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Agent politics of Chinese think tanks and cultural industry governance in China’s “new era”
Tsai, Wen-Hsuan1; LI, Gan2; Song, Weiqing3
2022-11
Source PublicationCritical Asian Studies
ISSN14672715
Volume0Issue:0Pages:1-20
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This paper analyzes the relationship between the Chinese government and domestic think tanks. Chinese think tanks in the cultural sector have a strong demand-side orientation; that is, they closely follow the instructions of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in their stand on culture-related policies. Since 2018, the CCP has strengthened its control over the propaganda and cultural affairs, using think tanks to this end. Think tanks act as dual agents, maximizing the benefits offered by their two principals – the party government and private businesses, while prioritizing the former. The paper examines the development of the Putuo Island Park in Zhejiang Province and the Cultural Industry Research Institute, the key cultural industry think tank in this province. While upholding Xi Jinping’s aspiration of developing China into a “cultural great power,” cultural think tanks’ main function is to endorse government policies and guide businesses to support those policies when necessary. The CCP under Xi has intensified its manipulation of think tanks to reinforce its control over ideology and the socialist market economy, resulting in a more complex relationship between the state and think tanks.

KeywordAuthoritarian resilience+china+cultural industry+propaganda department+think Tanks
Subject Area政治学
DOI10.1080/14672715.2022.2147853
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Language英語English
Funding ProjectChina’s vision for a future global order and its international implications
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CollectionFaculty of Social Sciences
DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Corresponding AuthorSong, Weiqing
Affiliation1.Academia Sinica
2.Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications
3.University of Macau
Corresponding Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
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Tsai, Wen-Hsuan,LI, Gan,Song, Weiqing. Agent politics of Chinese think tanks and cultural industry governance in China’s “new era”[J]. Critical Asian Studies,2022,0(0):1-20.
APA Tsai, Wen-Hsuan,LI, Gan,&Song, Weiqing.(2022).Agent politics of Chinese think tanks and cultural industry governance in China’s “new era”.Critical Asian Studies,0(0),1-20.
MLA Tsai, Wen-Hsuan,et al."Agent politics of Chinese think tanks and cultural industry governance in China’s “new era”".Critical Asian Studies 0.0(2022):1-20.
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