Bang H.P. (2004), ‘Culture governance: governing self-reflexive modernity’, Public Administration, 82(1): 157–190.
Bang H.P., Hansen A.D., and Hoff J. (eds.) (2000), Democracy From Below: Case Studies from a Danish Municipality, Copenhagen: DJOF Forlag.
Barnett M.N. and Duvall R. (2005), Power in Global Governance, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Bartsch S. and Kohlmorgen L. (2007), The Role of Southern Actors in Global Governance: The Fights Against HIV/AIDS, Hamburg: Deutschen Uebersee-Instituts.
Benner T., Reinicke W.H., and Witte J.M. (2005), ‘Multisectoral networks in global governance: Towards a pluralistic system of accountability’, in Held D. and Koenig-Archibugi M. (eds.), Global Governance and Public Accountability, Malden: Blackwell.
Brand U. (2005), ‘Order and regulation: global governance as a hegemonic discourse of international politics’, Review of International Political Economy, 12(1):155–176.
Brogan D. and Mossialos E. (2006), ‘Applying the concepts of financial options to stimulate vaccine development’, Nature Reviews: Drug Discovery, 5: 641–647.
Buckup S. (2008), ‘Global public–private partnerships against neglected diseases: building governance structures for effective outcomes’, Health Economics, Policy and Law,3:31–50.
Bull B., Boas M., and McNeill D. (2004), ‘Private sector influence in the multilateral system: a changing structure of world governance?’, Global Governance, 10: 481–498.
Buse K. (2004), ‘Governing public–private infection disease partnerships’, Brown Journal of World Affairs, 10(2): 225–242.
Buse K. and Harmer A. (2004), ‘Power to the partners? The politics of public–private health partnerships’, Development, 47(2): 49–56.
Buse K. and Harmer A. (2007), ‘Seven habits of highly effective global public–private health partnerships: practice and potential’, Social Science and Medicine, 64(2): 159–171.
Castells M. (2000), The Rise of the Network Society: the Information Age, Economy, Society and Culture, 2nd edn, Oxford: Blackwell.
Deacon B., Ollila E., Koivusalo M., and Stubbs P. (2003), Global Social Governance: Themes and Prospects, Helsinki: Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
Dryzek J.S. and Niemeyer S.J. (2006), ‘Reconciling pluralism and consensus as political ideals’, American Journal of Political Science, 50(3): 634–649.
Fehr A., Thurmann P., and Razum O. (2006), ‘Drug development for neglected diseases: a public health challenge’, Tropical Medicine and International Health, 11(9): 1335–1338.
Fidler D. (2004), ‘Germs, norms and power: Global health's political revolution’, Law, Social Justice and Global Development, 1: 1–12.
Foucault M. (2000), ‘Governmentality’, in Faubion J.D. (ed.), M. Foucault, Power, the Essential Works, Vol. 3, London: Allen Lane/Penguin Press.
Fraser N. (2003), ‘From discipline to flexibilization? Rereading Foucault in the shadow of globalization’, Constellations, 10(2): 161–171.
Friedland R. and Alford R. (1991), ‘Bringing Society Back In: Symbols, Practices, and Institutional Contradictions’, in Powell W. and DiMaggio P. (eds.), The New Institutionalism in Organizational Analysis, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Giddens A. (1990), The Consequences of Modernity, Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
Halabi Y. (2004), ‘The expansion of global governance into the Third World: Altruism, realism, and constructivism’, International Studies Review, 6(1):21–48.
Hay C. (2002), Political Analysis: A Critical Introduction, Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
Keohane R.O. (2001), ‘Governance in a partially globalized world’, American Political Science Review, 95(1): 1–13.
Kohlmorgen L. (2006), The Role of Southern Actors in Global Health Governance: Access to Medicines and the Fight Against HIV/AIDS, Hamburg: German Overseas Institute.
Kooiman J. (2003), Governing as Governance, London: Sage.
Marsh D. and Smith M. (2000), ‘Understanding policy networks: towards a dialectical approach’, Political Studies, 48:4–21.
Martens J. (2003), The Future of Multilateralism after Monterrey and Johannesburg: Dialogue on Globalization, Occasional Papers, No. 10, Berlin: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.
Martens J. (2007), Multistakeholder Partnerships: Future Models of Multilateralism? Berlin: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.
Miller P. and Rose N. (1992), ‘Political power beyond the state: problematics of government’, British Journal of Sociology, 43(2): 173–205.
Moran M., Ropars A.L., Guzman J., Diaz J. and Garrison C. (2005), The New Landscape for Neglected Disease Drug Development, London: The London School of Economics and Political Science and The Wellcome Trust.
Mrazek M. and Mossialos E. (2003), ‘Stimulating pharmaceutical research and development for neglected diseases’, Health Policy, 64(1): 75–88.
Reich M. (2000), ‘Public–private partnership for public health’, Nature Medicine, 6(6): 617–620.
Reinicke W.H. and Deng F. (2000), Critical Choices: The United Nations, Networks, and the Future of Global Governance, Ottawa: International Development Research Centre.
Risse T. (2007), ‘Social constructivism meets globalization’, in Held D. and McGrew A. (eds.), Globalization Theory: Approaches and Controversies, Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
Rose N. (1999), Powers of Freedom: Reframing Political Thought, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Scharpf F. (1997), Games Real Actors Play: Actor-Centered Institutionalism in Policy Research, Boulder: Westview.
Sending O.J. and Neumann I.B. (2006), ‘Governance to governmentality: analyzing NGOs, States, and power’, International Studies Quarterly, 50: 651–672.
Sorenson E. and Torfing J. (2003), ‘Network politics, political capital, and democracy’, International Journal of Public Administration, 26(6):609–634.
Trouiller P., Olliaro P., Torreele E., Orbinski J., Laing R., and Ford N. (2002), ‘Drug development for neglected diseases: a deficient market and a public health policy failure’, Lancet, 359: 2188–2194.
Tucker T.J. and Makgoba M.W. (2008), ‘Public–private partnerships and scientific imperialism’, Science, 320(5879): 1016–1017.
Widdus R. (2003), ‘Public–private partnerships for health require thoughtful evaluation’, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 81(4): 235.
Witte J.M., Reinicke W., and Benner T. (2000), ‘Beyond global public policy networks’, Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft, 2:176–188.
WHO (2007), ‘Report on the Global Partners’ Meeting on Neglected Tropical Diseases’, Geneva: World Health Organization.
Yamey G. (2002), ‘The world’s most neglected diseases’, British Medical Journal, 325:176–177.