An Analysis of the Problems in the Law Enforcement of Urban Management Department and Suggested Counter Measures

CHENG Cheng, OU Shuyang


The success of building an urban management officer team to comprehensively manage the work in urban areas should only be achieved by taking into consideration the status quo of China’s urban management and by learning from international advanced experience. The complexity of China’s urban management as well as the slowness in formulating laws and regulations determine that the existence of urban management department and the way of its law enforcement should be in a progressive manner but not be achieved overnight. On the basis of conducting an objective analysis of the development of China’s urban management officer team, the paper draws on the advanced experience of urban management in foreign countries and absorb scientific management methods to explore the approaches to developing China’s future urban management department.
Key words: Urban management department; Law enforcement of urban management department


Urban management department; Law enforcement of urban management department

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