Routledge Handbook on the Politics of Global Health (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
440
Utgivningsdatum
2018-12-27
Förlag
Routledge
Illustrationer
7 Line drawings, black and white; 3 Tables, black and white
Dimensioner
247 x 196 x 31 mm
Vikt
997 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781138238596
Routledge Handbook on the Politics of Global Health (inbunden)

Routledge Handbook on the Politics of Global Health

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In the early twenty-first century, key public health issues and challenges have taken centre stage on the global scene, and health has been placed at the heart of our collective aspirations for human development and well-being. But significant debate exists not only about the causes, but also about the possible solutions for nearly all of the most important global health challenges. Competing visions of the values and perspectives that should underlie global health policies have emerged, ranging from an emphasis on cost eff ectiveness and resource constraints on one extreme, to new calls for health and human rights, and renewed calls for health and social justice on the other. The role of different intergovernmental agencies, bilateral or unilateral donors, public or private institutions and initiatives, has increasingly been called into question, whilst the spread of neoliberal policies and programmes, and existing international trade regimes and intellectual property rights, are deeply implicated in relation to global health responses. This volume critically evaluates how the global health industry has evolved and how the interests of diverse political and economic stakeholders are shaping the context of a rapidly changing institutional landscape. Bringing together leading authors from across the world, the Handbook's eight sections explore: * Critical perspectives on global health * Globalisation, neoliberalism, and health systems * The changing shape of global health governance * Development assistance and the politics of global health * Scale-up, scale-down, and the sustainability of global health programmes * Intellectual property rights, trade relations, and global health * Humanitarian emergencies and global health politics * Human rights, social justice, and global health The Routledge Handbook on the Politics of Global Health addresses both the emerging issues and conceptualisations of the political strategies, policy-making processes, and global governance of global health, along with expanding upon and highlighting the critical priorities in this rapidly evolving field. It provides an authoritative overview for students, practitioners, researchers, and policymakers working in or concerned with the politics of public health around the globe.
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Richard Parker is Senior Visiting Professor in the Institute for the Study of Collective Health (IESC) at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Executive Director of the Brazilian Interdisciplinary AIDS Association (ABIA), as well as Editor-in-Chief of the journal, Global Public Health, published by Routledge. Jonathan Garcia is Assistant Professor in Global Health at Oregon State University, where he directs the graduate program in Global Health. His research on global health disparities is carried out in partnership with community-based organizations in Brazil, Peru, and India.

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Part I. Critical Perspectives on Global Health Chapter 1. South-North Commonalities and Fault-lines in Global Health Gita Sen Chapter 2. The Right to Health under Capitalism: Threats, Confrontations and Possibilities Cesar Abadia-Barrero and Adriana Ardila-Sierra Chapter 3. South African AIDS Activism: Lessons for High-Impact Global Health Advocacy Mandisa Mbali Chapter 4. Neglect in Global Health Joao Nunes Chapter 5. The Politics of Funding Research in Global Health Partnerships Johanna T. Crane, Irene Andia Biraro, Tamer M. Fouad, Yap Boum II, and David Bangsberg Chapter 6. From Global Health to Planetary and Micro Global Health: Theorizing Global Health's Present Remodeling and Scaling Joao Biehl and Yi Ching Ong Part II. Globalization, Neoliberalism, and Health Systems Chapter 7. Boundaries of Global Health Politics in the 'Fourth World': Determinants of Political Will for Hepatitis C Treatment Jonathan Garcia, Devynne Nelons, Tayler Tobey, Katherine Marsi Chapter 8. Sabotaged Bodies, Sacrifice, and Lost Youth under Punitive Neoliberalism Luis L. M. Aguiar Chapter 9. 'Willingness to Pay': How Health Care User Fees Spread around the World, 1965-2015 Aaron Shakow and Salmaan Keshavjee Chapter 10. The Politics of Health Systems Strengthening Katerini Storeng, Ruth J. Prince and Arima Mishra Chapter 11. National and Subnational Politics of Health Systems' Origins and Change Radhika Gore Part III. The Changing Shape of Global Health Governance Chapter 12. Reforming the World Health Organization Yanzhong Huang and Gabriela Meltzer Chapter 13. Health Governance: A Neglected and an Uncharted Path of Governance in Africa Oyewale Tomori Chapter 14. Learning from Research on Experiences of Health Diplomacy in Africa Rene Loewenson and Bente Molenaar-Neufeld Chapter 15. China's Role in Global Health Governance Jeremy Youde Chapter 16. Aiming for Synergies between Global Health Security and Global Health Justice, with Help from a Framework Convention on Global Health Gorik Ooms and Albrecht Jahn Chapter 17. Health and Global Governance: The Case of Development Cooperation on Hakan Thoern Part IV. Development Assistance and The Politics of Global Health Chapter 18. Global Health Challenges in the Era of Sustainable Development Goals Nana Poku and Jim Whitman Chapter 19. Disrupting Global Health: The Gates Foundation and the Vaccine Business Jacob Levich Chapter 20. National Influence in Global Health Governance: The Case of the United Kingdom's Department for International Development Daniel E. Esser Chapter 21. The Crossroads of Development Assistance and National Development Agendas in the Countries of South Eastern Europe Neda Milevska Kostova, Elizabeth J. King, and Kristefer Stojanovski Chapter 22. On the Life History of HIV Interventions in India: Avahan, Organic Intellectuals, and the Fate of Community Mobilization Robert Lorway, Shamshad Khan, Monika Doshi, Sundar Sundararaman, and Sushena-Reza Paul Part V. Scale-Up, Scale-Down, and the Sustainability of Global Health Programs Chapter 23. Scaling-up and Losing the Signal: The Global HIV and AIDS Epidemic Alan Whiteside Chapter 24. Brazil and the Changing Meanings of 'Universal Access' to Antiretrovirals during the Early 21st Century Marcos Cueto Chapter 25. 'Ending AIDS' or Scaling Down the HIV Response? Nora Kenworthy, Matthew Thomann and Richard Parker Chapter 26. Enabling Positive Change: Learning from Progress and Setback in HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health Purnima Mane and Peter Aggleton Chapter 27. The Global Politics of Polio Eradication William S. Schulz and Heidi J. Larson Part VI. Intellectual Property Rights, Trade Relations and Global Health Chapter 28. Politics of Access to Medicines and Human Rights Anand Grover Chapter 29. Trading