Decentralising Governance of Natural Resources in India: A review

Lele, Sharachchandra (2004) Decentralising Governance of Natural Resources in India: A review. Technical Report. UNDP Dryland Development Centre, Nairobi, Bangalore.

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This paper provides a broad overview of the past and ongoing efforts at decentralising the governance of natural resources (DGNR) in India. The focus is on ‘governance’, which includes both day-to-day management as well as broader decision-making regarding resource ownership, access and use, and associated legal, administrative and fiscal arrangements. We assume that more decentralisation than what prevails today is better, but emphasise the need for multi-layered governance as well.

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