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The political economy of the SARS epidemic

Grace O. M. Lee

The political economy of the SARS epidemic

the impact on human resources in East Asia

by Grace O. M. Lee

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Published by Routledge in Abingdon, Oxon [England], N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • SARS (Disease) -- Economic aspects -- East Asia,
  • Human services -- East Asia,
  • Globalization -- Economic aspects -- East Asia,
  • East Asia -- Economic conditions -- 21st century,
  • East Asia -- Social policy

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGrace O.M. Lee and Malcolm Warner.
    SeriesRoutledge studies in the growth economies of Asia
    ContributionsWarner, Malcolm.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA644.S17 L44 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24056999M
    ISBN 109780415394987
    LC Control Number2007012394

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This book discusses the political economy of the SARS epidemic and its impact on human resources in East Asia, as it occurred in The epidemic. Summary. This book discusses the political economy of the SARS epidemic and its impact on human resources in East Asia, as it occurred in The epidemic spread from the People’s Republic of China, to Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan, amongst other countries in East Asia and as far away as North America, particularly Canada, the EU and elsewhere.

This book discusses the political economy of the SARS epidemic and its impact on human resources in East Asia, as it occurred in The epidemic spread from the People's Republic of China, to Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan, amongst other countries in East Asia and as far away as North America, particularly Canada, the EU and elsewhere.

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Providing new insights and understanding of the political economy of SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) - the epidemic that swept many Asian countries inthis book examines the consequences of SARS in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and elsewhere in Asia, with particular attention to the economic, labour market and human.

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The SARS epidemic was not simply a public health problem. Indeed, it caused the most severe socio-political crisis for the Chinese leadership since the Tiananmen crackdown. Outbreak of the disease fueled fears among economists that China’s economy was headed for a serious downturn. A fatal period of hesitation regarding information-sharing and action spawned Cited by: The Political Economy of the SARS Epidemic: The Impact on Human Resources in East Asia (Routledge Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia) The Political Economy of the SARS Epidemic: The Impact on Human Resources in East Asia (Routledge Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia) Lee, Grace & Warner, Malcolm.

£ Twenty-first century plague The story of SARS. Twenty-first century plague. This book discusses the political economy of the SARS epidemic Author: James M Hughes. For many Americans right now, the scale of the coronavirus crisis calls to mind 9/11 or the financial crisis—events that reshaped society in lasting ways, from.

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Abstract. In Chinese Law on SARS, Chenglin Liu recounts the tale of China’s efforts to cope with the recent SARS epidemic.

The outbreak of SARS coincided with the full session of the 10th National People’s Congress, which elected a new Central Government in response to governmental failures in dealing with the : Vincent Johnson, Brian T. Bagley. The SARS epidemic of was one of the most serious public health crises of our times.

The event, which lasted only a few months, is best seen as a warning shot, a wake-up call for public health professionals, security officials, economic planners, and policy makers everywhere. SARS in China addresses the structure and impact of the epidemic and its short and medium range.

How the Coronavirus Epidemic Could Upend the Global Economy of International and Public Affairs and his most recent book is Us of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in. The coronavirus crisis has thrown into sharp relief the interlocked embrace of globalisation and nationalism and shown the limits of the neo-liberal globalisation that has reigned supreme since the s.

The pandemic has at the same time showed up the fecklessness of some political leaders and the incompetence of many governments. The SARS epidemic was the first epidemic of the 21st century to pose a threat to global health and generate considerable panic across the globe.

Fortunately, due to the rapid containment of the epidemic, both the harm to the public’s health and economic losses were not as considerable as many feared they might be. Elizabeth C. Economy, director of the Council on Foreign Relations Asia Studies Department, says that China s initial response to the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) epidemic had have.

