BMC Public Health
(Accessed 2 Oct 2021)
Governance structure affects transboundary disease management under alternative objectives
The development of public health policy is inextricably linked with governance structure. In our increasingly globalized world, human migration and infectious diseases often span multiple administrative jurisdictions that might have different systems of government and divergent management objectives. However, few studies have considered how the allocation of regulatory authority among jurisdictions can affect disease management outcomes.
Authors: Julie C. Blackwood, Mykhaylo M. Malakhov, Junyan Duan, Jordan J. Pellett, Ishan S. Phadke, Suzanne Lenhart, Charles Sims and Katriona Shea
Citation: BMC Public Health 2021 21:1782
Content type: Research
Published on: 2 October 2021