Other publications

Below is a list of publications by academics nd postgraduate students. AMRC alumni publications only include those done while students were at AMRC.

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

2011

  • Hirsch, P. 2011. 'China and the Cascading Geopolitics of Lower Mekong Dams'. The Asia-Pacific Journal, 9, 20(2).
  • Chann, S., Wales, N., Griffiths, K. 2011. Investigating Land Cover Change in Cambodia. Cambodia Development Resource Institute Policy Brief, 2011 (3). Full text available here, in English and Khmer.
  • Wokker, C., Santos, P., Ros, B., Griffiths, K. 2011. The Value of Irrigation to Productivity in Cambodian Rice Systems. Cambodia Development Resource Institute Policy Brief, 2011 (4). Full text available here, in English and Khmer.
  • Fisher, R.J. 2011. "Thailand's forest regulatory framework in relation to the rights and livelihoods of forest dependent people", Chapter 4 in Henry Schevens (ed) Critical review of slected forest-related regulatory intitiatives: Applying a rights perspective. Institute for Global Environment Strategies (IGES): Hayama (Japan). pp 69-81.
  • Hall, D., Hirsch, P., Li, T.M. (2011) Powers of exclusion: Land dilemmas in Southeast Asia. NUS Press: Singapore

2010

  • Johns, F., Saul, B., Hirsch, P., Stephens, T., Boer, B. (2010) "Law and the Mekong river basin: A socio-legal research agenda on the role of hard and soft law in regulating transboundary water resources". Melbourne Journal of International Law. Vol 11(1), pp. 155-174.
  • Fisher, R.J. and Rattnasorn, T. 2010 "Doing it differently in a Thai protected area" . Asian Currents. No 63, February 2010.
  • Hirsch, P. and Tapp, N. (eds). 2010. Tracks and Traces: Thailand and the work of Andrew Turton, Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam.
  • Smits, M.and Bush, S. 2010. "A light left in the dark: The practice and politics of pico-hydropower in the Lao PDR." Energy Policy. 38(1):116-127
  • Robinson, D. 2010. Confronting biopirarcy: Challenges, cases and international debates, Earthscan, London
  • Fujita, Y. 2010. Land and Forest Allocation experience in Lao People's Democratic Republic: instituionalising or decentrliasing the commons? The Politics of Decentralization: Natural Resource Management in Asia. P. Vandergeest and C. Wittayapak. Chiang Mai, Mekong Press: 93-116
  • Fisher, R.J. 2010. Devolution or persistence of state control? Nepal, India, Thailand. In Wittayapak, C. and Vandergeest, P. The politics of decentralization: Natural resource management in Asia, Mekong Press: Chiang Mai.
  • Molle, F., Wester, P. and Hirsch, P. 2010. River basin closure: Processes, implication and responses. Agricultural Water Management. 97. pp 569-577

2009

  • Phraxayavong, V. 2009. History of Aid to Laos Mekong Press, Chiang Mai
  • Lee, G. and Scurrah, N. 2009. Power and Responsibility: The Mekong River Commission and Lower Mekong mainstream dams. A report jointly published by the Australian Mekong Resource Centre and Oxfam Australia, October 2009.
  • Aiah Lebbie, Robert Fisher, Francis Odoom, Wollor Topor, Joe Flomo and Garvoie Kardoh. 2009. Understanding Diversity: A Study of Livelihoods and Forest Landscapes in Liberia, prepared for the Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy, IUCN The International Union for Conservation of Nature, Monrovia, September 2009.
  • Ravi Prabhu, Carol Colfer, Chimere Diaw, Cynthia McDougall and Robert Fisher. 2009. “Action Research with Local Forest Users and Managers: Lessons from CIFOR’s Research on Adaptive Collaborative Management.” In Ian Scoones and John Thompson (eds) Farmer First Revisited: Innovation for Agricultural Research and Development. Bourton on Dunsmore, Practical Action Publishing, pp 66-70.
  • Käkönen, M. and Hirsch, P. 2009. The Anti-Politics of Mekong Knowledge Production. In François Molle, Tira Foran and Mira Käkönen (eds.), Contested Waterscapes in the Mekong Region: Hydropower, Livelihoods and Governance, Earthscan Publications Ltd., Chiang Mai University.
  • Hirsch, P. 2009. Revisiting frontiers as transitional spaces in Thailand. The Geographical Journal, June 2009.
  • Fold, N. and Hirsch, P. 2009. Re-thinking frontiers in Southeast Asia (Editorial). The Geographical Journal, June 2009.

