Impacts, Risks, and Countermeasures of Building a Digital Government on Optimizing the Business Environment
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Keywords

Digital government
Doing business
Digital governance theory

DOI

10.26689/ssr.v4i7.4107

Abstract

Optimizing the business environment is a new strategy for economic development which is placed by the Party Central Committee, and optimizing the business environment to improve the quality of economic development has gradually become an important task of the government. The construction of digital government is an important factor which is involved in the optimizing process, additionally has a significant impact on it. Therefore, it is essential to explore the impact, risks, and countermeasures of the construction of digital government in term of business environment optimizing.

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