Process and Value: Summary on Government Response in China

Zhihua Bai

Abstract


Government response is the process in which an administrative organization owning public authority gives positive and necessary response and reply regarding social problems and civil appeal by all kinds of means based on the public interest. The research perspectives at home in China fall into government response as process and government response as value. According to this logic standard, the former research mainly focuses on the concept and connotation of government response, the response model and type and problems and countermeasures encountered in the response, whereas the latter mainly focuses on the relationship between government responsiveness and responsibility and construction of respondent government.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/par.v4n1p51

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