2008

  • Fisher, R. 2008. Anthropologists and Social Impact Assessment: Negotiating the Ethical Minefield. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 9(3):231-242
  • Fisher, R. and Hirsch, P. 2008. Poverty and Agrarian-Forest Interactions in Thailand. Geographical Research 46(1):74-87
  • Fisher, R. Cor Veer and Sango Mahanty (eds) 2008 Proceedings of International Conference on Poverty Reduction and Forests: Tenure, Market and Policy Reforms, 3-7 September 2007, Bangkok Thailand. Regional Community Forestry Training Center for Asia and the Pacific (RECOFTC), Bangkok. CD-Rom/ booklet.
  • Kaewmahanin, J., Sukwong, S. and R.J. Fisher. 2005. Pred Nai Community Forest, Trad Province, Thailand, case study one. In: Poverty and Conservation: Landscapes people and power. Fisher R.J. Maginnis S., Jackson W.J., Barrow, E. and Jeaanrenaud, S. (eds.), Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK.
  • Leksakundilok, A. and P. Hirsch. 2008. Community-based ecotourism in Thailand. In John Connell and Barbara Rugendyke (eds.), Tourism at the grassroots: villagers and visitors in the Asia-Pacific, London, Routledge, pp. 214-235.

2007

  • Fisher, R.J., Prabhu, R., McDougall, C. (eds) 2007. Adaptive collaborative management of community forests in Asia: experiences from Nepal, Indonesia and the Philippines, CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.
  • Hirsch, P. 2007. Civil society and interdependencies: towards a regional political ecology of Mekong development, in John Connell and Eric Waddell, eds, Environment, development and change in rural Asia-Pacific, London, Routledge, 226-246.
  • Hirsch, P. 2007. Advocacy, civil society and the state in the Mekong Region, in Barbara Rugendyke, ed, NGOs as advocates for development in a globalizing world, London and New York, Routledge 185-199.
  • Hirsch, P. 2007. The changing agriculture/forest land interface in Thailand: policy challenges, Journal of Forest Policy, 10(2).
  • Jaruwan Kaewmahanin, R. J. Fisher, 2007. Forest Governance in Thailand, in Scheyves, H., Hyakumura, K., Seki, Y. (eds), Decentralisation and State-Sponsored Community Forestry in Asia: Seven country studies of transitions in forest governance, contemporary forest management and the prospects for communities to contribute to and benefit from sustainable forest management, IGES, Forest Conservation Project, pp.1-204.
  • Molle, F., P. Wester and P. Hirsch, 2007. River Basin Development and Management, in Water for Food, Water for Life: the Comprehensive Assessment of Water Management in Agriculture. London, Earthscan 585-624.
  • Prabhu, R., McDougall, C., Fisher, R. J. 2007. Adaptive collaborative management: A conceptual model, in Fisher, R.J., Prabhu, R., McDougall, C. (eds), Adaptive collaborative management of community forests in Asia: experiences from Nepal, Indonesia and the Philippines, CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia, pp.16-42.

2006

  • Fisher, R. J. 2006. Poverty and Biodiversity Conservation, Policy Matters, Vol. 14, IUCN, Gland.
  • Fisher, R. J. 2006. Collaborative Learning for NREM Policy Development, Keynote address for Natural Resources and Enviornmental Management in the Greater Mekong Sub-region: The Role of Higher Education in Policy Design and Implementation, Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai, 15-17 January 2006.
  • Hirsch, P. 2006. Governing water as a common good in the Mekong River Basin: issues of scale, Transforming Cultures, 2,1, 104-113. http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/ojs/index.php/TfC.
  • Hirsch, P. 2006. Water Governance Reform and Catchment Management in the Mekong Region, Journal of environment and development, 15, 184-201.
  • Hirsch, P., Jensen K. M., Boer, B., Carrard, N., FitzGerald, S., Lyster, R. 2006. National Interests and Transboundary Water Governance in the Mekong, AMRC in collaboration with DANIDA, Sydney, pp.1-171.

