Fiscal Management in Haryana: A Review
AbstractAn attempt has been made to understand the factors leading to the worsening situation of the state finances. Investigations reveal that the revenue receipts of the state could not keep pace with expenditure requirements and therefore, led to the decline of its fiscal health. [Working Paper No. 34]
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Haryana; state finances; expenditure; fiscal health; management;
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- World Bank, 2004. "State Fiscal Reforms in India : Progress and Prospects," World Bank Other Operational Studies, The World Bank 14609, The World Bank.
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