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2017
Allaverdian C, Fogerite J, Scurrah N, Si_Thu_Than_Htike _.  2017.  Documenting Customary Tenure in Myanmar: A guidebook. (March):i-ii,1-112.
Rose-Jensen SR.  2017.  “Everything We Do Is Democracy”: Women and Youth in Land Rights Social Mobilization in Cambodia. Journal of Mason Graduate Research. 5(1):1-16.
Dhiaulhaq A, Wiset K, Thaworn R, Kane S, Gritten D.  2017.  Forest, water and people: The roles and limits of mediation in transforming watershed conflict in Northern Thailand. Forest and Society. 1(2):44-59.
Lamb V, Schoenberger L, Middleton C, Un B.  2017.  Gendered eviction, protest and recovery: a feminist political ecology engagement with land grabbing in rural Cambodia. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(6):1215-1234.
The_Observatory _, Protection_International _, Asia_Pacific_Forum_On_Women_Law_And_Development_(APWLD) _.  2017.  In harm's way: Women human rights defenders in Thailand. :1-20.
Faxon HOliva.  2017.  In the law & on the land: finding the female farmer in Myanmar’s National Land Use Policy. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(6):1197-1214.
Ironside J.  2017.  The Recognition of Customary Tenure in Lao PDR. (October):i-vi,1-58.
Ironside J.  2017.  The Recognition of Customary Tenure in Vietnam. :i-vi,1-54.
Baird IG.  2017.  Resistance and Contingent Contestations to Large-Scale Land Concessions in Southern Laos and Northeastern Cambodia. Land. 6(16):1-19.
Schoenberger L.  2017.  Struggling against excuses: winning back land in Cambodia. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(4):870-890.
2016
Mark SS.  2016.  Are the Odds of Justice “Stacked” Against Them? Challenges and Opportunities for Securing Land Claims by Smallholder Farmers in Myanmar Critical Asian Studies. 48(3):443-460.
Wells-Dang A, Pham_Quang_Tu _, Burke A.  2016.  Conversion of Land Use in Vietnam through a Political Economy Lens. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities. 2(2):131-146.
Lette J.  2016.  Experience of Agribusiness Investment in Lao PDR. :1-18.
Pierce CJ, Nant_Thi_Thi_Oo _.  2016.  Gendered Aspects of Land Rights in Myanmar: Evidence from Paralegal Casework. :1-16.
Kane S., Gritten D., Sapkota L.M, Bui LThi, Dhiaulhaq A..  2016.  Getting the positives out of forest landscape conflicts. Unasylva. 67(247-248):45-51.
Work C.  2016.  Innovate Approach to Land Conflict Transformation: Lessons learned from the HAGL/ indigenous communities’ mediation process in Ratanakiri, Cambodia. (July):i-iii,1-23.
Roberts K.  2016.  It Takes a Rooted Village: Networked Resistance, Connected Communities, and Adaptive Responses to Forest Tenure Reform in Northern Thailand. ASEAS – Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies. 9(1):53-68.
Franco J, Khu_Khu_Ju _.  2016.  Land And Peace In Myanmar: Two Sides Of The Same Coin. Right To Food And Nutrition Watch. :62-64.
Sekine Y.  2016.  Land Confiscations and Collective Action in Myanmar’s Dawei Special Economic Zone Area: Implications for Rural Democratization. Global governance/politics, climate justice & agrarian/social justice: linkages and challenges. (59):i-iii,1-16.
Neef A.  2016.  Land Rights Matter! Anchors to Reduce Land Grabbing, Dispossession and Displacement. A Comparative Study of Land Rights Systems in Southeast Asia and the Potential of National and International Legal Frameworks and Guidelines. :1-80.
Gironde C, Golay C, Messerli P.  2016.  Large-Scale Land Acquisitions: Focus on South-East Asia. :i-xx,1-300.

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