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; (2011) Land grabbing in post-Soviet Eurasia: the world’s largest agricultural land reserves at stake. Journal of Peasant Studies (Vol. 38): 299-323.

; (2011) Large-scale land acquisitions in the former Soviet Union. A study of rural social movements and land conflicts. IS Land Academy report

(2011) Business groups and competition in post-Soviet transition economies: the case of Russian ‘agroholdings’. Review of Austrian Economics (Vol. 24): 403-450.

; (2010) Embedded institutions and the persistence of large farms in Russia. IAMO Discussion Papers 131, Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO).

(2010) The emergence of large scale agricultural production in Ukraine: Lessons and perspectives. Washington DC: Paper presented at the Annual Bank Conference on Land Policy and Administration, April 26 and 27, 2010

(2010) The agrarian vision: sustainability and environmental ethics. , Kentucky University Press

(2010) The cluster-based development strategy in Kazakhstan's agro-food sector: A critical assessment from an "Austrian" perspective. IAMO Discussion Paper No. 128, Halle: IAMO

(2010) Globalisation and the foreignisation of space: The seven processes driving the current global land grab. Journal of Peasant Studies (Vol. 37 (Issue 2)): 429–447.

; ; (2009) Agroholding membership: does it make a difference in performance? Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture (48): 25-46.

(2009) Household plots and the symbiosis with the large farm enterprises. Land, peasants and rural poverty in transition. The political economy of rural livelihoods in transition economies (Edited by: Spoor, M. London, New York: Routledge)