Analysis on the Ways to Improve Government Executive Ability

Xin LIU, Fang HU

Abstract


The Government execution ability is a decisive force to maintain the survival and the development of a government agency. Urgent practical developments and theoretical basis explorations also need to strengthen it; meanwhile, deepen reform and construction of the efficient government request to research on this topic. The execution status of our government has already made certain achievements, but there are still significant shortcomings which could impact and harm the image, the credibility, and the performance of our government.

Keywords


Execution ability; Government executive ability; Executive body

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F4066

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