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Decentralisation in Kerala

K. Nagaraj

Decentralisation in Kerala

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by K. Nagaraj

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Published by Centre for Development Studies in Thiruvananthapuram .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Kerala.
    • Subjects:
    • Decentralization in management -- India -- Kerala.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementK. Nagaraj.
      SeriesDiscussion paper ;, no. 2, Discussion paper (Kerala Research Programme on Local Level Development) ;, no. 2.
      ContributionsKerala Research Programme on Local Level Development.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2001/60142 (H)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Pagination13 p.
      Number of Pages13
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6860406M
      LC Control Number00371631

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The book is based on the study carried out with the objective to understand the nature of participation of the people in the process of democratic decentralisation in Kerala through the People’s Planning programme, the nature, and impact of the Programmes on the livelihood pattern of the weaker sections, and the extent of their empowerment in the process of its : S Gregory.

Get this from a library. A decade of decentralisation in Kerala: experience and lessons. [M A Oommen;] -- Contributed articles presented earlier in an international seminar held at New Delhi on New Delhi on October  Kerala’s example cannot be a standard model with its specific background, but it is worth to see as a good and unique example of decentralization with bottom-up planning.

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We employ a diagnostic framework to analyze its. The Design of Decentralisation in Kerala Decentralisation has different ctimensions- functional, financial, administrative and planning.

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Books shelved as decentralization: The Starfish and the Spider: The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations by Ori Brafman, The Sovereign Individua. Kerala'S Development Experiments And Experiences Are Of Profound Significance Throughout The Globe.

This Handy Volume Is A Collection Of Twelve Papers Which Deals With Hetrogeneous Topics Ranging From Panchayati Raj, Municipal Administration, Financial Administration, Electoral Politics And Politics Of Development. These Papers Will Help To Throw Light On The Transformation Of The State.

This is a collection of 20 essays, dedicated to Dr George Mathew, by eminent scholars and academics on decentralised governance and its importance in a globalising world. Based on emperical studies and paradigms of developed and developing countries, it has an overarching focus on India s panchayati raj institutions.

The Seventy third constitution Amendment Act ofby making PRIs 5/5(1). Decentralisation in Kerala shows a clear hiatus between theory and practice which many observers fail to notice. When practice is taken as the reference point and contrasted with an ideal situat.

Decentralization. " Property is theft. Decentralization or decentralisation (see spelling differences) is the process by which the activities of an organization, particularly those regarding planning and decision making, are distributed or delegated away from a central, authoritative location or group.

A recent book in Malayalam, which collects a few of EMS' writings on decentralisation from the s until his death, fills this gap to an extent. The book brings together 12 articles written by EMS and is accompanied by an essay, jointly written by T.M.

Thomas Isaac and the late E.M. Sreedharan, that analyses EMS' ideas on decentralisation. Fiscal Decentralisation and Economic Development: The Kerala Experience signifies a substantial contribution of the trends in the central government’s fiscal transfers and its impact on Kerala and all state finances between the fiscal years and Brand: Notion Press.

It determines that although Kerala has a strong reputation for political participation, the rhetoric of decentralisation in the educational sector has not matched the reality there. The lessons to be learned in this context have wide implications for the theory and practice of decentralisation in by: 'A Hand Book', first ed; (): 'Transfer of hnctions, institutions and schemes to local self governments, Kerala Institute for Local Administration (KILA) Mulankunnathukavu, Thrissur.

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It presents the 5th State Finance Commission’s approach and methodology on the devolution of the State taxes to local governments. Defending Decentralisation in Kerala: Probing the Autonomy of Kerala’s Urban Local Bodies Centre for Public Policy Research 3 local problems collectively has also found a mention in ancient texts such as the Vedas1, Upanishads2 and 3Kautilya‟s 4Arthashastra &iii.

M K Gandhi, the father of the nation, had conceived the idea of autonomous village.Decentralisation, corruption and social capital: From India to the West New Delhi: This book has been written as part of a research project financed by Sida/Sarec, the Swedish Research Council and the Faculty of Social Sciences at Uppsala University.

‘ Decentralization in Kerala, Kerala Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency ’.The State of Kerala has been hailed as a success story in accommodating gender concerns in local-level planning and political decentralisation; this conclusion has been based on relatively simple evaluative exercises that ask whether women of diverse backgrounds have gained entry into formal institutions of governance or : J.

Devika, Binitha V. Thampi.