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Lu J, Schönweger O.  2019.  Great expectations: Chinese investment in Laos and the myth of empty land. Territory, Politics, Governance. 7(1):61-78.
Hua X, Kono Y, Zhang L, Xu E, Luo R.  2019.  How transnational labor migration affects upland land use practices in the receiving country: Findings from the China-Myanmar borderland. Land Use Policy. 84(February):163-176.
Phongsiri M.  2019.  Land Conflict and Land Governance in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region: Case Studies of Urban and Peri-urban in Thailand. Journal of Mekong Societies. 15(1):87-110.
Baird IG, Noseworthy W, Nghiem_Phuong_Tuyen _, Le_Thu_Ha _, Fox J.  2019.  Land grabs and labour: Vietnamese workers on rubber plantations in southern Laos. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 40(1):50-70.
Cuong_Van_Hoang _, Tuyen_Quang_Tran -, Yen_Hai_Thi_Nguyen _, Kien_Duc_Nguyen _.  2019.  Is Land Ownership a Key Factor in the Choice of Livelihood in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam? Human Ecology. 47:681-691.
MRLG _.  2019.  Land Tenure Security in '70 Percent Forestland Policy' of the Lao PDR. (Discussion Note Series #6):1-4.
Susumu N.  2019.  Land Use and Land Cover Changes during the Second Indochina War and Their Long-Term Impact on a Hilly Area in Laos. Southeast Asian Studies. 8(2):203-231.
Chim K, Tunnicliffe J, Shamseldin A, Ota T.  2019.  Land Use Change Detection and Prediction in Upper Siem Reap River, Cambodia. Hydrology. 6(3)
Trisurat Y, Shirakawa H, Johnston JM.  2019.  Land-Use/Land-Cover Change from Socio-Economic Drivers and Their Impact on Biodiversity in Nan Province, Thailand. Sustainability. 11(3):1-22.
Cole R, Rigg J.  2019.  Lao peasants on the move: Pathways of agrarian change in Laos. Australian Journal of Anthropology. 30(2):160-180.
Hirsch P.  2019.  Limits to neoliberal authoritarianism in the politics of land capitalisation in Thailand: beyond the paradox. Canadian Journal of Development Studies. :1-18.
Feurer M, Heinimann A, Schneider F, Jurt C, Myint_Win _, Zaehringer JGwendolin.  2019.  Local Perspectives on Ecosystem Service Trade-Offs in a Forest Frontier Landscape in Myanmar. Land. 8(3):1-19.
Dwyer M, Vongvisouk T.  2019.  The long land grab: market-assisted enclosure on the China-Lao rubber frontier. Territory, Politics, Governance. 7(1):96-114.
Manahan MAnn.  2019.  New Challenges and Strategies: In the Defense of Land and Territory. (4):96.
Park CMi Young.  2019.  “Our Lands are Our Lives”: Gendered Experiences of Resistance to Land Grabbing in Rural Cambodia. Feminist Economics. 25(4):21-44.
Suhardiman D, Bright J, Palmano C.  2019.  The politics of legal pluralism in the shaping of spatial power in Myanmar’s land governance. Journal of Peasant Studies. :1-25.
Golay C.  2019.  Research Brief: The Implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and Other People Working in Rural Areas. :1-10.
Phuc_To _, Dressler W.  2019.  Rethinking 'Success’: The politics of payment for forest ecosystem services in Vietnam. Land Use Policy. 81:582-593.
Woods K.  2019.  Rubber out of the ashes: locating Chinese agribusiness investments in ‘armed sovereignties’ in the Myanmar–China borderlands. Territory, Politics, Governance. 7(1):79-95.
Belton B, Filipski M.  2019.  Rural transformation in central Myanmar: By how much, and for whom? Journal of Rural Studies. 67:166-176.
Diepart J-C, Ngin C, Oeur I.  2019.  Struggles for Life: Smallholder Farmers’ Resistance and State Land Relations in Contemporary Cambodia. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs. 38(1):10-32.
Suhardiman D, Keovilignavong O, Kenney-Lazar M.  2019.  The territorial politics of land use planning in Laos. Land Use Policy. 83:346-356.
Lao R, Parks TI, Sangvirojkul C, Lek-Uthai A, Pathanasethpong A, Arporniem, ii P, Takkhin T, Tiamsai K.  2019.  Thailand's Inequality: Myths & Realities of Isan. :i-xii,1-100.
Springate-Baginski O.  2019.  'There is no vacant land'. A primer on defending Myanmar's customary tenure systems. :1-40.
FAO _.  2019.  Women’s land rights and agrarian change: evidence from indigenous communities in Cambodia. :i-x,1-48.

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