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PERSONNEL POLICY AND CIVIL SERVANT SYSTEM OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC of CHINA

Significant changes have taken place in the Chinese economy and society in the past 30 years. Generally, the free market economy has been accepted and steps have been taken to become a more liberal society. These changes revealed the deficiencies of the state structure and the personnel management system that could not keep up with today's conditions. Administrative reforms that will advance the decision-making mechanism and manage the more complex economy and society are emphasized. Acting according to performance and capacity concepts has become the understanding of the new period. Especially with the Temporary Arrangement of Civil Servants published in 1993, the status of civil servants, whose number reached 5.3 million, has changed and a new civil service system has been introduced. With this amendment, it was aimed to increase the efficiency, capacity and integration of civil servants and control over bureaucracy. The amendments came into effect after 1993 and these changes were taken into consideration in purchases made nationally. The new civil service law was approved by the National Assembly of the People's Republic of China on April 27, 2005 and as of 2006, it was taken as the basis for the management of civil servants in the country. Despite a consistent task to balance political, administrative and legal values, China's most recent civil service reform fifteen years ago has shown a paradigmatic shift from a conflict-oriented model to a compliance-oriented model. The study of developments after the 2005 Civil Service Law is limited by the complex interaction-oriented model among values in the areas of compliance. Despite its ability to limit precise conflicts, China's integrated political system seems to face an urgent demand for institutional capacity to balance competing values. What should be the details of the civil service system?



Keywords
Chinese personnel policy, Chinese civil service, civil service law, and Chinese cadre movement.



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