Hunan Shimen Township Government Reform
|Keywords||Town Government Reform deas changes|
The current thinking on the reform of township government, I think there are three major shortcomings:First, the vision of the study limited to township itself, ignoring the lower levels of government between the role of institutional factors; the second is from the existing historical perspective to analyze the current township issues, difficult to understand the historical roots of current township issues; third is in the methodology, there is no breakthrough,"State-Society" of the analytical framework, or simply the township as a part of the state machinery, Failure to recognize the township government and any level of government organizations have strikingly different properties; either from the so-called "village autonomy" to infer the history of the traditional villages and towns "should be" private property, in order to plan the future of the future reform of township government. If you can not overcome the deficiencies in three areas above, our views on the reforms proposed will inevitably tend to be biased for or even harmful.This article will first put plagued some of the problems of township government, and attempt to inter-governmental institutional analysis to identify the reasons for their institutional; then trace the historical development of the township government a simple sort, explore the development of township organization law; article also attempts to "national" and "civil society" outside the "Third field" dimension to the unique attributes of the township government. In these analysis, the current will be interspersed with some specific comments on the township government reform ideas, Shimen County, Hunan Province as an example. In this empirical study, based on the reforms put forward their own ideas and specific policy recommendations.