Public Health Institutions
Numerous international, national, and sub-national institutions play a critical role in public health. However, relatively little research has been conducted on these institutions, and few existing studies draw on the rich body of insights from political science, public administration, and international relations. Similarly, the existing literature on public health policy does not typically integrate concepts and theories from political science and, in particular, the rapidly growing body of research on the complex role of scientific evidence in policy making.
Through bridging public health and political science, we advise governments around the world on how to design public health institutions that are capable of addressing tomorrow’s challenges.
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