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New development paradigms and challenges for Western and Central India / editors, R. Parthasarathy, Sudarshan Iyengar.

By: National Seminar on New Developmental Paradigms and Challenges in Western and Central India (2003 : Ahmadābād, India).
Contributor(s): Parthasarathy, R. (Rengarajan), 1958- | Sudarshan Iyengar | Gujarat Institute of Development Research.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : Published for Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad by Concept Pub. Co., 2006Description: 2 volumes : maps ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 8180692809 (set); 8180693120 (v. 1); 9788180693120 (hardback); 8180693139 (v. 2).Other title: New development paradigms & challenges for Western & Central India [Spine title].Subject(s): Sustainable development -- India -- Congresses | India -- Economic policy -- 1991-DDC classification: 330.954 NEW
Contents:
Foreword by Prof Tushaar Shah vii Prefiace ix List of Tables xix List of Charts, Figs and Graphs and Appendix Figures xxiv Contributors xxvii VOLUME ONE PART I Economic Growth and Sustainable Development I. Introduction : Paradigms and Challenges 3 -R. Parthasarathy and Sudarshan lyengar 2. Economic Reforms and Development Strategy in Gujarat 30 -Ravindra H. Dholakia 3. Challenges to Sustainable Development: Some Issues 55 in the Context of Gujarat -Indira Hirway 4. Poverty and Natural Resources: Understanding the 82 Dynamics in the Context of Dryland Regions in Western India -Amita Shah 5. Goa: Been There, Done That, Now What? Resource 110 Management and Democratic Processes -Pranab Mukhopadhyay PART 11 Urbanisation and Industrialisation 6. Urbanisation and Growth Dynamics in India: An 123 Analysis with Special Reference to Western and Central Regions Amitahh Kundu and Niranjan Sarangi 7. Gujarat: Urban Development Dynamics 181 -H.M Shivananda Swanmy and K Mukundan 8. Municipal Finances and Development in Small and 217 Medium Towns: Gujarat -Darshini Mahadevia 9. Institutional Finance in Rajasthan: The Recent Trends 261 Surfit Singh PART III Social Sectors 10. Expenditure Allocation and Welfare Returns to 301 Government Efforts: A Suggested Model And Its Application Archana R Dholakia and Ravindra H. Dholakia 11. Health and Healthcare in Western and Central India: 326 The Criticality of Public Finance Ravi Duggal 12. Human Resources for the Twenty-First Century: 354 The Contribution of Traditional Birth Attendants (Dais) -Mirali Chatteijee 13. Liberalisation and Labour in Indian Industry 364 -Tirthankar Roy VOLUME TWO PART IV Management of Common Property Resources: Institutionalisation and Innovations 14. Alternative Institutional Structures for Sustainable 393 Development of Common Pool Resources: Lessons from Chhattisgarh -Dinesh K Marothia 15. Management of Forest as a Common Property Resource 413 for Sustainable Rural Development -PK. Biswas 16. Leadership in Community Initiated Forest Management 429 -Rucha Ghate 17. A New Paradigm of Development Based on 474 Afforestation of Wastelands Through Tree Growers' Cooperative and Other Village Institutions -Katar Singh 18. Land Ownership Patterns: Implications for Natural, 494 ResourcesDevelopment and Governance Neelilna Khailan 19. Institutional Renovation for Pastureland Development 502 in a Village of Rajasthan -Sunil Ray 20. Role of Multiple Stakeholders for Sustainable 534 Management ofWater Resources: The Case of an Urban Wetland of Madhya Pradesh -Madhu Verma, Nishita Bakshi and Ramesh PK. Nair PART V Watershed Development: As If People Mattered? 21. Watershed Reforms in India 565 -Mihir Shah and PS. rijay Shankar 22. Participatory Approach in a Resource-Centred 589 Programme: A View of the Socio-Economic issues R.S. Deshpunde and M.. Rhende PART VI Participatory Irrigation Management: A Reform or a Programme? 23. Objects and Accomplishments of Participatory 607 Irrigation Management Programme in India: An Open Pair of Scissors -R. Parthasarathy 24. Politics of Water Management: Missing Links in 645 the Debate ishwa Ballabh 25. Fading Shine of the Golden Decade The 656 Establishment Strikes Back -Anil C Shah.
