A new pathway to universalism? Explaining the spread of ‘social’ pensions in the global South, 1967–2011

Böger T, Leisering L (2020)
Journal of International Relations and Development.

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Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
Journal of International Relations and Development
Seite(n)
308-338
ISSN
1408-6980
eISSN
1581-1980
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2934734

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Böger T, Leisering L. A new pathway to universalism? Explaining the spread of ‘social’ pensions in the global South, 1967–2011. Journal of International Relations and Development. 2020.
Böger, T., & Leisering, L. (2020). A new pathway to universalism? Explaining the spread of ‘social’ pensions in the global South, 1967–2011. Journal of International Relations and Development. doi:10.1057/s41268-018-0152-2
Böger, T., and Leisering, L. (2020). A new pathway to universalism? Explaining the spread of ‘social’ pensions in the global South, 1967–2011. Journal of International Relations and Development.
Böger, T., & Leisering, L., 2020. A new pathway to universalism? Explaining the spread of ‘social’ pensions in the global South, 1967–2011. Journal of International Relations and Development.
T. Böger and L. Leisering, “A new pathway to universalism? Explaining the spread of ‘social’ pensions in the global South, 1967–2011”, Journal of International Relations and Development, 2020.
Böger, T., Leisering, L.: A new pathway to universalism? Explaining the spread of ‘social’ pensions in the global South, 1967–2011. Journal of International Relations and Development. (2020).
Böger, Tobias, and Leisering, Lutz. “A new pathway to universalism? Explaining the spread of ‘social’ pensions in the global South, 1967–2011”. Journal of International Relations and Development (2020).

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