Authors

  • Susan Finston President, Finston Consulting LLC
  • Nigel Thompson Vice Chairman, Princeton Capital Advisors

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5912/jcb971

Abstract

In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the European Commission (EC) provided inclusive leadership, working as a team including EU member (national) officials, biopharmaceutical industry, NGOs, academic researchers and frontline health care personnel – acting with unprecedented collaboration and cohesion.  The emergence in early 2020 of the greatest public health threat in a century required new approaches and new collaborations. While the United States failed to provide leadership, the EU did not disappoint.

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