On the Construction of Modern University System and the Transformation of Government Functions

Lvbing Fan

Abstract


The key to institutional construction of the modern university is to straighten out the relationship between the government and college and to make clear the position of the government’s the role and the transformation of the government functions. Based on the prominent problems including inadequate fund supply, excessive administrative intervention and ineffective legal supervision during the process of our government management toward university, it is necessary to clearly define the position of government’s role as the organizer, the operator and the supervisor of the university, to achieve the shift from traditional direct management which mainly rely on administrative means to indirect management which rely on the comprehensive management means such as legislative, funding, assessment and supervision etc. It is also important to provide a favorable environment for the construction of modern university system.


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