Central Grants and State Autonomy

Central Grants and State Autonomy

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The Present Book Examines The Problems Of Constitutional Theory And Practice Of FederalAnIsm With Special Reference To The Centralizing Tendencies Of The Central Voluntary Grants And The Autonomy Of The States In India. These Are Studied Within The Theoretical Framework Of Three Federal Theories Classical Theory Of Federalism, Origin Theory Of Federalism And Theory Of Co-Operative Federalism.In Terms Of Conceptual Framework, The ProAnBlem Of This Study Has Three Dimensions Structural Dimension, Contextual Dimension And Operational Dimension. It Has Three DetermiAnNants Constitutional Determinants, Socio-EcoAnNomic Determinants And Political Determinants.The Book Examines How The Existing SocioAnEconomic Conditions Compel The States To AcAnCept The Central Voluntary Grants. It Analyses How The Operational Aspects Of The Central VolAnUntary Grants Have Built-In Mechanism To PenAnEtrate Into State Autonomy. It Has Explained The Various Dimensions Of Central Means Of Penetration Into State Fields Through The CenAnTral Voluntary Grants. It Has Identified The ArAnEas Of State Into Which The Central Grants Have Made Penetration. It Has Evaluated Trends In Centralizing Tendencies Of The Central Grants. It Has Measured Reactions Of Leaders, Political Parties, Reports Of Commissions, Academicians, Etc., To Such Centralizing Tendencies.Though There Are Several Books On Indian FedAnEralism In General And On Centre-State FinanAnCial Relations In Particular, Yet The Present Book Is The First Of Its Kind In Presenting All Pervading Picture Of Article 282 Which Was Considered As An Insignificant Article By The Framers Of The Indian Constitution But Which Has Become The Most Powerful Weapon In The Hands Of The Planning Commission And Of The Central Government To Penetrate Into State Autonomy In The Name Of Grants And Planned Development.Proceedings of the Meeting with the Eighth Finance Commission, held on 10th August 1983 (Bangalore : Government Press, ... Speech ofShri S.R. Bommai, Chief Minister, at the Discussion with the Ninth Finance Commission during their visit to Karnataka, 13th January, 1989 (Bangalore ... West Bengal Memoradnum on Centre-State Relations (Adopted by the West Bengal Cabinet at its meeting held onanbsp;...

Title:Central Grants and State Autonomy
Author:Shankaragouda Hanamantagouda Patil
Publisher:Atlantic Publishers & Dist - 1995-01-01


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