2005

  • Bush, S. R. and P. Hirsch 2005. Framing Fishery Decline. Aquatic Resources, Culture and Development 1(2), 79-90
  • Carrard, N. 2005. "Drivers for Change in Water Governance: Lessons for Development Assistance" paper presented at AusAID seminar, Canberra, July 2005
  • Carrard, N. 2005. "Transboundary tributaries and the Mekong Agreement", paper presented at Brisbane RiverSymposium, September 2005
  • R.J. Fisher, Stewart Maginnis, W.J. Jackson, Edmund Barrow and Sally Jeanrenaud 2005.Poverty and Conservation: Landscapes, People and Power. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK: IUCN The World Conservation Union.
  • Fisher, R.J. 2005. ‘Forests and Poverty Reduction: A brief history of the relationship.’ Arborvitae (IUCN/WWF Forest Conservation Newsletter), 29, December 2005.
  • Fisher, R.J. 2005. ‘Poverty and Biodiversity Conservation.’ Mekong Update and Dialogue, Vol 8(3), September 2005, pp 2-3.
  • Fisher, R.J. 2005. ‘Common Property and Development: Forests and Pastures.’ In Jim Fingleton (ed) Privatising Land in the Pacific: A Defence of Customary Tenures. The Australia Institute, Discussion Paper No 80.
  • Hirsch, P. and Lloyd, K. 2005. Real and Virtual Experiential Learning on the Mekong: Field Schools, e-Sims and Cultural Challenge, Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 29 (3) pp 321-337
  • Jaruwan Kaewmahanin, Somsak Sukwong and R.J. Fisher 2005. ‘Pred Nai Community Forest, Trad Province, Thailand.’ Case Study 1 in R.J. Fisher, Stewart Maginnis, W.J. Jackson, Edmund Barrow and Sally Jeaanrenaud Poverty and Conservation: Landscapes, People and Power. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK: IUCN The World Conservation Union.
  • Jaruwan Kaewmahanin and R.J. Fisher 2005. ‘Forest Governance in Thailand.’ Paper prepared for Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Forest Conservation Project).
  • Lloyd, K., Suchet-Pearson, S., and Wright, S. 2005. Decentring Fortress Australia: borderland geographies as relational spaces. Paper presented at the ARCRNSISS Workshop. University of Newcastle. June 2005
  • Lloyd, K., Suchet-Pearson, S., and Wright, S. 2005. Borderland geographies: the exclusion of Melville Island in policy and practice. Paper presented at the Institute of Australian Geographers Conference. Armidale, NSW. 18-22 July 2005
  • Lloyd, K. 2005.Catering to the backpacker: Tourism entrepreneurs and traveller cafés in Vietnam. Paper presented at the ATLAS backpacker conference 1-3 September, Kasetsart University, Bangkok
  • Meheux, K. and Lloyd, K. 2005. Developing methods to measure the impacts of tropical cyclones in communities in Fiji. In: R.J. Morrison, S. Quin and E.A. Bryant (Editors) ‘Planning for Natural Hazards - How Can We Mitigate the Impacts’, GeoQuEST Research Centre, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Wollongong, NSW 2522, pp 177-188
  • Tubtim, N. and P. Hirsch 2005.Common Property as Enclosure: A Case Study of a Backswamp in Southern Laos." Society and Natural Resources 18: 41-60.

