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Research On Social Risk Identification Of “Not-In-My-Backyard” Projects In China

Posted on:2017-01-20Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:J Q ShiFull Text:PDF
GTID:2296330503486833Subject:Administrative Management
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Since the “Reform and Open” in 1978, the Chinese GDP has increased rapidly with an average growth rate of 9.85%. Among all the projects that contributed to the fast economic growth, major fixed-asset project played an importment role. However, current China society is under high risks due to imbalance of economic, environment pollution etc. caused by these projects. Especially for the “Not-In-My-Back Yard” projects, whose values are admitted but are not allowed to be constructed nearby residential area, they have become hot topic in the recent years. To reduce or avoid the social risks due to these controversial projects, social risk assessment(SRA) mechanism is announced by Chinese National Development and Reform Commission in 2012.Up to now, social risk assessment faces the problems of limited experiences, ineffective social risk identification methods etc. This reseach aims to build social risk identification framework and case base system of controversial projects in China based on both literature and empirical research. In thi s way, the results will help not only in theoretical research but also the governmental decision making process of SRA.Literature research, case analysis and case-based reasoning are applied in this research combined with computer technology. First, desk research is done for social risk assessment of controversal projects; Second, the current situation of SRA, stakeholder analysis and social hazards are obtained based on the literature research; Third, social risk identification framework is provided to support further studies in controversial projects case base.; Finally,contorversial projects case base is built based on the results discussed above through index, searching, KNN matching and other critical items to support controversial projects decision making process by providing similar cases in the future.
Keywords/Search Tags:controversial projects, social risk Identification, social risk assessment, case-based reasoning
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