Thoughts on How to Increase Government Credibility: In View of Government-Society Relation

Zhe ZHU, Jiang WU

Abstract


Credibility refers to the influence and appeal of a government. It is an objective result of its administrative ability, as well as a comment of the public, reflecting how much they lay satisfaction and trust on the government. After 30 years of reform and opening up, at present, our country is at the critical transition period to become an economic society. During this time, various social contradictions are beginning to reveal themselves, and the public is also raising their standard on the government credibility. The paper is to make a brief analysis in terms of the current situation of government credibility, causes of problems and related solutions and suggestions. 


Keywords


Government; Society; Government credibility

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6089

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