- Research Professor Emeritus+47 97073042
This project intends to evaluate eight potential policy interventions to support global health institutions to scale up access to and innovation for cost-effective and life-saving commodities, especially for the world’s poorest children and women.
FNI is involved in two of these interventions:
1) How do emerging middle-income countries influence global policy arenas and thereby shape access to medicines for poor countries and peoples? Sandberg and Andresen are supervisors to a phd study developed under this theme.
2) How can global health institutions be reformed and how can new international partnerships be developed for better support and access to life-saving commodities?
The project is coordinated by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
Project period: 2014-2018
FNI PROJECT LEADER
- Norwegian Institute of Public Health (project coordinator)
- University of Bergen
- Harvard University
- University of Ottawa
- Research Council of Norway (GLOBVAC Programme)
PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
The role of government agencies and other actors in influencing access to medicines in three East African countries
Health Policy and Planning, Vol 36, No 3, 2021, pp. 312-321.
What can be learned from experience with scientific advisory bodies in the field of international environmental politics?
Global Challenges, Vol 2, No 9, 7 p. DOI: 10.1002/gch2.201800055
In N. Kanie and F. Biermann (eds), Governing through Goals: The Sustainable Development Goals and Governance Innovation. MIT Press, 2017, pp. 165-187.
Global Health Governance, Vol X, No 2, 2016, pp. 80-92.
Much can be learned about addressing antibiotic resistance from multilateral environmental agreements
The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Vol 43, No S3, 2015, pp. 46-54.