Residents’ satisfaction with public services in mountainous areas: An empirical study of southwestern Sichuan Province, China

The results indicate that: 1) the spatial distribution of satisfaction with public services is non-uniform, and the spatial distribution structure varies for different types of public services. 2) Residents’ satisfaction with public services is influenced by both objective and subjective factors

Xueqian Song; Wei Deng; Ying Liu; Chen Zhao; Jiangjun Wan


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  • Foundation item: Under the auspices of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Humanities and Social Sciences Youth Foundation of Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, Soft Science Research Projects of Science and Technology Office of Sichuan Province, Research Foundation of Chengdu University of Information Technology

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