Fiscal Decentralization: It’s Impact on Development- A Case Study of Balochistan

Shoaib Ur Rehman, Abdul Manan kakar, Dr. Abdul Qadir


Discovering and measuring the important effects of fiscal decentralization on the uplift of masses and economic development of Balochistan. For this purpose, Data will be taken from the years 2005 to 2012 and data of 29 districts out of 32 will be selected for concluding study. This papers mainly concentrates on expenditure decentralization and expenses which are being continued by the districts for the progress. As a matter of fact, there are some three main indicators of the economic development including the betterment of health sector, standardization of educational level and infrastructure. In this matter, children immunization, net primary enrolment in education, availability to tape water are taken as important indicators. . The study of research highlights how the distribution of financial powers to lower tiers and district affect the basic institutions of the area such as health, education and development of infrastructure, it also discusses the negative outcomes of centralized system in which the smaller provinces are deprived of their basic rights. Moreover, this thesis will thoroughly discuss the overall ramification of current criteria of distribution of resources.

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