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Sub-national Fiscal Sustainability in a Globalised Setting
This collection of papers addresses the issues of fiscal federalism, centre-state relations, fiscal decentralization, unconventional methods of resource mobilization for filling the huge gap in infrastructure financing and strategies for achieving fiscal sustainability at the national and sub-national level in the globalized setting. Though a number of articles are in the context of Kerala, the overarching fiscal problems of sub-national governments are common to all. It contains detailed and in-depth analysis by eminent scholars and seasoned economic administrators, based on empirical and theoretical studies.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary material
pp. i-xvii(17)

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Resource Mobilisation in India – Some Issues
pp. 29-41(13)
Author: Rajeev, P.V.

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Fiscal Reforms and Sustainability: A Study of Kerala
pp. 42-59(18)
Author: Chakraborty, Pinaki

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Fiscal Constraints and Public Investment in Kerala
pp. 60-76(17)
Author: George, N.D.

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pp. 178-179(2)

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