AN ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE CHANGE OF THE GOVERNMENT IN THE RISK SOCIETY GOVERNANCE
Journal: Advanced Management Science (AMS)
Author: Xuejun Zhang
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The frequent occurrence of global public crisis events has made people aware of the change of social background. The theory and concept of risk society have entered the public’s field of vision and began to spread rapidly. The former social development model has no longer adapted to the current status quo. The order maintained by stable institutions and normative behaviors in the industrial age also began to break down with the advent of globalization risks. This means that we have entered an era of rapid changes in our development, with risks and crises accompanying us, and the government, as the guardian and maintainer of social order, is bound to face new changes. Establishing governance concepts, building a multi-coordinated governance environment, improving laws and regulations, and improving government credibility are the action guidelines for the transformation of the government’s role.