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A Study On The Local Government 's Governance In The Process Of Urbanization

Posted on:2016-09-27Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:J Y HuangFull Text:PDF
GTID:2279330461963257Subject:Administrative Management
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China is in a high-speed operation of urbanization which affects the restructuring and development of society to a great extent. And the urbanization has been confirmed as the task of modernization for the state, which has shown the importance of urbanization. At present, China’s urbanization rate has exceeded beyond 50 percent, compared with Western countries’ 200-year evolutionary of the city, China took only 30 years which have proved the success of Chinese urbanization and its great achievements. But on the other hand, rapid development of urbanization is also coupled with increasingly complex challenges of social issues affecting the urbanization process in an orderly way. However, a more noteworthy fact is that the current development of China’s urbanization is not the highest peak. In the next few decades, city population will get at one billion as expected when China will face more profound changes in social structure. Therefore, it prompted us to ponder, as the process of urbanization theme how can the local government innovate their governance model to adapt to the increasing complexity of the urban development process in order to smooth the progress of urbanization and social transformation.Based on the reality of the situation, the paper analyzed the strategic significance and dynamic mechanism of urbanization of the local government which can lead local governments to pay more attention to the importance of urbanization development. Then the author listed the challenges and existing problems in the process of urbanization of the local government. Finally, the author reflected the present urbanization from four angles including space, population, industry and ecology and offered some suggestions of this issue.
Keywords/Search Tags:Urbanization, Local Governments, Dynamic Mechanism, Governance Issues
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