Constructing new global models of social security. How international organizations defined the field of social cash transfers in the 2000s

von Gliszczynski M, Leisering L (2016)
Journal of Social Policy 45(2): 325-343.

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von Gliszczynski M, Leisering L. Constructing new global models of social security. How international organizations defined the field of social cash transfers in the 2000s. Journal of Social Policy. 2016;45(2):325-343.
von Gliszczynski, M., & Leisering, L. (2016). Constructing new global models of social security. How international organizations defined the field of social cash transfers in the 2000s. Journal of Social Policy, 45(2), 325-343. doi:10.1017/S0047279415000720
von Gliszczynski, M., and Leisering, L. (2016). Constructing new global models of social security. How international organizations defined the field of social cash transfers in the 2000s. Journal of Social Policy 45, 325-343.
von Gliszczynski, M., & Leisering, L., 2016. Constructing new global models of social security. How international organizations defined the field of social cash transfers in the 2000s. Journal of Social Policy, 45(2), p 325-343.
M. von Gliszczynski and L. Leisering, “Constructing new global models of social security. How international organizations defined the field of social cash transfers in the 2000s”, Journal of Social Policy, vol. 45, 2016, pp. 325-343.
von Gliszczynski, M., Leisering, L.: Constructing new global models of social security. How international organizations defined the field of social cash transfers in the 2000s. Journal of Social Policy. 45, 325-343 (2016).
von Gliszczynski, Moritz, and Leisering, Lutz. “Constructing new global models of social security. How international organizations defined the field of social cash transfers in the 2000s”. Journal of Social Policy 45.2 (2016): 325-343.