2004

  • Bush, S. R. 2004. "Needing the supply, or supplying the need? A political ecology of Mekong fishery statistics and management at different scales", Institute of Australian Geographers conference, Glenelg, South Australia, Institute of Australian Geographers.
  • Bush, S. R. 2004. "Participatory by name, extractive by nature: antagonisms in postgraduate rural geography", Institute of Australian Geographers conference, Glenelg, South Australia, Institute of Australian Geographers.
  • Bush, S. R. 2004. Research and ‘participation’. Mekong Update & Dialogue 7(3), 2-3
  • Bush, S. R. 2004. Scales and Sales: changing social and spatial fish trading networks in the Siiphandone fishery, Lao PDR. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 25(1), 32-50
  • Fisher, R. Nurse, M. Srimongkoltip, S. 2004. "Linking Mangrove Conservation and Local Livelihoods: The Case of Pred Nai Village, Eastern Thailand", script for video prepared for Global Synthesis Workshop Making the case for poverty-focused conservation, World Conservation Congress, Bangkok, 18-25 November 2004.
  • Fisher, R. Schmidt, K. Steenhof, B. & Akesnshaev, N. 2004. Poverty and Forestry: A case study of Kyrgyzstan with reference to other countries in West and Central Asia. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Livelihood Support Programme. LSP Working Paper No 13. Published electronically: http://www.fao.org/sd/dim_pe4/pe4_040907_en.htm
  • Hirsch, P. 2004. Development assistance in a transboundary river basin setting: the role of institutional mechanisms in safeguarding poor people's livelihoods and rights to land and water in the Mekong Region, Proceedings (refereed) by Jannik Boesen and Helle Munk Ravnborg (eds) of the International Conference 'From water wars to water riots: lessons from transboundary water management', December 2003, DIIS, Copenhangen.
  • Hirsch, P. 2004. The Politics of Fisheries Knowledge in the Mekong River Basin, Proceedings (refereed) of the Second Large River Symposium (LARS), February 2003, FAO and MRC, Phnom Penh.
  • Hirsch, P. and Wyatt, A. B. 2004. Negotiating local livelihoods: Scales of conflict in the Se San River Basin. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 45(1): 51-68.
  • Lloyd, L. 2004. Tourism and transitional geographies: mismatched expectations of foreign tourism investment in Vietnam, Paper presented at IAG conference, April 12-15.
  • Lloyd, K. 2004. Tourism and Transition: mismatched expectations of tourism investment in Vietnam, Asia Pacific Viewpoint Journal 45(2): 197-215.
  • Lloyd, K. 2004. Playing Games with conflict: the Ha Long Bay e-sim, In McKay, Elspeth (ed.) 2004. Acquiring and Constructing Knowledge Through Human-Computer Interaction: Creating New Visions for the Future of Learning, Conference Proceedings of the International Conference on Computers in Education, 30 November-3 December. RMIT, Melbourne:171-178
  • Lloyd, K. Miller, F and S. Scott 2004 Changing Research Spaces: Doing human geography fieldwork in Viet Nam, paper presented at the ASAA conference in Canberra June 29-July 2.
  • Lloyd, K. Miller, F and S. Scott 2004. Changing Research Spaces: Doing human geography fieldwork in Viet Nam In: Cribb, Robert (ed.). 2004. Asia Examined: Proceedings of the15th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, 2004, Canberra, Australia. Canberra: Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) & Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies (RSPAS), The Australian National University. ISBN 0-9580837-1-1.
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  • Meheux, K. and Lloyd, K. 2005. Developing methods to measure tropical cyclone impacts in communities in Fiji, paper presented to the Planning for Natural Hazards - how can we mitigate the impacts? Symposium, 2-5 February, University of Wollongong
  • Miller, F. 2004. “Tensions and Contradictions of Transition: Individual and Collective Interests in Water in Viet Nam”, Paper presented at the Institute of Australian Geographers 2004 Conference, Glenelg, Adelaide 13-16 April
  • Wyatt A. B. 2004. Build Operate Transfer Projects, in Forsyth, T. (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of International Development, Routledge, London.

