6 edition of Global Health and Governance found in the catalog.
March 4, 2004
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|Contributions||Nana Poku (Editor), Alan Whiteside (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||210|
This book unravels the complexity and confusion surrounding global health governance. It provides a comprehensive look at conceptions of global health governance, old and new actors, the public and private, themes and approaches and emerging trends. In Africa and Global Health Governance, Amy S. Patterson focuses on AIDS, the – Ebola outbreak, and non-communicable diseases to demonstrate why and how African states accept, challenge, or remain ambivalent toward global health policies, structures, and : Amy S. Patterson.
Cite as: Michael Riegner, “Global information governance in pandemic times. In the geopolitics of global health information, international institutional law is more important than ever”, Völkerrechtsblog, 10 April , doi: / Providing a concise and informative introduction to how global health is governed, this book: Explores the various ways in which we understand global health governance; Explains the "nuts and bolts" of the traditional institutions of global health governance, highlights key frameworks and treaties and their relative successes and failingsCited by:
This book provides a comprehensive description and ethical analysis of one of the most challenging areas: international health research. Furthermore, it provides a vivid portrait of the current situation of global governance for health research and its main challenges and suggests a comprehensive and universal ethical framework based on the existing theories and : Springer International Publishing. In Global Health Governance in International Society, Jeremy Youde reflects on the challenges facing global health governance and the future of international society. While this is a theoretically engaging and empirically informed study, Ioannis Papagaryfallou questions the solidarist approach of the English School of international theory within the text.
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Jeremy Youde's Global Health Governance offers a critical resource for making sense of past, present, and future developments." Evan S. Lieberman, Princeton University "This book will become an important reference for scholars and practitioners engaged in global governance and public health.5/5(1).
- Laurie Garrett, Senior Fellow for Global Health, Council on Foreign Relations, and author of The Coming Plague "Clinton and Sridhar provide a unique insight in global health governance in a very rigorous and well documented analysis.
A must for anybody working in global health, global governance and international affairs."/5(89). Global Health Governance Programme. We research how global institutions, finance and rules can better serve the needs of people across the world.
We focus on three main areas: Improving the effectiveness of international health organizations, tracking financing to global public health and developing better tools for priority-setting. Book Description. Global Health Governance and Policy outlines the fundamentals of global health, a key element of sustainable development.
Taking an interdisciplinary approach, it explores the relationship between the globalization process and global health’s social.
Despite global progress, staggering health inequalities between rich and poor raise basic questions of social justice. Defining the field of global health law, Lawrence Gostin drives home the need for effective governance and offers a blueprint for reform, based on the principle that the opportunity to live a healthy life is a basic human right.
One of the more important recent trends in global health governance, though, has been the rise of public-private partnerships (PPPs) where private non-governmental organizations, for-profit enterprises, and various other social entrepreneurs work hand-in-hand with governments to combat specific maladies.
Editorial Reviews "This book is a welcome addition to the now over strong series on Global Institutions edited by Thomas Weiss and Rorden Wilkinson.
[It] is written in a highly accessible style, offering a brief and readable account of the key concepts and issues related to global health governance." - Kelley Lee, International Affairs, Vol. 88, 5, September Pages: In the s, health was a marginal issue on the international political agenda, and it barely figured into donor states' foreign aid allocation.
Within a generation, health had developed a robust set of governance structures that drive significant global political action, incorporate a wide range of actors, and receive increasing levels of funding.
Background. The term “global health governance” (GHG) is now widely used within research, policy and practice. Since the introduction of the concept more than a decade ago , over one thousand scholarly works have been published on the subject across a wide range of this rapid growth in scholarship, however, there has been considerable variation in how the term has Cited by: This edited collection looks at how globalisation is influencing patterns of health and disease worldwide, in particular how decisions on health are made and organised.
Despite some successes in developing better global governance for health, overall progress has been disappointingly slow given the number of health crises today, both long Pages: This book explores public health in China in particular the management of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, with the goal of understanding China's compliance with and resistance to the norms and rules embedded in the global health regime.
Global Health Governance Journal description. Global Health Governance is an open access, peer-reviewed, online journal that provides a platform for academics and practitioners to explore global. This chapter begins with a brief discussion of why Global Health Governance has become such a subject of discussion and debate.
It examines globalization as an historical process characterised by changes in the nature of human interaction across a range of social spheres including the economic, political, technological, cultural and by: Reviews "This book is a welcome addition to the now over strong series on Global Institutions edited by Thomas Weiss and Rorden Wilkinson.
[It] is written in a highly accessible style, offering a brief and readable account of the key concepts and issues related to global health governance." - Kelley Lee, International Affairs, Vol. 88, 5, September So the term global health governance refers to how global health organizations and entities are run, and how the various stakeholders who participated in that group are supposed to work together.
And ideally, an organization applies strong governance principles including clarity of roles and decision making, transparency and accountability. In Global Health Governance, Obijiofor Aginam explores the relevance of international law in contemporary public health diplomacy. He focuses on the concept of mutual vulnerability to explore the globalization of disease, in what is paradoxically a global village and a divided : Obijiofor Aginam.
Dr. Jennifer Prah Ruger's book Global Health Justice and Governance (Oxford University Press, ) lays out the critical problems facing the world today and offers a new theory of justice and governance as a way to resolve these seemingly intractable issues. Book Review: The Human Right to Health by Jonathan Wolff.
by ghgovernance | | Book Review, Global Health Governance Blog. Markus Fraundorfer, Contributing Blogger Ph.D. Candidate, GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies Book Review: Jonathan Wolff, The Human Right to Health, New York and London: W.W. Norton & Company, pp.
Hardcover: $ The intractability of progress in global health can be attributed to a number of ‘grand challenges’. 7 These grand challenges are the enduring, hard-to-solve obstacles that persist in the political, legal, economic and social contours of the current international landscape and prevent the achievement of global health with justice.
8 This Cited by: Approaches to global health governance --Institutions of global health governance --New actors in global health governance --The big three: malaria, HIV/AIDS, and tuberculosis --Neglected health. Series Title: Global institutions series, Responsibility: Sophie Harman. The Ebb and Flow of Global Governance book is a gold mine of empirical observations and intriguing ideas; unlike its subject matter, this book flows without ebbing.' Duncan Snidal - University of Oxford 'The Ebb and Flow of Global Governance is enlightening and timely at the same time.Global health governance, by Jeremy Youde, Cambridge, Polity Press,pp., US$ (paperback), ISBN Is effective global health governance possible?Author: Hans Peter Schmitz.The past few decades have seen a massive increase in the number of international organizations focusing on global health.
Campaigns to eradicate or stem the spread of AIDS, SARS, malaria, and Ebola attest to the increasing importance of globally-oriented health organizations. These organizations may be national, regional, international, or even non-state organizations-like Medicins Sans.