Financing Urban Development

Abhijit Datta The assumption that urban development should pay for itself ignores its essentially non-viable and redistributive nature. Similarly, in view of the scattering of fiscal powers and developmental responsibility among the various layers of government, it is unrealistic to suggest that urban development must increasingly rely on the internal resources of metropolitan areas.

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