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  • Wang Yukai (汪玉凯)
    Born : January , 1946Gender : Male

Vice President of China Administrative System Reform Research Association


He has set a good example for the industry by proposing five suggestions to speed up the reform of the county directly administered by the province. In early 2013, he presided over the research on the topic of the official residence system with Chinese characteristics. The draft proposal for the implementation of the official residence system written in July was reported to the Central Government by the China Administrative System Reform Research Association. In November, the decision of the Third Plenary Session of the Eighteenth Central Committee of the Party explicitly proposed "exploring the official residence system".

Notable Works|Publications

"Defining Government Boundaries", 2010, China Friendship Publishing Company

"Research on Public Governance and Public Power", 2009 Published by the Central Party School Press

"No Reformation in Reform", September 2013, Anhui People's Publishing House

"Public Management and Non-Governmental Public Organizations", February 2003 Central Party School Press

Main Opnions

In recent years, Wang has focused on research in the areas of public management, administrative reform, and e-government. In terms of administrative reform, in 2012, China firstly proposed the "three grays theory" (ie gray power, gray capital, and gray profiteering);

In 2011, it was proposed that China has formed "three vested interests (ie, vested interests represented by corrupt officials, monopoly vested interests represented by monopoly industries, and vested interests in real estate and resources represented by real estate and resource industries);

In 2007, he proposed a four-character policy for China's public governance in the future: strict governance, good treatment of the people, innovative government, and stable money;

In the "Five Opinions on Political System Reform" published in the journal of the Central Party School in 2013, we should adhere to the "three cleansing and four powers" in the future reform of China's political system: cadres' integrity, government integrity, and political clarity; Constraining public rights and protecting private rights has had a broad impact;

In the interdisciplinary field of e-government, it has a great influence. In 2005, it was first proposed that the development path of e-government in China should be: "intensive, low cost, and effective", which is widely recognized in China and widely used in the industry. Agree. His research report was approved by the central leadership.

In July 2013, the proposed proposal for the official residence system written by Wang Yukai was reported to the Central Committee through the China Administrative System Reform Research Association. As the head of the "Research on Government Residence System with Chinese Characteristics", the project was initially completed in June this year, and three research reports were formed: "Research on Foreign Government Residence System", "Research on Ancient Chinese Government Residence System", "Analysis of Current Status of Leading Cadres in China Reform Trends.


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