A Study on The Impact of Digital Transformation of Government Governance on The Efficiency of Public Services

Experience Data from The Information for People National Pilot Cities

Authors

  • Bo Li
  • Yali Liu

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/fbem.v5i2.1639

Keywords:

Government governance, Public service efficiency, Double differential.

Abstract

As China's rapid urbanization enters a new phase, the digital transformation of urban governance is increasingly becoming a key move for cities, regions and even countries to shape their core competitiveness. In the traditional urban governance process, the collective action dilemma caused by fragmented departments and multiple levels of government at has invariably raised the cost of market operation and reduced the efficiency of resource allocation, while the digital transformation of governance provides another possible path to resolve the "governance dilemma". The digital transformation of urban governance uses "technology logic" as a tool and "data logic" as a carrier, and takes the "demand side" and "supply side" of the governance scenario as two paths. supply side of the governance scenario, which can contribute to the improvement of the efficiency of public services by increasing fiscal transparency and optimising the structure of fiscal expenditure.

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19 September 2022

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Li, B., & Liu, Y. (2022). A Study on The Impact of Digital Transformation of Government Governance on The Efficiency of Public Services: Experience Data from The Information for People National Pilot Cities. Frontiers in Business, Economics and Management, 5(2), 22–26. https://doi.org/10.54097/fbem.v5i2.1639

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