Trade and Investment Agreements and the Global Politics of Health

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Trade and Investment Agreements and the Global Politics of Health. / Holden, Christopher; Hawkins, Benjamin Roberts.

Oxford Handbook of Global Health Politics. ed. / Colin McInnes; Kelley Lee. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018. p. 1-21 (Oxford Handbooks Online).

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Harvard

Holden, C & Hawkins, BR 2018, Trade and Investment Agreements and the Global Politics of Health. in C McInnes & K Lee (eds), Oxford Handbook of Global Health Politics. Oxford Handbooks Online, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 1-21.

APA

Holden, C., & Hawkins, B. R. (2018). Trade and Investment Agreements and the Global Politics of Health. In C. McInnes, & K. Lee (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Global Health Politics (pp. 1-21). (Oxford Handbooks Online). Oxford University Press.

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Holden C, Hawkins BR. Trade and Investment Agreements and the Global Politics of Health. In McInnes C, Lee K, editors, Oxford Handbook of Global Health Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2018. p. 1-21. (Oxford Handbooks Online).

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Holden, Christopher ; Hawkins, Benjamin Roberts. / Trade and Investment Agreements and the Global Politics of Health. Oxford Handbook of Global Health Politics. editor / Colin McInnes ; Kelley Lee. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018. pp. 1-21 (Oxford Handbooks Online).

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