Analysis of the Main Body's Behavior in the Construction of China's Urban Social Credit System Based on Collaborative Governance Model
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Chuo Zhang, Weilin Luo, Xinhui Liu
The construction of social credit system is an important support to build a domestic and international double cycle. In the digital era, technological progress has changed the original social characteristics and social environment, social credit system is facing the dual challenges of deconstruction and reconstruction. This paper focuses on a policy experiment of social credit system construction in one city in China, and discusses the behavior patterns and motivations of participating subjects based on the "attitude-behavior" framework, which are used to delineate three developmental stages. The focus of the article is to analyze the third stage of the cooperation model using a combination of visual decision making, field research and data analysis. At the same time, the collaborative governance model is used to derive the pattern of co-construction, co-governance and sharing of China's urban social credit system.
social credit system; "attitude-behavior" framework; collaborative governance model