Brannstrom, Christian, Lisa Rausch, J. Christopher Brown, Renata Marson Teixeira de Andrade, and Andrew Miccolis. “Compliance and Market Exclusion in Brazilian Agriculture: Analysis and Implications for "Soft" Governance.” Land Use Policy. 29. 357-366. 2012
“Mechanization.” Green Food, An A-to-Z Guide. Paul Robbins, Dustin Mulvaney and J. Geoffrey Golson, eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. 2010
“Soybeans.” Green Food, An A-to-Z Guide. Paul Robbins, Dustin Mulvaney and J. Geoffrey Golson, eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. 2010
“Import Substitution Industrialization.” Encyclopedia of Geography. Barney Warf, ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. 2010
2011 “An improbable history yields an unexpected future: settlement and development on Brazil’s industrial agriculture frontier” presented to the Fulbright Students Enhancement Seminar, Brasília, Brazil.
2010 “ 'In ten years we will be glad we did this': industrial soy production, unlikely conservationists and new possibilities in the Amazon” presented to the Hall Center for the Humanities Globalization Seminar, University of Kansas.
2010 “Environmental governance as a development strategy in the Amazon: The case of Lucas do Rio Verde Legal” presented to the American Association of Geographers, Washington, DC.
2009 “Understanding the Relationship between Migration and Soybean Cultivation in Mato Grosso, Brazil” presented to the Latin American Studies Association, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Rausch, Lisa. "Costa Rica, Coffee, and Cooperatives: A Place-Based Perspective." Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting 2005, Denver, CO.
Rausch, Lisa. "Coffee and Cooperatives in Costa Rica: A Place-Based Perspective." Center of Latin American Studies Merienda Brown-Bag Lecture Series 2005, University of Kansas.
Rausch, Lisa. "Between Neoclassical Theory and State-Led Development: In Search of an Optimal Development Strategy in the Third World." Latin American Studies Symposium 2003, Birmingham Southern College.