The European Union and Infectious Diseases: Explanations for Policy and Legal Reform
Over the past two decades, infectious disease control and prevention increasingly have become a part of the European Union�s competences and it has developed numerous policies and institutions in the field. This �Europeanization� of infectious diseases, whilst implicitly accepted in much of the scholarship, has been historically largely unexplored and under-explained.1 This paper seeks to contribute to the growing body of research into the explanations for European integration and policymaking...[Show more]
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