Context-based Good Governance Approach: A Sustainable Solution for Water Crisis
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by Arya C S, Nagendra Ambedkar Sole
2w ago
Indian Journal of Public Administration, Ahead of Print. Water governance is a complex, multilevel process based on the socio-political and administrative systems. The sustainable use of water resources is the main challenge of the present-day global water governance. The top-down, technocratic approach to governance made the water crisis, the crisis of governance. Literature shows a radical change towards a more humanistic, situation-based strategy that can solve water issues. The article analyses the significant water challenges, which include governance, scarcity, sustainability and adaptab ..read more
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An Examination of Socio-economic Well- being in Aspirational and Non-aspirational Districts of Assam: A Comparative Analysis of Their Performance
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by Nilanjana Chakrabarty, Juthika Konwar
2w ago
Indian Journal of Public Administration, Ahead of Print. The Aspirational Districts Programme (ADP) led by the Government of India (GoI) aims to achieve developmental goals in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The ADP has endeavoured to shift the focus back to development. Post-Independence, India has recorded an upward trend in overall growth and development, but it still has a huge scope for improvement. This initiative of the GoI has generated evidence-based data for guiding policymakers regarding the existing gaps in various developmental parameters. The core approach ..read more
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Government Expenditure and Inflation in India: An Empirical Analysis
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by Anshul Srivastava, Karuna Shanker Kanaujiya, Preeti Kannoujia
2w ago
Indian Journal of Public Administration, Ahead of Print. In any economy, inflation increases with an increase in economic growth and government size. However, when inflation increases beyond a certain undesirable level, it becomes a problem for the economy and hurts economic growth. The central bank uses various techniques to tackle inflation and reduce the possibility of harmful increase in it. Since India is a developing country, the government expenditure plays a crucial role and provides an important stimulus to economic growth. The main focus of this study is on the correlation between go ..read more
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Realisation of Human Development through the UN Sustainable Development Goals: A Case Study of India and South Africa
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by Utsav Kumar Singh
2w ago
Indian Journal of Public Administration, Ahead of Print. This comparative article reviews the policy interventions framed to achieve human development within the framework of the UN Sustainable Development Goals in two emerging economies, namely, India and South Africa. It focuses on the instruments of development and their implications for addressing common macroeconomic challenges such as poverty, inequality, and unemployment by learning from the expertise of each other ..read more
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The Trend of Judicial Activism in Indian Context: Emerging Issue Areas
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by Mayengbam Nandakishwor Singh
2w ago
Indian Journal of Public Administration, Ahead of Print. Since the dawn of Independence from the British rule, Indian democracy has been on an experimenting trajectory route. Despite all the pragmatic loopholes in its claim to be one of the largest democracies in the world, it is by far a reasonably successful electoral democracy. The fundamental pillars of the government are functioning in tandem with a reasonable democratic ethos. Being a large country with a market in countless divisional and segmented diversities, the government at times tends to look shaky and irresolute. During such situ ..read more
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Centre–State Relations in India: An Appraisal During Covid-19 Period
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by Rajbir Singh, Sandeep Dhilon
2w ago
Indian Journal of Public Administration, Ahead of Print. The framers of the Indian Constitution have tried to establish a federal system in which there is less of contradictions and more of coordination between the Union and the states. Accordingly, there is a clear division of powers between the States and the Centre in the Constitution. This arrangement has been in operation for more than seventy years. The changing sociopolitical and economic conditions have affected these relations at different phases including the Covid-19 pandemic crisis. The Indian federal structure was put to test duri ..read more
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Indian Experience of CSR and Corporate Governance in the Post-liberalised Era
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by Sandeep Kumar
3w ago
Indian Journal of Public Administration, Ahead of Print. Corporate governance (CG) and corporate social responsibility (CSR) have gained considerable space in business management literature in recent times. Both these concepts share many commonalities and overlap in the day-to-day operational and strategic life of business organisations. The purported aim of both CG and CSR is to ensure that corporations behave ethically and responsibly and are governed strictly according to the law while interacting with and empowering all the stakeholders. Therefore, it is important to explore the potential ..read more
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Nexus Between Citizens’ Trust and Good Governance in Public Institutions of South Asia
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by Jannatul Ferdous
3w ago
Indian Journal of Public Administration, Ahead of Print. Public institutions are essential for executing government policies. Citizens’ trust in public institutions is a crucial factor to consider when assessing the state of democracy. Working processes, trends, organisational principles, neutrality, approaches and impartiality are also used to assess an institution’s trustworthiness. Failing to satisfy any of these indicators can create distrust. Good governance is essential for every country to move forward and attain its development goals. For most countries in South Asia, governance is not ..read more
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Geographical Indicators as Tools of Economic Development
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by Ekta Sood, Yogita Sharma
3w ago
Indian Journal of Public Administration, Ahead of Print. A geographical indication (GI) defines a product as being from a certain place, when the product’s quality, reputation, or other attributes are largely related to its location. GI is a collective property, not a private one. It can be registered by an organisation representing the interests of a group of people in practically all nations. GIs helps in achieving and boosting rural development, environmental sustainability, consumer awareness and many other aspects. GIs are especially beneficial to agricultural product producers since they ..read more
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Gandhian Ideas: His Days and Ours
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by Priya Bhalla
3w ago
Indian Journal of Public Administration, Ahead of Print. A large section of the world population continues to live in hunger, starvation, malnutrition, deplorable living conditions with unsafe drinking water, inadequate health amenities and lack of proper education. The fear and uncertainty associated with the COVID-19 pandemic have resulted in the loss of lives and livelihoods for a large number of poor and vulnerable persons, pushing them deeper into the confines of poverty. It is in times such as these that Gandhian thoughts are popularly invoked by Gandhi’s followers. The present study is ..read more
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