Edited by Devesh Kapur, Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Milan Vaishnav.
Place & Publisher
New Delhi, Oxford University Press.
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While a growing private sector and a vibrant civil society can help compensate for the
shortcomings of India's public sector, the state is-and will remain-indispensable in
delivering basic governance. In Rethinking Public Institutions in India, distinguished
political and economic thinkers critically assess a diverse array of India's core federal
institutions, from the Supreme Court and Parliament to the Election Commission and the
Relying on interdisciplinary approaches and decades of practitioner experience, this
volume interrogates the capacity of India's public sector to navigate the far-reaching
transformations the country is experiencing. An insightful introduction to the functioning
of Indian democracy, it offers a roadmap for carrying out fundamental reforms that will be
necessary for India to build a reinvigorated state for the twenty-first century.
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