2 edition of The Nature and dimension of the urban fiscal crisis found in the catalog.
The Nature and dimension of the urban fiscal crisis
|Statement||prepared for the National Commission on Urbanisation.|
|Series||Research study series ;, no. 18, Research study series (N.I.U.A. (Organization : India)) ;, no. 18.|
|Contributions||India. National Commission on Urbanisation., N.I.U.A. (Organization : India)|
|LC Classifications||HJ9565, Microfiche 87/60228|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 48, 20 leaves|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||87907025|
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State governments play a critical role in the nation's fiscal and economic system. They collect revenues on the order of 6 percent of GDP, or roughly a third as much as the federal government.
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