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Les partenariats public-privé sanitaires internationaux : diffusion et incarnation d’une norme de coopération


  • Auriane Guilbaud


This article analyses how global health public private partnerships have been institutionalized since the 1990s. I show how the top-down formulation of a loose and imprecise norm of cooperation with businesses as part of a reform of the UN system, and its subsequent clarification with the Global Compact and the Millenium Development Goals, triggered a phase of diffusion, organized around the notion of ‘partnership’, which was nonetheless vague enough to allow for various uses. Among them, I single out, define and analyze a specific institutional form, global health public-private partnerships.

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  • Auriane Guilbaud, 2015. "Les partenariats public-privé sanitaires internationaux : diffusion et incarnation d’une norme de coopération," Mondes en développement, De Boeck Université, vol. 0(2), pages 91-104.
  • Handle: RePEc:cai:meddbu:med_170_0091

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