By Ali Farazmand
Stressed from the area financial institution, the overseas financial cash and the realm exchange association governments of either industrialized and not more constructed international locations have undertaken large reforms and reorganization to streamline their public sectors. This quantity, with chapters written by way of gurus from worldwide, offers details on administrative reform in diversified international locations. Following an advent, which units a theoretical framework, the publication includes sections dedicated to Asia, the Near/Middle East, Africa, and a comparability of East/South Europe and Asia.
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Corruption thus became rampant, along with a ﬂourishing underground economy to avoid taxation and cover up income illegally obtained. It is estimated that nearly 40 percent of the national economy is “black money”—unaccounted for and hidden away, avoiding taxation. Several measures were suggested and a few were implemented to correct this situation, the most noteworthy of which is the recent Voluntary Disclosure of Income Scheme (VDIS). Under this scheme, the United Front government in 1996–1997 announced amnesty for those who came forward to disclose their income and pay taxes.
Local Administration. Local Administration Study Group. ———. (1995b). Local Automony. Daewangsa. Chapter 3 Administrative Reforms in India Krishna K. Tummala INTRODUCTION All nations in their path toward development indulge in administrative reforms. This is only more so in the case of less developed countries trying to catch up with the rest of the world. And the task is even greater in the case of former colonies which in their efforts at indigenization need to contend with inherited structures and the ethos of the former foreign masters.
Shankar, member-secretary, Administrative Reforms Commission (ARC) went on to observe: “[M]any of the recommendations that we made on the question of administrative machinery are not novel—there is nothing new in them. They have been repeated ad nauseam from time to time” (Tummala, 1979: 159). For example, historically there has been a debate as to whether the ﬁscal year starting on April 1 of each year is suitable at all for India, particularly considering the impact of the monsoon on agriculture which cannot be gauged before revenue estimates begin each year.