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Kuldeep Mathur

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Chapter 11: Administrative Reform in India: Policy Prescriptions and Outcomes

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Administrative Reform in India: Policy Prescriptions and Outcomes
Administrative reform in India: Policy prescriptions and outcomes
KuldeepMathur

Concern about reforming public administration in India is not something new. What is new is the context in which it is being talked about today. The period beginning from 1991 is marked by the emergence of a liberal economic regime that is attempting to dismantle the centrally directed framework of economic development. It is also the beginning of the period when the international multilateral agencies have begun attaching conditionalities while giving aid. These conditionalities initially were limited to prescriptions on how the aid would be administered, but have gradually broadened their scope by suggesting reforms in the overall framework of governance itself. This is happening the world over. Reform is ...

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