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Davis KFrankel, Yu K, Rulli MCristina, Pichdara L, D'Odorico P.  2015.  Accelerated deforestation driven by large-scale land acquisitions in Cambodia. Nature Geoscience. 8:772-775.
Davis KFrankel, Yu K, Rulli MCristina, Pichdara L, D'Odorico P.  2015.  Accelerated deforestation driven by large-scale land acquisitions in Cambodia. Nature Geoscience. 8:772-775.
Yun M.  2015.  Access to remedy for indigenous peoples affected by corporate activities in Cambodia. Business and Human Rights: Indigenous Peoples' Experiences with Access to Remedy. :187-210.
Colchester M, Chao S, Dallinger J, Toh SMei, Kiev C, Saptaningrum I, Ramirez M_A, Pulhin J.  2013.  Agribusiness Large-Scale Land Acquisitions and Human Rights in Southeast Asia. (August):1-156.
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)
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.
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.
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.
Displacement_Solutions _.  2013.  Bridging the HLP Gap: The Need to Effectively Address Housing, Land and Property Rights During Peace Negotiations and in the Context of Refugee/IDP Return - Preliminary Recommendations to the Government of Myanmar, Ethnic Actors and the International Comm. :1-50.
Dwyer MB.  2013.  Building the Politics Machine: Tools for ‘Resolving’ the Global Land Grab. Development and Change. 44(2):309-333.
Development_Research_Forum(DRF).  2014.  Cambodia’s Agricultural Land Resources: Status and Challenges. :1-4.
Yu B, Diao X.  2011.  Cambodia’s Agricultural Strategy: Future Development Options for the Rice Sector - A Policy Discussion Paper. Food Policy. :i-v,1-26.
Thomas TS, Ponlok T, Bansok R, De Lopez T, Chiang C, Phirun N, Chhun C.  2012.  Cambodian Agriculture: Adaptation to Climate Change Impact. (December):1-152.
Diepart J‐C, Sem T.  2018.  The Cambodian peasantry and the formalisation of land rights: Historical overview and current issues. :i-v,1-92.
Diepart J-C.  2010.  Cambodian peasant's contribution to rural development: a perspective from Kampong Thom Province. Biotechnology, Agronomy, Society and Environment (BASE). 14(2):321-340.
Hunsberger C, Corbera E, Borras SM, Franco JC, Woods K, Work C, de la Rosa R, Eang V, Herre R, Kham SSam et al..  2017.  Climate change mitigation, land grabbing and conflict: towards a landscape-based and collaborative action research agenda. Canadian Journal of Development Studies. 38(3):305-324.
Thongmanivong S, Phengsopha K, Chantavong H, Dwyer M, Oberndorf R.  2009.  Concession or cooperation? Impacts of recent rubber investment on land tenure and livelihoods: A case study from Oudomxai Province, Lao PDR :1-57.
Diepart JChristophe, Schoenberger L.  2017.  Concessions in Cambodia: Governing profits, extending state power and enclosing resources from the colonial era to the present. The Handbook of Contemporary Cambodia. :157-168.

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