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Ne rien changer pour que tout change : réformes de la formation administrative chinoise entre innovation et continuité

Abstract : At the end of the Maoist era, the institutionalisation of the Communist Party of China (CPC) was aided by the development a more highly-skilled bureaucracy to achieve economic development in a stable political context. Reforms concerned not just recruitment, management and civil service organisation, but also the training of officials in order to improve their skills. The introduction of the Master of Public Administration (MPA) in 1999 enhanced the scientific character of administrative knowledge while pre-existing selective mechanisms were retained. The MPA supports the country’s modernisation by enabling the State-Party to undertake continuous reform of public administration.
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Alessia Lefébure. Ne rien changer pour que tout change : réformes de la formation administrative chinoise entre innovation et continuité. Revue française d'administration publique, ENA, 2014, pp.353 - 369. ⟨hal-01520645⟩

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