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The eruption of the financial crisis shows Modern West Neo-liberalism ideal has its limitation in some degree. Neo-liberalism argues that market economy can be self-government by the rule of spontaneity order; there is intern antinomy in state action, government may be malfunction sometimes, thus the functions of governmental intervenes should be limited, and weak government is always the best choice . The third technological revolution led to the rapid development of information technology, Human society enters the information-based era from the industrial age, e-government also came into being. E-government triggered the government management innovation, provided to the technology support and guidance. The traditional management pattern has been impacted by the International finance Crisis greatly. The governments face the competition from multi-position that has never appeared before, but it has provided the turning point for the Chinese economy-s adjustment and the government public administration innovation. It that using the information network technology promoting administration management innovation turns into the inevitable choose. E-government can promote the healthy development of government functions from the management to -governance- transformation,and it cound speed up the organizational structure of the network flat. It can conducive to integration of information resources and reshape the government chief administrative processes increase government transparency and honesty, and to Promote China’s e-government and government management innovation healthy development.


in the post International Finance Crisis; e-government; administration Management Innovation

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Autor: Cuilian Fu

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