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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.
Yun M.  2015.  Access to remedy for indigenous peoples affected by corporate activities in Cambodia. Business and Human Rights: Indigenous Peoples' Experiences with Access to Remedy. :187-210.
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.
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.
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)
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.
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.
Goetz A.  2015.  Different Regions, Different Reasons? Comparing Chinese land-consuming outward investments in Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (37):i-iii,1-20.
Nguyen_Le_Phuong _, Nguyen_Mau_Dung _.  2015.  FDI Flows and Local Livelihoods in Northern Vietnam-A Case Study in Van Duong Commune of Bac Ninh Province. Asian Journal of Research in Business Economics and Management. 5(11):22-37.
Dwyer MB.  2015.  The Formalization Fix? Land titling, state land concessions, and the politics of spatial transparency in contemporary Cambodia The Journal of Peasant Studies. :1-26.
Diepart J-C.  2015.  The fragmentation of land tenure systems in Cambodia: peasants and the formalization of land rights. :1-36.
Vongpraseuth T, Gyu C.  2015.  Globalization, foreign direct investment, and urban growth management: Policies and conflicts in Vientiane, Laos. Land Use Policy. 42:790-799.
Global_Witness _.  2015.  Guns, Cronies, and Crops: How Military, Political and Business Cronies Conspired to Grab Land in Myanmar. :1-54.
Work C.  2015.  Intersections of Climate Change Mitigation Policies, Land Grabbing and Conflict in a Fragile State: Insights from Cambodia. :1-34.
Woods K.  2015.  Intersections of land grabs and climate change mitigation strategies in Myanmar as a (post-) war state of conflict. :1-38.
Schönweger O, Messerli P.  2015.  Land Acquisition, Investment, and Development in the Lao Coffee Sector: Successes and Failures. Critical Asian Studies. 47(1):94-122.
Gironde C, Peeters A.  2015.  Land Acquisitions in Northeastern Cambodia: Space and Time matters. Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (24):i-iii,1-29.
Portilla GSentíes.  2015.  Land concessions and rural youth in southern Laos. Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (9):i-iii,1-26.

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