Economic Disparities and Fiscal Correctives in Federal Countries: India, Canada and Australia

Economic Disparities and Fiscal Correctives in Federal Countries: India, Canada and Australia

by Gargi Sengupta

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Economic Disparities and Fiscal Correctives in Federal Countries: India, Canada and Australia by Gargi Sengupta

The book Economic Disparities and Fiscal Correctives in Federal Countries: INDIA, CANADA&AUSTRALIA, deals with the fiscal dimension of federalism. Federalism is a political concept based on the understanding that sharing of powers and functions between various layers of government and between the states also. Federal government in India gives two types of grants conditional and unconditional. This differential grants divides the state in terms of their identities and activities. This book also tries to explore how the vertical and horizontal imbalances resulted into fiscal disparities in India. The book not only covers the Indian fiscal federal set up but it also makes a comparative analysis between INDIA, CANADA&AUSTRALIA. It also examines how these three countries deal with their respective fiscal federal set ups? Is there any similarity present between them? This book attempts to give an over view about the importance of economic factors in the political concept of federalism.

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ISBN-13: 9789380229485
Publisher: GenNext Publication
Publication date: 06/30/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 62
File size: 491 KB

About the Author

Gargi Sengupta, author of the book Economic Disparities and Fiscal Correctives in Federal Countries: India, Canada&Australia is presently working as Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc) in the Department of Political Science, of Ramanujan College, University of Delhi. She started her teaching in 2009 She had taught in three other colleges of Delhi University. She has her Masters from Center for Political Studies, J.N.U., New Delhi. She completed her M.Phil from Delhi University in 2010. Now she is pursuing her PhD in Political Science from University of Delhi. She is a member of Teen Murti Library. Her area of interest covers Political Theory, Indian Government and Politics, Public Administration. Presently, the author is working on the issues of governance and development. She also authored a book on Participatory Governance in the Context of Secession: A Case Study of Bangladesh.

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