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Information-based instruments for improved urban management, Volume 1
 
Author:Deichmann,Uwe; Lall, Somik V.; Suri, Ajay; Rajoria, Pragya; Country:India;
Date Stored:2003/04/11Document Date:2003/03/31
Document Type:Policy Research Working PaperSubTopics:Environmental Economics & Policies; Banks & Banking Reform; Municipal Financial Management; Public Health Promotion; Public Sector Economics; Decentralization; ICT Policy and Strategies
Language:EnglishRegion:South Asia
Report Number:WPS3002Sub Sectors:Sub-national government administration
Collection Title:Policy, Research working paper series ; no. WPS 3002Volume No:1

Summary: The task of urban managers is to ensure the provision of basic urban services, such as water, waste removal, security, transport, and an environment conducive to economic activity, while maintaining fiscal sustainability of city operations. City managers in developing countries face increasing pressure in achieving these goals because of rapid urbanization, the larger responsibilities following decentralization, and the economic challenges of globalization. Based on experience in Bangalore, India, the authors argue that effective, forward-looking urban management requires a much better information infrastructure than is currently available in most cities.

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