Extending Social Security to the Excluded: Are Social Cash Transfers to the Poor an Appropriate way of Fighting Poverty in Developing Countries?

Leisering L (2009)
Global Social Policy 9(2): 246-272.

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Leisering L. Extending Social Security to the Excluded: Are Social Cash Transfers to the Poor an Appropriate way of Fighting Poverty in Developing Countries? Global Social Policy. 2009;9(2):246-272.
Leisering, L. (2009). Extending Social Security to the Excluded: Are Social Cash Transfers to the Poor an Appropriate way of Fighting Poverty in Developing Countries? Global Social Policy, 9(2), 246-272.
Leisering, L. (2009). Extending Social Security to the Excluded: Are Social Cash Transfers to the Poor an Appropriate way of Fighting Poverty in Developing Countries? Global Social Policy 9, 246-272.
Leisering, L., 2009. Extending Social Security to the Excluded: Are Social Cash Transfers to the Poor an Appropriate way of Fighting Poverty in Developing Countries? Global Social Policy, 9(2), p 246-272.
L. Leisering, “Extending Social Security to the Excluded: Are Social Cash Transfers to the Poor an Appropriate way of Fighting Poverty in Developing Countries?”, Global Social Policy, vol. 9, 2009, pp. 246-272.
Leisering, L.: Extending Social Security to the Excluded: Are Social Cash Transfers to the Poor an Appropriate way of Fighting Poverty in Developing Countries? Global Social Policy. 9, 246-272 (2009).
Leisering, Lutz. “Extending Social Security to the Excluded: Are Social Cash Transfers to the Poor an Appropriate way of Fighting Poverty in Developing Countries?”. Global Social Policy 9.2 (2009): 246-272.
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