Discuss the cost-benefit analysis of the European Union’s REACH Policy as an efficient, effective response to chronic disease morbidity and mortality
Contrast inequality in Sweden, the US can Canada as an economic determinant of health.
How might AIDS be seen as a political economy issue as opposed to just a behavioral or biomedical issue?
Compare the 21st century Gates Grand Challenges approach to developing countries health with that of the turn the 19th century intervention of the Rockefeller/Carnegie approach in the United States.
Why might Wilkinson tell citizens of the US to turn to Denmark to find the American Dream?
Explain how the Union of Concerned Scientists analyze chronic disease in the US as a political economy problem. How would their cost- benefit approach to agricultural policy save$11 trillion?
Consider the political economy, economics, behavioral and biomedical factors that contributed to the epidemiological transition of wealthy industrialized nations and compare and contrast it with the circumstances in contemporary Africa. Include the debt/capital flight numbers provided by Ndikumana and Boyce in your answer.