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    Title: 菁英循環或再生?十二大以來中共技術官僚的發展趨勢
    Elite Circulation or Reproduction? A Study of the CCP Technocracy
    Authors: 趙建民;張鈞智
    Chao,Chien-min;Chang Chun-chih
    Keywords: 菁英再生;菁英循環;菁英甄補;技術官僚制;elite circulation;elite recruitment;elite reproduction;technocracy
    Date: 2006-06
    Issue Date: 2009-07-29 21:08:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 中國大陸在經濟上採行改革開放政策之後, 邁入[後革命時期],但在菁英甄補方面,卻出現菁英循環與菁英再生之間的爭辯. 本文採用技術官僚途徑, 自汰換率, 教育程度, 職業背景三方面, 分析中共技術官僚形成的背景及意義. 十六大政治局常委中, 有九位具有技術官僚背景,同時, 有百分之六十的政治局委員出身於技術官僚. 預計十七大後,政治局常委將持續此一趨勢, 然在政治局委員方面,卻有鬆動的可能. 本研究支持後社會主義菁英循環理論,並證明了技術官僚理論對於檢視中共菁英政治的適用性. Politics in a post-revolutionary Leninist state can be destabilizing. Debates have been waged as to whether elites are been circulated or reproduced in China. By using three indexes:recruitment, education and profession, this paper observes elite politics in China and discovers that a new breed of leadership, basing their career on professionalism, has indeed arrived in China. The paper further analyzes the background and implications of this technocracy. As of today, 60% of the Politburo members and all its standing Committee members are technocrats. This finding supports the theory of elite circulation in a post-revolutionary society.
    Relation: 中國大陸研究
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[國家發展研究所] 期刊論文

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