The paper delves into some of the pressing challenges that Nepalese public schooling system is dealing with and connects these issues with how the new constitutional provision of local governments taking over (basic) education could provide a way out towards enhancing public education in Nepal.[Download not found]
Frail local governance: Old administration ways to blame
Three years after their inception, local governments are struggling to navigate their way around legal intricacies, build institutional strategy and […]
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Liberty Discussion on “Coronavirus, easy money, and the bad penny of Keynesian economics” by Dan Mitchell.
Liberty Discussion Session for the month of September 2020 was held on 25th September 2020 via the virtual platform of Google […]
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Towards provincial fiscal autonomy
With the changed context of federalism, the sub-national governments – province and local – are recognised as autonomous spheres and […]