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2007Advocacy,civil society and the state in the Mekong RegionHirsch, Philip; School of GeosciencesAdvocacy,civil society and the state in the Mekong Region in NGOs as Advocates for development in a gobalising world, Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2007, pp. 185-199
2017Afterword: Land transformations and exclusion across regionsHirsch, Philip; GeosciencesAfterword: Land transformations and exclusion across regions in Kastom, Property and Ideology: Land transformations in Melanesia, ANU Press, 2017, pp. 405-419
2009The Anti-Politics of Mekong Knowledge ProductionHirsch, Philip; Kakonen, Mira; School of GeosciencesThe Anti-Politics of Mekong Knowledge Production in Contested Waterscapes in the Mekong Region: Hydropower, Livelihoods and Governance, Earthscan Publications Ltd, 2009, pp. 333-355
2014Can SIA Empower Communities?Hirsch, Philip; Gagnon, Christiane; Howitt, Richard; GeosciencesCan SIA Empower Communities? in Developments in Social Impact Assessment, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014, pp. 742-766
2010The Changing Political Dynamics of Dam Building on the MekongHirsch, Philip; GeosciencesThe Changing Political Dynamics of Dam Building on the Mekong, Water Alternatives, vol.3, 2, 2010,pp 312-323
2007Civil Society and interdependencies: towards a regional political ecology of Mekong developmentHirsch, Philip; School of GeosciencesCivil Society and interdependencies: towards a regional political ecology of Mekong development in Environment, Development and Change in Rural Asia-Pacific: Between Local and Global, Routledge, 2007, pp. 226-246
2012Climate Change and the Resource Politics of the Greater Mekong SubregionHirsch, Philip; Sciortino, Rosalia; GeosciencesClimate Change and the Resource Politics of the Greater Mekong Subregion in Climate Change Challenges in the Mekong Region, Chiang Mai University Press, 2012, pp. 223-248
2005Common property as enclosure: A case study of a backswamp in southern LaosHirsch, Philip; Tubtim, Nattaya; School of Geosciences; School of GeosciencesCommon property as enclosure: A case study of a backswamp in southern Laos, Society & Natural Resources, vol.18,(1),2005,pp 41-60
2008Community-based ecotourism in ThailandHirsch, Philip; Leksakundilok, Anucha; GeosciencesCommunity-based ecotourism in Thailand in Tourism at the Grassroots: Villagers and visitors in the Asia-Pacific, Routledge, 2008, pp. 214-235
2013Cross-Boundary Peer Learning in the Mekong: A Case of Field-Based Education in Natural Resources ManagementHirsch, Philip; Kimkong, Ham; Lyu, Xing; Manorom, Kanokwan; Tubtim, Tubtim; GeosciencesCross-Boundary Peer Learning in the Mekong: A Case of Field-Based Education in Natural Resources Management, Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education, vol.N/A, 150, 2013,pp 41-52
2004Development Assistance In A Transboundary River Basin Setting: The Role Of Institutional Mechanisms In Safeguarding Poor People'S Livelihoods To And Rights To Land And Water In The Mekong RegionHirsch, Philip; School of GeosciencesDevelopment Assistance In A Transboundary River Basin Setting: The Role Of Institutional Mechanisms In Safeguarding Poor People'S Livelihoods To And Rights To Land And Water In The Mekong Region, From Water 'Wars' to Water 'Riots' - Lessons from Transboundary Water Management: Proceedings of the International Conference, December 2003, DIIS, Copenhagen, vol.N/A,(),2004,pp 98-112
2011Ebbs and Flows: Megaproject Politics on the MekongHirsch, Philip; Wilson, Katherine; Geosciences; GeosciencesEbbs and Flows: Megaproject Politics on the Mekong in Engineering Earth: The Impacts of Megaengineering Projects, Springer, 2011, pp. 1633-1650
2013Emerging Issues In Southeast Asian Geography: Local, Non-Local and Collaborative ScholarshipHirsch, Philip; GeosciencesEmerging Issues In Southeast Asian Geography: Local, Non-Local and Collaborative Scholarship, TRaNS Trans Regional and National Studies of Southeast Asia, vol.1, 01, 2013,pp 105-119
2003Flexible networking in research capacity building at the National University of Laos: lessons for north-south collaborationHirsch, Philip; Fox, Jefferson; Fujita, Yayoi; Phanvilay, Khamla; Tyler, Stephen; Van Esterik, Penny; Vandergeest, Peter; Withayapak, Chusak; School of GeosciencesFlexible networking in research capacity building at the National University of Laos: lessons for north-south collaboration, Canadian Journal Of Development Studies, vol.24,(1),2003,pp 119-135
2005Framing fishery declineBush, Simon; Hirsch, Philip; School of Geosciences; School of GeosciencesFraming fishery decline, Aquatic Resources Culture and Development, vol.1,(2),2005,pp 79-90
2002Global Norms, Local Compliance and the Human Rights-Environment Nexus: A Case Study of the Nam Theun II Dam in LaosHirsch, Philip; School of GeosciencesGlobal Norms, Local Compliance and the Human Rights-Environment Nexus: A Case Study of the Nam Theun II Dam in Laos in Human Rights And The Environment: Conflicts And Norms In A Globalising World, Earthscan/James & James, 2002, pp. 147-171
2001Globalisation, regionalisation and local voices: the Asian Development Bank and re-scaled politics of environment in the Mekong regionHirsch, Philip; School of GeosciencesGlobalisation, regionalisation and local voices: the Asian Development Bank and re-scaled politics of environment in the Mekong region, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, vol.22,(3),2001,pp 237-251
2006Governing water as a common good in the Mekong River Basin: issues of scaleHirsch, Philip; School of GeosciencesGoverning water as a common good in the Mekong River Basin: issues of scale, Transforming Cultures eJournal, vol.1,(2),2006,pp 104-113
2017Integration, fragmentation and assemblage in the Mekong: Elaborating on responses to shifting regional geopoliticsHirsch, Philip; GeosciencesIntegration, fragmentation and assemblage in the Mekong: Elaborating on responses to shifting regional geopolitics, Political Geography, vol.58, N/A, 2017,pp 142-144
2017Introduction: the environment in Southeast Asia's past, present and futureHirsch, Philip; GeosciencesIntroduction: the environment in Southeast Asia's past, present and future in Routledge Handbook of the Environment in Southeast Asia, Routledge, 2017, pp. 3-13