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Evaluating Chinese policy on post-resettlement support for dam-induced displacement and resettlement
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal
Being resettled is a complex and traumatic process. International experience reveals that people are made worse off by project induced displacement and resettlement. In China, a country with much dam induced resettlement, since 2006 there has been considerable government attention to ensure that post-resettlement outcomes are improved and that people are made better off as a result of being resettled. We describe the context of daminduced resettlement in China, and analyse the post-resettlementdoi:10.1080/14615517.2020.1771051 fatcat:s2ehnjwpcvdelnlw3vuadi2jj4