Development through urban bias public expenditure an empirical study of Bangladesh by Ataul Huq Pramanik

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Published by Centre for Social Studies in Dhaka .

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Places:

  • Bangladesh,
  • Bangladesh.

Subjects:

  • City planning -- Bangladesh.,
  • Rural development -- Bangladesh.,
  • Income distribution -- Bangladesh.,
  • Bangladesh -- Economic policy.

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StatementAtaul Huq Pramanik.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHT169.B34 P72 1982
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 335, [21] p. ;
Number of Pages335
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2825777M
LC Control Number83901266

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Yet thirty years on from Lipton’s original conclusion, the importance of urban bias is still Cited by: urban bias thesis (UBT) was formally presented in his book Why Poor People Stay Poor: A Study of Urban Bias in World Development ().

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ilarly de nes urban bias as the combination of an ine cient and inequitable transfer of resources to urban areas, paired with the support of the political elite.

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It is a structural condition of overurbanization and its growth leads to saturated urban labour market, truncated opportunity structures in rural areas, overburdened public. The book covers all Development through urban bias public expenditure book of public expenditure management from the preparation of the budget to the execution, control and audit stages.

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development would be: development that benefits rural populations; where development is understood as the sustained improvement of the population’s standards of living or welfare. This definition of rural development, however, has to be further qualified. The rural vs urban development bias in Africa.

Mabogunje argued that a key part of bad post-independence local development policies have African countries focusing on public spending and investment in urban areas, through which they can collectively produce such products aimed for the local and export markets.

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priority accorded agriculture in public expenditure programs.4 But, as these examples indicate, there were only vague hints and suggestions about the existence of andurban economic bias in less developed countries. It remained for Lipton to show in his book how powerful a force urban bias.

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between public expenditure and growth by paying growing attention to the nature and composition of public spending. Several draw a distinction between productive and unproductive public expenditures, with the rst having a positive and the second a nil, if not negative, impact on .indirectly.

Our model shows that shares of some expenditure types or functions in total public spending are expected to rise with deterioration in the quality of governance, while shares of other types or functional expenditure categories are expected to fall with a decline in the quality of governance.

As we discuss later, these findings could.Urban-rural linkages are an integral part of fostering development in both urban and rural communities. However, the focus on development tends to have an urban bias toward Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) with an increase in urbanization.

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