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Current Trends in Science and Technology

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Bureaucracy and Politics in India: Institutions and Issues

Dr Sadia Nizami
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Online First: September 03, 2017
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Abstract

The sort of public administration needed to escalate the growth rate may not necessarily be the one that tackles deep poverty, seeks to remove inequality, tackles corruption, fights criminalization of politics, or ensures speedy justice. It is unlikely that a single design of the administrative machinery will fill all bills. One needs to be bold and innovative in designing special purpose instrumentalities, some of which may apparently be inconsistent with one another. For instance, further de-regulation may be required to foster economic growth, and the state may need to withdraw from some of the commercial activities that it is currently engaged in. At the same time, the state may need to devise measures to more effectively regulate certain sectors while pumping more money to improve the infrastructure, alleviate poverty and remove inequalities.

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