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The exploration on diversification of governmental administration tools—A case study on China domestic food safety administration

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2 Author(s)
Xiaobo Wang ; Department of Economics and Finance, School of Economics & Management, Tongji University, Shanghai, China ; Hongwu An

An increased incidence of food safety cases in recent years has demonstrated that a single government regulation pattern no longer meets the need of food safety administration under new circumstances, and that the diversification of administrative tools appears to be an effective way to solve our national problems in food quality. Food safety functional departments at all levels in China are introducing and attempting to use new management tools, but process is held back due to the restriction of various factors. Those administration tools with strong effects, including privatization, contract outsourcing, community governance, and autonomy within trade associations, are in great need of focused studies and hence, discretionary decisions should be made.

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Business Management and Electronic Information (BMEI), 2011 International Conference on  (Volume:5 )

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13-15 May 2011