Summary: Papers presented at the National Seminar on New Developmental Paradigms and Challenges in Western and Central India, held at Ahmedabad in 2003.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foreword by Prof Tushaar Shah vii
Prefiace ix
List of Tables xix
List of Charts, Figs and Graphs and Appendix Figures xxiv
Contributors xxvii
VOLUME ONE
PART I
Economic Growth and Sustainable Development
I. Introduction : Paradigms and Challenges 3
-R. Parthasarathy and Sudarshan lyengar
2. Economic Reforms and Development Strategy in Gujarat 30
-Ravindra H. Dholakia
3. Challenges to Sustainable Development: Some Issues 55
in the Context of Gujarat
-Indira Hirway
4. Poverty and Natural Resources: Understanding the 82
Dynamics in the Context of Dryland Regions in
Western India
-Amita Shah
5. Goa: Been There, Done That, Now What? Resource 110
Management and Democratic Processes
-Pranab Mukhopadhyay
PART 11
Urbanisation and Industrialisation
6. Urbanisation and Growth Dynamics in India: An 123
Analysis with Special Reference to Western and
Central Regions
Amitahh Kundu and Niranjan Sarangi
7. Gujarat: Urban Development Dynamics 181
-H.M Shivananda Swanmy and K Mukundan
8. Municipal Finances and Development in Small and 217
Medium Towns: Gujarat
-Darshini Mahadevia
9. Institutional Finance in Rajasthan: The Recent Trends 261
Surfit Singh
PART III
Social Sectors
10. Expenditure Allocation and Welfare Returns to 301
Government Efforts: A Suggested Model And Its
Application
Archana R Dholakia and Ravindra H. Dholakia
11. Health and Healthcare in Western and Central India: 326
The Criticality of Public Finance
Ravi Duggal
12. Human Resources for the Twenty-First Century: 354
The Contribution of Traditional Birth Attendants (Dais)
-Mirali Chatteijee
13. Liberalisation and Labour in Indian Industry 364
-Tirthankar Roy
VOLUME TWO
PART IV
Management of Common Property Resources:
Institutionalisation and Innovations
14. Alternative Institutional Structures for Sustainable 393
Development of Common Pool Resources:
Lessons from Chhattisgarh
-Dinesh K Marothia
15. Management of Forest as a Common Property Resource 413
for Sustainable Rural Development
-PK. Biswas
16. Leadership in Community Initiated Forest Management 429
-Rucha Ghate
17. A New Paradigm of Development Based on 474
Afforestation of Wastelands Through Tree Growers'
Cooperative and Other Village Institutions
-Katar Singh
18. Land Ownership Patterns: Implications for Natural, 494
ResourcesDevelopment and Governance
Neelilna Khailan
19. Institutional Renovation for Pastureland Development 502
in a Village of Rajasthan
-Sunil Ray
20. Role of Multiple Stakeholders for Sustainable 534
Management ofWater Resources: The Case of an Urban
Wetland of Madhya Pradesh
-Madhu Verma, Nishita Bakshi and Ramesh PK. Nair
PART V
Watershed Development: As If People Mattered?
21. Watershed Reforms in India 565
-Mihir Shah and PS. rijay Shankar
22. Participatory Approach in a Resource-Centred 589
Programme: A View of the Socio-Economic issues
R.S. Deshpunde and M.. Rhende
PART VI
Participatory Irrigation Management:
A Reform or a Programme?
23. Objects and Accomplishments of Participatory 607
Irrigation Management Programme in India:
An Open Pair of Scissors
-R. Parthasarathy
24. Politics of Water Management: Missing Links in 645
the Debate
ishwa Ballabh
25. Fading Shine of the Golden Decade The 656
Establishment Strikes Back
-Anil C Shah.

Papers presented at the National Seminar on New Developmental Paradigms and Challenges in Western and Central India, held at Ahmedabad in 2003.

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