Centre for Global Health Policy

Global Health Governance

Anne Roemer Mahler
Stefan Elbe

Members of the Centre work on a number of key themes in global health governance:

Roemer-Mahler, A. (2021). Less global, less health, less governance.Global Governance Futures, 63.

McInnes, Colin, and Anne Roemer-Mahler. "From security to risk: reframing global health threats." International Affairs 93.6 (2017): 1313-1337.

Roemer-Mahler, A., & Rushton, S. (2016). Introduction: Ebola and international relations. Third World Quarterly, 37(3), 373-379.

Kamradt-Scott, A., Harman, S., Nunes, J., Roemer-Mahler, A., & Wenham, C. (2015). WHO must remain a strong global health leader post EbolaLancet.

McInnes, C., Kamradt-Scott, A., Lee, K., Roemer-Mahler, A., Rushton, S., & Williams, O. (2014). The transformation of global health governance. Springer.

Davies, S. E., Elbe, S., Howell, A., & McInnes, C. (2014). Global health in international relations: editors' introduction. Review of International Studies, 40(5), 825-834.

McInnes, Colin, Adam Kamradt-Scott, Kelley Lee, David Reubi, Anne Roemer-Mahler, Simon Rushton, Owain David Williams, and Marie Woodling. "Framing global health: the governance challenge." Global Public Health 7, no. sup2 (2012): S83-S94. 

Elbe, Stefan. "Should health professionals play the global health security card?." The Lancet 378.9787 (2011): 220-221.

Elbe, S. (2010). Security and global health. Polity.