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March 5, 2019 | MarkPyman
Loud thunder with tiny raindrops? A literature review of China's anti-corruption measures
Leung Cheuk Ki, October 2018.This literature review, supplemented by interviews with Chinese scholars, follows the evolution of thinking in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) about corruption, from the toleration of corruption among the outstanding national leaders at the time of the establishment of the People’s Republic of China to understanding corruption as a force de-legitimising the CCP. The main reform measures are described, together with current criticism of them.
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