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Global public goods for health; health economic public perspectives
  1. Inge Kaul

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    Edited by Richard Smith, Robert Beaglehole, David Woodward, and Nick Drager. Published by Oxford University Press, Oxford: 2003, pp 287. ISBN 0-19-852544-3 (hardback). 0-19-852798-5 (paperback)

    This volume explores the applicability of the concept of global public goods to health and health related issues as well as the question of the added value—for example, in terms of new analytical insights or a better understanding of various policy approaches and …

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