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The politics, policy and governance of health in the EU

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EU governance 3.0 – in search of a characterisation

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The economic governance framework, established by the EU since the crisis and recession of the late 2000s, presents a new paradigm within which health policy must operate. Distinct from existing models of EU governance, it presents a challenge for health policy-makers and raises the question of a second ‘governance turn’ in EU studies. This post […]

Reforming the European Semester for health – what role for civil society?

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On 28 November 2014 the European Commission announced its plans to reform the European Semester, the EU’s annual cycle of economic policy coordination. This initiative comes in response to sustained monitoring and evaluation which suggests that the recommendations made as part of the Semester, known as the Country Specific Recommendations (CSRs), are not being implemented […]

Stakeholder involvement in health – too little, too much or just right?

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Stakeholder involvement has been the focus of much discussion and debate in recent months, in relation to both the delivery and the design of EU policy. In the current economic climate, mechanisms such as public-private partnerships (PPPs) can be effective tools for financing innovation and delivering services, but balancing the role of industry with public […]

How not to use the Health in All Policies principle

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In November 2009, following a sustained campaign by health actors and against strong opposition from the pharmaceutical industry, responsibility for EU policy on health technologies and pharmaceuticals was moved under the purview of the Directorate General (DG) for Health and Consumer Policy (SANCO). On 10 September 2014, the President-elect of the new European Commission, Jean-Claude […]

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