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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Reproductive Health, Trade Liberalization, and Development
  • Elissa Braunstein and Caren Grown
  • Part I: Conceptual Overviews: Direct and Indirect Linkages
    • 1. Trade Liberalization and Reproductive Health: A Framework for Understanding the Linkages - Caren Grown
    • 2. Implication of GATS for Reproductive Health Services - Debra Lipson
    • 3.Women's Work, Autonomy and Reproductive Health: The Role of Trade and Investment Liberalization - Elissa Braunstein
  • Part II: Country Case Studies
    • 4. Implications of Trade Liberalization for Working Women's Marriage: Case Studies of Bangladesh, Egypt and Vietnam - Sajeda Amin
    • 5. Trade Liberalization, Women's Migration and Reproductive Health in China - Lin Tan, Zhenzhen Zheng, and Yueping Song
    • 6. Women's Reproductive Health in Export Industries at National Borders - Catalina Denman
    • 7. Runaway Knowledge: Trade Liberalization and Reproductive Practices among Sri Lanka's Garment Factory Workers - Sandya Hewamanne
  • Part III: Trade Liberalization and Government Capacity to Deliver Reproductive Health Supplies and Servies
    • 8. I Would Pay if I Could Pay in Maize: Trade Liberalization, User Fees in Health and Women's Health Seeking in Tanzania - Priya Nanda
    • 9. Tripping Up: AIDs, Pharmaceuticals and Intellectual Property in South Africa - Pranitha Maharaj and Benjamin Roberts
    • 10. Midwifery and Nursing Migration: Implications of Trade Liberalization for Maternal Health in Low-Income Countries - Nancy Gerein and Andrew Green
  • Part IV: Policy and Advocacy
    • 11. Trade Agreements and Reproductive Health and Rights: An Agenda for Analysis and Advocacy - Marceline White
    • 12. Reproductive Health Advocacy - Alaka Malwade Basu
  • About the Contributors
  • Index

About the Author

Caren Grown is director of the gender equality and economy program at the Levy Economics Institute in the US. She works closely with the international women's networks DAWN and AWID and is a consultant for the Ford Foundation and UN. Her co-editors and contributors are academics and researchers around the world.

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'This excellent collection of papers that address concrete trade and health issues in specific countries within a conceptual framework that pretty much makes sense of it all...Trading Women's Health and Rights? sets out its premises at the outset and follows through with illuminating case studies, careful analysis, and a lot of information about trade agreements and their health consequences that are unlikely to be known to population specialists. To the editors and authors of what must have seemed at the outset a most formidable task, Salud!' Ruth Dixon-Mueller, Book reviews

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