Cooperation Behavior Optimization of Chinese Regional Local Government Geared to the Needs of National Governance Modernization: Value Orientation and Path Arrangement

Lijuan SHEN, Yue CHEN

Abstract


Local government as the important executive main body of pushing on the modernization of the national governance system and governance ability, should be taken the initiative in the whole system framework been constructed of national governance modernization. To promote the cooperative behavior optimization between the local government and the subjects such as the central government, non-governmental organizations and civil as a breakthrough point, and the public interest as the highest value goal, so that to build up a cooperation pattern of plural pattern. under the guidance of the principles of voluntary equality, mutual benefit, complementary advantages, mutual coordination, overall planning and scientific development, strive to build crisscrossed network cooperation agencies. On the basis of the rigid frame, to promote the cultural idea, system of laws and regulations, and policies into coordination and identity as its flexible cooperation
mechanism.


Keywords


National governance; Local government; Modernization; Cooperation

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