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Book Chapter
Robbeets, M.: Transeurasian basic verbs: Copy or cognate? In: The Uppsala meeting: proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Turkish Linguistics, pp. 198 - 212 (Ed. Csató, É. Á.). Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden (2016)
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Robbeets, M.: Insubordination and the establishment of genealogical relationship across Eurasia. In: Insubordination, pp. 209 - 245 (Eds. Evans, N.; Watanabe, H.). John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam; Philadelphia (2016)
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Robbeets, M.: Common denominal verbalizers in the Transeurasian languages: borrowed or inherited? In: Borrowed Morphology, pp. 137 - 154 (Eds. Gardani, F.; Arkadiev, P. M.; Amiridze, N.). De Gruyter Mouton, Berlin (2015)
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Robbeets, M.: The development of negation in the Transeurasian languages. In: On diversity and complexity of languages spoken in Europe and North and Central Asia, pp. 401 - 420 (Eds. Suihkonen, P.; Whaley, L. J.). Benjamins, Amsterdam (2014)
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Robbeets, M.: A velar fricative in proto-Transeurasian. In: Turcology and linguistics: Éva Ágnes Csató Festschrift, pp. 375 - 400 (Eds. Demir, .; Karakoç, K.; Menz, A.). Hacettepe Üniv. Yayınları, Ankara (2014)
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Robbeets, M.: The Japanese inflectional paradigm in a Transeurasian perspective. In: Paradigm change: in the Transeurasian languages and beyond, pp. 197 - 232 (Eds. Robbeets, M.; Bisang, W.). Benjamins, Amsterdam (2014)
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Book Chapter
Robbeets, M.; Bisang, W.: When paradigms change. In: Paradigm change: in the Transeurasian languages and beyond, pp. 1 - 19 (Eds. Robbeets, M.; Bisang, W.). Benjamins, Amsterdam (2014)
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Book Chapter
Robbeets, M.; Cuyckens, H.: Towards a typology of shared grammaticalization. In: Shared grammaticalization: with special focus on the Transeurasian languages, pp. 1 - 20 (Eds. Robbeets, M.; Cuyckens, H.). Benjamins, Amsterdam (2013)
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Book Chapter
Robbeets, M.: Genealogically motivated grammaticalization. In: Shared grammaticalization: with special focus on the Transeurasian languages, pp. 148 - 175 (Eds. Robbeets, M.; Cuyckens, H.). Benjamins, Amsterdam (2013)
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Book Chapter
Robbeets, M.: Transeurasian: a linguistic continuum between Japan and Europe. In: From contact linguistics to eurolinguistics: a linguistic odyssey across Europe and beyond, pp. 151 - 166 (Ed. Ureland , . S.). Logos Verl., Berlin (2013)
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Book Chapter
Robbeets, M.: Shared verb morphology in the Transeurasian languages: copy or cognate? In: Copies versus cognates in bound morphology, pp. 427 - 446 (Eds. Johanson, L.; Robbeets, M.). Brill, Leiden (2012)
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Book Chapter
Johanson, L.; Robbeets, M.: Introduction. In: Transeurasian verbal morphology in a comparative perspective: genealogy, contact, chance, pp. 1 - 5 (Eds. Johanson, L.; Robbeets, M.). Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden (2010)
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Book Chapter
Robbeets, M.: The 'intimate' parts of Altaic: two velar verb suffixes. In: Turcology in Mainz, pp. 225 - 238 (Eds. Boeschoten, H.; Rentzsch , J.). Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden (2010)
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Book Chapter
Robbeets, M.: If Japanese is Altaic, how can it be so simple? In: Evidence and counter-evidence: essays in honour of Frederik Kortlandt, vol. 2, General Linguistics, Vol. 2. General Linguistics, pp. 337 - 367 (Eds. Lubotsky, A.; Schaeken, J.; Wiedenhof , J.). Rodopi, Amsterdam (2008)

Conference Report (1)

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Conference Report
Robbeets, M.: Conference report of “The International Conference on the Language(s) of Koguryo and the reconstruction of Old Korean and Neighboring Languages” September 23-24, 2005 Center of Korean Studies at Universität Hamburg. Journal of Inner and East Asian Studies 2 (2), pp. 209 - 216 (2005)

Working Paper (3)

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Working Paper
Jeong, C.; Balanovsky, O.; Lukianova, E.; Kahbatkyzy, N.; Flegontov, P.; Zaporozhchenko, V.; Immel, A.; Wang, C.-C.; Ixan, O.; Khussainova, E. et al.; Bekmanov, B.; Zaibert, V.; Lavryashina, M.; Pocheshkhova, E.; Yusupov, Y.; Agdzhoyan, A.; Sergey, K.; Bukin, A.; Nymadawa, P.; Churnosov, M.; Skhalyakho, R.; Daragan, D.; Bogunov, Y.; Bogunova, A.; Shtrunov, A.; Dubova, N.; Zhabagin, M.; Yepiskoposyan, L.; Churakov, V.; Pislegin, N.; Damba, L.; Saroyants, L.; Dibirova, K.; Artamentova, L.; Utevska, O.; Idrisov, E.; Kamenshchikova, E.; Evseeva, I.; Metspalu, M.; Robbeets, M.; Djansugurova, L.; Balanovska, E.; Schiffels, S.; Haak, W.; Reich, D.; Krause, J.: Characterizing the genetic history of admixture across inner Eurasia. bioRxiv (2018)
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Working Paper
Bouckaert, R. R.; Robbeets, M.: Pseudo Dollo models for the evolution of binary characters along a tree. bioRxiv (2017), 12 pp.
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Working Paper
Robbeets, M.: Swadesh 100 on Japanese, Korean and Altaic. Tokyo University Linguistic Papers (TULIP) 23 pp. 99 - 118 (2004), 20 pp.

Report (1)

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Report
Ning, C.; Wang, C.-C.; Gao, S.; Yang, Y.; Zhang, X.; Wu, X.; Zhang, F.; Nie, Z.; Tang, Y.; Robbeets, M. et al.; Ma, J.; Krause, J.; Cui, Y.: Ancient Genomes Reveal Yamnaya-Related Ancestry and a Potential Source of Indo-European Speakers in Iron Age Tianshan (Current Biology, 29/15). (2019), 12 pp.

Book Review (5)

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Book Review
Robbeets, M.: Andrej L. Malchukov and Lindsay J. Whaley (eds.), Recent advances in Tungusic linguistics (Turcologica 89). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2012. vi + 277 pages, ISBN 978-3-447-06532-0, EUR 68. [Book Review]. Linguistic Typology 18 (1), pp. 161 - 169 (2014)
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