The Theory of Ecological Civilization Think Tank’s Credibility

Tao YANG

Abstract


On October 27, 2014, China decided to focus on building a number of new high-end think-tank has a greater impact and international influence, attention to the construction of specialized think tank. Also decided to focus on building 50-100 countries need, distinctive, institutional innovation, specialized think tank to lead the development of new high-end, 2020, the formation of a new think tank system with Chinese characteristics. In the eighteenth Third Plenary Session of the Communist Party of China put forward, top-level design, system construction and other aspects of foreign exchange from the think tank building become part of China policy decision-making system. These important expositions showed both think tank construction is to promote an important part of national governance systems and governance modernization, but also for the construction with Chinese characteristics pointed out the fundamental direction of the new think tank, put forward the overall requirements. However, from the “food poisoning” is said to be “lactose intolerance” to the “those old petitioners ... at least 99% or more mental problems”, “only widen the gap between rich and poor, society can progress”, “nail house” pushing up prices “absurd arguments of these experts; in this” digestion authority “era, expert repair has become” brick House”, people become” old do not believe. “With the occurrence of fermentation Chinese social confidence crisis, along with the expert authority of digestion and decline, today’s society is being staged reality version of “Zhen Huan Chuan”. Credibility—as happened Premised think tank building, now just like the “luxury” like scarce. Thus, the crack credibility crisis, bear the brunt of the moment we are building with Chinese characteristics, the new think tank problems to be solved.


Keywords


Ecological civilization; Think tank; Credibility

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

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