The Difficulties in the Classification Reform of Chongqing’s Public Institutions and Suggested Countermeasures

Peng ZHAO

Abstract


After the past twenty years of reform in China’s public institutions, the existing problems and disadvantages have been eased, but the deeply-seated problems remain unresolved. And since the Third Plenary Session of the 18th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, the classification reform of public institutions has been held to a new height, which has received the attention of local governments. As a result, Chongqing conducted a series of reforms on the classification of public institutions, but there are many problems to be solved, and these problems have hindered the progress of the classification of Chongqing’s public institutions.


Keywords


Public institutions; Reform; Difficulties; Countermeasures

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