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William Muraskin

Roy Widdus; the Bill and Melinda Gates’ Children's Vaccine Programme 3 led by Mark Kane and James Maynard; the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization 4 created by Mark Kane, Tore Godal, Jacques-Francois Martin, Steve Landry and Amy Bateson; the Rockefeller Foundation's Public–Private Partnership project 5 single-handedly championed by Ariel Pablos-Mendez (with the support of Timothy Evans) – many of which were ultimately adopted by

in The politics of vaccination
Britta Lundgren and Martin Holmberg

was brought forward, mainly by Danish authorities, with discussions starting in 2000. In June 2005, the Nordic council of ministers decided to investigate the possibility of joint production of influenza vaccine for the Nordic region. A working group reported in November on two possible models, one with publicly controlled production and one with a public-private partnership (PPP). This was followed up by an investigation by Statens Serum

in The politics of vaccination