4. Globalization and Health

Globalization could be a major challenge to open health, especially in developing countries, but the link between globalization and health is complex. Although there has been a growing body of literature on this subject, it is fractional, and it is plagued by a lack of an agreed-upon framework for examining the direct and indirect wellbeing outcomes of various global trades.
This paper presents a conceptual system for the relationship between economic and health exchange, with the aim of serving as a basis for compiling relevant literature, distinguishing information holes, and ultimately developing national and international wellbeing policies. This framework includes both indirect wellbeing impacts, operating within the national economy, local economy and health-related sectors such as water, sanitation and education, and direct impacts on individual health risks and the environment. Health care system

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