Centre for Global Health Policy

Pandemic Flu

Stefan Elbe
Anne Roemer-Mahler
Christopher Long

Members of the Centre work on a number of projects related to Pandemic Influenza, particular the links to international politics, political economy, security and diplomacy:

Elbe, Stefan. Pandemics, pills, and politics: Governing global health security. JHU Press, 2018.

Roberts, S. L., & Elbe, S. (2017). Catching the flu: syndromic surveillance, algorithmic governmentality and global health security. Security Dialogue, 48(1), 46-62.

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

McInnes, C., Kamradt-Scott, A., Lee, K., Roemer-Mahler, A., Rushton, S., & Williams, O. D. (2014). Pandemic Influenza. In The Transformation of Global Health Governance (pp. 41-58). Palgrave Pivot, London.

Elbe, S., Roemer-Mahler, A., & Long, C. (2014). Securing circulation pharmaceutically: Antiviral stockpiling and pandemic preparedness in the European Union. Security Dialogue, 45(5), 440-457.

Elbe, Stefan. "The pharmaceuticalisation of security: Molecular biomedicine, antiviral stockpiles, and global health security." Review of International Studies 40.5 (2014): 919-938.

Elbe, S., Leach, M., & Scoones, I. (2013). Pandemic Flu Controversies: What have we learned. In Reflections from a workshop to discuss lessons, policy implications and future challenges, Brighton: STEPS Centre and Centre for Global Health Policy, University of Sussex, En línea: http://steps-centre. org/event/workshop-pandemic-flu-what-have-we-learned/Consultado el (Vol. 23).

Elbe, S. (2011). Pandemics on the radar screen: health security, infectious disease and the medicalisation of insecurity. Political Studies, 59(4), 848-866.

Elbe, S. (2010). Haggling over viruses: the downside risks of securitizing infectious disease. Health Policy and Planning, 25(6), 476-485.

Elbe, S. (2007). Our epidemiological footprint: The circulation of avian flu, SARS, and HIV/AIDS in the world economy. Review of International Political Economy, 15(1), 116-130.

Workshop and Videos: Pandemic Flu Controversies: A Workshop to discuss lessons, policy implications and future challenges.