Democratic Governance and Human Development
Edited by: Yatindra Singh Sisodia
The success of the democratic process in a country depends on the capability and integrity of the institutions of governance and the extent of people's participation in governance. Democracy, in fact, involves dignity, diversity, dissent, and development. Human development cannot be sustained without good governance, and governance cannot be sound unless it sustains human development. This volume identifies the broad trends in democratic governance and human development emanating across India. With six decades of independence, India has categorically put forth a scenario which needs stocktaking, looking into the multifaceted aspects of human development to carve out strategies for future. The book will be a valuable reference for researchers, bureaucrats, policy makers, planners, practitioners, and those interested in the development of India.
Publication Date: 4/1/2013
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