Local Self - Government in India - Finances, Functions and Functionaries
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The present edited book is an attempt to describe different development aspects of Local Self-Government in India. The book covers a broad scenario of Local Self-Government finances in the country, financial resources of Local Self-Government and devolution of resources at various levels, the tax administration and its problems and revenue prospects and financial administration involving budgeting, accounting and auditing of Local Self-Government and suggests measures for their improvement. The book also attempts to examine the existing status of Local Self-Government finances in West Bengal, India with reference to their composition and trends and to assess the revenue mobilization efforts of the Local Self-Government on both tax and non-tax spheres. It then tries to suggest measures to improve the financial administration of Local Self-Government. Further, it focuses on some newer sources of revenue, which could possibly be utilized by the Local Self-Government with political will. It is hoped that this study will be found useful by policy makers, experts, scholars and academicians in the field and will be a welcome addition to the literature on local government finances.
Dr. Tapan Kumar Ghosh, M.A. (Economics), Ph.D. (Economics), is Assistant Professor of Economics, Ananda Chandra College under the University of North Bengal, West Bengal, India. His areas of specialization are Public Economics, Development Economics, Agricultural Economics, Resource Economics and Forest Management.
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