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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.
Boonyanam N.  2018.  Agricultural economic zones in Thailand. Land Use Policy. :1-9.
Diepart J‐C, Sem T.  2018.  The Cambodian peasantry and the formalisation of land rights: Historical overview and current issues. :i-v,1-92.
Borras_Jr. SM, Franco JC.  2018.  The challenge of locating land-based climate change mitigation and adaptation politics within a social justice perspective: towards an idea of agrarian climate justice. Third World Quarterly. 39(7):1308-1325.
Wily LAlden.  2018.  Collective land ownership in the 21st century: Overview of global trends. Land. 7(2):1-26.
Feurer M, Gritten D, Than MMaung.  2018.  Community Forestry for Livelihoods: Benefiting from Myanmar's Mangroves. Forests. 9(3):1-15.
Woods KM.  2018.  The Conflict Resource Economy and Pathways to Peace in Burma. (144):i-ii,1-34.
Mahanty S.  2018.  Contingent Sovereignty: Cross-Border Rentals in the Cambodia–Vietnam Borderland. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 108(3):829-844.
Trædal LTore, Vedeld P.  2018.  Cultivating forests: The role of forest land in household livelihood adaptive strategies in the Bac Kan Province of northern Vietnam. Land Use Policy. 73:249-258.
Talocci G, Boano C.  2018.  The de-politicisation of housing policies: the case of Borei Keila land-sharing in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. International Journal of Housing Policy. 18(2):290-311.
Flower BCR.  2018.  Does informal tenure result in land inequality? A critique of tenure formalisation reforms in Cambodia Land Use Policy. 77:240-248.
Beringer ALea, Kaewsuk J.  2018.  Emerging livelihood vulnerabilities in an urbanizing and climate uncertain environment for the case of a secondary city in Thailand. Sustainability (Switzerland). 10(5):1-22.
Beauchamp E, Clements T, Milner-Gulland E.J.  2018.  Exploring trade-offs between development and conservation outcomes in Northern Cambodia. Land Use Policy. 71:431-444.
Scheidel A, Work C.  2018.  Forest plantations and climate change discourses: New powers of ‘green’ grabbing in Cambodia. Land Use Policy. 77:9-18.
Mills EN.  2018.  Framing China’s role in global land deal trends: why Southeast Asia is key. Globalizations. 15(1):168-177.
Einzenberger R.  2018.  Frontier Capitalism and Politics of Dispossession in Myanmar: The Case of the Mwetaung (Gullu Mual) Nickel Mine in Chin State. Austrian Journal of South East Asia. 11(1):13-34.
Cornish G, Ramsay R.  2018.  Gender and livelihoods in Myanmar after development-induced resettlement. Forced Migration Review. (59):55-57.
Osorio M, Gallina A.  2018.  Gender Opportunities and Constraints in Land-Related Agricultural Investments. :i-viii,1-74.
Pierce C, Hurtle L, Bainbridge J.  2018.  Gendered experiences of land confiscation in Myanmar: Insights from eastern Bago Region and Kayin State. :i-iii,1-28.
Kenney-Lazar M.  2018.  Governing Dispossession: Relational Land Grabbing in Laos. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 108(3):679-694.
Zeng Z, Estes L, Ziegler AD, Chen A, Searchinger T, Hua F, Guan K, Jintrawet A, Wood EF.  2018.  Highland cropland expansion and forest loss in Southeast Asia in the twenty-first century. Nature Geoscience. 11:556-562.
Thuon R.  2018.  Holding corporations from middle countries accountable for human rights violations: a case study of the Vietnamese company investment in Cambodia. Globalizations. 15(1):152-167.
Displacement_Solutions _, Norwegian_Refugee_Council _.  2018.  Housing, Land and Property Rights and Peace Agreements: Guidance for the Myanmar Peace Process. :1-31.
Sitthisuntikul K, Yossuck P, Limnirankul B.  2018.  How does organic agriculture contribute to food security of small land holders?: A case study in the North of Thailand Cogent Food & Agriculture. 4(1):1-12.
Ma A, Poe_Ei_Phyu _, Knapman C.  2018.  In the land of wise old men: experiences of young women activists in Myanmar. Gender and Development. 26(3):459-476.

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