On Health Inequalities, Davos, and Deadly Neoliberalism

In the contemporary policy environment, one element in particular connects health inequalities around the world: Neoliberalism as a set of norms that guide and justify policy, ultimately equating financial worth with moral worth.┬áThe connections are not only conceptual of course; they are also material and institutional, operating through such channels as campaign money, capital flight … Continue reading On Health Inequalities, Davos, and Deadly Neoliberalism