•Historical character and definitions of globalization •The global trade regime and the WTO
•Health effects of globalization •Globalization’s pathways to health and illness
•Governments standing up for themselves and for health •Table 9-4, p. 444: Challenges for
occupational health in some developing countries •Informal sector •International labour
•The ‘disease control’ conception of international health: its successes and limitations •
Healthy societies: case studies
•Developed and developing welfare/protectionist regimes •Latin American social medicine
in action, including examples
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•Traditional ways of doing international health •Practicing international health •
Logic of world order and its relation to international health •Changing patterns of
international health •Alternative approaches to traditional international health •What
constitutes success in international health?
Historical character and definitions of globalization the global trade regime and the wto. Health effects of globalization globalization"s pathways to health and illness. Governments standing up for themselves and for health table 9-4, p. 444: challenges for. Week 10: occupational health in some developing countries informal sector international labour standards. The disease control" conception of international health: its successes and limitations . Developed and developing welfare/protectionist regimes latin american social medicine. Logic of world order and its relation to international health .