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Maheshwari, Shriram

MAHESHWARI, Shriram

MAHESHWARI, Shriram. Indian, b. 1931. Genres: Public/Social administration. Career: Lecturer, Agra College, 1955-62, St. Stephen's College, Delhi, 1962, and University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 1964; Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi, reader in public administration, 1965-73, professor of political science and public administration, 1973-91; Centre for Political and Administrative Studies, New Delhi, director. Indian Public Administration Association, president, 1988-90. Publications: The General Election in India, 1962; The Evolution of Indian Administration, 1970; Local Government in India, 1971; Government through Consultation, 1972; Administrative Reforms Commission, 1972; (co-author) Public Administration, 1973, 16th ed., 1990; Indian Administration, 1973, 4th ed., 1990; President's Rule in India, 1977; State Governments in India, 1979; Administrative Reform in India, 1981; Open Government in India, 1981; Indian Parliamentary System, 1981; Electoral Politics in the National Metropolis, 1982; Comparative Government and Politics, 1983; Political Development in India, 1984; Rural Development in India, 1985; The Higher Civil Service in Japan, 1987; The Mandal Commission and Mandalisation, 1990; The Higher Civil Service in France, 1991; Problems and Issues in Administrative Federalism, 1992; Theories and Concepts in Public Administration, 1992; Administrative Reform in India, 1993; Indian Administration: An Historical Account, 1993; Indian Administrative System, 1994; Mandal Commission Revisited, 1994; (co-author) Public Service in Canada and India, 1994; The Census Administration in India under the Raj and After, 1996; Major Civil Service Systems in the World, 1997; Administrative Theory, 1998; Administrative Thinkers, 1999; A Dictionary of Public Administration, 2002. EDITOR: Study of Public Administration in India, 1974; G.T. Chesney, Indian Polity, 1976; Teaching of Public Administration in India, 1979. Address: Centre for Political and Administrative Studies, 156 Golf Links, New Delhi 110003, India. Online address: [email protected]

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