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Issues before the Fourteenth Finance Commission

The author is grateful to V L Kelkar, Sumit Bose and an anonymous referee for insightful comments. The author thanks participants of the national seminar on “Centre-State Relations in Indian Fiscal Context” held at the Centre for Economic & Social Studies, Hyderabad on 5 November 2012 for their comments on a preliminary version of this article. The author also thanks P Srinivasa Subrahmanyam (OSD), Finance Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh for research assistance. The usual disclaimers apply.

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