Special Issue: Ebola: Implications For Global Health Governance

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VOLUME X, NO. 1

SPECIAL ISSUE (SPRING 2016)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

EBOLA: IMPLICATIONS FOR GLOBAL HEALTH GOVERNANCE

INTRODUCTION: EBOLA: IMPLICATIONS FOR GLOBAL HEALTH GOVERNANCE
Joshua Busby, Karen A. Grépin and Jeremy Youde

COMMENTARY: NORMS WON’T SAVE YOU: EBOLA AND THE NORM OF GLOBAL HEALTH SECURITY
Sophie Harman

FEAR, APATHY, AND THE EBOLA CRISIS (2014-15): PSYCHOLOGY AND PROBLEMS OF GLOBAL HEALTH GOVERNANCE
Andrew Price-Smith and Jackson Porreca

COMMENTARY: EBOLA AND WHO REFORM
Charles Clift

HUMAN SECURITY GOVERNANCE: IS UNMEER THE WAY FORWARD?
Maryam Deloffre

COMMENTARY: LESSONS FROM LIBERIA: GLOBAL HEALTH GOVERNANCE IN THE POST-EBOLA PARADIGM
Timothy Mackey

LET’S NOT MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE AGAIN: A POLITICAL ECONOMY ANALYSIS OF SIERRA LEONE’S CHOLERA AND EBOLA EPIDEMIC RESPONSES
Rosalind McCollum and Miriam Taegtmeyer

WHAT DISEASES ARE LIKE EBOLA?:A PROCESS FOR DEFINING PRIORITY DISEASES FOR A PANDEMIC R&D FINANCING FACILITY
Jessica Flannery, Gabriel Seidman, Yadira Almodovar-Diaz, Usman Munir, Nurah Alamro and Suerie Moon

THE EBOLA CRISIS AND HEALTH SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
Alexandra Kaasch