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Declaration of Establishment. The Research Center for Public Economics & Management (CPEM) Ling lan. It is my great honor to announce the formal establishment of the Research Center on Public Economics and Management （ CPEM）at Tianjin University of Finance & Economics(TJUFE). Mission
The Research Center for Public Economics & Management (CPEM)
It is my great honor to announce the formal establishment of the Research Center on Public Economics and Management（CPEM）at Tianjin University of Finance & Economics(TJUFE).
The Research Center for Public Economics and Management aims to promote high quality research and education on Public Economics and Finance, Public Administration and Management at Tianjin university of Finance and Economics (TJUFE), wielding qualitative and quantitative approaches to stimulate critical thinking about problem solving, decision making as well as government innovations in China.
China’s economic reforms over the past two decades have brought unprecedented growth. the development of a vibrant private sector and significant reform of the state-owned enterprise. Now private businesses comprise 57% of GDP, and productivity in the state-owned sector has improved significantly,and public finance and governmental institution reform also made great progress.
Meanwhile, Chinese government put forward some important strategies for economic and social development in 2004,among which two core concepts are of great significance:
These two concepts are proposed on the basis of distillation of development experience and lessons both at home and abroad. These two concepts are further linked to the nations of social welfare, more equal income distribution, and the rule of law, and together will lead China toward a harmonious prosperous and civilized society.
However, a number of difficulties still threaten to undermine china’s future development.
Economic growth alone will not solve all these problems, improving governance is crucial and reform is no longer an option but a necessity. If China’s development is to be sustainable, the government needs to undertake a comprehensive program of far-reaching institutional reforms to define the role of the state, improve management of public spending, and make public action more efficient and effective.
Improving the research on Chinese public sector’s performance is an urgent task for us to undertake.
Drawing experiences and case studies from other countries transitional economies and advanced countries in Asian-Pacific regions) to strengthen China’s public management
Carrying through these activities and researches will be a great challenge to my personal capacity.