讲座地点：亚洲城ca88钱学森图书馆星空报告厅Xi’an Jiao Tong University Library
Among the new measures and policies adopted by the CPC Central Committee with Xi Jinping as General Secretary，the anti-corruption campaign has, since the 18th CPC National Congress , attracted the wide spread attention and recognition from home and abroad which has significantly changed the political environment and social atmosphere in China. This lecture illustrates the endeavors by the CPC in the past six years to combat corrupt and build a clean government. The content of the lecture includes CPC's commitment and planning on combating corruption, the nature and main manifestation of corruption, the significance of anti-corruption, the methods and measures of anti-corruption (including improving party conduct, the punishment of corrupt officials, measures of supervising the use of power, and the reform of the Party and state oversight systems).
Baomin Wang is the Law Professor and the Director of Research Center of Legislation and Intra-party Regulations of Xi'an Jiaotong University, "Excellent Young and Middle-aged Jurist" of Shaanxi Province, Standing Director of Legislative Research Society of China Law Society, President of Legislative Research Society and Vice-President of Research Association of Intra-party Regulations of Shaanxi Law Society. Being Senior Research Scholar of Fulbright Project in University of California Berkeley Law School, USA, 2007-2008; Visiting Scholar of Free University of Brussels, Belgium, 2010. He is served as a special researcher and expert consultant of the Political Science and Law of Shaanxi Provincial CPC Committee, a legislative consultant expert of the Standing Committee of Shaanxi Provincial People's Congress, a special consultant expert of Shaanxi Provincial Higher People's Court, and a non-permanent member of the Selection and Punishment Committee of Shaanxi Judges and Prosecutors. More than 50 papers have been published and over 20 scientific research projects have been presided over. The main research fields are jurisprudence, legislation and public law theory.