Category Archives: equity

The Other Middle Class

Foreign aid is a tricky thing. While it can often be a shining example of humanitarianism and compassion, it can also smack of real politik; who gives to whom, how much, and when is often more a reflection of geopolitical … Continue reading

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Artificial Epidemics

Rounding out our first week, I want to reflect on some themes introduced by fellow MethodLogicians. Namely, the intersection of political economy and health, and the way global health and development priorities are set. I’ll start with one of the … Continue reading

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