Chapter 2, contributed by Ranson, Beaglehole, Correa, Mirza, Buse and Drager, addresses "the public health implications of multilateral trade agreements." Chapter 3, titled
"Globalisation and multilateral public-private health partnerships: issues for health policy," has been contributed by Buse and Walt, whereas chapter 4, contributed by Brugha and Zwi, asks questions for evidence in favor of "global approaches to private sector provision." Chapter 5, titled
"Regulation in the context of global health markets," has been contributed by Kumaranayake and Lake, and chapter 6, titled
"Global policy networks: the propagation of health care financing reform since the 1980s," has been contributed by Lee and Goodman.
When the planned sale of the relinquished property fell through, but the seller of the replacement property insisted on closing that leg of the exchange, the taxpayer closed on the replacement property and titled
it in the accommodator's name.