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Engaging Simplifications: Community-Based Resource Management, Market Processes and State Agendas in Upland Southeast Asia

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  • Li, Tania Murray, 2002. "Engaging Simplifications: Community-Based Resource Management, Market Processes and State Agendas in Upland Southeast Asia," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 30(2), pages 265-283, February.
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