Restructuring Global Health Policy-Making: the Role of Global Public-Private Partnerships

  • Eeva Ollila
Part of the Social Policy in a Development Context book series (SPDC)


The last two decades have seen major shifts in global health policy-making, in terms of actors and agendas and in underlying broader policies and ideologies. First there was a shift from the UN agencies towards financial institutions, then increased influence of private interests in the UN system, and finally global legally independent entities were constructed as public-private partnerships and became important health policy-makers at the global level and at developing country national level.


Private Sector Global Fund Private Partnership Global Policy Global Public Good 
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© United Nations Research Institute for Social Development 2005

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  • Eeva Ollila

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