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MPE.  2017.  Making the Case: Effective Public Participation is Good for Business in the Mekong Region. Mekong Partnership for the Environment, Pact. (February):52p.. (1.1 MB)
MPE.  2017.  Guidelines on Public Participation in Environmental Impact Assessment in the Mekong Region. Mekong Partnership for the Environment, Pact. :65p.. (844.86 KB)
Moran, Lopez, Moore, Müller, Hyndman.  2018.  Sustainable Hydropower in the 21st Century. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 115(47):11891-11898. (572.45 KB)
Mollinga.  2008.  Water, Politics and Development: Framing a Political Sociology of Water Resources Management. Water Alternatives. 1(1):7-23. (321.95 KB)
Molle, Foran, Käkönen.  2009.  Contested Waterscapes in the Mekong Region: Hydropower, Livelihoods and Governance. :426p..
Molle.  2009.  River-Basin Planning and Management: The Social Life of a Concept. Geoforum. 40(3):484-494.
MLN, Baird.  2016.  Manual of Environmental Impact Assessment in the Mekong Region: Commentary & Materials. EarthRights International (ERI). (October):145p.. (1.5 MB)
Middleton, Dore.  2015.  Transboundary Water and Electricity Governance in Mainland Southeast Asia: Linkages, Disjunctures and Implications. International Journal of Water Governance. 3(1):93-120. (763.49 KB)
Middleton, Garcia, Foran.  2009.  Old and New Hydropower Players in the Mekong Region: Agendas and Strategies. Contested Waterscapes in the Mekong Region: Hydropower, Livelihoods, and Governance. :23-54. (208.95 KB)
Middleton, Allouche, Gyawali, Allen.  2015.  The Rise and Implications of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus in Southeast Asia through an Environmental Justice Lens. Water Alternatives. 8(1):627-654. (670.35 KB)
Middleton, Pengkam, Tivasuradej.  2017.  Politics of Knowledge, Collective Action and Community Empowerment in Health Impact Assessment in Thailand: The Case of Khao Hinsorn. Water Governance and Collective Action: Mutli-scale Challenges. :70-81(12p).
Middleton.  2017.  Water, Rivers and Dams. Routledge Handbook of the Environment in Southeast Asia. :204-223.
Middleton, Allouche.  2016.  Watershed or Powershed? Critical Hydropolitics, China and the ‘Lancang-Mekong Cooperation Framework’ The International Spectator. 51(3):100-117.
Middleton, Grudy-Warr, Yong.  2013.  Neoliberalizing hydropower in the Mekong Basin: The political economy of partial enclosure. Social Science Journal. 43(2):299-334. (1.3 MB)
Middleton.  2016.  Private Dams, Public Interest in Mainland Southeast Asia: Hydropower Governance in a Beyond-Aid Political Economy. Paper presented at Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia (TRaNS) Conference on: Exploring 'beyond aid' agenda through Southeast Asia's rapidly changing development landscape, Sogang Institute for East Asian Studies, 27-28 May 2016. :25p.. (323.38 KB)
Middleton.  2018.  Reciprocal Transboundary Cooperation on the Lancang-Mekong River: Towards an Inclusive and Ecological Relationship. The Center for Social Development Studies (CSDS), Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University. :8p..
Middleton, Pritchard.  2016.  Arenas of Water Justice on Transboundary Rivers: A Case Study of the Xayaburi Dam, Laos. Water Governance Dynamics in the Mekong Region. :59-88. (820.76 KB)
Merme, Ahlers, Gupta.  2014.  Private equity, public affair: Hydropower financing in the Mekong Basin. Global Environmental Change. 24(1):20-29.
Matthews, Motta.  2013.  China’s Influence on Hydropower Development in the Lancang River and Lower Mekong River Basin. State of Knowledge Series 4, CPWF. (July):7p.. (490.79 KB)
Matthews.  2012.  Water Grabbing in the Mekong Basin: An Analysis of the Winners and Losers of Thailand's Hydropower Development in Lao PDR. Water Alternatives. 5(2):392-411. (717.75 KB)
Magee, Kelley.  2009.  Damming the Salween River. Contested Waterscapes in the Mekong Region. :115-140. (245.26 KB)