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Regional development and public policy challenges in India [electronic resource]

Regional development and public policy challenges in India [electronic resource]

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개인저자
Bhattacharya, Rakhee.
서명 / 저자사항
Regional development and public policy challenges in India [electronic resource] / Rakhee Bhattacharya, editor.
발행사항
New Delhi :   Springer India :   Imprint: Springer,   2015.  
형태사항
1 online resource (xxv, 331 p.) : ill. (some col.).
총서사항
India studies in business and economics,2198-0012
ISBN
9788132223467
요약
This book emphasizes the need for experimenting with more deliberate and rigorous policy processes to attain balanced regional development, which can promote both equity and efficiency in India’s development discourse. The institutional mechanisms for dealing with regional imbalance in India have not been very successful so far.With rising discrepancies in development, demand for autonomy continues along with a new dimension of regionalism arising from submerged identity along with political and economic aspirations, which demanded new channels for solution. So far, attempts to create space for autonomy have possibly not optimally accommodated the conceptual mechanisms like equity and democratic process. Thus democratizing policy process using six pillars of voice: knowledge, objective, fundamental values, implementation framework and public awareness can ensure a better policy outcome for dealing with the persistent challenges of regional disparity in India. This book further focuses on the need for democratizing the policy process for regional development through  discussion and inclusion. Such a transition needs innovation in policy regime, which can be attained through following six pillars (i) Democratic voice of stakeholders in policy development and implementation; (ii) Clear policy objectives that advance the common good, based on voice; (iii) Unbiased, sound and comprehensive knowledge and data bases; (iv) Consistency with constitutional values; (v) A sound implementation framework ensuring user-friendliness,transparency and rationality of decision-making processes, effective grievance redress, clear accountability and independent evaluation; (vi) Public awareness and support of policies with relevant and public participation in implementation.
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Introduction and Overview -- Chapter 1. India’s Growth Performance 2000-2012 - Region Based Perspective (by Biswa Swarup Misra) -- Chapter 2. Poor versus Prosperous India (by Madhusudan Ghosh) -- Chapter 3. Poverty and Inequality in India: Regional Disparities (by Rakhee Bhattacharya and J. P Bhattacharjee) -- Chapter 4. Miseries of the Red Corridor Region of India: What Do the Data Tell Us? (by Jyoti Prasad Mukhopadhyay  and Nilanjan Banik) -- Chapter 5. Intra and Inter State Inequality in the Northeast Region with Special Reference to Assam (by Meenakshi Rajeev and Azharuddin Akhtar) -- Chapter 6. Growth, Development Outcome and Fiscal Balance: How have Indian States Performed? (by Pinaki Chakraborty) -- Chapter 7. ‘Inclusive Growth’ and Income Inequality in India under Globalisation: Causes, Consequences and Policy Responses (by Amitabh Kundu) -- Chapter 8. Examining Regional Imbalance in China and Comparing with India (by Amitendu Palit) -- Chapter 9. The Way Forward: Public Policy to Address Regional Imbalances in India- Process and Outcome (by Rakhee Bhattacharya) -- Epilogue. Evolution of Literature on Different Aspects of Regional Inequality in India (by K. L. Krishna).
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
일반주제명
Information technology --India. Economic development --India. Regional economics --India.
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505 0 ▼a Introduction and Overview -- Chapter 1. India’s Growth Performance 2000-2012 - Region Based Perspective (by Biswa Swarup Misra) -- Chapter 2. Poor versus Prosperous India (by Madhusudan Ghosh) -- Chapter 3. Poverty and Inequality in India: Regional Disparities (by Rakhee Bhattacharya and J. P Bhattacharjee) -- Chapter 4. Miseries of the Red Corridor Region of India: What Do the Data Tell Us? (by Jyoti Prasad Mukhopadhyay  and Nilanjan Banik) -- Chapter 5. Intra and Inter State Inequality in the Northeast Region with Special Reference to Assam (by Meenakshi Rajeev and Azharuddin Akhtar) -- Chapter 6. Growth, Development Outcome and Fiscal Balance: How have Indian States Performed? (by Pinaki Chakraborty) -- Chapter 7. ‘Inclusive Growth’ and Income Inequality in India under Globalisation: Causes, Consequences and Policy Responses (by Amitabh Kundu) -- Chapter 8. Examining Regional Imbalance in China and Comparing with India (by Amitendu Palit) -- Chapter 9. The Way Forward: Public Policy to Address Regional Imbalances in India- Process and Outcome (by Rakhee Bhattacharya) -- Epilogue. Evolution of Literature on Different Aspects of Regional Inequality in India (by K. L. Krishna).
520 ▼a This book emphasizes the need for experimenting with more deliberate and rigorous policy processes to attain balanced regional development, which can promote both equity and efficiency in India’s development discourse. The institutional mechanisms for dealing with regional imbalance in India have not been very successful so far.With rising discrepancies in development, demand for autonomy continues along with a new dimension of regionalism arising from submerged identity along with political and economic aspirations, which demanded new channels for solution. So far, attempts to create space for autonomy have possibly not optimally accommodated the conceptual mechanisms like equity and democratic process. Thus democratizing policy process using six pillars of voice: knowledge, objective, fundamental values, implementation framework and public awareness can ensure a better policy outcome for dealing with the persistent challenges of regional disparity in India. This book further focuses on the need for democratizing the policy process for regional development through  discussion and inclusion. Such a transition needs innovation in policy regime, which can be attained through following six pillars (i) Democratic voice of stakeholders in policy development and implementation; (ii) Clear policy objectives that advance the common good, based on voice; (iii) Unbiased, sound and comprehensive knowledge and data bases; (iv) Consistency with constitutional values; (v) A sound implementation framework ensuring user-friendliness,transparency and rationality of decision-making processes, effective grievance redress, clear accountability and independent evaluation; (vi) Public awareness and support of policies with relevant and public participation in implementation.
530 ▼a Issued also as a book.
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