Global health governance and tropical diseases
Till Bärnighausen (),
David Bloom and
Salal Humair ()
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Till Bärnighausen: Harvard School of Public Health
Salal Humair: Harvard School of Public Health
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In this chapter, we briefly review the overall system of global health governance and its evolution over the last decade, the emerging challenges it faces, its strengths and weaknesses, and how these strengths and weaknesses affect the system’s ability to address tropical diseases in the future.
Keywords: Global health governance; Tropical diseases (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Working Paper: Global Health Governance and Tropical Diseases (2013)
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