JFRM  Vol.3 No.4 , December 2014
Research of Chinese Government Financial Reform Based on the Comparisons of Advanced Budget Management Modes
Abstract: Finance is the basis of national administration and an important pillar; scientific fiscal and taxation systems can optimize the allocation of resources, maintain market unity, promote social fairness, and achieve long-term stability of system security state. In this paper, through studying related official documents of government financial reform, I put forward my own views on the location of fiscal functions; studying the advanced budget management system of China and foreign countries can provide direction and reference suggestions for the reform of local government financial departments. This article provides a good advice and a theoretical basis to the modern financial reform which is about to begin.
Cite this paper: Huang, J. and Xia, H. (2014) Research of Chinese Government Financial Reform Based on the Comparisons of Advanced Budget Management Modes. Journal of Financial Risk Management, 3, 185-191. doi: 10.4236/jfrm.2014.34016.

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