A collection of writings by leading experts and newer researchers on the SARS outbreak and its relation to infectious disease management in progressively global and urban societies.Presents original contributions by scholars from seven countries on four continentsConnects newer thinking on global cities, networks, and governance in a post-national era of public health regulations and neo-liberalization of state servicesProvides an important contribution to the global public debate on the challenges of emerging infectious disease in citiesExamines the impact of globalization on future infectious disease threats on international and local politics and cultureFocuses on the ways pathogens interact with economic, political and social factors, ultimately presenting a threat to human development and global citiesEmploys an interdisciplinary approach to the SARS epidemic, clearly demonstrating the value of social scientific perspectives on the study of modern disease in a globalized world

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