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Institutional Analysis on Market Transition Process Underdeveloped Areas Town Government Economic Behavior

Author MouHaiYun
Tutor JiaYingSheng;LiHuai
School Northwest Normal University
Course Sociology
Keywords Market Transition Local Government Economic Behavior Institution Private Enterprises
CLC F127
Type Master's thesis
Year 2010
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This article based on the background of the market transition. Taking GansuProvince Y county D town provincial economy’s start, the development and theevolve process as clues, with local government economic behavior for research object.With sociological new institutionalism school of thought related theory. Analyze andsummarize mainland underdeveloped areas the impetus for economic development.In the process of market transition, institutional environment of evolution,greatly changed the administrative system of local government in China’s role in theposition makes the independence of the economic interests of local governments. Thisled to the local government in commercial activities, they often do not represent thecountry, but on behalf of the interests of its own group. Hence, the local governmentthrough the maximum profit as the objective economic subject to achieve itsmicroeconomic entity goals, and display their achievements signals, andmicroeconomic entity by the local government, as the administrative agentlongitudinal institutional arrangements to deliver the role of institutional innovationand meet their needs. Between this kind of local government and microeconomicentity“benefit reciprocal benefit”relations, as well as“etiquette culture”influence.Shaping a local government is different from the planned economy the economicbehavior of logic, namely the interests of the local and its own interests as thegovernment economic behavior choice of important variables.

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