Global governance of health: a minefield of contradictions and sectional interests
The almost universal application of policies that promote integration of the globe through trade in goods and services and liberalised flow of finances – loosely termed “globalisation” – has also necessitated development of fairly elaborate global structures of governance. In the health sector this manifests itself as global health governance, i.e. global structures that attempt to govern issues related to health that transcend national boundaries.
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