Literature Review on Changes of Professional Title Policy in Chinese Universities

Feifei WANG

Abstract


This paper reviews the literature of research on policy changes of the professional titles in Chinese universities and summarizes the characteristics of policy changes of college professional titles in four aspects of connotation, function, mechanism and model: changing from identity assessment to contractual appointment, from academic performance identification and resource allocation to performance management and incentive restraints, from the administrative-oriented to academic-oriented and from a mandatory institutional transition to an induced institutional transition. On this basis, the paper proposes focus of future research.


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Chinese universities; Professional title policy; Changes; Literature review

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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