the status.
Similarly, the ability of India’s states to contribute to national policy making or to define their own policy agendas that speak to local priorities all hinge on questions of federalism.
Organised in four chapters, this book introduces readers to one of the key living features of Indian democracy.5/5(2). 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 the resolution of those issues in the Constitution.
It describes the changes in Centre–state relations after the adoption of the Author: M. Govinda Rao. Linguistic reorganization was significant because it marked out Indian federalism from other models of federalism by an explicit recognition of the possible co-existence of cultural and territorial nationalism, encouraging the development of “multiple and complementary identities” (Stepan ).Cited by: The book discusses various facets of fiscal federalism in India.
The central concern is to explore the challenges and the process of reforming the federal fiscal arrangements with a view to mitigate fiscal imbalances and establish a sound system of federal finance. (2) The demand for more autonomy is one of the most controversial issues of the Indian federalism, although federalism is an important feature of the constitutional structure of the Indian democracy.
States should be given more power or more autonomy for the following reasons. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Indian federalism by,K.P. Bagchi edition, in English Indian federalism ( edition) | Open LibraryPages: Watch the full video (above) of the discussion on the book 'Indian Federalism' by Louise Tillin (Director, King's India Institute, Kings College London), organised as part of the CPR-Trivedi Centre for Political Data, Ashoka University (TCPD) Dialogues on Indian Politics author first made a presentation and then was in conversation with Yamini Aiyar (President and Chief Executive, CPR).
There is a growing recognition that fundamental changes are happening in Indian fiscal federalism ex post the abolition of the Planning Commission, the creation of the National Institution for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog, the constitutional amendment to introduce the Goods and Services Tax (GST), the establishment of the GST Council, and the historically high tax devolution to the states.
Indian Federalism, the Act reveals first major step in the constitutional change of a unitary system of The Simon Commission which was published in May recommended complete autonomy in the provinces including the department of law and order, the Governor on the administrative side to be given File Size: KB.
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Cooperative federalism in India. Political scientists have classified governments into unitary and federal on the basis of nature of the relationship between national government and regional l governments are one, in which powers are vividly divided between central and regional governments as enshrined in Article & Schedule 7 of the Indian Constitution with distinct list.
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. The recent political developments around the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC) have revealed some Author: Aradhya Sethia.The changing contours of union–state fiscal relations discussed in the context of the release of a recent book Indian Fiscal Federalism by Y V Reddy and G R Reddy are presented here.
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