Image: As numerous Chinese universities launch anticorruption majors, scholars have questioned whether the courses are the most effective way of producing public sector employees with the desired skills. In coming months, 16 universities in China plan to establish undergraduate majors in “inspection and supervision,” with some institutions establishing postgraduate offerings in the area, according to regional media. The move comes at the beginning of Xi Jinping’s third term as...READ FULL ARTICLE »
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