A Need-based Perspective for Assessing Public Project in China

Junlong JIANG, Jingmin Jing-min, Peihong CAO


Public project plays a key role in our daily life. The assessing of public projects is a task of growing importance. This paper arose from problems faced by Agencies, Authorities and other Government bodies in China in assessing public project. This paper proposes a method to identifying stakeholders of public project and their needs. The method is consisted of five steps: (a) identifying the phase of public project, (b) defining the goal/objectives, output, activities, and inputs, (c) selecting the appropriate classification model(s), (d) selecting the appropriate tools, and (5) identifying needs of stakeholders. In addition, we found that the problems in assessing public project are mainly caused by bad needs management. Key words: Public Project; Need-based; Assessing; Stakeholder


Public Project; Need-based; Assessing; Stakeholder

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.mse.1913035X20100404.016


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