Method Research on How Does Our Country’s Non-Governmental Think Tank Step Off Survival Marginalized Dilemma

HanLin SUN

Abstract


Non-governmental Think Tank makes up for shortcomings of official Think Tank. It plays an extremely important role in enhancing efficiency of decision-making, reducing decision-making cost, urging decision-making diversification, ensuring value goal of public policy, and driving democratization, rationalization and scientific development of public policies. It operates with complete maturity in the developed countries. However, development of our country’s non-governmental Think Tank actually presents lots of problems. It also survives in the state of marginalized dilemma. The paper, based on document research and comparative method, explores the main approach to help our country’s non-governmental Think Tank to step off survival marginalized dilemma through references carding, status analysis on non-governmental Think Tank, case analysis and experience reference, so as to promote healthy and ordered development for our country’s non-governmental Think Tank, and contribute to further flourish and develop our country’s humanistic and social science.


Keywords


Non-governmental Think Tank; Survival marginalization; Public policy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4978

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