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The Provincial System of the Chinese Mainland
Provincial system in China;development of Provincial system;organizational structure of Provinces;the scope of Provincial Powers;the Operation of Provinces
|Issue Date:||2019-05-02 10:49:06 (UTC+8)|
The province is the highest level in the local government hierarchy in Mainland China. The size of each province, the institutional structure, and the degree of the division of powers will inevitably affect the development of finance, economy, and enterprise in each province given the institutional reforms in the wake of “Reform and Open.”As far as party structure is concerned, China has still maintained democratic centralism under one party hegemony. On the other hand, however, China has made considerable adjustment in terms of the separation between politics and governmental affairs as well as between politics and enterprises, and the authorization of powers to the lower hierarchy, etc. Given the increasing division of powers, the research on provincial system has therefore become more urgent. How to maintain a certain degree of provincial autonomy while maintaining the central government supervision should be the key point of concern. This article will be divided into six parts. Following the foreword is a discussion on the development of Provincial system. The next section elaborates on the organizational structures at the provincial level. The fourth part focuses on the scope of supervision of provincial powers. The fifth is on the analysis of operational function at the Provincial level. A conclusion ends the article.
|Relation:||中國大陸研究, 43(11), 1-28|
|Appears in Collections:||[中國大陸研究 TSSCI] 期刊論文|
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