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Zeng Z, Gower DB, Wood EF.  2018.  Accelerating forest loss in Southeast Asian Massif in the 21st century: A case study in Nan Province, Thailand. Global Change Biology. 24(10):4682-4695.
Woods K.  2015.  CP maize contract farming in Shan State, Myanmar: A regional case of a place-based corporate agro-feed system. :i-iv,1-27.
Byerlee D.  2014.  The Fall and Rise Again of Plantations in Tropical Asia: History Repeated? Land. 3(3):574-597.
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.
Bonnin C, Turner S.  2013.  ‘A good wife stays home’: gendered negotiations over state agricultural programmes, upland Vietnam. Gender, Place & Culture. 21(December 2014):1302-1320.
Sturgeon JC.  2010.  Governing minorities and development in Xishuangbanna, China: Akha and Dai rubber farmers as entrepreneurs. Geoforum. 41(2):318-328.
Boutthavong S, Hyakumura K, Ehara M, Fujiwara T.  2016.  Historical Changes of Land Tenure and Land Use Rights in a Local Community: A Case Study in Lao PDR. Land. 5(11):1-20.
Nghiem T, Kimkong H, Fox J, Hurni K, Baird I.  2018.  Large-Scale Land Concessions, Migration, and Land Use: The Paradox of Industrial Estates in the Red River Delta of Vietnam and Rubber Plantations of Northeast Cambodia. Land. 7(2):1-17.
Diepart J-C, Dupuis D.  2014.  The peasants in turmoil: Khmer Rouge, state formation and the control of land in northwest Cambodia. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 41(4):445-468.
Kenney-Lazar M.  2012.  Plantation rubber, land grabbing and social-property transformation in southern Laos. Journal of Peasant Studies. 39(3-4):1017-1037.
Baird IG.  2020.  Problems for the plantations: Challenges for large-scale land concessions in Laos and Cambodia. Journal of Agrarian Change. 20(3):387-407.
Wells-Dang A.  2013.  Promoting Land Rights in Vietnam: A Multi-sector Advocacy Coalition Approach. Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty. :1-25.
Barney K.  2004.  Re-encountering resistance: Plantation activism and smallholder production in Thailand and Sarawak, Malaysia. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 45(3):325-339.
Suhardiman D, Giordano M, Keovilignavong O, Sotoukee T.  2015.  Revealing the hidden effects of land grabbing through better understanding of farmers’ strategies in dealing with land loss. Land Use Policy. 49:195-202.
Rammohan A, Pritchard B.  2014.  The Role of Landholding as a Determinant of Food and Nutrition Insecurity in Rural Myanmar. World Development. 64:597-608.
Wataru F.  2020.  The Rubber Boom Assemblage and Internalized Friction: Attitudes of the Government, NGOs, and Farmers in Northeast Thailand. Southeast Asian Studies. 9(3):381-411.
De Koninck R, Rousseau J-F.  2013.  Southeast Asian agriculture: Why such rapid growth? L'Espace Geographique. 2013(2):135-155.
Meyfroidt P, Vu_Tan_Phuong _, Hoang_Viet_Anh _.  2013.  Trajectories of deforestation, coffee expansion and displacement of shifting cultivation in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Global Environmental Change. 23(5):1187-1198.
Baird IG.  2011.  Turning Land into Capital, Turning People into Labor: Primitive Accumulation and the Arrival of Large-Scale Economic Land Concessions in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic. New Proposals: Journal of Marxism and Interdisciplinary Inquiry. 5(1):10-26.
Lim CLing, Prescott GW, De Alban JDon T, Ziegler AD, Webb EL.  2017.  Untangling the proximate causes and underlying drivers of deforestation and forest degradation in Myanmar. Conservation Biology. 31(6):1362-1372.

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