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Regional imbalances and process of regional development in Nepal

Yadav Prasad Pant

Regional imbalances and process of regional development in Nepal

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Published by Development Publishers in Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nepal.
    • Subjects:
    • Regional planning -- Nepal.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementY.P. Pant, S.C. Jain.
      ContributionsJain, Sharad Chandra.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHT395.N37 P36
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 72 p. ;
      Number of Pages72
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3931658M
      LC Control Number81908321

      All regions must develop itself along with the national economy. Chapter fourhas entail results and discussions, more specifically the causes and consequences of fiscal imbalance in the study areas. Afghanistan became its 8th member in Thereby, with the advancement of national economy, all round regional development is attained. The contemporary world consisted of two-different realms; one that of the west, immensely rich, industrialized, urbanized and with a history of steady development since the industrial revolution, the other of newly independent countries, abysmally poor, agricultural, rural and with an equally long history of exploitation and stagnation. But federal constitution is the basic document that laid out the legal and institutional outline for decentralization in Ethiopia Berhanu,

      Furthermore, sub national officials may press tax administrators to employ more resources to the collection of sub national taxes than the low yield of these taxes may warrant. Scope and Limitation of the Study Decentralization includes the transfer of fiscal, political and administrative responsibilities to lower levels of government that are essential for promoting local self-governance system. In addition to this, Giugale and Webbargue that, access to own revenues is key to fiscal decentralization because it gives sub national governments control over the size of public spending within their jurisdictions. Planning and Economic Development : Nehruvian and Gandhian perspectives; role of planning and public sector; Green Revolution, land reforms and agrarian relations; liberalilzation and economic reforms.

      Economic stability has been one of the objectives of every Five year plan in India. Thereby, with the advancement of national economy, all round regional development is attained. Making of the Indian Constitution: Legacies of the British rule; different social and political perspectives. In the capital scarce third world countries the meager development resources were invested in economically efficient regions that accelerated the regional disparities. Regional and local officials may be more interested in preserving the economic viability of local enterprises which provide employment and a tax base for sub national taxes than ensuring that federal taxes get paid. The increasing influence of federal government on regional government as well as the regional government on Weredas through intergovernmental fiscal transfer creates more dependencies of regional government on federal government and Wukro and Maichew Weredas on regional government which affects the local self-governance.


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Regional imbalances and process of regional development in Nepal book

Incentive policies for agricultural and industrial growth 3. It was not formally taught in schools at first but, intertwined with Tibetan Buddhism. Even when recommendations were made to grant more licenses to backward areas, the backward areas of the developed states received a preferential treatment.

Lathur 4. After the advent of democracy inforeigners started visiting Nepal and an era of modern tourism started. No country in the region is having any feeling of belongingness with the other state. The paper tries to identify what investments would make them more inclusive. Integrated approach to local level planning focused on the district and the block.

The first chapter presents background of the study, statement of the problem, broad purpose of the research, specific research questions, significance of the study, scope and limitation of the study and organization of the paper.

10 Objective of Economic Planning of India

Nepal does not have transportation facilities to the Base Camps of important Himalayan peaks like in other countries. Wukro and Maichew Weredas are among 46 Weredas found in Tigray facing the problem of fiscal imbalance. Analytical study of both settings requires application of advanced mathematical analysis, e.

In line with this, the most common source of vertical imbalance is the lack of revenue autonomy at the sub national level including the perception of the central authorities that most significant taxes should be centrally managed Vazquez, Comprehensive regional planning approach.

Finally chapter six comes up with concluding remarks and possible recommendation to minimize the problem. Economic Development: The main objective of Indian planning is to achieve the goal of economic development economic development is necessary for under developed countries because they can solve the problems of general poverty, unemployment and backwardness through it.

This tourism policy included different working policies some of which are- participation of the private sector and general people in tourism infrastructure to be upgraded, popular religious tourism sites to be promoted, to develop Nepal as a centre for adventure tourism, quality of service and security to be upgraded, regional imbalances to be corrected and marketing in tourist originating markets to be strengthened.

Chapter fourhas entail results and discussions, more specifically the causes and consequences of fiscal imbalance in the study areas. It takes many forms such as expansion of local revenues through property or sales taxes, responsibility of spending decisions and others.

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It also explores the role of labour migration, particularly the emigration of skilled labour, in this process.

Sustainable Mountain Tourism Development in Nepal

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Development, Women, Children and Social Welfare, Health and Education) have been prepared and published in this book form with the decision of Gender Responsive Committee of Ministry of Finance.

It is expected that this material will play a supportive role in formulating the gender friendly projects and programs of the concerned ministries. We, the delegates at the World Community Development Conference held in Maynooth University, Ireland in Junemake the following declaration collectively: We reaffirm community development as a process where people concerned with human rights, economic, social and environmental justice act collectively to change societal circumstances.

Apr 20,  · Development of modern tourism in Nepal began with mountain tourism in the Himalayas. s is the most important period in Nepal’s tourism development because up toforeigners were prohibited to enter Nepal and most of mountaineering activities in Nepal Himalayas took place from the Northern side, via Tibet.