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6. Conclusion

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We can differentiate between three different aspects of global public good. First, one can speak of a wish or a goal aimed at establishing a global public good. Second, one can ascertain whether or not this global public good has in fact been delivered. Third, one can investigate which systems of production produce this public good. These distinctions lie behind this concluding survey of this book’s chapters. It is evident that there is a universal wish for procuring global health and that this wish is manifest through international health programmes. These health programmes are supported by global research in the area, and even though deficiencies can be pointed out both in regard to focus in research and in regard to funding/implementation, we are still convinced that the specific mechanisms for a sustained procurement of health as a global public good are quite firmly established on a global scale.

Keywords: global public good; global research; international health programmes



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