Analysis on the Restriction Factors of the Classification of Non-profitable Privately-run High-education Schools—Based on the Deep Interview of a Privately-run Higher School in Shanghai

LEI XU, LIN-HONG ZHAO

Abstract


The Decision to Amend Law of the People’s Republic of China on the Promotion of Privately-run Schools by the People’s Congress stipulate that privately-run schools should be classified as non-profit entities and those seeking profit and each will have different policies. The application dilemma resulting from the law institutional change when they are making a choice, Chinese endowment culture not formed, imperfect property system, lack of control power guarantee, all these appeals should be considered by the legislature and law enforcement agency.

Keywords


Non-profitable Higher Schools, Classification Management, Legal System.Text


DOI
10.12783/dtem/icem2019/31145

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