Medical research and global awareness of health inequalities
continue to grow apace. Why then is global health inequality
widening, with benefits disproportionally affecting the richest
third? How can obstacles to more equitable healthcare be overcome?
This passionately-argued book presents answers that will be
essential reading for everyone interested in global health, public
health, public policy and economics. Policy makers in global
communities and government, political activists and all those with
an interest in equality in healthcare will find stimulating,
well-supported analyses of the interaction between neoliberal
policies, geopolitical issues and health. Meanwhile professionals
in international healthcare organisations, care agencies, and
international charities will find challenging and refreshing
socio-political solutions to those offered by the current
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