Publikationen

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Isabekova, Gulnaz (Hg.), 2018: Access to healthcare, Caucasus Analytical Digest, Special Issue/103, Forschungsstelle Osteuropa, Universität Bremen, Link (Stand: 31.08.2020)

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Heinrich, Andreas; Isabekova, Gulnaz; Müller, Armin; Pleines, Heiko; ten Brink, Tobias, 2021: The agency of recipient countries in transnational policy-related knowledge transfer: From conditionality to elaborated autonomous policy learning, in: Communist and Post-Communist Studies, 54 (3), S. 51 - 72, doi:10.1525/j.postcomstud.2021.54.3.51

Isabekova, Gulnaz; Pleines, Heiko, 2020: Integrating development aid into social policy: Lessons on cooperation and its challenges learned from the example of health care in Kyrgyzstan, in: Social Policy & Administration, online first, 09.12.2020, Link (Stand: 10.12.2020)

Isabekova, Gulnaz, 2019: The Contribution of Vulnerability of Labour Migrants to Drug Resistance in the Region: Overview and Suggestions, in: The European Journal of Development Research, 31 (3), S. 620 - 642, doi:10.1057/s41287-018-0172-1, 01.07.2019

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Heinrich, Andreas; Isabekova, Gulnaz; Pleines, Heiko, 2021: Causal mechanisms in the introduction of mandatory health insurance in the post-Soviet region, in: Kuhlmann, Johanna; Nullmeier, Frank (Hg.), Causal Mechanisms in the Global Development of Social Policies, Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, (im Erscheinen)

Sammelbandbeitrag

Isabekova, Gulnaz, 2019: Diverse Health Care Developments in the Post-Soviet Space: The Role of National and International Actors, in: An, Sofiya; Chubarova, Tatiana; Deacon, Bob; Stubbs, Paul (Hg.), Social Policy, Poverty, and Inequality in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. Agency and Institutions in Flux, Stuttgart: ibidem, S. 235 - 260, Link (Stand: 20.01.2020)

Arbeits-/Diskussionspapier

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