The CPC at 100: How the CPC selects, educates, trains, monitors officials

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How has the Communist Party of China (CPC) endured and how has it transformed China’s economy and society? An operational reason is often overlooked and under-appreciated: the Party’s personnel system – how it selects, educates, appoints, trains, monitors, evaluates, retrains, promotes and, when necessary, demotes its officials. We explore how the Party’s personnel system actually works, via the Party secretaries in China’s nearly 3,000 county-level administrative regions.

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