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Wells-Dang A, Pham_Quang_Tu _, Burke A.  2016.  Conversion of Land Use in Vietnam through a Political Economy Lens. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities. 2(2):131-146.
Labbé D.  2016.  Critical reflections on land appropriation and alternative urbanization trajectories in periurban Vietnam. Cities. 53:150-155.
Saswattecha K, Hein L, Kroeze C, Jawjit W.  2016.  Effects of oil palm expansion through direct and indirect land use change in Tapi river basin, Thailand. International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services & Management. 12(4):291-313.
Lette J.  2016.  Experience of Agribusiness Investment in Lao PDR. :1-18.
Vongvisouk T, Dwyer M.  2016.  Falling Rubber Prices in Northern Laos: Local Responses and Policy Options. :i-v,1-53.
Diepart J-C, Sem T.  2016.  Fragmented Territories: Incomplete Enclosures and Agrarian Change on the Agricultural Frontier of Samlaut District, North-West Cambodia. Journal of Agrarian Change. :1-22.
Pierce CJ, Nant_Thi_Thi_Oo _.  2016.  Gendered Aspects of Land Rights in Myanmar: Evidence from Paralegal Casework. :1-16.
Kane S., Gritten D., Sapkota L.M, Bui LThi, Dhiaulhaq A..  2016.  Getting the positives out of forest landscape conflicts. Unasylva. 67(247-248):45-51.
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.
Knudsen CMS, Mertz O.  2016.  Improved land tenure not the driver of economic development in a Vietnamese community. Geografisk Tidsskrift-Danish Journal of Geography. 116(1):82-84.
Work C.  2016.  Innovate Approach to Land Conflict Transformation: Lessons learned from the HAGL/ indigenous communities’ mediation process in Ratanakiri, Cambodia. (July):i-iii,1-23.
Roberts K.  2016.  It Takes a Rooted Village: Networked Resistance, Connected Communities, and Adaptive Responses to Forest Tenure Reform in Northern Thailand. ASEAS – Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies. 9(1):53-68.
Franco J, Khu_Khu_Ju _.  2016.  Land And Peace In Myanmar: Two Sides Of The Same Coin. Right To Food And Nutrition Watch. :62-64.
Sekine Y.  2016.  Land Confiscations and Collective Action in Myanmar’s Dawei Special Economic Zone Area: Implications for Rural Democratization. Global governance/politics, climate justice & agrarian/social justice: linkages and challenges. (59):i-iii,1-16.
Neef A.  2016.  Land Rights Matter! Anchors to Reduce Land Grabbing, Dispossession and Displacement. A Comparative Study of Land Rights Systems in Southeast Asia and the Potential of National and International Legal Frameworks and Guidelines. :1-80.
McCarthy S.  2016.  Land Tenure Security and Policy Tensions in Myanmar (Burma). Asia Pacific Issues. (127):1-8.
Scheidel A, Work C.  2016.  Large-scale forest plantations for climate change mitigation? New frontiers of deforestation and land grabbing in Cambodia Global governance/politics, climate justice & agrarian/social justice: linkages and challenges. (11):i-iii,1-13.
Gironde C, Golay C, Messerli P.  2016.  Large-Scale Land Acquisitions: Focus on South-East Asia. :i-xx,1-300.
Work C, Beban A.  2016.  Mapping the Srok: The Mimeses of Land Titling in Cambodia. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia. 31(1):37-80.
Guttal S, Chrek S.  2016.  An Overview of Large-Scale Investments in the Mekong Region. :1-28.
Sakayarote K, Shrestha RP.  2016.  Policy-driven rubber plantation and its driving factors: a case of smallholders in northeast Thailand. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology. :1-12.
Hirsch P, Mellac M, Scurrah N.  2016.  The political economy of land governance in Viet Nam. :24. (4.72 MB)
Sokphea Y.  2016.  Popular Resistance in Cambodia: The Rationale Behind Government Response. Asian Politics & Policy. 8(4):593-613.
Kabiri N.  2016.  Public participation, land use and climate change governance in Thailand. Land Use Policy. 52:511-517.
Shatkin G.  2016.  The real estate turn in policy and planning: Land monetization and the political economy of peri-urbanization in Asia. Cities. 53:141-149.

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