Social Citizenship for Older Persons? Measuring the Social Quality of Social Pensions in the Global South and Explaining Their Spread

Böger T, Leisering L (2017) Social Citizens Discussion paper no. 1703.
Washington D.C.: World Bank Group.

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Böger T, Leisering L. Social Citizenship for Older Persons? Measuring the Social Quality of Social Pensions in the Global South and Explaining Their Spread. Social Citizens Discussion paper no. 1703. Washington D.C.: World Bank Group; 2017.
Böger, T., & Leisering, L. (2017). Social Citizenship for Older Persons? Measuring the Social Quality of Social Pensions in the Global South and Explaining Their Spread (Social Citizens Discussion paper no. 1703). Washington D.C.: World Bank Group.
Böger, T., and Leisering, L. (2017). Social Citizenship for Older Persons? Measuring the Social Quality of Social Pensions in the Global South and Explaining Their Spread. Social Citizens Discussion paper no. 1703, Washington D.C.: World Bank Group.
Böger, T., & Leisering, L., 2017. Social Citizenship for Older Persons? Measuring the Social Quality of Social Pensions in the Global South and Explaining Their Spread, Social Citizens Discussion paper no. 1703, Washington D.C.: World Bank Group.
T. Böger and L. Leisering, Social Citizenship for Older Persons? Measuring the Social Quality of Social Pensions in the Global South and Explaining Their Spread, Social Citizens Discussion paper no. 1703, Washington D.C.: World Bank Group, 2017.
Böger, T., Leisering, L.: Social Citizenship for Older Persons? Measuring the Social Quality of Social Pensions in the Global South and Explaining Their Spread. Social Citizens Discussion paper no. 1703. World Bank Group, Washington D.C. (2017).
Böger, Tobias, and Leisering, Lutz. Social Citizenship for Older Persons? Measuring the Social Quality of Social Pensions in the Global South and Explaining Their Spread. Washington D.C.: World Bank Group, 2017. Social Citizens Discussion paper no. 1703.
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