Ellen Bangsbo. Teaching and Learning in Tibet: A Review of Research and Policy Publications, NIAS Report no. 46. Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, 2004. vii, 50 pp. Paperback 2.99, isbn 8794306. Ebook 6.00, isbn 879434. www.niaspress.dk. Andrew Martin Fischer. State Growth and Social Exclusion in Tibet: Challenges of Recent Economic Growth, NIAS Report no. 47. Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, 2005. xxvi, 87 pp. Hardcover 42.00, isbn 8794756. Paperback, 4.99, isbn 8794632. These two recent titles in the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Press's collection on Tibetan topics are an important addition to scholarly knowledge of contemporary Tibet.¹ The two works share some features, such as being brilliantly informative on their respective topics given their narrow use of English language source materials. They differ in that Ellen Bangsbo conducted a straightforward literature review, full of insights but without a developed analysis, whereas Andrew Fischer deeply analyzed Chinese statistical yearbooks to illuminate, often with clear graphs and figures, the world of current Tibetan development and economics. Bangsbo has done the fields of Tibetan studies and minority education in China a great service by collecting and summarizing the state of scholarly knowledge about education in Tibet up to
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