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Locher, Martina (2016). ‘How come others are selling our land?’ Customary land rights and the complex process of land acquisition in Tanzania. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 10(3):393-412.
Locher, Martina. The ‘Global Land Rush’, Local Land Rights and Power Relations: European Forestry Investments in Tanzania. PhD thesis, University of Zurich. 2015, University of Zurich, Faculty of Science.
Locher, Martina; Müller-Böker, U (2014). “Investors are good, if they follow the rules” – power relations and local perceptions in the case of two European forestry companies in Tanzania. Geographica Helvetica, 69(4):249-258.
Locher, Martina. Warum verkaufen andere unser Land? In: afrika süd, 43/1, January 2014, p.35-37.
Locher, Martina; Sulle, Emmanuel (2014). Challenges and methodological flaws in reporting the global land rush: observations from Tanzania. Journal of Peasant Studies, 41(4):569-592.
Locher, Martina; Sulle, Emmanuel (2013). Foreign land deals in Tanzania: an update and a critical view on the challenges of data (re)production. LDPI Working Papers Series 31, The Land Deal Politics Initiative (LDPI).
Locher, Martina; Steimann, Bernd; Upreti, Bishnu Raj (2012). Land grabbing, investment principles and plural legal orders of land use. Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, 65:31-63.