Correspondence: Global Health Governance after 2015

The Lancet, September 2013, Vol. 382

3 Pages Posted: 3 Feb 2016

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Steven Hoffman

York University; Harvard University

John-Arne Røttingen

Norwegian Knowledge Center for the Health Services

Date Written: September 21, 2013

Abstract

A proposal to reduce global health architecture to three actors (one to handle financing, one to set norms and standards, and one for advocacy and accountability) will likely not work. In this proposal, other core functions of the global health system, such as monitoring and multi-lateral negotiations, that will be neglected. Assigning advocacy and accountability to one party is not the most effective way to fulfill these functions.

Keywords: global, health, architecture, core, functions, system, monitoring, negotiations, advocacy, accountability

Suggested Citation

Hoffman, Steven and Røttingen, John-Arne, Correspondence: Global Health Governance after 2015 (September 21, 2013). The Lancet, September 2013, Vol. 382. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2726336

Steven Hoffman (Contact Author)

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John-Arne Røttingen

Norwegian Knowledge Center for the Health Services ( email )

Norway

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