Investigation on Filing of Regulatory Documents in China

Shumei WANG

Abstract


The purpose of filing regulatory documents is to enable the filing review authority to grasp the development of the regulatory documents and facilitate their review and supervision. The constraint mechanism of the filing system lacks coerciveness and binding force, and it is difficult to “file every document”. Establishing a filing validation system can strengthen the filing review and constraint mechanism and promote the function of the filing review system.


Keywords


Regulatory documents; Filing review; Constraint mechanism; Effective filing

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11243

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