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Eiser, Lara; Lischka, Michael; Tkaczick, Tobias, 2020: Calculating Distances between Capital Cities in ArcGIS using the CShapes Dataset, SFB 1342 Technical Paper Series/1/2020, Bremen: SFB 1342, Download PDF

Sommer, Moritz; Rucht, Dieter; Haunss, Sebastian; Zajak, Sabrina, 2019: Fridays for Future - Profil, Entstehung und Perspektiven der Protestbewegung in Deutschland, ipb Working Paper /2/2019, Berlin: Institut für Protest- und Bewegungsforschung, Link (Date: 05.12.2019)

Barrientos, Armando, 2019: Does a general theory of welfare institutions explain the expansion of social assistance in low and middle income countries?, SOCIUM SFB 1342 WorkingPapers/1/2019, Bremen: SOCIUM SFB 1342, Download PDF

Isabekova, Gulnaz, 2019: The relationships between stakeholders engaged in development assistance: towards an analytical framework, SOCIUM SFB 1342 WorkingPapers/3/2019, Bremen: SOCIUM SFB 1342, Download PDF

Becker, Bastian, 2019: Introducing COLDAT: The Colonial Dates Dataset, SOCIUM SFB 1342 WorkingPapers/2/2019, Bremen: SOCIUM SFB 1342, Download PDF

Gaentzsch, Anja; Zapata Román, Gabriela, 2018: More educated, less monbile? Diverging trends in income and educational mobility in Chile and Peru, GDI Discussion Paper Series/31/2018, Manchester: The Global Development Institute, University of Manchester, Link (Date: 10.01.2019)

Gaentzsch, Anja, 2018: The distributional impact of social spending in Peru, School of Business and Economics Discussion Papers/7/2018, Berlin: Freie Universität Berlin, Link (Date: 10.01.2019)

De Carvalho, Gabriela, 2018: The impact of social investment policies on present poverty: lessons from Latin America, /2018, Barcelona: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona

Frisina Doetter, Lorraine; Schmid, Achim; De Carvalho, Gabriela; Fischer, Johanna; Rothgang, Heinz, 2018: Classifying health and long term care systems - Reflections on the utility and limits of typological approaches for comparative research, /2018, Bremen: CRC 1342: Global Dynamics of Social Policy, University of Bremen

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