The Transformation of Global Health Governance: Competing Ideas, Interests and Institutions by C. McInnesThe Transformation of Global Health Governance: Competing Ideas, Interests and Institutions by C. McInnes

The Transformation of Global Health Governance: Competing Ideas, Interests and Institutions

byC. McInnes, A. Kamradt-scott, K. Lee

Hardcover | April 29, 2014

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The authors examine how health governance is being transformed amid globalization, characterized by the emergence of new actors and institutions, and the interplay of competing ideas about global health. They explore how this has affected the governance of specific health issues, such as HIV/AIDS, pandemic influenza, tobacco control and access to medicines, and how it relates to global governance more broadly. Adopting a multi-layer perspective on global health governance, the authors suggest how global health governance might move forward more effectively.
Colin McInnes is Director of the Centre for Health and International Relations (CHAIR) at Aberystwyth University, UK and UNESCO Professor of HIV/AIDS, Education and Health Security in Africa. He has published widely on the international politics of global health and has advised governments, international organisations and civil societ...
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Title:The Transformation of Global Health Governance: Competing Ideas, Interests and InstitutionsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:144 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0 inPublished:April 29, 2014Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1. Global Governance and Health
2. HIV/AIDS
3. Pandemic Influenza
4.Tobacco Control
5. Access to Medicines and the International Patent Rights Regime
6. Conclusion: The Transformation of Global Health Governance