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LI Tieying And The Role Of Cass In State Policy-Making

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This chapter discusses changes in academic organization and provides a short overview of Li Tieying’s presidency from 1998 to 2003. Under Li Tieying’s presidency decisions were made that greatly influenced CASS’s organization of research, the grant system for research items, research funding in general, the reorganization of the academic structure of disciplines, the living conditions of academics, and the channels through which academics met and communicated. A main reason for reforming the medical and housing systems is that the state wanted to stimulate the economy and decrease the large amounts of accumulated savings. Nevertheless, under Li Tieying’s presidency, the management of personnel and the use of material and informational resources were rationalized. Its reporting to the state and its internal and public communication were improved substantially. CASS work on propaganda and policy-making for the government received an increased emphasis.

Keywords: academic organization; CASS; Li Tieying; policy-making; state



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