Rebecca Hanlin

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Chataway, J., Brusoni, S., Cacciatori, E., Hanlin, R., & Orsenigo, L. (2007). The International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) in a changing landscape of vaccine development: A public/private partnership as knowledge broker and integrator. European Journal Of Development Research, 19(1), 100-117, . Retrieved from
Kale, D., Hanlin, R., & Chataway, J. (2013). New drugs and health technologies for low-income populations: will the private sector meet the needs of low-income populations in developing countries?. Innovation And Development, 3(1), 121-137, . Retrieved from
Chataway, J., Chaturvedi, K., Hanlin, R., Mugwagwa, J., Smith, J., & Wield, D. (2007). Technological Trends and Opportunities to Combat Diseases of the Poor in Africa: A Background Policy Paper prepared for NEPAD in advance of the AMCOST meeting and the African Union Summit. UK: The New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD). Retrieved from
Kaplinsky, R., Chataway, J., Hanlin, R., Clark, N., Kale, D., Muraguri, L., et al. (2009). Below the radar: What does innovation in emerging economies have to offer other low-income economies?. International Journal Of Technology Management And Sustainable Development, 8(3), 177-197, . Retrieved from,id=9136/
Chataway, J., Chaturvedi, K., Hanlin, R., Mugwagwa, J., Smith, J., & Wield, D. (2009). Building the case for systems of health innovation in Africa. In Science, Technology and Innovation for Public Health in Africa (pp. 7-52, ). Pretoria, Republic of South Africa: NEPAD Office of Science and Technology. Retrieved from
Marjanovic, S., Hanlin, R., Diepeveen, S., & Chataway, J. (2012). Research capacity building in Africa: networks, institutions and local ownership. Journal Of International Development, innog, research_centre+. Retrieved from
Chataway, J., & Hanlin, R. (2008). Sustainable (vaccine) development: the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) and capacity building. In Health Partnerships Review (pp. 43-46, ). Geneva: Global Forum for Health Research. Retrieved from
Mugwagwa, J., Hanlin, R., Chataway, J., & Muraguri, L. (2013). The Role of the Product Development Partnership as a Translational Mechanism for Delivering Health Solutions in Low-Resource Settings. In Translational Medicine: The Future of Therapy (pp. 233-256, ). Pan Stanford Publishing Pte. Ltd. Retrieved from
Chataway, J., Hanlin, R., Mugwagwa, J., & Muraguri, L. (2010). Global health social technologies: reflections on evolving theories and landscapes. Research Policy, 39(10), 1277-1288, . Retrieved from
Mugwagwa, J., Hanlin, R., Iluyemi, A., Chataway, J., Wield, D., & Smith, J. (2010). Systems of health innovation in Africa: policy lessons from home and abroad. Second Science with Africa Conference. Retrieved from