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Lecture 2

week 2 Q

International Development Studies
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Guerra Salazar, Rene

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Why study health policy? What is policy? What is health policy? Political nature of
health Policy context, process, and actors The political economy of health and
Models for understanding health and disease Political economy of international
health framework The political economy of health approach Major tenets Key analytic
questions for a political economy approach to social (including international health) inquiry
Using the political economy of health approach to understand health problems Phases
and “models” of development What is development? Development and the Third
World Development theories Critique of development theories from a health
perspective Financial, oil, and debt crises and the breakdown of the postwar development
model, 1970s to early 1980s Neoliberalism, mid-1980s to the present The Millennium
Development Goals Health and human rights approach
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