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2015
McAllister KE.  2015.  Rubber, rights and resistance: the evolution of local struggles against a Chinese rubber concession in Northern Laos. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 42(3-4):817-837.
Jiao X, Smith-Hall C, Theilade I.  2015.  Rural household incomes and land grabbing in Cambodia. Land Use Policy. 48:317-328.
Asia_Indigenous_Peoples_Pact(AIPP), Food_and_Agriculture_Organization_of_the_United_Nations(FAO), International_Work_Group_for_Indigenous_Affairs(IWGIA).  2015.  Shifting cultivation, livelihood and food security. Edited by Christian Erni. :i-xiv,1-415.
Andersen KEwers.  2015.  Study of Upland Customary Communal Tenure in Chin and Shan States: Outline of a Pilot Approach towards Cadastral Registration of Customary Communal Land Tenure in Myanmar. :i-iii,1-142.
Travers H, Winney K, Clements T, Evans T, Milner-Gulland E.J.  2015.  A tale of two villages: An investigation of conservation-driven land tenure reform in a Cambodian Protection Forest. Land Use Policy. 43:186-196.
Messerli P, Bader C, Hett C, Epprecht M, Heinimann A.  2015.  Towards a Spatial Understanding of Trade-Offs in Sustainable Development: A Meso-Scale Analysis of the Nexus between Land Use, Poverty, and Environment in the Lao PDR. PLoS ONE. 10(7):1-18.
Swift P.  2015.  Transnationalization of Resistance to Economic Land Concessions in Cambodia. Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (10):i-iii,1-21.
Dwyer MB.  2015.  Trying to follow the money: Possibilities and limits of investor transparency in Southeast Asia's rush for "available" land. :i-viii,1-60.
Dhiaulhaq A, De Bruyn T, Gritten D.  2015.  The use and effectiveness of mediation in forest and land conflict transformation in Southeast Asia: Case studies from Cambodia, Indonesia and Thailand. Environmental Science and Policy. 45:132-145.
2014
Land_Rights_Network(LN).  2014.  Advocating Forestland Use Rights in Vietnam: Documenting the work of The Forest Peoples Land Rights Network (LandNet). :1-12.
Woods K.  2014.  Agribusiness and land grabs in Myanmar. Mekong Commons. :1.
Byerlee D, Kyaw D, San Thein U, L Kham S.  2014.  Agribusiness Models for Inclusive Growth in Myanmar: Diagnosis and Ways Forward. :i-xvii,1-66.
Polack E, Cotula L, Blackmore E, Guttal S.  2014.  Agricultural Investments in Southeast Asia: Legal tools for public accountability. :i-iv,1-25.
Nguyen_Quang_Phuc _, Van Westen A.C.M., Zoomers A.  2014.  Agricultural land for urban development: The process of land conversion in Central Vietnam. Habitat International. 41:1-7.
Affeld N.  2014.  Building up Land Concession Inventories: The Case of Lao PDR. :1-30.
Cambodia_Development_Resource_Institute(CDRI).  2014.  Cambodia Development Review - Complete issue March 2014. Cambodia Development Review. 18(1):1-24.
Development_Research_Forum(DRF).  2014.  Cambodia’s Agricultural Land Resources: Status and Challenges. :1-4.
Biddulph R.  2014.  Cambodia’s land management and administration project. (086):1-14.
Curran SR, Meijer-Irons J.  2014.  Climate Variability, Land Ownership and Migration: Evidence From Thailand About Gender Impacts. Washington Journal of Environment Law & Policy. 4(1):37-74.
Baird IG.  2014.  Degraded forest, degraded land and the development of industrial tree plantations in Laos. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 35(3):328-344.
United_Nations_Economic_and_Social_Commission_for_Asia_and_the_Pacific _, Asia-Pacific_Research_and_Training_Network_on_Trade _.  2014.  Exploring the Trade Patterns and Developmental Implications of Land Concessions: The Case of Cambodia, Lao People's Democratic Republic and Thailand. :1-184.
Byerlee D.  2014.  The Fall and Rise Again of Plantations in Tropical Asia: History Repeated? Land. 3(3):574-597.
Gorman T.  2014.  Fluid dynamics: Water, knowledge, and power in the Mekong Delta. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 45(03):419-426.
Cotula L.  2014.  Foreign investment, law and sustainable development: A handbook on agriculture and extractive industries. :i-x,1-160.
Gittleman A, Brown W.  2014.  A Foreseeable Disaster in Burma: Forced Displacement in the Thilawa Special Economic Zone. (November):1-26.

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