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Journal Article | Jan 2014
Background Multiple principles are relevant in priority setting, two of which are often considered particularly important. According to the ...
Priority setting, Prioritarianism, Cost-effectiveness, Equity weights, Quality-adjusted life years, Political philosophy, Empirical ethics
Health rights litigation and access to medicines: Priority classification of successful cases from Costa Rica’s constitutional chamber of the supreme court
Journal Article | Jan 2014
Although Costa Rica has no explicit constitutional right to health, its constitutional chamber of the Supreme Court (Sala IV) has become increasingly ...
Event | 2 Nov 2011
Maternal and child health is prioritized in most countries. This leads us to give less priority to the treatment of chronic diseases in adults, such as AIDS. What is the basis for such priorities?
Project | Jan 2005 - Dec 2009
The project is part of a larger reserach project conducted in collaboration with Professor Ole Fritjof Norheim at Department of Public Health ...
Africa: Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda
Journal Article | Jan 2009
On July 31, 2008, the Constitutional Court of Colombia (the Court) handed down a decision (T-760/2008) that ordered a dramatic restructuring ...
Health rights - Colombia - Courts
Journal Article | Jan 2008
Background: Maximising health as the guiding principle for resource allocation in health has been challenged by concernsabout the distribution ...
health care rationing, ethics
Revisiting Health Rights Litigation and Access to Medications in Costa Rica: Preliminary Evidence fromthe Cochrane Collaboration Reform
Journal Article | Jan 2018
In response to the incremental creation of an expansive constitutional right to health in Costa Rica, the country’s rights-friendly constitutional ...
Event | 12 May 2013
The convener of the Southern Voice on Post-MDGs, Dr Debapriya Bhattacharya, discusses post MDSs priorities from a Southern perspective.
CMI Brief | Nov 2017
Legislating a minimum age of marriage at 18 has stirred counter-mobilization in some, but not all, countries where religious or traditional ...
child marriage, counter-mobilization, Sudan, Zambia
Project | Jan - Dec 2005
This project addresses the question of how to elicit people's preferences for dsitribution of scarce resources in the health sector....
Report in External Series | May 2008
The main objective of this evaluation by the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) is to help the World Bank learn how to contribute more effectively ...
Public sector reform, anti-corruption, public finance management, civil service reform, tax administration, World Bank
Event | 5 Jun 2008
As Angola's long civil war has ended and the most immediate reconstruction priorities are being met, the country faces an historical opportunity to convert its vast resource wealth into welfare for its people.
Journal Article | Jan 2017
Payment for Performance (P4P) aims to improve provider motivation to perform better, but little is known about the effects of P4P on accountability ...
P4P, RBF, Health, Tanzania
U4 Practitioner Experience Note | Oct 2017
For fifteen years, Eurojust’s operational focus has been set by the European Commission’s Agendas on Security and Migration: treating ...
Open government and transparency reform in Chile: Balancing leadership, ambition and implementation capacity
U4 Report | Jan 2015
Chile is a successful open government reformer. The implementing agencies have achieved the targets set in the national action plans for transparency ...
U4 Brief | Jan 2014
This Brief explores what “do no harm” means for corruption control in fragile settings and analyses how aid agencies translate the ...
fragile states, anti-corruption, do no harm, policy, strategy
Programme | Jan 2008 - Jan 2012
Right to health through litigation? Can court enforced health rights improve health policy? The project investigates whether litigation can ...
Health rights, courts, health rights litigation, public interest litigation, social rights jurisprudence, health policy, health economics, medical ethics, priority setting, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, India, South Africa
News | 24 Mar 2015
The current situation in Afghanistan is the subject of two opposing narratives: one is a success story about international support and involvement since 2001; the other is a story where much has gone wrong and everything can only get worse. Agreeing on a narrative that is closer to the truth is crucial when deciding what form Norwegian support and involvement should take in the future, write Arne Strand and Liv Kjølseth.
News | 4 Apr 2014
Norwegian aid projects have not been designed or implemented in a way that makes it possible to evaluate them, concludes a recent study of the Norwegian Aid Administration.
Economist specialising in global health research
Human resources for health, quality of health services, health systems, vaccination, results based financing, priority setting in health, corruption in health, climate policy, Tanzania, Angola, Malawi, India