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Making sense of global health governance: a policy perspective

Contributor(s): Buse, Kent [Editor] | Hein, Wolfgang [Editor] | Drager, Nick [Editor].
Publisher: London Palgrave Macmillan 2009Description: xxii, 366 p.ISBN: 9780230209923.Subject(s): World health | Public healthDDC classification: 363.3 Summary: How is health governed in the 21st century? Globalization has intensified risks of ill-health and catalyzed interest and investment in making the world a healthier place. But are existing arrangements adequate to address these risks and are we taking advantage of emerging opportunities or squandering resources? Drawing on the expertise of thirty leading scholars and practitioners, Making Sense of Global Health Governance shines a light on the central actors, institutions and mechanisms involved and propose an agenda for meaningful action. (Source: www.palgrave.com)
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How is health governed in the 21st century? Globalization has intensified risks of ill-health and catalyzed interest and investment in making the world a healthier place. But are existing arrangements adequate to address these risks and are we taking advantage of emerging opportunities or squandering resources? Drawing on the expertise of thirty leading scholars and practitioners, Making Sense of Global Health Governance shines a light on the central actors, institutions and mechanisms involved and propose an agenda for meaningful action. (Source: www.palgrave.com)

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