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Academic Journal of Business & Management, 2021, 3(4); doi: 10.25236/AJBM.2021.030401.

The Transformation of Government Governance Model from the Perspective of Big Data


Dazhi Xu, Xiaoyong Xiao*

Corresponding Author:
Xiaoyong Xiao

College of Economics and Management, Hunan University of Arts and Sciences, Changde 415000, China

*Corresponding Author


The information age has become the main feature of the development of the times. Promoting the modernization of the national governance system and governance capabilities is the overall goal of comprehensively deepening reforms. It is also the requirements and challenges that social and economic development and technological progress pose to the country and government in the new environment. This article uses literature research methods and logical deduction research methods to find that traditional government governance models have important characteristics such as the economicization of governance goals, the hierarchical governance of governance structures, and the proceduralization of governance methods. Therefore, it is necessary to use new technologies such as big data to realize the transformation and application of science and technology, the transformation and innovation of thinking, and the transformation of government governance mode.


big data, government governance, social governance

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Dazhi Xu, Xiaoyong Xiao. The Transformation of Government Governance Model from the Perspective of Big Data. Academic Journal of Business & Management (2021) Vol. 3, Issue 4: 1-5. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJBM.2021.030401.


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