Innovation of Synergistic Supply Mechanism of Basic Public Education Services

Author/s: Caisheng Mao, Shanhui Wang

DOI: 10.12738/estp.2018.6.196 

Year: 2018 Vol: 18 Number: 6

Abstract

The contradiction between supply and demand of Basic Public Education Services (BPES) is highlighted. Some problems need to be addressed such as undersupply, low supply efficiency and imbalanced supply structure. Inspired by the concept of synergistic governance, an effective way that tackles this challenge is to innovate the supply mechanism for BPES. From the synergetic perspective, this paper builds a collaborative supply model for BPES in favour of the diversification of BPES providers. Six synergy mechanisms are also given, based on the cycles of supply and demand of public education services. These six mechanisms, focusing on “synergy” instead of “individual unit” among plural providers, are demand expression, collaborative strategy, resource allocation, transparency, collaborative responsibility, and supervisory feedback. Here also gives the implementation path for effective operation of the synergy mechanisms.

Keywords
Public Education Service, Collaborative Supply, Mechanism Innovation

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