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    Title: 中共打擊貪腐之政策與實踐 : 薄熙來重慶經驗之個案研究
    Other Titles: The policies and practice of hitting corruption by the Communist Party of China : a case study on Chongqing's anti-corruption headed by mayor Bo Xi-lai
    Authors: 蔡沛辰;Tsai, Pei-Chen
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國大陸研究所碩士在職專班
    潘錫堂;Pan, Xi-Tang
    Keywords: 中共;打擊貪腐;薄熙來;重慶打黑;Communist Party of China;anti-corruption;Bo Xi-lai;anti-crime campaign in Chongqing
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 17:01:33 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 貪污賄賂的貪腐問題,一直是人類社會「老」、「大」、「難」,古老且深遠的問題。而縱觀以往,中共自1949年在中國大陸建政以來,歷來各個高層領導人均深刻地瞭解,「貪腐」問題實際上已經危及其共產黨專制政權,因此中共要如何在肅貪與維繫政權之間找尋出路?



    Corruption such as embezzlement and bribery has always been an old, big and difficult problem in the human society-an age-old and deep-rooted issue. A general review of the past shows that since the Communist Party of China (CPC) established its regime in mainland China in 1949, all of its top government officials have known it very well that the corruption issue has actually endangered its communist authoritarian government. How is the CPC to strike a balance between combating corruption and maintaining its regime?

    In July 2009, after careful deployment by Bo Xi-lai, Party Secretary of Chongqing City, and Wang Li-jun, Director of the Chongqing Public Security Bureau, the CPC started the most powerful, the most extensive and the highest-level anti-crime campaign ever in China’s history. That also meant fighting against corruption at the same time. However, for Chinese Communists, that was not only a time of opportunities but also a time of challenges. Much of the attention of the people living on both sides of the Taiwan Strait was drawn to the fact that the CPC was facing the corruption issue squarely.

    This study aims to firstly analyze the origin, history and background of the corruption problem existing in the CPC and find out the factors contributing to its formation. Secondly, this study summarizes and looks into the CPC’s viewpoints on corruption and the thinking behind CPC’s efforts to solve the corruption problem. Finally, analyzing the anti-corruption policies at various stages of the CPC’s regime, from its establishment, through its reformation and opening up, up to the present time as well as exploring the strategy employed and the direction taken in each period and the developing processes and the effects of implementation of the policies are also topics dealt with in this study.

    By making use of the governmental documents, academic journals, scholars’ monographs, newspapers, magazines and online information of both China and Taiwan, this study discusses and analyzes the positive benefits and negative impacts brought about by the anti-crime campaign in Chongqing conducted by Bo Xi-lai, Party Secretary of Chongqing. Finally, in response to the current corruption problem in the CPC, the author draws personal conclusions from his research and puts forward proposals for the China government to reform its anti-corruption policies.
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