International Experience and China’s Practice in Optimizing the Business Environment: Based on the Analysis of the World Bank’s Doing Business


International Experience and China’s Practice in Optimizing the Business Environment: Based on the Analysis of the World Bank’s Doing Business


Song Linlin1*, He Chengxiang2
1Professor, Doctoral Supervisor at School of Politics and Administration, Tianjin Normal University, Tianjin 300387.
2Master Student at School of Politics and Administration, Tianjin Normal University, Tianjin 300387.


American Journal of Public administration

The World Bank’s Doing Business covers more than 190 economies. By 2019, China’s best ranking is 46. Against the background of the increasingly strong economic globalization, China’s reform must not only adapt to the national conditions, but also to the international standard, so as to create a good international reputation, attract more international investment and promote the sustained and high-speed development of the domestic economy while promoting the rapid improvement of the government’s own capabilities. Based on the assessment method and China’s coordinates of World Bank’s Doing Business as the starting point of logic analysis, this paper attempts to find out the reasons behind the ranking of China’s business environment and proposes targeted solutions based on the analysis framework of “actor-process”.


Keywords: Business environment; The reform of “delegating power, strengthening regulation, improving government services”; World Bank’s doing business


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How to cite this article:
Song Linlin, He Chengxiang. International Experience and China’s Practice in Optimizing the Business Environment: Based on the Analysis of the World Bank’s Doing Business. American Journal of Public administration, 2019,1:6. DOI: 10.28933/ajpa-2019-08-0502


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