A Global Social Support System: What the International Community Could Learn From the United States' National Basketball Association's Scheme for Redistribution of New Talent.

@article{Ooms2015AGS,
  title={A Global Social Support System: What the International Community Could Learn From the United States' National Basketball Association's Scheme for Redistribution of New Talent.},
  author={Gorik Ooms and David Stuckler and Sanjay Basu and Martin McKee},
  journal={International journal of health policy and management},
  year={2015},
  volume={4 11},
  pages={
          715-8
        }
}
If global trade were fair, it is argued, then international aid would be unnecessary and inequalities inherent to the economic system would be justifiable. Here, we argue that while global trade is unfair, in part because richer countries set the rules, we believe that additional interventions must go beyond trade regulation and short-term aid to redress inequalities among countries that will persist and possibly worsen in spite of such measures. Drawing on an example of measures taken to… CONTINUE READING
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