Jianing Cui1, Jixiang Liu2
1Department of Physical Education, Shanxi Normal University, No.339 Taiyu Road, Xiaodian District, Taiyuan, Shanxi, China
2Department of Physical Education, Changzhi University, No.96, East Outer Ring Road, Luzhou District, Changzhi, Shanxi, China
The participation of non-profit sports organizations in public service purchase is an institutional arrangement and policy tool to innovate the way of public service provision, improve the level of public service and enhance the core governance capacity of the government. Studying the theoretical system of government purchase of social organizations’ services is of great theoretical and practical significance for providing high-quality and efficient public services and nurturing social organizations, accelerating the process of government function transformation, improving government governance capacity and building a public service-oriented government. We examine the current operation of this system in the Chinese context in terms of the logical basis and advantages of the participation of non-profit sports organizations in public service purchasing, and analyze the reasons and opportunities for the rapid development of the participation of non-profit sports organizations in public service purchasing in China. It is expected to provide a reference for the construction of a theoretical system for the participation of non-profit sports organizations in public service purchase with Chinese characteristics.
Chinese nonprofit sports organizations; public service purchase; logical basis
Jianing Cui, Jixiang Liu. The Logical Basis of Nonprofit Sports Organizations’ Participation in Public Service Purchasing in the Chinese Perspective. Frontiers in Sport Research (2023) Vol. 5, Issue 6: 8-12. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSR.2023.050602.
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