Health and Social Effects of Worldwide Economic Transformation: Focus on Occupational and Environmental Health
Barry Levy documents the dire implications of global economic transformation for environmental and occupational health. He likens these developments to a global embrace of a value system antithetical to public health while substituting the concept of preventing morbidity and mortality with the battlefield concept of”acceptable losses.” Levy’s suggestions for turning the tide are compelling in that they proceed from the assumption of a globally defined public.
economy, global; developing countries; occupational health and safety international
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 22, No. 4 (1995): 77-84