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Adler D, Sokbunthoeun S.  2012.  Toward Equity in Development When the Law Is Not the Law: Reflections on Legal Pluralism in Practice. Legal Pluralism and Development Scholars and Practitioners in Dialogue. :83-92.
Agarwal B.  2003.  Gender and Land Rights Revisited: Exploring New Prospects via the State, Family and Market. Journal of Agrarian Change. 3(1-2):184-224.
Allaverdian C, Fogerite J, Scurrah N, Si_Thu_Than_Htike _.  2017.  Documenting Customary Tenure in Myanmar: A guidebook. (March):i-ii,1-112.
Andersen KEwers.  2016.  The Recognition of Customary Tenure in Myanmar. :i-v1,1-33.
Anprasert W.  2021.  SLAPPs as a form of exclusion in resource governance: the case of an anti-gold mine campaign in Loei province, Thailand. Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences. 42(4):746-752.
Apornsilp R, Thaworn R.  2018.  Nested Interconnection: Transgressing Community-Based Natural Resource Management towards Innovating Collective Landscape Mobilization. 2018 World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty. :1-20.
Archer D.  2012.  Baan Mankong participatory slum upgrading in Bangkok, Thailand: Community perceptions of outcomes and security of tenure. Habitat International. 36(1):178-184.
Asian_Development_Bank(ADB).  2017.  Sustainable Land Management in Asia: Introducing the Landscape Approach. :i-xiii,1-57.
Asia_Indigenous_Peoples_Pact(AIPP), Food_and_Agriculture_Organization_of_the_United_Nations(FAO), International_Work_Group_for_Indigenous_Affairs(IWGIA).  2015.  Shifting cultivation, livelihood and food security. Edited by Christian Erni. :i-xiv,1-415.
Asif F, Beckwith L, Ngin C.  2023.  People and politics: Urban climate resilience in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities. 4
Aung G.  2018.  Postcolonial Capitalism and the Politics of Dispossession: Political Trajectories in Southern Myanmar. European Journal of East Asian Studies. 17(2):193-227.
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Baird IG, Le Billon P.  2012.  Landscapes of Political Memories: War Legacies and Land Negotiations in Laos. Political Geography. 31(5):290-300.
Baird IG.  2023.  Indigenous communal land titling, the microfinance industry, and agrarian change in Ratanakiri Province, Northeastern Cambodia. Journal of Peasant Studies. :27pp..
Baird IG.  2013.  'Indigenous Peoples' and land: Comparing communal land titling and its implications in Cambodia and Laos. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 54(3):269-281.
Baird IG.  2017.  Resistance and Contingent Contestations to Large-Scale Land Concessions in Southern Laos and Northeastern Cambodia. Land. 6(16):1-19.
Barney K.  2004.  Re-encountering resistance: Plantation activism and smallholder production in Thailand and Sarawak, Malaysia. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 45(3):325-339.
Beban A, So S, Un K.  2017.  From Force to Legitimation: Rethinking Land Grabs in Cambodia. Development and Change. 48(3):590-612.
Biddulph R.  2011.  Is the Geographies of Evasion hypothesis useful for explaining and predicting the fate of external interventions? The case of REDD in Cambodia Globalization and Development: Rethinking interventions and governance. :1-19.
Biddulph R.  2012.  REDD and Poverty in Cambodia. :i-iv,1-38.
Biddulph R.  2014.  Cambodia’s land management and administration project. (086):1-14.
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.
Bourdier F.  2014.  Indigenous Groups in Cambodia: An Updated Situation. :1-35.
Bourdier F.  2019.  From Confrontation to Mediation: Cambodian Farmers Expelled by a Vietnamese Company. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs. 38(1):55-76.
Bourgoin J, Castella J-C.  2011.  “PLUP FICTION”: Landscape Simulation for Participatory Land Use Planning in Northern Lao PDR. Mountain Research and Development. 31(2):78-88.
Brugman J.  2022.  Uncovering the individual/collective divide in planning responses to informal settlements as a structural cause of tenure insecurity in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. International Development Planning Review. 44(4):411-434.

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