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Ethnic Conflict and Protest in Tibet and XinjiangUnrest in China's West$
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Ben Hillman and Gray Tuttle

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780231169981

Published to Columbia Scholarship Online: September 2016

DOI: 10.7312/columbia/9780231169981.001.0001

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Unrest in Tibet and the Limits of Regional Autonomy

Unrest in Tibet and the Limits of Regional Autonomy

(p.18) 1 Unrest in Tibet and the Limits of Regional Autonomy
Ethnic Conflict and Protest in Tibet and Xinjiang

Ben Hillman

Columbia University Press

This chapter provides an analysis of Chinese government policies in the region and the role of local governments in formulating implementing state policies. The chapter asks why local governments have been unable to use decentralized powers to experiment with policies that address local grievances, in the same way that local governments in other parts of China have been able to drive policy innovation.

Keywords:   Tibet, local government, policy, center-local relations, corruption, official incentives

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