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Analysing Leadership in Global Health Governance
(Seton Hall University, 2014-06-16)
Rhetoric around the need for more and better leadership is everywhere in contemporary global health governance, yet there has been little articulation of what type of leadership is required, who might play leadership roles, ...
Beyond TRIPS: Why the WTO's Doha Round is Unhealthy
(Taylor & Francis Online, 2013-09-13)
The current round of World Trade Organization (wto) negotiations—the Doha Round—has significant implications for global health which have received insufficient attention from the global health community. All too often the ...
Governing Ebola: between Global Health and Medical Humanitarianism
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2018-01-05)
Medical humanitarianism and global health are two distinct but co-dependent spheres of global health security. Their actors differ in their units of analysis, understanding of neutrality, and organizational capacities. ...
Critical Reflections on Global Health Policy Formation
(Edward Elgar, 2013-09)
Global Health Governance
Review of 'International Security, Conflict and Gender: HIV/AIDS is Another War' by Hakan Seckinelgin
(Taylor and Francis Online, 2013)
VIEWPOINT: WHY IT MUST BE A FEMINIST GLOBAL HEALTH AGENDA
Innovation and the limits of rebranded privatisation in Global Health
(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014-04)
Innovation has become a buzz-word in the political economy of governance. Whether used in the context of higher education reforms, investment in domestic manufacturing, beauty products for ageing populations, or solutions ...
In from the margins? The changing place of Africa in International Relations
(Wiley Online, 2013-01-15)
This article surveys recent literature on Africa and International Relations (IR) and reviews the current place of Africa within the discipline. It notes that critical debates continue around claims of a mismatch between ...