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Developmental Path and Experiences of Meteorological Economy in the United States

CHEN Ji-hua XU Wen-li(School of Economics and Management,Nanjing University of Information Science& Technology,Nanjing Jiangsu 210044,China)  
In the process of guiding and regulating development of the national meteorological economy,the U.S.government pays constant attention to and effectively restrain the monopoly attempt of the state-owned meteorological departments.Meanwhile,the U.S.government has promptly taken measures to eliminate the outdated ways and regulations which hindered the development of meteorological economy and didn't comply with the social economy and technological development.In addition competition of the vigorous private capital is supported by the U.S.government.The meteorological economy in China started about 40 years later than the developed countries such as the U.S.and Japan.Today,China's development meteorological has been far behind of the developed countries because of the unclear development goals.Social development requires that meteorological information should cover more areas and be based on careful calculation.The meteorological politics become a global trend.The entry into "WTO" brings more competition.There for market of the Chinese meteorological economy must be adjusted in patterns and regulations.The U.S.experience is valuable for China to bonow to promote the marketability process of Chinese meteorological service and to assure a healthy harmonious and sustainable meteorological service
【Fund】: 2010年中国气象局软科学研究重点课题(编号:[2010]第049号);; 2009年江苏省软科学研究计划课题(编号:SBR20090446)资助
【CateGory Index】: P4
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