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2018
Kenney-Lazar M.  2018.  Governing Dispossession: Relational Land Grabbing in Laos. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 108(3):679-694.
2017
Hirsch P.  2017.  Afterword: Land Transformations and Exclusion across Regions. Kastom, Property and Ideology: Land Transformations in Melanesia. :405-419.
Cramb R, Manivong V, Newby JC, Sothorn K, Sibat PS.  2017.  Alternatives to land grabbing: exploring conditions for smallholder inclusion in agricultural commodity chains in Southeast Asia. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(4):939-967.
Diepart JChristophe, Schoenberger L.  2017.  Concessions in Cambodia: Governing profits, extending state power and enclosing resources from the colonial era to the present. The Handbook of Contemporary Cambodia. :157-168.
Beban A, Gorman T.  2017.  From land grab to agrarian transition ? Hybrid trajectories of accumulation and environmental change on the Cambodia–Vietnam border The Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(1):748-768.
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.
Rossi A, Nan SNa.  2017.  Neoliberalism and the Integration of Labor and Natural Resources: Contract Farming and Biodiversity Conservation in Northern Thailand. Dreams of Prosperity: Inequality and Integration in Southeast Asia. :55-93.
Baird IG, Barney K.  2017.  The political ecology of cross-sectoral cumulative impacts: modern landscapes, large hydropower dams and industrial tree plantations in Laos and Cambodia. Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(4):769-795.
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.
Lu JN.  2017.  Tapping into rubber: China’s opium replacement program and rubber production in Laos. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(4):726-747.
San Thein U, Pyae_Sone K, Diepart J-C.  2017.  Transparency Under Scrutiny: Information Disclosure by the Parliamentary Land Investigation Commission in Myanmar. :i-iii,1-10.
Mi_Young_Park C, Maffii M.  2017.  ‘We are not afraid to die’: gender dynamics of agrarian change in Ratanakiri province, Cambodia. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(6):1235-1254.
2016
Mahanty S, Milne S.  2016.  Anatomy of a boom: Cassava as a ‘gateway’ crop in Cambodia’s north eastern borderland. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 57(2):180-193.
W. Green N, Baird IG.  2016.  Capitalizing on Compensation: Hydropower Resettlement and the Commodification and Decommodification of Nature–Society Relations in Southern Laos. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 106(4):853-873.
Friis C, Reenberg A, Heinimann A, Schönweger O.  2016.  Changing local land systems: Implications of a Chinese rubber plantation in Nambak District, Lao PDR. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 37(1):25-42.
Lette J.  2016.  Experience of Agribusiness Investment in Lao PDR. :1-18.
Vongvisouk T, Dwyer M.  2016.  Falling Rubber Prices in Northern Laos: Local Responses and Policy Options. :i-v,1-53.
Diepart J-C, Sem T.  2016.  Fragmented Territories: Incomplete Enclosures and Agrarian Change on the Agricultural Frontier of Samlaut District, North-West Cambodia. Journal of Agrarian Change. :1-22.
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.
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.
Guttal S, Chrek S.  2016.  An Overview of Large-Scale Investments in the Mekong Region. :1-28.
Hirsch P, Mellac M, Scurrah N.  2016.  The political economy of land governance in Viet Nam. :24. (4.72 MB)
Sokphea Y.  2016.  Popular Resistance in Cambodia: The Rationale Behind Government Response. Asian Politics & Policy. 8(4):593-613.

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