Wang Rui Published a Paper in Political Science

Author:Wang Rui Translator:Ma Peipei Source:Office of Scientific Research Reviewer:Liu Yajun, Zhao Yanhai View: Updated:2022.04.15 Font Size:T T T

As a basic institutional arrangement, power supervision is the key to ensure the effective operation of the national governance system. At present, fundamental changes have taken place in China's power supervision system. The party and the state have reintegrated the decentralized supervision forces, formed a large pattern dominated by inner-party supervision and the connection and coordination of all kinds of supervision, and built a new power supervision model led by political parties.

Based on this, Wang Rui, the senior research fellow of LUSM, and Ni Xing, professor from the School of Politics and Public Administration of South China Normal University, based on the perspective of party politics analyzes the generative logic and internal mechanism of China's power supervision from the dimensions of theoretical origin, development context and practical innovation and believed that under the new historical conditions, the Communist Party of China has widely absorbed the governance experience of legal norms, political power structure and party discipline. According to the basic political system and practical governance needs, the optimal allocation and coordinated operation of supervision power have been realized by strengthening political leadership, realizing system integration and encouraging social participation. It has found a new way of power supervision with Chinese characteristics and achieved great results. In the face of practical governance challenges, China still needs to further promote the balanced, coordinated and high-quality development of the supervision system in the future, and continuously improve the effectiveness of supervision. 

The title of this study is "power supervision mode led by political parties: generative logic and internal mechanism", which was published in the first issue of Case Journal of Political Science 2022, with Wang Rui, as the first author, and Ni Xing the corresponding author. The publication of the research results indicates that LUSM has made a new breakthrough in this field. 

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Founded in 1985, the CASS Journal of Political Science is a bimonthly journal and the only academic journal of political science published in China and abroad. It is in charge of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and sponsored by the Institute of Political Science Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.