Global Public Goods for Health: Health Economic and Public Health Perspectives

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There is a growing awareness of cross-border issues in health that require new policy responses and financing mechanisms. This expanding importance of health as an international issue, and the growth in attention given to health by non-health sector bodies, has brought to prominence the concept of Global Public Goods (GPGs) as applied to health: 'goods' that are in the interest of the world as a whole, but where 'public good' attributes (non excludability and non rivalry in consumption) mean that there is a lack of ...

Global Public Goods for Health: Health Economic and Public Health Perspectives 2003, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780198527985

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