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Deepening The Reforms (1993–1998)

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In this chapter, the author explores the issue of why academics in various levels of the academic hierarchy stay at CASS. The answer to this question highlights the way in which institutional circumstances influence the behaviour and decisions made by academic personnel to conform to Party guidelines, to academic rules, or why they leave CASS. This chapter shows how under the newly implemented ‘responsibility system’, an increasingly mild Party Committee leadership adopted state policies in the organization of research. The policies of ‘Deepening the Reforms’, ‘Socialism with Chinese Characteristics’, and ‘Party Construction’ are examples of such state policies that CASS scholars worked on under the supervision of Party Committees but under their own initiative in the areas of economics, law, political stability and ideology.

Keywords: academic hierarchy; CASS; Party Committee; reforms; state policies



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