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Public-Private Partnerships for Public Health

Edited by Michael R. Reich

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$15.00 • £13.95 • €13.95

ISBN 9780674008656

Publication Date: 05/15/2002


216 pages

3 line drawings, 9 tables

Harvard Series on Population and International Health


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  • Preface
  • 1. Introduction: Public–Private Partnerships for Public Health [Michael R. Reich]
  • 2. Public–Private Partnerships: Illustrative Examples [Metokunbo O. Lucas]
  • 3. Cross-Sector Collaboration: Lessons from the International Trachoma Initiative [Diana Barren, James Austin, and Sheila McCarthy]
  • 4. The Ethics of Public–Private Partnerships [Marc J. Roberts, A.G. Breitenstein, and Clement S. Roberts]
  • 5. A Partnership for Ivermectin: Social Worlds and Boudary Objects [Ian Frost, Michael R. Reich, and Tomoko Fujisaki]
  • 6. The Last Years of the CVI and the Birth of the GAVI [William Muraskin]
  • 7. The World Health Organization and Global Public–Private Health Partnerships: In Search of “Good” Global Governance [Kent Buse and Gill Walt]
  • Contributors
  • Index

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