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Tong K, Sry B.  2011.  Poverty and Environment Links: The Case of Rural Cambodia. (November):i-ix,1-30.
Engvall A, Kokko A.  2007.  Poverty and Land Policy in Cambodia. (June):1-29.
Nanhthavong V, Epprecht M, Hett C, Zaehringer JG, Messerli P.  2020.  Poverty trends in villages affected by land-based investments in rural Laos. Applied Geography. 124(October 2019):102298.
The_Rights_And_Resources_Initiative _.  2017.  Power and Potential: A Comparative Analysis of National Laws and Regulations Concerning Women's Rights to Community Forests. :i-ii,1-96.
Hall D, Hirsch P, Li T.  2011.  Powers of Exclusion: Land Dilemmas in Southeast Asia. :320.
Transnational_Institute(TNI).  2014.  Pro-business or Pro-Poor? Making Sense of the Recently Unveiled Draft National Land Use Policy (October):1-24.
Benjamin D, Brandt L, McCaig B, Nguyen_Le_Hoa _.  2018.  Program participation in a targeted land distribution program and household outcomes: evidence from Vietnam. Review of Economics of the Household. 16:41-74.
Bickel M.  2011.  Pro-poor land distribution in Cambodia. Rural 21 - International Platform. 45(May):33-35.
Rights_And_Resources_Initiative(RRI).  2015.  Protected Areas and the Land Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities: Current Issues and Future Agenda. :i-vi,1-50.
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Sikor T, Tan NQuang.  2011.  Realizing Forest Rights in Vietnam: Addressing Issues in Community Forest Management. Realizing Forest Rights in Vietnam: Addressing Issues in Community Forest Management. :i-vi,1-59.
Ironside J.  2017.  The Recognition of Customary Tenure in Lao PDR. (October):i-vi,1-58.
Andersen KEwers.  2016.  The Recognition of Customary Tenure in Myanmar. :i-v1,1-33.
Biddulph R.  2012.  REDD and Poverty in Cambodia. :i-iv,1-38.
Pagdee A, Morgan M.  2021.  Reimaging the value of degraded ecosystems: From trash to treasure. Trees, Forests and People. 6:1-8.
Faxon H, Furlong R, Phyu MSabe.  2015.  Reinvigorating resilience: violence against women, land rights, and the women's peace movement in Myanmar. Gender and Development. 23(3):463-479.
Supreme_National_Economic_Council _.  2007.  The Report of Land and Human Development in Cambodia. :32.
Subedi SP.  2012.  Report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Cambodia ADDENDUM: A human rights analysis of economic and other land concessions in Cambodia. (A/HRC/21/63/Add.1/Rev.1 (October)):1-130.
Watson I.  2019.  The Resilience Agenda in Neoliberalising Cambodia. New Political Economy. 24(4):441-456.
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.
Liversage H..  2011.  Responding to ‘land grabbing’ and promoting responsible investment in agriculture. IFAD Occasional Paper 2. :1-16.
Vicol M, Pritchard B, Yu_Yu_Htay _.  2018.  Rethinking the role of agriculture as a driver of social and economic transformation in Southeast Asia's upland regions: The view from Chin State, Myanmar. Land Use Policy. 72:451-460.
Hoa_Thi_Mong_Pham _, Anderson J, Huong_Thi_Lan_Tran _, Jaffe S, Dzung_The_Nguyen _.  2012.  Revising the Land Law to Enable Sustainable Development in Viet Nam: Summary of Priority Policy Recommendations Drawn from World Bank Studies. :i-viii,1-16.
Equitable_Cambodia(EC), Cambodian_League_for_the_Promotion_and_Defense_of_Human_Rights(LICADHO).  2021.  Right to Relief: Indebted land communities speak out. :i-iv,1-38.
Amnesty_International _.  2008.  Rights Razed: Forced evictions in Cambodia. (February):1-64.

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