2003

  • Bush, S. R. 2003. “Using a simple GIS model to assess development patterns of small-scale rural aquaculture in the wider environment.” Aquaculture Asia 8(1): 40-42
  • Bush, S.R. 2003. “Give a man a fish…”: Contextualising living aquatic resources development in the Lower Mekong Basin. AMRC Working Paper No. 8. Australian Mekong Resource Centre, University of Sydney.
  • Bush, S. R. 2003. Presented paper 'Comparing what matters with what is done: fisheries and aquaculture in the Lao PDR' at the Second Large Rivers Symposium, Phnom Penh, 11-14 February 2003
  • Fisher, R. 2003. ‘Innovations, Persistence and Change: Reflections on the State of Community Forestry.’ In RECOFTC and FAO Community Forestry: Current Innovations and Experiences. Bangkok: Regional Commnity Forestry Training Center and Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations.
  • Fisher, R. 2003. Controlling the Forests: Community Forestry in the Mekong Region. Mekong Update & Dialogue, vol 6(2), June 2003, pp 2-3.
  • Fisher, R. 2003. When is Action Research Participatory? ACM News, Vol 4 (2), April 2003. (CIFOR ACM Project newsletter)
  • Fisher, R. 2003. Presented paper on 'Community Forestry in the Mekong Region', Mekong Research Group Seminar, Division of Geography, University of Sydney, 2 May 2003
  • Fisher, R. 2003. Presented paper on 'Community Forestry in Southeast Asia and South Asia: Devolution or Persistence of State Control.' “Politics of the Commons” Conference, Chiang Mai, 11-14 July 2003
  • Fisher, R. 2003. Presented paper on 'Within Boundaries: Implementing Pro-poor Conservation in Protected Areas', as member of Panel on Poverty and Protected Areas, World Parks Conference, Durban, 8-17 September 2003
  • Fisher, R. 2003. Presented paper on 'What Can Applied Anthropology Offer to Anthropological Theory? The Case of Community-based Forest Management', Australian Anthropological Society Conference, 1-3 October 2003, University of Sydney
  • Hirsch, P. 2003. The Politics of Fisheries Knowledge in the Mekong River Basin, Proceedings (refereed) of the Second Large Rivers Symposium, Phnom Penh, Mekong River Commission
  • Hirsch, P. 2003. Gave Keynote Paper on "Development assistance in a transboundary river basin setting: The role of institutional mechanisms in safeguarding poor people’s livelihoods and rights to land and water in the Mekong Region", Conference on From water ‘wars’ to water ‘riots’? The role of the poor and implications for water management institutions in future water related conflicts, Copenhagen, Danish Institute for International Affairs, 3 December 2003
  • Hortle, K. G. and S. R. Bush 2003. Consumption in the Lower Mekong Basin as a Measure of Fish Yield. New Approaches for the Improvement of Inland Capture Fishery Statistics in the Mekong Basin. Ed: T. Clayton. Ad Hoc expert consultation Udon Thani, Thailand 2 to 5 September 2002, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations RAP Publication 2003/01: 76-82.
  • Lloyd, K. 2003. Contesting control in transitional Vietnam: the development and regulation of traveller cafés in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Tourism Geographies, 5 (3): 350-366.
  • Lloyd, K. 2003. To market or to a socialist market economy? A case study of foreign tour operators in Vietnam in T. Griffin and R. Harris (eds) Current research, future strategies: bridging uncertainty. Sydney, APTA Conference Proceedings, University of Technology Sydney: 439-451.
  • Lloyd, K. 2003. To market or to a socialist market economy? A case study of foreign tour operators in Vietnam paper presented to the Asia Pacific Tourism Association Conference, July, Sydney.
  • Miller, F. 2003. "Living with the Floods in the Mekong Delta Viet Nam", Forum Mekong, Mekong Watch, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2003 (in Japanese).
  • Miller, F. 2003. "Seeing “Water Blindness”: The Role of Water Control in Agricultural Intensification and Responses to Environmental Change in the Mekong Delta, Viet Nam" chapter in Connell, John. and Waddell, Eric (eds.) The Local and the Global: Rural Change and Development in the Third World - The Work of Harold Brookfield (forthcoming)
  • Miller, F. & Hirsch P. 2003. Civil Society and Internationalized River Basin Management, AMRC Working Paper Number 7, University of Sydney, June 2003
  • Miller, F. 2003. Presented paper “Risks, responses and rights: Gender Dimensions of Water Excess and Water Scarcity in the Mekong Delta, Viet Nam”, at Fluid Bonds: Gender in Water Resources Management - Workshop, Australian National University, Canberra, 13 October 2003
  • Pritchard, B. and Lloyd, K. 2003. Business cultures, the state, and the changing investment environment of East and Southeast Asia in N. Phelps, and P. Raines (eds) The new competition for inward investment: companies, institutions and territorial development. London, Edward Elgar:173-192.
  • Vandergeest, P., Phanvilay, K., Fujita, Y., Fox, J., Hirsch, P., Van Esterick, P., Withayapak, C., & Tyler, S. 2003. Flexible networking in research capacity building at the National University of Laos: lessons for North-South collaboration, Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 24(1), May 2003.
  • Wyatt, A. B., 2003. Review of the Social and Environmental Impacts of the Theun Hinboun Hydropower Project, Lao PDR, paper submitted to the JBIC technical assistance for the preparation of Ta Trach Reservoir project, Vietnam.
  • Wyatt, A. B., 2003. Trans-nationalizing the commons in a post-socialist country: The case of privatised Lao hydropower, paper for the conference on Politics of the Commons, 11 – 13 July 2003, Regional Centre for Sustainable Development, Chiang Mai University, Thailand.

