Fiscal Developments and Outlook in India
AbstractThe paper identifies those elements in the configuration of fiscal parameters confronting the country that give cause for concern, and examines whether the fiscal reform measures taken address these adequately. [Working Paper No. 15].
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India; fiscal parameters; reform; concern; revenue effort; election-year profligacy; political economy of federations; fiscal responsibility legislation; non-interest; revenue; regression analysis; National Small Savings Fund; political; fiscal deficit;
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