Dynamic model of rural governance system with the socialecological framework

Na Chen


This paper constructs a dynamic measurement system based on the rural governance system, and uses the nuclear principal
component analysis method to analyze the data of 25 provinces/autonomous regions/municipalities in China, including 146 districts, cities
and counties. The power of rural governance system was evaluated; based on the calculation results of the mathematical model, a systematic
analysis was carried out, and the gap between the factor loadings and factor dynamics of 46 indicators was compared, and it was helpful for
Chinese government to promote the modernization of rural governance and promote the construction and development of rural areas.Under
the development concept of rural revitalization, the infrastructure of intelligent technology, the overall social evaluation of rural governance,
governance capabilities, scientifi c and technological support capabilities increase the trust of the people's livelihood and interests of rural
governance.Under the synergy of multi-factors dynamics, it is of great signifi cance to use the government, social capital and villagers as the
carrier to solve the dilemma of rural development, build a harmonious rural life and rural ecology, and let the villagers live a happier life.


government; governance system dynamics; nuclear principal component analysis; indicator system

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18686/esta.v10i2.381


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