Category Archives: priority-setting

The Case for Cost-Effectiveness

It appears I’ve engaged in a bit of a bait and switch.  At the end of my last post I promised to address the issue of HIV-related health expenditures dominating global health budgets and the adverse effects of such overfunding.  … 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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