Brigitte Granville (ed.)

This edited volume highlights the pressing issue of the availability of essential medicines in developing countries.

This edited volume highlights the pressing issue of the availability of essential medicines in developing countries. It includes perspectives from developed and developing countries, the public and the private sector, and health service delivery, as well as research and development issues. The book includes contributions from Keith Maskus, Professor of economics, University of Colorado; Jayashree Watal, WTO; Oxfam; Jillian Cohen, World Bank; Andrew Creese, World Health Organisation; Dorothy Ochola, National Coordinator of the UNAIDS/Ministry of Health HIV/AIDS Drug Access Initiative, Uganda; Louisiana Lush, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Available in paperback and hardback.