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Title:Special issue: the political economy of HIV
Editors:Johnston, DeborahISNI
Deane, Kevin
Rizzo, MatteoISNI
Periodical:Review of African Political Economy (ISSN 0305-6244)
City of publisher:Abingdon
Geographic terms:Africa
political economy
health care
External link:https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/crea20/42/145
Abstract:This special issue of the 'Review of African political economy' is devoted to the political economy of HIV. Contributions: The political economy of HIV (Deborah Johnston, Kevin Deane, Matteo Rizzo); Trapped in the prison of the proximate: structural HIV/AIDS prevention in southern Africa (Bridget O'Laughlin); The political economy of concurrent partners: toward a history of sex-love-gift connections in the time of AIDS (Mark Hunter); Wealthy and healthy? New evidence on the relationship between wealth and HIV vulnerability in Tanzania (Danya Long, Kevin Deane); Paying the price of HIV in Africa: cash transfers and the depoliticisation of HIV risk (Deborah Johnston); Exploring the complexity of microfinance and HIV in fishing communities on the shores of Lake Malawi (Eleanor MacPherson, John Sadalaki, Victoria Nyongopa, Lawrence Nkhwazi, Mackwellings Phiri, Alinafe Chimphonda, Nicola Desmond, Victor Mwapasa, David G. Lalloo, Janet Seeley, Sally Theobald); Revisiting the economics of transactional sex: evidence from Tanzania (Kevin Deane, Joyce Wamoyi); The key questions in the AIDS epidemic in 2015 (Alan Whiteside); 15 years of 'War on AIDS': what impact has the global HIV/AIDS response had on the political economy of Africa? (Sophie Harman); Breaking out of silos - the need for critical paradigm reflection in HIV prevention (Justin O. Parkhurst, Moritz Hunsmann); Microfinance and HIV prevention (Janet Seeley). [ASC Leiden abstract]