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Reforming India’s Social Sector: Poverty, Nutrition, Health And Education

by: K. Seeta Prabhu, R. Sudarshan,

It is widely believed that economic reforms widen inequalities in societies which are already highly unequal and the impact of economic reforms on social sectors, particularly in developing economies like India, has therefore been a subject of great concern These economies, it is argued, face the double problem of poverty, deprivation and inequality on the […]

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It is widely believed that economic reforms widen inequalities in societies which are already highly unequal and the impact of economic reforms on social sectors, particularly in developing economies like India, has therefore been a subject of great concern These economies, it is argued, face the double problem of poverty, deprivation and inequality on the one hand and cutbacks in fiscal expenditures (to prune budgetary expenditures) on the other. This book addresses this problem, drawing out the debates in each of the themes of poverty alleviation, nutrition, health and education with the use of theoretical and empirical analysis.

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ISBN: 978-81-87358-10-7
Publisher: Social Science Press
Publish Date: 2002
Page Count: 337

Meet the Author
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K. Seeta Prabhu is Professor of Development Economics, University of Mumbai and Head, Human Development Resource Centre, UNDP, New Delhi.  
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R. Sudarshan is Adviser, Access to Justice, Oslo Governance Centre, Oslo.

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