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Author Haacker, Markus, author.

Title The economics of the global response to HIV/AIDS / Markus Haacker
Edition First edition
Published Oxford ; New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2016
©2016
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Contents Cover; The Economics of the Global Response to HIV/AIDS; Copyright; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1: Introduction; Defining Economic Focus; Structure of the Book; Part I: The Global Impact of HIV/AIDS; 2: Health Impacts of HIV/AIDS; The State of the Epidemic; Placing the Impact of HIV/AIDS in Context; Health and Demographic Consequences; Some Notes on the Impact of the Global Response; 3: Impact on Individuals and Households; The Socioeconomic Gradient of HIV/AIDS; The Economic Consequences of HIV/AIDS for Households and Individuals; Orphans
HIV/AIDS, Poverty, and Inequality4: Macroeconomic Consequences of HIV/AIDS; Overview of Macroeconomic Consequences; Modelling the Impact of HIV/AIDS on Economic Growth; Empirical Evidence on the Impact on Economic Growth; Economic Evaluation of the Health Consequences of HIV/AIDS; Part II: The Global Response to HIV/AIDS; 5: History and State of the Global Response to HIV/AIDS; The Course of the Global Response; The Financing of the Global Response to HIV/AIDS; Outlook on Financing and Sustainability; 6: Impact of the Global Response to HIV/AIDS; Challenges of Attribution
Achievements of the Global Response to HIV/AIDSImplications for Global Health Outcomes; Has the Global HIV/AIDS Response Received too Much Money?; Part III: Design and Financingof HIV/AIDS Policies; 7: Current Policy Challenges and Economic Perspectives; Current Issues in HIV/AIDS Programme Design; Understanding Cost-effectiveness; Treatment Access, Survival, and the Calculus of Cost-effectiveness; 8: Cost-effectiveness of HIV/AIDS Programmes; 'Returns to Investments' in the HIV/AIDS Response; Fiscal Space Analysis; Contribution to National Development Objectives
9: Cost-effectiveness of HIV/AIDS InterventionsPopulation Heterogeneity and Effectiveness of HIV Prevention Interventions; Condoms; Prevention Measures Targeting Key Populations; Medical Male Circumcision; Treatment; Conclusions and Outlook; 10: Optimal HIV/AIDS Spending Allocations; Combination HIV Prevention; Assessing the Optimality of the HIV/AIDS Response 'Bottom-up'; Determining Optimal HIV/AIDS Strategies; 11: Sustainable Domestic Financing; A Fiscal Perspective on Domestic HIV/AIDS Financing; Fiscal Sustainability and the Costs of the HIV/AIDS Programme
Summary The global response to HIV/AIDS has been a major aspect of global health and development policy over the last three decades. The book illustrates the devastating health impacts of the epidemic, with life expectancy in some countries falling to the lowest levels observed anywhere, and the remarkable success of the global HIV/AIDS response in reversing such extreme outcomes. Concerns about the implications of HIV/AIDS for economic development have played a role in motivating the global HIV/AIDS response. However, evidence on the impacts of HIV/AIDS on economic growth or poverty is weak, and the magnitude and relevance of such economic effects appears trivial compared to the consequences for life and health. Because of the success in extending access to treatment globally, HIV/AIDS has effectively transitioned into a chronic disease. This means that HIV/AIDS absorbs not only a substantial chunk of current global and national financial resources, but that these spending needs are projected to persist over decades. The costs of the HIV/AIDS response thus resemble a long-term financial liability, shaped by past and current policies
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject AIDS (Disease) -- Economic aspects
HIV infections -- Economic aspects
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome -- economics
HIV Infections -- economics
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economics -- General.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Reference.
AIDS (Disease) -- Economic aspects.
HIV infections -- Economic aspects.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9780191787461
0191787469
9780191027918
019102791X