Exploring theoretical approaches to global social policy research: Learning from international relations and inter-organisational theory

Kaasch A, Koch M, Martens K (2019)
Global Social Policy 19(1-2): 87-104.

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Erscheinungsjahr
2019
Zeitschriftentitel
Global Social Policy
Band
19
Ausgabe
1-2
Seite(n)
87-104
ISSN
1468-0181
eISSN
1741-2803
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2936296

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Kaasch A, Koch M, Martens K. Exploring theoretical approaches to global social policy research: Learning from international relations and inter-organisational theory. Global Social Policy. 2019;19(1-2):87-104.
Kaasch, A., Koch, M., & Martens, K. (2019). Exploring theoretical approaches to global social policy research: Learning from international relations and inter-organisational theory. Global Social Policy, 19(1-2), 87-104. doi:10.1177/1468018119845570
Kaasch, A., Koch, M., and Martens, K. (2019). Exploring theoretical approaches to global social policy research: Learning from international relations and inter-organisational theory. Global Social Policy 19, 87-104.
Kaasch, A., Koch, M., & Martens, K., 2019. Exploring theoretical approaches to global social policy research: Learning from international relations and inter-organisational theory. Global Social Policy, 19(1-2), p 87-104.
A. Kaasch, M. Koch, and K. Martens, “Exploring theoretical approaches to global social policy research: Learning from international relations and inter-organisational theory”, Global Social Policy, vol. 19, 2019, pp. 87-104.
Kaasch, A., Koch, M., Martens, K.: Exploring theoretical approaches to global social policy research: Learning from international relations and inter-organisational theory. Global Social Policy. 19, 87-104 (2019).
Kaasch, Alexandra, Koch, Martin, and Martens, Kerstin. “Exploring theoretical approaches to global social policy research: Learning from international relations and inter-organisational theory”. Global Social Policy 19.1-2 (2019): 87-104.