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Democratic Reform in China: Personal Reflections
Li Liangdong, Department Head,Central Party School's Politics and Law Department
NOTE: OPEN TO STANFORD FACULTY, STUDENT, STAFF AND VISITING SCHOLARS ONLY.
RSVP REQUIRED BY 5PM JANUARY 26 AT:http://cddrl.stanford.edu/events/registration/6045/
Professor Li Liangdong is currently the Department Head of the Central Party School's Politics and Law Department. He directly advises senior officials in the Chinese Communist Party. Professor Li received his doctorate from the Central Party School in Law. His main research areas are: democratic perspective, Western political thought, and political theory.
Some of his key works include: Contemporary Chinese Studies of Public Opinion (Central Party School Press, 1996), Mao Zedong and Chinese Farmers (China Farmers Press, 1993), Contemporary Chinese Democracy Studies (Contemporary World Press, 2001 edition), and Third Wave and the Chinese Democracy (Central Party School Press, 2001 edition). He has published over 300 articles. Professor Li has hosted discussions on topics including "Public Discussion in China," "Societal Transitions", and "Study of Political Stability"
Co-sponsored by the Center for Deliberative Democracy
Wednesday, January 27, 2010 | 12:00 pm — 1:30 pm