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The Orientation Of Chinese Institution Reformation: Non-Governmental Organization

Posted on:2007-09-16Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:S J ChenFull Text:PDF
GTID:2166360182495723Subject:Administrative Management
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It is widely acknowledged that under the traditional planned economy, the formation and development of institutions is necessary and rational. It has played a critical role in pushing overall Chinese undertakings forward, especially in improving the living condition and boosting spiritual civilization. However, with the establishment of market economy in China and overexpansion of institutions, it is hard for the institutions to meet the need of market economy, and they have partly become an obstacle to the harmonious development of economy and society. Meanwhile, some institutions act partly on the government behalf, which result in disorder of government function, incompetence of macro-control, inefficiency in administration, overexpansion of governmental organization, and great financial burden. Thus, it is urgent to adjust to the reformation of economy and transformation of government function and ease the conflict between the service offered by institutions and social need. So the transformation of administration and operation of institutions must be enforced.With the help of a contrast-and-comparison study of Chinese and western scholars' understanding of NGO, the thesis puts forward the research object and frame. Then it analyzes the problems of Chinese NGO, reviews historically the relationship between Chinese government and Chinese NGO and suggests how to establish a constructive and interactive relationship between them. Through the case study of NGO in solving labors' kids' education in Sichuan Province, the thesis expounds the practical approach to the reformation from Chinese institution to Chinese NGO.The thesis is to be of practical significance in Chinese institution transformation.
Keywords/Search Tags:NGO, institution, orientation of reformation
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