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Development Research Center of the State Council

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Development Research Center
of the State Council

国务院发展研究中心
Guówùyuàn Fāzhǎn Yánjiū Zhōngxīn
Agency overview
Jurisdiction  People's Republic of China
Headquarters Beijing
Minister responsible LI, Wei, Minister
Parent agency State Council
Website [1] (English)

Development Research Center (DRC; Chinese: 国务院发展研究中心 Hanyu Pinyin: Guówùyuàn Fāzhǎn Yánjiū Zhōngxīn) of the State Council is a state agency responsible for policy research, strategic review and consulting of issues related to the economic and social development on mainland China.[1]

It is an advisory body which recommends policies to CPC Central Committee and the State Council. [2]

Contents

  • Administrative structure 1
  • Prominent economists 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Administrative structure

The DRC is organised into the following departments.[3]

  • Academic Committee
  • Committee for Assessment of Academic Qualifications
  • General Office (Personnel Bureau)
  • International Cooperation Department
  • Department of Macroeconomic Research
  • Department of Development Strategy and Regional Economy
  • Research Department of Rural Economy
  • Research Department of Industrial Economy
  • Department of Techno-Economic Research
  • Research Department of Foreign Economic Relations
  • Research Department of Social Development
  • Institute of Market Economy
  • Enterprise Research Institute
  • Research Institute of Finance
  • International Technology and Economy Institute
  • Euro-Asian Social Development Research Institute
  • Institute of World Development
  • Asia-Africa Development Research Institute
  • Ethnic Minority Groups Development Research Institute
  • Institute of Hong Kong and Macao Affairs
  • Information Center
  • Human Resources Study and Training Center
  • China Industrial & Commercial Enterprises Legal Consultants
  • Service Center
  • China Development Press
  • Management World Magazine
  • China Economic Times
  • China Economic Yearbook (Almanac of China's Economy Press)
  • China Development Observer
  • China Development Research Foundation
  • China International Association for Urban and Rural Development
  • China Enterprise Evaluation Association
  • China Rural Labor Association
  • China (Hainan) Reform and Development Research Institution

Prominent economists

References

  1. ^ http://www.drcnet.com.cn/Drcnet.channel.web/english/aboutus.aspx
  2. ^ http://www.drc.gov.cn/english/
  3. ^ http://www.drc.gov.cn/english/aboutdrc/Table%20of%20DRC%20Organizations.asp

External links

  • Development Research Center Official Website
  • Development Research Center Information Network Website
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