Protecting Health : the global challenge for capitalism
Securing economic growth after a financial crisis raises serious questions about capitalism's ability to protect and sustain the wellbeing of populations in rich and poor countries alike. One great gap in thinking about the future of health and wellbeing are the arrangements we put in place to organise our international institutions and policies to sustain the fortunes of societies. These arrangements are inherently political and about power. This article by Horton and Lo briefly describes the work of a commission that examines this.