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The Present Situation Of Public Service Supply Of Ji’an Government Based On Public Satisfaction Path Of Ascension

Posted on:2016-07-25Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Z Y LiaoFull Text:PDF
GTID:2296330482965850Subject:Public administration
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Growing public demand and the local government’s public service supply in building a well-off society in an all-round way and realize the process of social transformation has developed into the contradiction of public services is very outstanding. In social security, education, health care, housing, public transportation, public security, environmental protection, public often cannot be effectively satisfy the reasonable demand, this can make it public services development imbalance between supply and demand, rising this contradiction. For public service supply and demand of how to effectively solve the contradiction between, such ability of comprehensive development to create positive conditions, at the same time to ease social contradictions, improve people’s livelihood. The author in this study from the public service of aggregate disequilibrium between supply and demand relationship and structural disequilibrium in the analysis it local government public service supply and demand relations under the premise of reality, the local government, the public service supply and demand, the main factors that affect the fiscal capacity, the concept of local government, government personnel’s quality, lack of public expression mechanism, and the lack of public participation in decision-making further in-depth analysis. Finally combining with the actual needs of the public, building a service-oriented government, play a leading role of the government, strengthen the public service supply mode and strengthen citizen participation in public services, etc., discusses the effective countermeasures of how to improve the public service supply, so the public can get better meet the reasonable demand.
Keywords/Search Tags:Public Services, Local Government, Public Demand
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