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Wester L, Yongvanit S.  2005.  Farmers, foresters and forest temples: conservation in the Dong Mun uplands, Northeast Thailand. Geoforum. 36(6):735-749.
White B, Borras_Jr. SM, Hall R, Scoones I, Wolford W.  2012.  The new enclosures: Critical perspectives on corporate land deals. Journal of Peasant Studies. 39(3-4):619-647.
Williams R.  2013.  Title through Possession or Title through Position? Respect for Housing, Land and Property Rights in Cambodia Land and Post‐Conflict Peacebuilding. :411-436.
Williams S.  1999.  Where Has All the Land Gone? Land Rights and Access in Cambodia - Volume 1: Review of Land Issues Literature and Property Law :153.
Wily LAlden.  2018.  Collective land ownership in the 21st century: Overview of global trends. Land. 7(2):1-26.
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.
Woods K.  2013.  Agribusiness Investments in Myanmar: Opportunities and Challenges for Poverty Reduction. :1-115.
Woods KM, Naimark J.  2020.  Conservation as counterinsurgency: A case of ceasefire in a rebel forest in southeast Myanmar. Political Geography. 83:1-11.
Woods K.  2015.  Intersections of land grabs and climate change mitigation strategies in Myanmar as a (post-) war state of conflict. :1-38.
Woods K.  2012.  The Political Ecology of Rubber Production in Myanmar: An Overview. :1-34.
Woods K, Canby K.  2011.  Overview of Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade: Baseline Study 4 - Myanmar. (August):1-56.
Woods KM.  2020.  Smaller-scale land grabs and accumulation from below: Violence, coercion and consent in spatially uneven agrarian change in Shan State, Myanmar. World Development. 127:1-16.
Woods KM.  2018.  The Conflict Resource Economy and Pathways to Peace in Burma. (144):i-ii,1-34.
Woods K.  2010.  Community Forestry in Cease-Fire Zones in Kachin State, Northern Burma: Formalizing Collective Property in Contested Ethnic Areas. CAPRi Workshop on Collective Action, Property Rights, and Conflict in Natural Resources Management. :1-20.
Woods K.  2015.  Commercial Agriculture Expansion in Myanmar: Links to Deforestation, Conversion Timber, and Land Conflicts. Forest Trend Report Series. (i-xv, 1-58)
Woods K.  2014.  Agribusiness and land grabs in Myanmar. Mekong Commons. :1.
Woods K.  2013.  Timber Trade Flows and Actors in Myanmar: The Political Economy of Myanmar’s Timber Trade. :i-ii,1-18.
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.
Woods K.  2011.  Ceasefire capitalism: military–private partnerships, resource concessions and military–state building in the Burma–China borderlands. Journal of Peasant Studies. 38(October):747-770.
Woods K, Treanor NBasik, Dwyer M.  2020.  "Conflict Rubber" and Land Rights in Southeastern Myanmar. :1-13.
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.
Work C.  2015.  Intersections of Climate Change Mitigation Policies, Land Grabbing and Conflict in a Fragile State: Insights from Cambodia. :1-34.
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.
Work C, Thuon R.  2017.  Inside and outside the maps: mutual accommodation and forest destruction in Cambodia. Canadian Journal of Development Studies. 38(3):360-377.
World_Bank _.  2011.  Compulsory Land Acquisition and Voluntary Land Conversion in Vietnam. :i-xxi,1-223.

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