Public Procurement in India: Assessment of Institutional Mechanism, Challenges, and Reforms
Bhabesh Hazarika () and
Pratap Ranjan Jena ()
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The present study assesses the public procurement system and recent reform initiatives in India and outlines the need for changes in the institutional frameworks.
Keywords: Public procurement; institutional mechanism; procurement reform; India; academia; policy makers; public financial; inefficiency; corruption; waste. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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