9 Jul 2020

Making prudent investments in the health of the world’s population can dramatically improve people’s quality of life, protect against downside risks such as pandemics, and lead to large economic returns from increased output and productivity, write Jaana Remes, Martin Dewhurst and Jonathan Woetzel in Harvard Business Review.

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