Research on the Further Role of Retired Cadres in Agricultural Research Units Under the New Situation—Case Study of Chinese Academy of Tropical Agriculture Sciences
This paper elaborated the importance of retired researchers play a great role in the agricultural research units under the new era, and it takes Chinese Academy of Tropical Agriculture Sciences (Hereinafter referred to as CATAS) as a example to analyze the current situation of the role and the advantages of retired researchers. Thereby, it suggests the approach of the role played by retired researchers under the new era and the effective measures for the further role of retired researchers from strengthening ideological and political construction, improving the living conditions and the level of spiritual and cultural, active aging, strengthening service management and other aspects.
Key words: Retired cadres; Agricultural research units; Role
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