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2017
Hirsch P.  2017.  Afterword: Land Transformations and Exclusion across Regions. Kastom, Property and Ideology: Land Transformations in Melanesia. :405-419.
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.
Kane S, Hackman R, Gritten D, Luangphay T, Phouangmala B.  2017.  Analyzing the enabling environment for transforming forest landscape conflicts: the example of Lao PDR. Land and Poverty Conference 2017: Responsible Land Governance—Towards an Evidence-Based Approach. (March):1-27.
2015
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.
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.
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.
Thi_Thanh_Hiên_Pham _, Turner S, Trincsi K.  2015.  Applying a Systematic Review to Land Use Land Cover Change in Northern Upland Vietnam: The Missing Case of the Borderlands. Geographical Research. 53(4):419-435.
Sims K.  2015.  The Asian Development Bank and the production of poverty: Neoliberalism, technocratic modernization and land dispossession in the Greater Mekong Subregion. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 36:112-126.
Kenney-Lazar M.  2015.  Authoritarian resource governance and emerging peasant resistance in the context of Sino-Vietnamese Tree Plantations, Southeastern Laos. Land Grabbing, Conflict and Agrarian-Environmental Transformations: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia. (2):i-iv,1-21.

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