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Schoenberger L, Hall D, Vandergeest P.  2017.  What happened when the land grab came to Southeast Asia? Journal of Peasant Studies. 44(4):697-725.
Vuola M, Korkeakoski M, Vähäkari N, Dwyer MB, Hogarth NJ, Kaivo-oja J, Luukkanen J, Chea E, Thuon T, Phonhalath K.  2020.  What is a Green Economy? Review of National-Level Green Economy Policies in Cambodia and Lao PDR Sustainability. 12(16):1-20.
Tong K, Hem S, Santos P.  2011.  What Limits Agricultural Intensification in Cambodia? The Role of Emigration, Agricultural Extension Services and Credit Constraints (56):i-vii,1-24.
Schneider A.  2011.  What shall we do without our land? Land Grabs and Resistance in Rural Cambodia International Conference on Global Land Grabbing. (6-8 April):1-35.
Williams S.  1999.  Where Has All the Land Gone? Land Rights and Access in Cambodia - Volume 1: Review of Land Issues Literature and Property Law :153.
Kato E.  1999.  Where Has All the Land Gone? Land Rights and Access in Cambodia - Volume 2: Case Studies :1-109.
Leemann E.  2021.  Who is the community? Governing territory through the making of ‘indigenous communities’ in Cambodia Geoforum. 119:238-250.
Lundsgaard-Hansen LM, Schneider F, Zaehringer JG, Oberlack C, Win_Myint _, Messerli P.  2018.  Whose agency counts in land use decision-making in Myanmar? A comparative analysis of three cases in Tanintharyi Region Sustainability (Switzerland). 10(10):1-30.
Ho P, Spoor M.  2006.  Whose land? The political economy of land titling in transitional economies Land Use Policy. 23(4):580-587.
Guttal S.  2011.  Whose Lands? Whose Resources? Development. 54(1):91-97.
Shigetomi S.  2021.  Why Did They Rise Up? The Local Reality of the Farmers’ Movement in 1970s Thailand Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia. 36(1):68-97.
Sikor T, Nguyen TQuang.  2007.  Why May Forest Devolution Not Benefit the Rural Poor? Forest Entitlements in Vietnam's Central Highlands World Development. 35(11):2010-2025.
Somphongbouthakanh P, Schenk-Sandbergen L.  2020.  Women and Land Rights in Lao PDR: Rural Transformation and a Dream of Secure Land Tenure. :i-iii,1-47.
Stoeber S, Sisomphone E, Han C.  2013.  Women, Food and Land: Understanding the impact of gender on nutrition, food security and community resilience in Lao PDR. :i-xii,1-64.
Hennings A.  2019.  Women in Land Struggles: The Implications of Female Activism and Emotional Resistance for Gender Equity. :i-iv,1-17.
Knapman C.  2020.  Women, Law and Empowerment: Exploring how legal and policy change in Myanmar have impacted rural women's empowerment and livelihoods in Kachin. :1-25.
Rao N.  2011.  Women’s Access to Land: An Asian Perspective. :1-20.
Mann E, Luangkhot N.  2008.  Women’s Land and Property Rights under Customary or Traditional Tenure Systems in Five Ethnic Groups in Lao PDR. (Land Policy Study No. 13 under LLTP II):1-87.
FAO _.  2019.  Women’s land rights and agrarian change: evidence from indigenous communities in Cambodia. :i-x,1-48.
Hoàng_Cầm _, Lê_Thanh_Sang _, Nguyễn_Thị_Phương_Châm _, Ngô_Thị_Phương_Lan _, Nhung_Tuyet_Tran _, Vũ_Thành_Long _.  2013.  The Women's Access To Land in Contemporary Vietnam. :i-v,1-96.
Akter S, Rutsaert P, Luis J, Nyo_Me_Htwe _, Su_Su_San _, Raharjo B, Pustika A.  2017.  Women's empowerment and gender equity in agriculture: A different perspective from Southeast Asia. Food Policy. 69:270-279.
Meinzen-dick R, Doss C, Flintan F, Knight R, Larson AM, Monterroso I.  2021.  Women's Tenure Security on Collective Lands: A Conceptual Framework. :i-v,1-45.
Joshi S.  2020.  Working wives: gender, labour and land commercialization in Ratanakiri, Cambodia. Globalizations. 17(1):1-15.
Oakland_Institute _.  2014.  The World Bank’s Bad Business in Lao PDR. (Ldc):2013-2015.