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Hett C, Nanhthavong V, Saphangthong T, Robles GRodriguez, Phouangphet K, Speller W, Messerli P, Epprecht M, Heinimann A.  2015.  Land deals in Laos: First insights from a new nationwide initiative to assess the quality of investments in land. Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (18):i-iii,1-26.
McMichael P.  2015.  The Land Question in the Food Sovereignty Project. Globalizations. 12(4):434-451.
Hunsberger C, Corbera E, Borras_Jr. SM, de la Rosa R, Eang V, Franco JC, Herre R, Kham SSam, Park C, Pred D et al..  2015.  Land-based climate change mitigation, land grabbing and conflict: understanding intersections and linkages, exploring actions for change. (1):1-26.
Srinivas S, Hlaing U_S.  2015.  Myanmar: Land Tenure Issues and the Impact on Rural Development. (May):i-xvii,1-112.
Castellanet C, Diepart J‐C.  2015.  The neoliberal agricultural modernization model: A fundamental cause for large‐scale land acquisition and counter land reform policies in the Mekong region. Land grabbing, conflict and agrarian‐environmental transformations: perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (55):i-iii,1-12.
Xuan P, Mahanty S, Dressler WH.  2015.  'A new landlord'? Community, land conflict and State Forest Companies (SFCs) in Vietnam Forest Policy and Economics. 58:21-28.
Scurrah N, Hirsch P.  2015.  The political economy of land governance in Cambodia. :32. (504.4 KB)
Hirsch P, Scurrah N.  2015.  The political economy of land governance in Lao PDR. (November):23. (497.76 KB)
Scurrah N, Hirsch P, Woods K.  2015.  The political economy of land governance in Myanmar. :32. (568.45 KB)
Hirsch P, Scurrah N.  2015.  The political economy of land governance in the Mekong Region. :52. (703.1 KB)
Hall R, Edelman M, Borras_Jr. SM, Scoones I, White B, Wolford W.  2015.  Resistance, acquiescence or incorporation? An introduction to land grabbing and political reactions ‘from below’ The Journal of Peasant Studies. 42(3-4):467-488.
Touch S, Neef A.  2015.  Resistance to Land Grabbing and Displacement in Rural Cambodia. Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (16)
Suhardiman D, Giordano M, Keovilignavong O, Sotoukee T.  2015.  Revealing the hidden effects of land grabbing through better understanding of farmers’ strategies in dealing with land loss. Land Use Policy. 49:195-202.
Dao N.  2015.  Rubber plantations in the Northwest: rethinking the concept of land grabs in Vietnam. Journal of Peasant Studies. 42(2):347-369.
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.
GRAIN _.  2015.  Socially Responsible Farmland Investment: a growing trap. :1-13.
Walsh J.  2015.  The Special Economic Zones of the Greater Mekong Subregion: Land Ownership and Social Transformation. Land grabbing, conflict and agrarian‐environmental transformations: perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (19):1-13.
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.

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