The Innovative Development Concept of Socialism With Chinese Characteristics for a New Era

Xuejiao LI, Shuoyi PENG


This paper has illustrated the connotation of innovative development concept from four dimensions of theoretical innovation, institutional innovation, technological innovation and cultural innovation, and proposed the innovative development concept is the dynamic guarantee for adapting and guiding the Chinese economy for a new ear, strategic support for improving the China’s national strength, and an important magic weapon for promoting the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. By comparing and analyzing the innovative ideas in the Marxist Political Economics, this paper proposes that innovative development concept is the inheritance and development of Marxist Political Economics, and it is also the new achievement in the study of the political economy of socialism with Chinese characteristics.


Innovative development; Political economy; Inheritance and development

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