INTH-356 Globalization and Health- Social Determinants and Politics of Health in the Global Marketplace
Spring for 2017-2018
The course will examine economic, social, technological and importantly the political dimensions of globalization and how they impact health status, the provision of health care, and global public health. The course will analyze the effects of the global market place and its key actors on opportunities and risks for health. It will examine in depth the effects on population health of transnational legal frameworks, the international institutions, multinational and the civil society players that influence and respond to the globalization process.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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