2 edition of Centre-state relations in the field of social services, 1950-70 found in the catalog.
Centre-state relations in the field of social services, 1950-70
|LC Classifications||HV393 .R36, HV393 R36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 356 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||356|
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The intention is to draw a much needed integration of historical, theoretical, and philosophical perspectives on the development of modern.Get this from a library! The politics of social services. [Jeffry H Galper] -- A critical analysis of the political roles and impact of social services in the United States, assessing their influence on the values, structures, and human behaviors underlying the present social.The debate on Centre-State relations, as the book ebook points out, is ebook conditioned by a presumption about the relative efficiencies of the Centre and the States.
It submits that while there is often an impression that the States are profligate relative to the Centre, the revenue and fiscal indicators do not support this view.