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Global Health Governance

International Law and Public Health in a Divided World

by Obijiofor Aginam

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Published by University of Toronto Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International Law,
  • Public health & preventive medicine,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Law,
  • Health,
  • International,
  • Public Health,
  • Law / International

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7873799M
    ISBN 100802080006
    ISBN 109780802080004

    Global health governance has become a go-to area of work at the intersection of international relations IR and global health, where scholars and practitioners alike seek to understand the dynamics among the multiple actors working together to combat transnational health threats and improve global health outcomes. Int Stud Q. Global health actors claim to support health system strengthening — is this reality or rhetoric? In this context, global health is defined in terms of the poor, vulnerable and disadvantaged, most often to refer to the health needs of the developing world. Rosenau J, Czempiel E, editor.

    An ebook is one of two file formats that are intended to be used with e-reader devices and apps such as Amazon Kindle or Apple iBooks. You are here:. Youde discusses such contentions when he looks at the tensions between donors who prefer to contribute their funds as they choose and global health governance champions who suggest that we have moved beyond narrow self-interests to a more diverse and cosmopolitan ideal p. In a book that systematically defines the burgeoning field of global health law, Lawrence Gostin drives home the need for effective global governance for health and offers a blueprint for reform, based on the principle that the opportunity to live a healthy life is a basic human right. Global Environ Politics.

    The term, coined by Dodgson et al. The application of these distinct concepts is often unreflexive, resulting in a lack of conceptual clarity in this rapidly emerging subject area. Governance through governments state-based institutions with formal authority and powers to manage and regulate social actors is familiar. Governance, good governance and global governance: conceptual and actual challenges. Conclusion The growth in scholarly and policy attention to the challenges of achieving collective action to address shared health needs in a globalising world is an important development. PLoS Med.


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Global Health Governance book

This literature initially dealt with the policy decisions of multilateral financial institutions, notably the World Bank and IMF, along with other institutional players in global economic relations such as the WTO and OECD [ ].

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Illicit Trade and the Global Economy. Many governments identify global health as a key foreign policy objective [ 34 - 36 ]. In: Arguing Global Governance.

Koplan et al. Glob Gov. Definitions abound but most lack conceptual rigour. In conclusion, the paper suggests that international law is necessary but not sufficient to create effective global health governance. In: Global Governance: Critical Perspectives. Others take a broader approach, seeking to understand the increasingly crowded and complex institutional arrangements shaping global health policy including the rise of new state [ 57 - 61 ] and non-state actors [ 62 - 71 ], and their assemblage into public-private partnerships [ 72 - 75 ].

Abstract Background The term global health governance GHG is now widely used, with over one thousand works published in the scholarly literature, almost all since References Dodgson R, Lee K.

In broad terms, governance is needed when a collective of individuals comes together to accomplish an agreed end. There are no health sanctuaries in a globalizing world. Am J Public Health.

We are an independent research project funded through a Wellcome Trust Investigator Award and supported by an international advisory board. A second characteristic that resonates throughout the global governance literature is the importance of non-state actors.

Conversely, Youde also clearly illustrates how the empirical study of global health governance can contribute new perspectives to English School theory by bringing in greater consideration of the roles of international political economy IPE and of nonstate actors.

First, one is left wondering about the balance between the solidarist and pluralist accounts of international society put forward by Youde. Global health governance at the crossroads.Jul 23,  · This is a review of the book “Human Rights in Global Health: Rights-Based Governance for a Globalizing World” edited by Benjamin Mason Meier and Lawrence O.

Gostin. This is a review of the book “Human Rights in Global Health: Rights-Based Governance for a Globalizing World” edited by Benjamin Mason Meier and Lawrence O. atlasbowling.com: Unni Gopinathan, Unni Gopinathan. within global health governance. Governance for global health is defined in the book as the provision of “expert policy guidance, financial and technical assistance, normative standards, and accountability mechanisms” (p.

3). Importantly, the book conceives of health broadly and. Get this from a library! Global health governance. [Sophie Harman] -- "In the light of scares about potential pandemics such as swine fever and avian flu, the issue of global health and its governance is of increasing concern to scholars and practitioners of medicine.

This book presents a global justice theory—provincial globalism (PG)—and links it with the theory of shared health governance (SHG) to offer an alternative to the prevailing modus operandi, which has manifestly failed to serve global health.

Eminent scholars investigate the sharp contrast between the acute and multi-dimensional scale of the challenges to global health governance and the contradictory and ineffective responses to them. They draw on a wide range of disciplines to uncover the critical political economy dynamics in the.

Apr 28,  · The term global health governance (GHG) is now widely used, with over one thousand works published in the scholarly literature, almost all since Amid this rapid growth there is considerable variation in how the term is defined and applied, generating confusion as Cited by: