Social Sector in a Decentralized Economy
Lekha cHAKRABORTY () and
No 23937 in World Bank Publications from The World Bank
The institutions, architecture and the process of decentralization vary widely across countries. These variations have financial as well as redistributive implications when it comes to providing access to basic public services at local levels. This book is an analytical examination of financing and public service delivery challenges in a decentralized framework. In addition it provides critical insights into the effectiveness of public expenditure through benefit incidence analysis of education and healthcare services in India.
Keywords: Public Sector Development - Decentralization Governance - Local Government Education - Education Reform and Management Health; Nutrition and Population - Health Service Management and Delivery (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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