Posted by: tommecrow | November 8, 2013

Liberalisation, Income and Health

It is commonly argued that the world has undergone fundamental transformations over the past twenty years as ‘places’ and people become amalgamated into a world system of flows. Information, disease, and commodities (including people) are crossing boarders with relative freedom, providing the stimulus for global corporations and international non-governmental organisations to expand into previously disregarded spaces .

 Many academics have argued that this interconnectivity has eroded state boundaries, and is increasingly challenging the role of the state as a territorial entity. The push by international financial organisations for countries to adopt stringent neoliberal policies and ‘roll back’ state spending in favour of privatization has added further questions to the new roll of the state in the modern world system.”

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