|Title||Development and publlic finance : Essays in honour of Raja J. Chelliah|
|Author||edited by D.K. Srivastava and U. Sankar|
|Imprint||New Delhi : SAGE Publications India, 2012|
|Descript||xvii, 341p. : ill ; 25 cm|
introduction and overview. -- On strategies for disinvestment and privatization. -- Financial transactions taxes. -- Issues in design and implementation of a carbon tax system in India. -- Economic analysis of India's double tax avoidance agreements. -- A political cost model of fiscal federalism: some empirical results from Indian Federation. -- Tax effort of Indian States, 2002-07. -- On the political economy of fiscal imbalances in India. -- When should budget deficit be a serious concern? -- Revenue estimation for goods and services tax. -- Contours of central banknig: have they changed? -- Decentralization and economic development: issues in policy and institutional reform. -- Modelling social policy. -- Decentralization in India: outcomes and opportunities. -- Globalization of knowledge development. -- Climate change: adaptation and mitigation policies in India. -- Regional growth convergence in Indian States: a panel data approach. -- Investment and subsidies in Indian agriculture: one variation on a theme by Dr. Raja J. Chelliah. -- Credit, branch banking and output: evidence from Indian States. -- A biographical sketch. -- Raja Chelliah: economist without an honorific 'Indian' -- Dr. Chelliah: great Crusader for fiscal reforms. -- Raja Chelliah: an indomitable Crusader.
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