Government Information Publicity in the Internet Plus Background: The Perspective of the National Governance Modernization

Jihong BEI, Zuojun WANG

Abstract


In the background of the Chinese government trying to enhance the governance capacity and governance system modernization, the government information publicity is a necessary condition for the modernization of national governance. Internet Plus is a new development strategy in the new era, which is closely related to the government information publicity. We can promote the modernization of the national governance capacities by promoting the government information publicity. This article regards the government information publicity as a base point; through analyzing the relationship between the Internet Plus and the modernization of the national governance capacity, this article presents the mechanism of the “Internet Plus the government information publicity” in the perspective of the national governance modernization and also the schematic view of both of them and proposes the flow model of the government information in the background of the Internet Plus. In this model, the government information changes from the traditional one-way flow to the full range of multi-directional flow, presenting the disruptive changes of the information flow in the Internet Plus background.


Keywords


Internet plus; Government governance; Information publicity; Big Data; National governance modernization

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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