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Traldi R, Silva JA, Potapov P, Tyukavina A, Epprecht M, Gore ML, Phompila C.  2023.  Cultivating inequality? Regional rubber dynamics and implications for voluntary sustainability programs in Lao PDR World Development. 170:106312.
Giraldo OFelipe, Rosset PMichael.  2023.  Emancipatory agroecologies: social and political principles. Journal of Peasant Studies. 50(3):820-850.
Elinoff E, Lamb V.  2023.  Environmentalisms in Twenty-First Century Thailand: Continuities, Discontinuities, and Emerging Trajectories. Journal of Contemporary Asia. 53(3):375-397.
Kenney-Lazar M, Schönweger O, Messerli P, Nanhthavong V.  2023.  Governing Land Concessions in Laos. Routledge Handbook of Global Land and Resource Grabbing. :96-109.
Milne S, Frewer T, Mahanty S.  2023.  Green territoriality and resource extraction in Cambodia. Routledge Handbook of Global Land and Resource Grabbing. :159-172.
Baird IG.  2023.  Indigenous communal land titling, the microfinance industry, and agrarian change in Ratanakiri Province, Northeastern Cambodia. Journal of Peasant Studies. :27pp..
Asif F, Beckwith L, Ngin C.  2023.  People and politics: Urban climate resilience in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities. 4
Pattenden J.  2023.  Progressive politics and populism: Classes of labour and rural–urban political sociology—An introduction to the special issue. Journal of Agrarian Change. 23(1):3-21.
Kenney-Lazar M, Suhardiman D, Hunt G.  2023.  The spatial politics of land policy reform in Myanmar and Laos. Journal of Peasant Studies. 50(4):1529-1548.
Tim S, Providoli I, Sien T, Yim S, Kim S, Liniger H.  2023.  Strengthening climate resilience of rural communities by co-producing landscape-specific integrated farming systems in Cambodia. Journal of Land Use Science. 18(1):152-175.
Hunt G, Leonard SN.  2023.  The struggle for forest tenure in Myanmar: voices from the 2019 forest rules consultation. Journal of Land Use Science. 18(1):296-314.
Pye O, Chatuthai N.  2023.  Three populisms and two dead ends: Variants of agrarian populism in Thailand. Journal of Agrarian Change. 23(1):47-67.
Diepart J‐C, Ngo S, Ngin C, Ouer I.  2022.  Agricultural Investment at the Crossroads in Cambodia: Towards inclusion of small-holder farmers? Centre for Policy Studies (CPS), Analyzing Development Issues Centre (ADIC), Mekong Region Land Governance Project (MRLG). Case Study(6):1-48.
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.
Pauly M, Crosse W, Tosteson J.  2022.  High deforestation trajectories in Cambodia slowly transformed through economic land concession restrictions and strategic execution of REDD+ protected areas. Scientific Reports. 12(17102)
Hak S, Underhill-Sem Y, Ngin C.  2022.  Indigenous peoples’ responses to land exclusions: emotions, affective links and power relations. Third World Quarterly. 43(3):525-542.
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.
Kenney-Lazar M.  2022.  The Prospects for Sustainable Rubber in the Mekong Region: An Assessment of Emerging Initiatives. (Thematic Study No.14):1-36.
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.
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.
Work C, Theilade I, Thuon T.  2022.  Under the canopy of development aid: illegal logging and the shadow state. Journal of Peasant Studies. :1-32.