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Lamb V, Middleton C, Leonard R, Nga_Dao _.  2015.  Access to productive agricultural land by the landless, land poor and smallholder farmers in four Lower Mekong River Basin countries. :1-94.
Muller F-V.  2012.  Commune-Based Land Allocation for Poverty Reduction in Cambodia. :1-23.
Mellac M.  2011.  Land Reform and Changing Identities in Two Tai-Speaking Districts in Northern Vietnam. Moving Mountains: Ethnicity and Livelihoods in Highland China, Vietnam and Laos. (Article 14):146-172.
Mellac M.  2011.  Land Reform and Changing Identities in Two Tai-Speaking Districts in Northern Vietnam. Moving Mountains: Ethnicity and Livelihoods in Highland China, Vietnam and Laos. (Article 14):146-172.
Feurer M, Heinimann A, Schneider F, Jurt C, Myint_Win _, Zaehringer JGwendolin.  2019.  Local Perspectives on Ecosystem Service Trade-Offs in a Forest Frontier Landscape in Myanmar. Land. 8(3):1-19.
Meyfroidt P, Vu_Tan_Phuong _, Hoang_Viet_Anh _.  2013.  Trajectories of deforestation, coffee expansion and displacement of shifting cultivation in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Global Environmental Change. 23(5):1187-1198.
Milne S.  2013.  Under the leopard's skin: Land commodification and the dilemmas of Indigenous communal title in upland Cambodia. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 54(3):323-339.
Kenney-Lazar M, Mark SSue.  2021.  Variegated transitions: Emerging forms of land and resource capitalism in Laos and Myanmar. Environment and Planning A. 53(2):1-19.
Mi_Young_Park C, Maffii M.  2017.  ‘We are not afraid to die’: gender dynamics of agrarian change in Ratanakiri province, Cambodia. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(6):1235-1254.
Mi_Young_Park C, Maffii M.  2017.  ‘We are not afraid to die’: gender dynamics of agrarian change in Ratanakiri province, Cambodia. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(6):1235-1254.
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Mao M, Tongdeelert P, Chumjai P.  2008.  The adoption of the system of rice intensification (SRI) in Tram Kak District, Takeo Province, Cambodia: The case study of leading farmers. Kasetsart Journal - Social Sciences. 29:303-316.
Loughlin N, Milne S.  2021.  After the Grab? Land Control and Regime Survival in Cambodia since 2012 Journal of Contemporary Asia. 51(3):375-397.
Hirsch P.  2017.  Afterword: Land Transformations and Exclusion across Regions. Kastom, Property and Ideology: Land Transformations in Melanesia. :405-419.
Mund J-P.  2011.  The Agricultural Sector in Cambodia: Trends, Processes and Disparities. Pacific News. (January/February):5.
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.
Cramb R, Manivong V, Newby JC, Sothorn K, Sibat PS.  2017.  Alternatives to land grabbing: exploring conditions for smallholder inclusion in agricultural commodity chains in Southeast Asia. The Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(4):939-967.
Mahanty S, Milne S.  2016.  Anatomy of a boom: Cassava as a ‘gateway’ crop in Cambodia’s north eastern borderland. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 57(2):180-193.
Mahanty S, Milne S.  2016.  Anatomy of a boom: Cassava as a ‘gateway’ crop in Cambodia’s north eastern borderland. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 57(2):180-193.
Magliocca NR, Quy_Van_Khuc _, Ellicott EA, de Bremond A.  2019.  Archetypical pathways of direct and indirect land-use change caused by Cambodia’s economic land concessions. Ecology and Society. 24(2)
Mark SS.  2016.  Are the Odds of Justice “Stacked” Against Them? Challenges and Opportunities for Securing Land Claims by Smallholder Farmers in Myanmar Critical Asian Studies. 48(3):443-460.
Missingham BD.  2003.  The Assembly of the Poor in Thailand: From Local Struggles to National Protest Movement. :i-viii,1-237.
Gritten D, Lewis SRose, Breukink G, Mo K, Dang_Thi_Thu_Thuy _, Delattre E.  2019.  Assessing forest governance in the countries of the Greater Mekong Subregion. Forests. 10(1):1-16.
Mekong_Region_Land_Governance _(MRLG), Land_Information_Working_Group _(LIWG).  2021.  Assessment of the new Land Law and Forestry Law in Lao People's Democratic Republic: Focusing on Customary Rights. (April):1-56.
Verburg PH, Alexander P, Evans T, Magliocca NR, Malek Z, DA Rounsevell M, van Vliet J.  2019.  Beyond land cover change: towards a new generation of land use models. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 38:77-85.
Verburg PH, Alexander P, Evans T, Magliocca NR, Malek Z, DA Rounsevell M, van Vliet J.  2019.  Beyond land cover change: towards a new generation of land use models. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 38:77-85.

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