An Exploration on the Value Appeal and Practice Path of University Governance Under the Context of Good Governance

Yelin WU, Wenting XU

Abstract


Good governance is a crucial concept in the field of economic and social management. In recent years, it has been increasingly used in the country’s public organization governance, and according to it to explore the governance path of the public sector. University is a knowledge-based public organization. The proposal of university good governance derived from social good governance and state good governance. This article holds that under the context of good governance, the university governance takes justice and efficiency as its value choice. Its legitimacy, rule of law, transparency and other practical appeals will help to promote running a school fairly. At the same time, its accountability, responsiveness and inclusiveness is also important to ensure the generation of efficiency. Based on this, the article further proposes the path to achieve university good governance. That is to build modern university system, strengthen information disclosure, set up dialogue platform, and improve the corporate governance structure and so on.


Keywords


Good governance; University governance; Value appeal; Practice path

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