The Analysis of Statistics Legislative Value in China

Qian ZHAO, Xiaping WANG

Abstract


Needs statistics legislation as an essential institutional guarantee for the development of statistics practice. The analysis of statistics legislative value can provide scientific guidance for construction of the concrete legislative norms. The utilitarian value analysis method can be used to illustrate the purpose attribute underlying in statistics legislative phenomena. Value target is a specific purpose contained in statistics legislation which is deemed as a kind of legal phenomenon; regarding law as the carrier objective, country, citizen and society as the function object objective, politics, economy and culture as the practice field objective. Value relation is the fundamental basis to realize the value target of statistics legislation. On the basis of clarifying the elements of value relation, a two-way interaction process between the subject and object of statistics legislative value can be generated via legislative requirement and value evaluation.


Keywords


Statistics; Legislative value; Value target; Value relation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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