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Tibet Governance Project

The Tibet Governance Project advances scholarship, research, and new perspectives on key issues of governance and public policy in contemporary Tibet. The program promotes research initiatives and program activities that produce fresh insights, analyses, and approaches to understanding the social, economic and institutional challenges confronting the Tibetan region.

Research areas encompass not only technical and institutional aspects of governance relating to public management and administration, but also larger questions concerning the negotiation and allocation of resources, the dynamics of social agency and formations of public authority. Current research projects include language use and policy; and resource management and sustainable livelihoods.

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