The evolution of Tibetan representation and preferentiality in public employment during the Post-fenpei period in China: Insights from new data sources
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KeywordsTibet; China; public employment recruitment and reforms; ethnic representation; preferentiality and positive discrimination; language;
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- NEP-CNA-2016-07-09 (China)
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