Will effective health delivery platforms be built in low-income countries
- Medicine, Political Science
The chapter examines what happened to the additional funding for global health from an international political economy perspective and proposes a solution that combines rights-based advocacy for effective health delivery platforms, unequivocal support for a minimum level of health promoting efforts available to all humans, and a practical solution to make it all possible.
An alternative mechanism for international health aid: evaluating a Global Social Protection Fund.
- Economics, MedicineHealth policy and planning
It is found that common targets for health funding in low-income countries require higher levels of aid expenditures than presently distributed, and payments from high- Income countries are also likely to decrease over time as middle- income countries' economies grow.
Global constitutionalism, applied to global health governance: uncovering legitimacy deficits and suggesting remedies
- Political ScienceGlobalization and Health
This essay employs global constitutionalism to examine how and why global health governance, as currently structured, has struggled to advance the right to health, a fundamental human rights obligation enshrined in the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
Analysing Proposals for Reform of the Global Health Architecture
- Political Science