How should the WHO reform?: an analysis and review of the literature

Cassels, Andrew ; Kickbusch, Ilona ; Told, Michaela ; Ghinga, Iona

Geneva : The Graduate Institute, 2014 . - 49 p.

Global Health Programme working paper ; no. 11

Abstract: This bibliography reviews and analyzes published contributions on the subject of WHO reform. The publications included come from a mixture of academic institutions, individual commentators and think tanks. In addition to providing interested readers with a digest of current literature, part of the purpose of the review is to compare and contrast the debate in the “academic community” that is external to WHO, with the actual process of reform in WHO as it continues to be negotiated by Member States and the Secretariat.

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