Research on the Management of Urban Unlicensed Mobile Street Vendors --- Taking Public Satisfied Degree as Value Orientation

Xuxu Chai, Ziqiang Qin, Kun Pan, Xiaoling Deng, Yongzheng Zhou

Abstract


The paper studies on management of urban unlicensed mobile vendors on the street, taking public satisfied degree as value orientation, based on 119 public surveys’ data. The results show that the public hope the government works out appropriate policies to make difficult problems clear in allusion to the effective management of urban unlicensed mobile street vendors. It’s necessary to actively enhance the interaction between unlicensed mobile vendors on the street and urban management and law enforcement officers. Urban management and law enforcement officers should humanize management to unlicensed mobile street vendors. It’s efficient to resolve the contradiction between them by building a unified management area to achieve a satisfied management of unlicensed mobile street vendors for the public.

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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