Rethinking Public Institutions in India

Rethinking Public Institutions in India

Edited by Devesh Kapur, Pratap Bhanu Mehta, and Milan Vaishnav
Oxford University Press

The book brings together insights from academics as well as practitioners, and it covers the waterfront in terms of institutions-from parliament to the RBI, and from the Supreme Court to regulatory agencies. It helps provide a framework for how ordinary Indians can make sense of what is a widely-held notion: that the government in Delhi often does not work the way it should. The book not only offers a diagnosis of the problem, but it offers lessons for how to improve governance in the years to come.

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