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Editorial Board

Editorial Advisors

Prof. Ronald L.Watts (Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada)


Prof. John Kincaid (Meyner Center for the Study of State Govt. Lafayette College, PA-USA)

Prof. Hans-Peter Schneider (Institute of Federal Studies, University of Hannover, Germany)

Prof. Thomas Fleiner (Institute of Federalism, Fribourg-Switzerland)

Prof. Cheryl Saunders (Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies, University of Melbourne)

Prof. Balveer Arora (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi)

Prof. C. P. Bhambhri (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi)

Prof. A.S. Narang (Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi)
 

Dr. H. Ramchandran (Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University)
 

Dr. George Mathew (Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi)
 

Editorial Committee

Arshi Khan

Kumar Suresh

Ajay Kumar Singh

Editor

Akhtar Majeed

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Indian Journal of Federal Studies
Ninth Issue ( 1/2004 )

 

Contents

  1. Asymmetrical Decentralization: Functional or Dysfunctional - Ronald L. Watts

  2. Fiscal Federalism: Some Current Concerns - C. Rangarajan

  3. Evolution of the Principles of Devolution in India: 1935 to 2003 - Sudhir Krishna

  4. Below The Third Tier: Water Users Associations and Participatory Irrigation Management in India - Rakesh Hooja

  5. Federal Division of Responsibilities in India - Mahendra Pratap Singh

  6. Divergence of Perception but Convergence of Conclusion: How Federal India Perceives itself - Ajay Kumar Singh

  7. 'They' in Plural Societies - Akhtar Majeed

  8. Book Review

  9. Forum of Federations:


 

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