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Miller F, Dun O.  2019.  Resettlement and the environment in Vietnam: Implications for climate change adaptation planning. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 60(2):132-147.
Watson I.  2019.  The Resilience Agenda in Neoliberalising Cambodia. New Political Economy. 24(4):441-456.
The_Interlaken_Group _, Rights_And_Resources_Initiative(RRI).  2019.  Respecting Land and Forest Rights: A Guide for Companies. :i-x,1-50.
Phuc_To _, Dressler W.  2019.  Rethinking 'Success’: The politics of payment for forest ecosystem services in Vietnam. Land Use Policy. 81:582-593.
Van_der_Meer_Simo A, Kanowski P, Barney K.  2019.  Revealing environmental income in rural livelihoods: evidence from four villages in Lao PDR. Forests Trees and Livelihoods. 28(1):16-33.
Leblond J-P.  2019.  Revisiting forest transition explanations: The role of “push” factors and adaptation strategies in forest expansion in northern Phetchabun, Thailand. Land Use Policy. 83:195-214.
Frame M.  2019.  The Role of the Semi-Periphery in Ecologically Unequal Exchange: A Case Study of Land Investments in Cambodia. Ecologically Unequal Exchange: Environmental Injustice in Comparative and Historical Perspective. :75-106.
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.
Mahanty S.  2019.  Shadow Economies and the State: A Comparison of Cassava and Timber Networks on the Cambodia-Vietnam Frontier. Journal of Contemporary Asia. 49(2):193-215.
Ayuttacorn A.  2019.  Social networks and the resilient livelihood strategies of Dara-ang women in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Geoforum. 101:28-37.
Brugman J.  2019.  Social, Political, and Economic Considerations for Securing the Land and Well-Being of the Urban Poor and Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. :i-iv,1-27.
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.
Lamb V, Marschke M, Rigg J.  2019.  Trading Sand, Undermining Lives: Omitted Livelihoods in the Global Trade in Sand. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 109(5):1511-1528.
Hepp CM, Bruun TBech, de Neergaard A.  2019.  Transitioning towards commercial upland agriculture: A comparative study in Northern Lao PDR. NJAS - Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences. 88:57-65.
Kong R, Diepart J-C, Castella J-C, Lestrelin G, Tivet F, Belmain E, Bégué A.  2019.  Understanding the drivers of deforestation and agricultural transformations in the Northwestern uplands of Cambodia. Applied Geography. 102:84-98.
Hennings A.  2019.  Women in Land Struggles: The Implications of Female Activism and Emotional Resistance for Gender Equity. :i-iv,1-17.
FAO _.  2019.  Women’s land rights and agrarian change: evidence from indigenous communities in Cambodia. :i-x,1-48.