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    Satyajit Singh,Pradeep K. Sharma
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Satyajit Singh is Reader in the Department of Political Science at the University of Delhi.

Satyajit Singh is Reader in the Department of Political Science at the University of Delhi. Pradeep K. Sharma is Senior Assistant Resident Representative with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Timor-Leste.

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Decentralization Singh, Satyajit; Sharma, Pradeep K. Oxford Academ . This book provides an innovative analysis of such decentralisation in transition states in the Balkans

Decentralization Singh, Satyajit; Sharma, Pradeep K. Oxford Academ 9780195687729 : This volume helps us understand the dynamics of democratic decentralization that has a direct impact on the . It throws light upon the processes and politics of building institutions, capacities, and safeguards under the decentralization programme. This book provides an innovative analysis of such decentralisation in transition states in the Balkans.

Satyajit Singh and Pradeep K. Sharma (2007), Decentralisation: Institutions And Politics In Rural India, OU. Sharma (2007), Decentralisation: Institutions And Politics In Rural India, OUP. . Jayal(1999), Democracy and The State: Welfare, Secular and Development in Contemporary India, Oxford : Oxford University Press. Bidyut Chakrabarty (2007), Reinventing Public Administration: The Indian Experience, Orient Longman. India- Economic Development and Social Opportunity, Oxford University Press, 1998 Jean Dreze and Amartya Sen, An Uncertain Glory: India And Its Contradictions, Princeton. University Press, 2013 Reetika Khera- Rural Poverty And Public Distribution System, EPW, Vol-XLVIII,No.

Author : Satyajit Singh,Pradeep Sharma. This comprehensive volume looks at local governments in rural India as an opportunity to broaden the democratic structure and space for popular participation in local governance. Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA. Book Price. The work represents an emerging genre of literature on decentralization that is not judgmental on the various approaches to decentralization.

In Satyajit Singh & Pradeep K. Sharma (Ed., Decentralization: Institutions and politics in rural India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. Redefining the politics of presence: The case of Indian women in panchayati raj institutions. rs politics presence. Jain, . & Singh, A. (2015).

In the book Decentralization: Institutions and Politics in Rural India, Satyajit Singh and Pradeep K. Sharma mention the two Constitutional Amendments are the starting point to the movement towards decentralization

In the book Decentralization: Institutions and Politics in Rural India, Satyajit Singh and Pradeep K. Sharma mention the two Constitutional Amendments are the starting point to the movement towards decentralization

In book: India – Rural Decentralization Overview, Chapter: Background . Grounding the State: Poverty, Inequality and the Politics of Governance in India's Panchayats.

In book: India – Rural Decentralization Overview, Chapter: Background Paper 2, Publisher: World Bank, p. 1-161. Cite this publication. This book provides a new institutional economics perspective on the evolving role of local government in a globalized and localized world. The framework for local governance developed in this book represents a paradigm shift as it argues for top down mandates on local governance to be replaced by bottom-up compacts.

The Local in Governance: Politics, Decentralization and Environment by Satyajit Singh, New Delhi . Please explore for details

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Decentralization: Institutions and Politics in Rural India, Oxford University Press, Delhi. 6. ‘Water and Local Governments: Institutional Design, Politics & Implementation’, in Satyajit Singh & Pradeep Sharma (eds)

Decentralization: Institutions and Politics in Rural India, Oxford University Press, Delhi. ‘Water and Local Governments: Institutional Design, Politics & Implementation’, in Satyajit Singh & Pradeep Sharma (eds), 2007, Decentralization: Institutions and Politics in Rural India, Oxford University Press, Delhi. 7. ‘Paradigms of Decentralization, Institutional Design & Poverty: Drinking Water in the Philippines’, Discussion Paper Series. No 2006-19, Philippine Institute of Development Studies, Manila.

This volume successfully attempts to understand the process of rural transformation taking place in the country today by initiating a dialogue with the worlds of policy and civil society. It highlights the need to move beyond the normative notions of decentralization-replete in literature on fiscal federalism and liberal democracy. It provides an understanding of the dynamic world of democratic decentralization in policy and process, and how national, state, and local politics, and critical institutional requirements like political, fiscal, and administrative autonomy affect it. In doing so, it brings to the fore the role that microeconomics can play for local outcomes and shape macro consequences. It also recognizes that any attempt to formulate decentralization arguments, designs, and strategies needs to be validated and justified in practice.Finally, the volume while recognizing that constitutional amendments have provided vertical linkages for empowering the poor, aims to forge horizontal linkages of local governments to professionals like academics. It stresses on the need of the academic community to find mechanisms to institutionalize the learning process for the next generation.