The Issues of Corporate Governance in Chinese Public Cultural institutions and Corresponding Countermeasures

Xia CHENG, Yue CHEN

Abstract


Promoting the corporate governance construction of public cultural institutions is an important part of the reform of culture system, as well as an important initiative to realize the modernization of national governance system and governance ability. At present, Chinese public cultural institutions have made some significant achievements in promoting the reform of corporate governance practice. Whereas, from the perspective of development of public culture and the public’s needs, there are still many problems need to be solved. Search these problems and analyze the causes, as well as put forward by the corresponding countermeasures, means a lot to roundly promote the corporate governance construction of public cultural institutions. It owns great theoretical significance and practical value.


Keywords


Public cultural institutions; Corporate governance; Issues; Countermeasures; Public culture; Evaluation mechanism

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