Globalisation and neoliberalism as structural drivers of health inequities

@inproceedings{Baru2018GlobalisationAN,
  title={Globalisation and neoliberalism as structural drivers of health inequities},
  author={Rama Vaidyanathan Baru and Malu Mohan},
  booktitle={Health Research Policy and Systems},
  year={2018}
}
In this paper, we draw upon and build on three presentations which were part of the plenary session on ‘Structural Drivers of Health Inequities’ at the National Conference on Health Inequities in India: Transformative Research for Action, organised by the Achutha Menon Centre for Health Science Studies in Trivandrum, India. The three presentations discussed the influential role played by globalisation and neoliberalism in shaping economic, social and political relationships across developed and… CONTINUE READING
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