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Planning System—The Major Aspect of Application of Social Systems Engineering

  • Huijiong Wang
  • Shantong Li
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Abstract

Definition 2 of Social Systems Engineering in Chap.  11 of this book states that “Social systems engineering guides the plan, design, construction and improvement of a social system and its process with certain value.” Planning System is the major aspect of application of Social Systems Engineering.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Development Research Center of the State CouncilBeijingChina
  2. 2.Department of Development Strategy and Regional EconomyDevelopment Research Center of the State CouncilBeijingChina

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