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Futurology and Conclusions

  • Kiarash Aramesh
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Part of the Advancing Global Bioethics book series (AGBIO, volume 15)

Abstract

This chapter provides a conclusive picture of the suggested ethical framework for Global Governance for Health Research. The final chapter of this book examines the trends and possible developments in the future, along with the existing and potential threats and promises in the realm of Global Governance for Health Research. The sixth chapter also includes some suggestions for future research. This chapter includes a brief analysis of the recently emerged challenge of Neoliberalism, populistic isolationism, and protectionism in developed countries. It ends with providing some practical and ethical recommendations and suggestions for future research.

Keywords

Futurology Neoliberalism Populistic isolationism Respect for cultural diversity Integrated approach to health 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kiarash Aramesh
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  1. 1.Edinboro University of PennsylvaniaEdinboroUSA

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