The Executive Ability of the Grass Roots Civil Servants Based on the Correlation Between Policy and Executive Ability

Zhe ZHU, Jiang WU


The executive ability of the grass roots civil servants is closely correlated with the correctness and feasibility of the policies. This paper sets it as the central argument, and regards the equally important position of the correctness and the feasibility of a policy as the logical starting point. Moreover, the executive ability of the grass roots civil servants is sensitive to the “adulteration” of the policy and “shrinkage” of the executive ability, which is the innovation element of this paper. Combining the correct formulation and implementation of policies, this paper aims to provide a new perspective and idea for the study and reinforcement of the executive ability of the grass roots civil servants.


Grass roots civil servants; Policy; Executive ability; Correlation

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