The Analysis of House Demolition Compensation System in China From the Perspective of Administration and Ethics

Qingyan NIU

Abstract


Since 70’s of the last century and the early 80’s century, China has carried out the reform and opening-up, the urbanization is being accelerated and efforts made for city reconstruction are intensified. As a result, relocating urban housing in cities has become common and frequent. However, along with this phenomenon, many issues have come into being. In the light of the public interests and compensation system in house demolition institution, this essay, bringing forward measures for improving it so as to strike balance between defending legal rights of citizens and safeguarding public interests.


Keywords


Administration and ethics; China; Civic building; Demolition compensation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5987

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