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The Research of New Regionalism Theory and Its Implication

Author SunZuoMan
Tutor XuYuanYuan
School Central South University
Course Administration
Keywords region regionalism governance regional governance new regionalism
CLC D035
Type Master's thesis
Year 2013
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Since the1980s, with the rapid development of globalization and localization, the complicity and diversity of public sector management increases o As the result, the method of management top-down coalition path and bottom-up public choice path decline gradually, at this moment, new regionalism theory arises。Based on new area, this governance theory emphasizes the third path to explore the regional governance, which characters network governance mode, regional identity for cooperating, so as to realize the overall development of regions。New regionalism is similar as many government or political reform movement, as the combination of traditional prescription and new solutions to solve new problems and more prominent problems。But in essence, new regionalism and regional management mode is very different。The concept of regional area turns from objective geographical space to subjective constructive system, integrated regional governance mode has become the mainstream of the regional management mode。In theory, new regionalism represents regional network, integrating local governments, state agencies, economic activities, civic groups and other stakeholders together; At the operating level, new regionalism through integration of the functions of the government, the participation of nonprofit organizations and the private sector to provide public services.Along with the development of our society, regional government behavior has new presence, social culture and economic situation。We should treat regional development in a new way, under the guidance of of the new regionalism theory, which combines both the unity of regional development and the autonomy of local development, the public sector management and social governance, leading to further understanding of regionalization。

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