Michael Stevenson received his Ph.D. in Global Governance from the University of Waterloo through the BSIA. His doctoral research examined the agency of the Rockefeller and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundations in the governance of global health and agricultural development. His current focus in on governance innovation focused on meeting the health needs of historically marginalized populations, and the implications of the rise of private authority in domains long associated exclusively with state stewardship. Prior to returning to academia, Michael worked as a Senior Policy Analyst within the British Columbia Ministry of Health Services.
- .2016 (In press). "Oral history to chronicle high-level decision-making within corporations".Researching corporations and global health governance: An interdisciplinary guide.In Hawkins, B. & Lee, K., eds.London: Rowman & Littlefield International.
- .2016. "The Entrenchment of the Public-Private Partnership Paradigm in Global Health Governance".Case Studies on Corporations and Global Health Governance: Impacts, Influence and Accountability.In Nora Kenworthy; Ross MaKenzie and Kelley Lee, eds.London: Rowman & Littlefield International.
- .2016. "Geneva–Seattle collaboration in support of developing country vaccine manufacturing".Global Public Health.
- .2016. "PATH: pioneering innovation for global health at the public–private interface".Third World Quarterly.
- .2015. "The Relevance of the Public-Private Partnership Paradigm to the Prevention of Diet-Associated Non-Communicable Diseases in Wealthy Countries".Global Public Health.10(8): 930-946.
- .2014. "Health Security and the Distortion of the Global Health Agenda".In Simon Rushton and Jeremy Youde eds. New York: Routledge: 328-338.
- .2014. "Partnerships and the MDGs: Challenges of Reforming Global Health Governance".In Garrett Brown Gavin Yamey and Sarah Wamala eds. Hoboken NJ: Wiley-Blackwell: 519-535.
- .2014. "Public-Private Partnering in Natural Resource Extraction".Global Environmental Politics.14(3): 139-145.
- .2013. "Illumination and Innovation: What Philanthropic Foundations Bring to Global Health Governance".Global Society.27(2): 117-137.
- .2010. "Framing Anthropogenic Environmental Change in Public Health Terms".Global Environmental Politics.10(1): 152-157.
- .2009. "Overcoming Constraints of State Sovereignty: Global Health Governance in Asia".Third World Quarterly.30(7): 1379-1394.
- .2009. "Critical Cases in Global Health: Challenge, Response and Innovation".In Andrew F Cooper and John J Kirton eds. Surrey England: Ashgate: 3-20.