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Government revenue and expenditure in an agrarian economy: North Arcot District in South India

, : Government revenue and expenditure in an agrarian economy: North Arcot District in South India. Public Administration and Development 8(4): 437-456

This paper uses disaggregated data to assess the recent history and geography of revenue mobilization and expenditure allocation in a district of Tamil Nadu, India, where rice production increased by 50% during the decade 1973-83 and where gross urban output (to judge from research in one market town) increased in real terms by a factor of 8.

Accession: 001604351

DOI: 10.1002/pad.4230080406

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