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Martignoni JB, Gironde C, Prügl E, Tsikata D.  2022.  Agricultural Commercialization, Gender Equality and the Right to Food: Insights from Ghana and Cambodia. :290.
Hien_Trung_Phan _, Spitzer HD.  2022.  The Constitutionality of Compulsory Land Acquisition in Vietnam: Issues and Recommendations. Law and Development Review. 15(1):147-168.
Sopera D.  2022.  Corruption and water governance in the Mekong River Basin. :1-72.
Black B, Anthony BP.  2022.  Counterfactual assessment of protected area avoided deforestation in Cambodia: Trends in effectiveness, spillover effects and the influence of establishment date. Global Ecology and Conservation. 38(May):e02228.
Bauernschuster S, Pichler M, Ingalls M, Thongmanivong S, Gingrich S.  2022.  Discursive and biophysical dimensions of land sparing policies in Laos: Implications for greenhouse gas emissions and food security. Land Use Policy. 120(June):106293.
Diepart J-C, Thuon T.  2022.  Exclusions in the Cambodian irrigation sector: perspectives from Battambang province. Cahiers Agricultures. 31(15):1-8.
Belton B, Fang P.  2022.  Hybrid livelihoods: Maize and agrarian transformation in Southeast Asia's uplands. Journal of Rural Studies. 95(October):521-532.
Diepart J-C, Boutry M, Venot J-P.  2022.  Irrigated Land Tenure in Myanmar and Cambodia: The state, the market... and smallholders!. :1-11.
Pichler M, Schmid M, Gingrich S.  2022.  Mechanisms to exclude local people from forests: Shifting power relations in forest transitions. Ambio. 51(4):849-862.
Cole R.  2022.  Prospects and limitations of ‘Responsible Agricultural Investment’ for governing transboundary agri-food systems in Mekong Southeast Asia: Implications for upland maize in the Lao-Vietnamese borderlands. Environmental Policy and Governance. 32(4):362-373.
Faxon HOliva, Goldstein JE, Fisher MR, Hunt G.  2022.  Territorializing spatial data: Controlling land through One Map projects in Indonesia and Myanmar. Political Geography. 98(March):102651.