A Study on the Risk and Control Mechanism of Government Purchase of Public Services: A Case of Daqing City

Hongguang WANG, Mingli XUN, Jun CAO

Abstract


With the rapid development of China’s market-oriented services, accelerating the transformation of government functions to innovate social management and improving government efficiency has become an urgent task of government reform. Affected by changes in the external environment, government’s public service faces a variety of risks. Based on the case study of Daqing city, Heilongjiang Province, this paper studies the risks faced by government public service and proposes the corresponding control mechanisms.


Keywords


Risk management; Control mechanism; Government purchase; Public services

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References


Chen, G. Q. (2008). A study on privatization of public services and government administration (p.101). Anhui University Press.

Xiang, X. S. (2012). A study on setting up government regulatory bodies in purchase of public services. CPC Fujian Provincial Committee CPC School Journal, 3.




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

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