2002

  • Bush, S.R. 2002 Comparative advantage: changing market structures and food security in the Siphandone fishery, Lao PDR. Paper presented at International Symposium Sustaining Food Security and Managing Natural Resources in Southeast Asia - Challenges for the 21 st Century, Chiang Mai, Thailand
  • Bush, S.R. 2002 “Fishing Together.” Watershed 8(1). Pp. 42-44
  • Bush, S.R. 2002 Review of Fish Marketing in Laos. Working Paper 2. AMFC, Mekong River Commission, Vientiane, Lao PDR. Pp.49
  • Bush, S.R., P. Sultana, B. Thepakhone, K. Sombounkhan, N. Meunkhitila, M. Saisongkhram, S. Bounong and S. Villavong 2002. MLI Baseline Socio-economic Survey: Na Laat, Lao Nyaa and None Savang Villages, Phathoumphone District, Champassak Province. Pakse Southern Agricultural College (PSAC) and International Centre for Living Aquatic Resources Management (ICLARM) as part of the OXFAM Mekong Learning Initiative (MLI), Pakse, Lao PDR
  • Fisher, R.F., S. Maginnis 2002. Sustaining Livelihoods? arborvitae (19), The IUCN/WFF Forest Conservation Newsletter, March 2002
  • Hirsch, P. 2002.“Global Norms, Local Compliance and the Human Rights-Environment Nexus: A Case Study of the Nam Theun II Dam in Laos”, in Lyuba Zarsky, ed, Human rights and the environment: conflicts and norms in a globalizing world, London, Earthscan
  • Hirsch, P. 2002. Complementary experiential learning: Mekong e-sim, Synergy, Institute for Teaching and Learning, University of Sydney, Issue 18, October 2002, p22
  • Hirsch, P. 2002. Presentation at International Workshop on Institutional Interplay and Forest Governance in Southeast Asia: Impacts of decentralization, globalization and the internationalization of the environment, Chiang Mai, 25-26 February 2002
  • Hirsch, P. 2002. Keynote paper on Modes of engagement: negotiating river basin development in mainland Southeast Asia, at Montane Mainland Southeast Asia conference, Lijiang, China, 25-28 August 2002
  • Hortle, K. and S.R. Bush 2002. Consumption in the Lower Mekong Basin as a measure of fish yield. Proceedings of the FAO/MRC conference on inland fishery statistics, Udon Thani, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations
  • Lloyd, K. 2002. Paper presented at Institute of Australian Geographers conference in Canberra, July 2002
  • Lloyd, K. 2002 Paper presented at 'Culture, Economy, Place: Asia-Pacific Perspectives' conference (run jointly by UNSW and Korean Institute for Research on Human Settlements) July 2002
  • Miller, F. 2002. "Actors and Issues in the Global Water Debate", presentation at 'Following the Flow: The Politics of Water in East Asia' workshop organised by Rockefeller Brothers Fund and Tambuyog Foundation, 24 February-1 March, 2002, Cebu, Philippines
  • Miller, F. 2002. "Meeting Water Needs and Avoiding Conflict: The Challenge of Cooperation in Water Resources Management in the Mekong Delta", paper presented at 'Fifth International River Management Symposium', Brisbane, 4 September, 2002
  • Miller, F. 2002. "Reflections on International Experience of Transferring River Basin Development Models", joint-authored paper with Philip Hirsch, presented at the 'Fifth International River Management Symposium', Brisbane, 5 September, 2002
  • Wyatt, A. B. 2002. The Privatisation of Public Infrastructure in Transitional Southeast Asian Economies: The Case of Build-Own-Operate-Transfer Projects in Vietnam and Laos, in Sargeson, S. (Ed), Collective Goods, Collective Futures in Asia, Routledge, London
  • Wyatt, A. B. 2002. BOTs, Governance and the ADB, Good Governance or Bad Management: An Overview of the ADB’s Decision Making Processes and Policies, Focus on the Global South, Bangkok: 30-7
  • Wyatt, A. B. 2002. Power Sector Restructuring in Vietnam: The Construction and Transfer of Risk, paper presented at TNI/Prayas workshop on Asian power sector restructuring, Bangkok, Thailand, 7-10 October, 2002
  • Wyatt, A. B. 2002. Build-Operate-Transfer water sector projects in the Mekong Region, paper presented at Oxfam Mekong Initiative Partners Forum, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 29 Oct – 4 Nov, 2002

2001

  • Bush, S. R. 2001. Review of Fish Marketing and Trade in Cambodia. AMFP Working Paper, Mekong River Commission. Vientiane, Lao PDR. Pp. 35
  • Bush, S.R. 2001. Pilot Study: Aquatic Resources Utilisation in Three Districts of Savannakhet Province. RDC Production, Savannakhet, Lao PDR
  • Bush, S.R. 2001. Geographical Information Systems for Agriculture and Forestry. Department of Agriculture and Forestry, Savannakhet Province, Lao PDR. RDC Publication No. 322
  • Hirsch, P. 2001. Globalisation, regionalisation and local voices: the Asian Development Bank and re-scaled politics of environment in the Mekong Region, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 22(3)
  • Hirsch, P. 2001. “Academic and institutional issues related to the planning and implementation of a multi-disciplinary roleplay-simulation involving collaboration across institutions”, ASCILITE Conferenc 2001 (with Robert McLaughlan, Holger Maier and Denise Kirkpatrick)
  • McLaughlan, R., Kirkpatrick, D., Maier, H., Hirsch, P. 2001. Academic and institutional issues related to the planning and implementation of a multi-disciplinary roleplay-simulation involving collaboration across institutions, in G. Kennedy, M. Keppell C. McNaught & T. Petorvic (Eds.), Meeting at the Crossroads. Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of the Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, Melbourne: Biomedical Multimedia Unit, the University of Melbourne.
  • Miller, F. 2001. "Adaptation / Control: Perceptions and Responses to Environmental Risks in Water Resources Management in the Mekong Delta, Viet Nam", paper presented at the International Water History Association Conference The Role of Water in History and Development, Bergen, Norway, 10-12 August 2001
  • Phonvisay, A. and Bush, S.R. 2001. Baseline Study of Fish Trade from the Sii Phan Don Fishery, Champassak Province. LARReC Technical Paper. Vientiane, Lao PDR. Pp. 71
  • Wyatt, A. 2001. "TNCs and Private Infrastructure", paper presented at conference on 'Corporate Power or People’s Power?', University of Technology Sydney, 27-29 September 2001
  • Wyatt, A. 2001. "Bringing down the barriers to global economic integration: private infrastructure and the transitional economies of Laos and Vietnam", paper presented at Globalisation and International Studies Cluster Workshop, University of Sydney, 30 November 2001

