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Kristina Jönsson

Kristina Jönsson

Docent | Universitetslektor | Projektkoordinator CEC

Kristina Jönsson

Health policy processes in Asian transitional economies


  • Gerald Bloom
  • Lijie Fang
  • Kristina Jönsson
  • Chean Rithy Men
  • Bounfeng Phoummalaysith
  • Anonh Xeuatvongsa
  • Yunping Wang
  • Hongwen Zhao


  • Bruno Meessen
  • Xiaowen Pei
  • Bart Criel
  • Gerald Bloom

Summary, in English

This paper draws on studies of current knowledge on health policy processes in Cambodia, China and Lao PDR by a number of researchers in the POVILL Consortium. They are based on reviews of international and national literature and of policy documents, interviews with key informants and preliminary findings of small studies in a selection of rural localities. It explores why policy makers have become increasingly interested in strategies for helping household cope when a family member develop serious illness and the reason for their preference for demand-side approaches. It looks at, amongst other things, the influence of policy networks and stakeholder interests on policy formulation. It then explores factors that affect implementation. It concludes with a discussion of the questions that ongoing field studies are addressing.


  • Centrum för öst- och sydöstasienstudier
  • Statsvetenskapliga institutionen






Health and Social Protection: Experiences from China, Cambodia and Lao PDR


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Antwerp: Institute of Tropical Medicine


  • Political Science
  • Other Social Sciences