As the first severe infectious disease to emerge in the twenty-first century, SARS caused the most serious socio-political crisis for the Chinese leadership since the Tiananmen crackdown. An analysis of infectious disease as a threat to national security that examines the destabilizing effects of the Spanish Flu pandemic, HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa, SARS, and Mad Cow ians from Thucydides to William McNeill have pointed to the connections between disease and civil society.

Political scientists have investigated the relationship of public health. Infectious Change is an impressive contribution to both China studies and to medical anthropology!" —Arthur Kleinman, Director, Harvard Asia Center "Meticulously crafted, Infectious Change draws readers into the world of Chinese public health after SARS.

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By the time we come out of the Coronavirus epidemic, the context of British politics may well look very different. It’s hard yet to tell how far the dominant narratives will have changed, but. The coronavirus epidemic may be center-stage for epidemiologists and other health professionals right now, but it is unquestionably also a political-economy event in China with important.

In the late autumn of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) broke out in Foshan city in the People's Republic of China, and over the next few months it rapidly spread to every continent and 29 countries. Although plagues may be global events, they are ultimately fought at the local level.

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Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you. The SARS epidemic of was one of the most serious public health crises of our times. The event, which lasted only a few months, is best seen as a warning shot, a wake-up call for public health professionals, security officials, economic planners, and policy makers everywhere.

SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) is one of the "new"; epidemics. In the first half ofsevere acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) struck China (including Hong Kong), causing panic and claiming many lives.

The unknown nature of SARS at that time also jolted the economic growth of China and Hong Kong, disrupted the social life of their citizens and created much stress and strain for their political systems. The global epidemic of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) was an unplanned occurrence, an accident.

The time and place of its initiation and thus first target, denoted the “index” case, could not be fixed with accuracy, but was perhaps, sometime in November somewhere in southern rural by: 3. Pandemics are large-scale outbreaks of infectious disease that can greatly increase morbidity and mortality over a wide geographic area and cause significant economic, social, and political disruption.

Evidence suggests that the likelihood of pandemics has increased over the past century because of increased global travel and integration, urbanization, changes in land use, Cited by: 4.

As the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) coronavirus spread around the globe, so too did its political, economic, and sociological repercussions. The ensuing multinational effort launched in response to SARS placed unprecedented demands on affected countries for timely, accurate case reporting; cooperation with expert teams coordinated.

Introduction. An epidemic of a previously unknown infectious disease spread across several parts of the world in spring This new disease, given the name Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), inspired a major response from the international public health community, as well as from the local governments by: This book is a product of a conference held at Harvard University right after the SARS epidemic in September With contributions from academics representing several fields, a journalist and a World Health Organization (WHO) officer, this book attempts to give a balanced view of the global calamity centred on China, and has largely succeeded.

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Past epidemics frequently forced philosophers into productive, quiet self-isolation; some sickened, and a few even died. The SARS epidemic exacted a toll of about $40 billion on the global economy, the swine flu epidemic reached about $50 billion, and the West African Ebola epidemic cost nearly $53 Author: Laurie Garrett.

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The S&P stock index is down about 19 percent from its highs a month ago. The epidemic did not move to Beijing or to the West or even further South. The measures taken to confine the virus geographically were draconian. They would be almost impossible to replicate elsewhere for political, economic, and cultural reasons.

Reports coming out of China suggest the treatments and the policies were anything but caring. Downloadable (with restrictions)! SARS struck Taiwan incausing a national crisis. Many people feared that SARS would spread through the health care system, and outpatient visits fell by more than 30% in the course of a few weeks.

We examine how both public information and the behavior and opinions of peers contributed to this reaction.An analysis of infectious disease as a threat to national security that examines the destabilizing effects of the Spanish Flu pandemic, HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa, SARS, and Mad Cow Disease.

Historians from Thucydides to William McNeill have pointed to the connections between disease and civil society. Political scientists have investigated the relationship of public health. The outbreak of the SARS (Serious Acute Respiratory Syndrome) epidemic and its potential economic impact have created a major political crisis in China.

Having covered up the extent of the problem.