Harvard Law School's December 2005. Down River: The Consequences of Vietnam's Dams on Life in Cambodia and their Meaning in International Law,
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Nga Dao (2011) Damming Rivers in Vietnam: A Lesson Learned in the Tay Bac Region. Journal of Vietnamese Studies, Vol. 6, Issue 2, pp 106-140.
Nga Dao (2010) †œDam Development in Vietnam: The Evolution of Dam-Induced Resettlement Policy† Water Alternatives, Vol. 3, Issue 2, pp 324-340
Nga Dao Thi Viet (2012) Resettlement, Displacement and Agrarian Change in Northern Uplands of Vietnam. PhD Dissertation Graduate Program in Geography. York University. Toronto, Ontario.
Pham, Anh Huyen (2010). Evaluation of Socio-Economic Impact Assessment in Power Sector Projects in Vietnam. School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich. Masters Dissertation.
The Fisheries Office (2000). A Study of the Downstream Impacts of the Yali Falls Dam in the Se San River Basin in Ratanakiri Province, Northeast Cambodia. The Fisheries Office, Ratanakiri Province. The Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFP) Project.
Hirsch, Philip & Andrew Wyatt. 2004. Negotiating local livelihoods: Scales of conflict in the Se San River Basin. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 45.51-68.
Hung, Dao Trong., Nga, Dao Thi Viet., & Trung, Tran Chi (2004). Study into Resettlement at the Yali Falls Dam, Kontum Province. Institute of Ecology and Biological Resources and International Rivers Network. Hanoi.
McKenney, Bruce (2001). †œEconomic Valuation of Livelihood Income Losses And Other Tangible Downstream Impacts From The Yali Falls Dam To The Se San River Basin In Ratanakiri Province, Cambodia† Prepared for Oxfam America. Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Perera, Andrea (2007). First the rivers, then the forests: a fragile balance: Rural communities are struggling to survive as they lose their resources one at a time. OXFAM America.
Sangha, Kim (2008). Heavy water release from Vietnam's Yali Falls dam floods communities in northeastern Cambodia. Probe International. Energy Probe Research Foundation.
Trandem, Ame. 2008. A Vietnamese/Cambodian Transboundary Dialogue: Impacts of dams on the Se San River. Development 51.108-13.
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Nguyen, Ang Tuan (2012). A Case Study on Power Sector Restructuring in Vietnam. Pacific Energy Summit. Hanoi, Vietnam
Nguyen, Quang Tuyen (2010). †œLand Law Reforms in Vietnam †“ Past & Present†. Working Paper Series No. 015. Asian Law Institute.