2000

  • Ahmed, M. & Hirsch, P. (eds) 2000. “Common property in the Mekong: issues of sustainability and subsistence”, ICLARM and AMRC.
  • Brennan, D., Clayton, H., Tran, B. 2000.“Economic characteristics of extensive shrimp farms in the Mekong Delta”, Aquaculture Economics and Management, 4 (3/4)
  • Clayton, H. 2000. “Sedimentation - a sustainability concern for rice-shrimp farmers in the Mekong Delta”, Paper presented at the final workshop of the ACIAR Rice-Shrimp project, 12-15 December 2000, Can Tho University, Vietnam
  • Hirsch, P. 2000. “Changing geo-politics and economic models in the Mekong Region”, paper presented at Accounting for Development Conference, Sydney, June 23-25, 2000.
  • Hirsch, P. 2000. “Underlying causes of deforestation in the Mekong Region”, report presented at regional workshop on Forest Management Strategies in the Mekong Region, NUOL, Vientiane, August 2000.
  • Hirsch, P. 2000. poster produced for Community-Based Natural Resource Management workshop, Guiyang, China, 16-20 October 2000
  • King, S. 2000. “Intellectual Space or the Market Place? Re-constructing Cambodia’s Universities”, Second International Conference on Khmer Studies, Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, January 26-28, 2000
  • Miller, F. 2000. “Implications of Development in the Mekong Basin for the Mekong Delta, Vietnam”, Forum Mekong, Mekong Watch, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp.2-6. (Japanese).
  • Miller, F. 2000. “The Contested Politics of Scale in the Mekong Region”, Mekong Update, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp5-6
  • Miller, F. 2000. Closing Remarks at Accounting for Development Conference, Sydney, June 23-25, 2000.
  • Phraxayavong, V. 2000. “Investment Models – Social and Environmental impacts in Laos”, Joint Paper presented at Accounting for Development Conference, Sydney, June 23-25, 2000.
  • Wyatt, A. 2000. “Investment Models – Social and Environmental impacts in Laos”, Joint Paper presented at Accounting for Development Conference, Sydney, June 23-25, 2000.
  • Wyatt, A. 2000. “The Reality of People’s Participation and Accountability: The Case of the Nam Song Diversion Project”, International Symposium: Whose Nature? Tokyo, September 10-11, 2000.

