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Bacteria without Borders: Communicable Disease Politics in Europe–Scott L. Greer and Margitta Mätzke
Protecting Europe from Diseases: From the International Sanitary Conferences to the ECDC–Marco Liverani and Richard Coker
Mapping Communicable Disease Control in the European Union–Heather A. Elliott, David K. Jones, and Scott L. Greer
Variation Matters: Epidemiological Surveillance in Europe–Ralf Reintjes
The Role of the European Court of Justice in the Europeanization of Communicable Disease Control: Driver or Irrelevance?–Tamara Hervey
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control: Hub or Hollow Core?–Scott L. Greer
Agricultural Policy, Food Policy, and Communicable Disease Policy–Wyn Grant
The Europeanization of Public Health: How Does It Work? The Seminal Role of the AIDS Case–Monika Steffen
Public Health Policy and Law for Pandemic Influenza: A Case for European Harmonization?–Robyn Martin and Alexandra Conseil
Institutional Resources for Communicable Disease Control in Europe: Diversity across Time and Place–Margitta Mätzke
The Role of Networks in the European Union Public Health Experience–Peter D. Jacobson
Public Health in a Transnational Context: Explaining Europe's Role–Rosemary C. R. Taylor
The Governance of Disease Control in Europe–Daniel M. Fox
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