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2016
Andersen KEwers.  2016.  The Recognition of Customary Tenure in Myanmar. :i-v1,1-33.
Vongvisouk T, Broegaard RBrandt, Mertz O, Thongmanivong S.  2016.  Rush for cash crops and forest protection: Neither land sparing nor land sharing. Land Use Policy. 55:182-192.
Ornetsmüller C, Verburg PH, Heinimann A.  2016.  Scenarios of land system change in the Lao PDR: Transitions in response to alternative demands on goods and services provided by the land. Applied Geography. 75:1-11.
Friis C, Nielsen JØstergaar.  2016.  Small-scale land acquisitions, large-scale implications: Exploring the case of Chinese banana investments in Northern Laos. Land Use Policy. 57:117-129.
Research_Advocacy_and_Information_Center(RACC).  2016.  Statistical Analysis of Land Disputes in Cambodia, 2015. :i-vi,1-45.
Scheidel A.  2016.  Tactics of land capture through claims of poverty reduction in Cambodia. Geoforum. 75:110-114.
Diepart J-C.  2016.  They will need land! The current land tenure situation and future land allocation needs of smallholder farmers in Cambodia. (August):i-iv,1-33.
Dwyer MB, Sokphea Y.  2016.  Uneven Developments: Toward Inclusive Land Governance in Contemporary Cambodia. 2016(476):1-39.
OXFAM _, Pan_Nature _.  2016.  Vietnamese Agricultural Investment in Cambodia and Laos: Benefits, Impacts and Challenges. :1-40.
2015
Davis KFrankel, Yu K, Rulli MCristina, Pichdara L, D'Odorico P.  2015.  Accelerated deforestation driven by large-scale land acquisitions in Cambodia. Nature Geoscience. 8:772-775.
Lamb V, Middleton C, Leonard R, Nga_Dao _.  2015.  Access to productive agricultural land by the landless, land poor and smallholder farmers in four Lower Mekong River Basin countries. :1-94.
McAllister K.  2015.  Allocation or appropriation? How spatial and temporal fragmentation of land allocation policies facilitates land grabbing in Northern Laos Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (76):i-iii,1-20.
Thi_Thanh_Hiên_Pham _, Turner S, Trincsi K.  2015.  Applying a Systematic Review to Land Use Land Cover Change in Northern Upland Vietnam: The Missing Case of the Borderlands. Geographical Research. 53(4):419-435.
Sims K.  2015.  The Asian Development Bank and the production of poverty: Neoliberalism, technocratic modernization and land dispossession in the Greater Mekong Subregion. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 36:112-126.
Kenney-Lazar M.  2015.  Authoritarian resource governance and emerging peasant resistance in the context of Sino-Vietnamese Tree Plantations, Southeastern Laos. Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (2):i-iv,1-21.
Sherchan D.  2015.  Cambodia: The Bitter Taste of Sugar Displacement and Dispossession in Oddar Meanchey Province. :i-x,1-60.
Milne S.  2015.  Cambodia's Unofficial Regime of Extraction: Illicit Logging in the Shadow of Transnational Governance and Investment. Critical Asian Studies. 47(2):200-228.
Franco J, Kramer T, Fradejas AAlonso, Twomey H, Vervest P.  2015.  The Challenge of Democratic and Inclusive Land Policymaking in Myanmar: A Response to the Draft National Land Use Policy. :1-72.
Mills E.  2015.  Chinese Agricultural and Land Investments in Southeast Asia: A Preliminary Overview of Trends. (17):i-iv,1-21.
Woods K.  2015.  Commercial Agriculture Expansion in Myanmar: Links to Deforestation, Conversion Timber, and Land Conflicts. Forest Trend Report Series. (i-xv, 1-58)
Laovakul D.  2015.  Concentration of land and other wealth in Thailand. Unequal Thailand : aspects of income, wealth, and power. :32-42.
Mellac M, Castellanet C.  2015.  Convergence under pressure: Different routes to private ownership through land reforms in four Mekong countries (Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam). :1-43.
Global_Witness _.  2015.  The Cost of Luxury: Cambodia’s illegal trade in precious wood with China. (February):1-32.
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.
Ahrends A, Hollingsworth PM, Ziegler AD, Fox JM, Chen H, Su Y, Xu J.  2015.  Current trends of rubber plantation expansion may threaten biodiversity and livelihoods. Global Environmental Change. 34:48-58.

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