1999

  • Hirsch, P. 1999. “Beyond the nation state: natural resource conflict and ‘national interest’ in Mekong hydropower development”, Golden Gate Law Review 29(3) 399-414.
  • Hirsch, P. 1999.“Dams in the Mekong Region: scoping social and cultural issues”, Cultural Survival Quarterly, 37-40.
  • Hirsch, P. and Khamla Phanvilay, 1999. “Nam Ngum, Lao PDR: Community based natural resource management and conflicts over watershed resources”, in Daniel Buckles, ed, Cultivating Peace: Conflict and Collaboration in Natural Resource Management, International Development Research Centre/The World Bank, Ottawa/Washington, D.C.
  • Matsumoto, S. 1999. Mekon-gawa no mizu wa darenomono? (Who owns the water of the Mekong River?), “2001 Fora”, No.43, October 1999, in Japanese
  • Miller, F., Nguyen Viet Thinh and Do Thi Minh Duc 1999. “Resource Management in the Vietnamese Mekong Basin”, Working Paper No. 74, Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University
  • Miller, F. 1999. “Environmental threats to the Mekong Delta”, Watershed, Vol. 5, No. 2, November 1999 - February 2000, pp. 38-42.
  • Noraseng, P., Kaneungnit Tubtim, Philip Hirsch, Terry Warren, and Pierre Dubeau 1999. A Report On The Main Aqua-Ecosystem Characteristics In Sanasomboun District, Southern Lao Pdr, With Respect To Village Fisheries, Technical Report No 2, Indigenous Fisheries Development and Management Project, Vientiane, Department of Livestock and Fisheries, Lao PDR.
  • Noraseng, P., Serd Manotham, Philip Hirsch and Kaneungnit Tubtim 1999. Seasonal backswamps and small water body management: natural and enhanced indigenous fisheries, Technical Report No 4, Indigenous Fisheries Development and Management Project, Vientiane, Department of Livestock and Fisheries, Lao PDR.
  • Noraseng, P., Serd Manotham, Philip Hirsch and Kaneungnit Tubtim 1999. A Report On Household Level Fisheries In Four Villages Of Sanasomboun District, Champassak Province, Lao Pdr, Technical Report No 5, Indigenous Fisheries Development and Management Project, Vientiane, Department of Livestock and Fisheries, Lao PDR.
  • Noraseng, P., Serd Manotham, Philip Hirsch and Kaneungnit Tubtim 1999. A Report On Household Level Fisheries In Four Villages Of Sanasomboun District, Champassak Province, Lao Pdr, Technical Report No 5, Indigenous Fisheries Development and Management Project, Vientiane, Department of Livestock and Fisheries, Lao PDR.
  • Noraseng, P., Davan Sisawat, Homchan Vongchampa, Kaneungnit Tubtim, Terry Warren and Philip Hirsch 1999. Reported Incidence Of 44 Key Fish Species In 85 Villages Of Sanasomboun District, Champassak Province, Lao Pdr, Technical Report No 6, Indigenous Fisheries Development and Management Project, Vientiane, Department of Livestock and Fisheries, Lao PDR.

1998

  • Cheong, G. with Inthasone Phetsiriseng, 1998 “Lao Country Report - Towards Public Participation in Mekong River Basin Development”, MRC Project Towards Public Participation in Mekong River Basin Development, May 1998.
  • Hirsch, P. 1998 “Ethnicity, forests and resource management: comparative notes from mainland Southeast Asia”, Common Property Resource Digest, 44, 5-7.
  • Hirsch, P. and Carol Warren (eds). 1998. The Politics of Environment in Southeast Asia: resources and resistance, London, Routledge, 325pp.
  • Hirsch, P. and Carol Warren, 1998. “Introduction: through the environmental looking glass: the politics of resources and resistance in Southeast Asia”, in Philip Hirsch and Carol Warren, eds., The Politics of Environment in Southeast Asia: resources and resistance, London, Routledge, pp 1-28.
  • Hirsch, P. 1998. “Dams, resources and the politics of environment in mainland Southeast Asia”, in Philip Hirsch and Carol Warren, eds., The Politics of Environment in Southeast Asia: resources and resistance, London, Routledge, pp 55-70.
  • Hirsch, P. with Carol Warren, 1998. “Epilogue: analysis and action”, in Philip Hirsch and Carol Warren, eds., The Politics of Environment in Southeast Asia: resources and resistance, London, Routledge,
    pp 303-6.
  • Hirsch, P. 1998. “Mekong Fisheries: A Hidden Resource”, in Geodate, 11(4), 1-4.
  • Hirsch, P. 1998 “Community forestry revisited: messages from the periphery”, in Michael Victor, Chris Lang and Jeffrey Bornemeier, eds, Community forestry at a crossroads: reflections and future directions in the development of community forestry, Bangkok, RECOFTC, pp 9-18.
  • Hirsch, P. 1998 “Foreword”, in David Bowden, The Mekong River Basin: case studies in biodiversity and ecologically sustainable development, Manly, Australian Association for Environmental Education.
  • Matsumoto, Satoru 1998 “Mekon-gawa damu kaihatsu to gyogyou” (Mekong hydropower development and fisheries), Mekon-ni ikiru hitobito to gyogyou (People living with the Mekong and fisheries), Mekong Watch: Tokyo, Japan (Japanese)
  • Matsumoto, Satoru 1998 “Mekon-gawa no kaihatsu to kankyou ron” (Development and environment debate in the Mekong River Basin), JACSES Briefing Paper, December, Japan Center for a Sustainable Environment and Society: Tokyo, Japan, in Japanese
  • Miller, F. 1998 “The Mekong Basin: The Australian Connection”, Inland Rivers Network Newsletter, August Vol 3, No 2.
  • Miller, F. 1998 “Water Use Efficiency: The Environmental Implications”, Inland Rivers Network Newsletter, December Vol 3, No 3.