Publisher description for The politics of global health governance : united by contagion / by Mark W. Zacher, Tania J. Keefe.
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AIDS, Ebola, SARS and Malaria – the list of deadly infectious diseases that provoke panic and cause devastating losses of life and economic welfare is virtually endless. In recent years the fight against infectious diseases has become a catalyst for cooperation in a world that is truly united by contagion. To an unprecedented degree, governments, international organizations, nongovernmental organizations, philanthropic foundations, and private sector businesses are banding together to contain, control and, when possible, cure infectious diseases. This book examines the nature and politics of global cooperation to combat infectious diseases in a world more interconnected than at any point in history.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Medical policy -- International cooperation.
Communicable diseases -- Congrol -- International cooperation.
Communicable Disease Control -- methods.