Comparative Study on Administrative Subject Types
This paper studies the situation and defects of China’s modern administrative subject types through comparative analysis on the administrative subject types of continental law system and Anglo-American law system countries, analyzes the necessity and applicability of constructing multiple administrative subject system in China, and also provides several innovations for the construction of Chinese administrative subject system from the perspective of China’s legal culture characteristics and adaptability.
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